Dr. No Bond Girls
Goldfinger Bond Girls
Thunderball Bond Girls
You Only Live Twice Bond Girls
On Her Majesty's Secret Service Bond Girls
Diamonds Are Forever Bond Girls
Live and Let Die Bond Girls
The Man With The Golden Gun Bond Girls
The Spy Who Loved Me Bond Girls
For Your Eyes Only Bond Girls
Moonraker Bond Girls
Octopussy Bond Girls
The Living Daylights Bond Girls
A View To A Kill Bond Girls
Licence To Kill Bond Girls
GoldenEye Bond Girls
Tomorrow Never Dies Bond Girls
The World Is Not Enough Bond Girls
Die Another Day Bond Girls
Casino Royale Bond Girls
Quantum of Solace Bond Girls
What is a Bond film without a Bond girl?
James Bond 007 Movies are great for a lot of reasons; cars, villains, gadgets, and guns. The most important aspect of any Bond movie is of course the Bond Girls. The Bond movies would not be as successful without those notable Bond Girls, some of which have the double entendres names. Bond Girls are the love interest and sex symbol that at first battles against Bond’s advances and then excitingly gives in to those advances. James Bond is not into long term relationships and there for each movie (and even mission) he is able to fall in love with a new girl. Bond Girls are often love interests, sex objects and even victims rescued by Bond, the villain, or another ally, most Bond Girls play a pivotal role in the movie while others are just there for eye candy because they have no direct impact on the mission. Even still some films have an entourage of women acting as Bond Girls a group of women used strictly for the eye candy of the movie.
There are many beautiful women who have played Bond Girls and here a few notable characters from each James Bond movie:
DR. NO (1962) – Sean Connery as James Bond
Ursula Andress as Honey Rider Eunice Gayson as Sylvia Trench Zena Marshall as Miss Taro
FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (1963) – Sean Connery as James Bond
Daniela Bianchi as Tatiana Romanova Eunice Gayson as Sylvia Trench Aliza Gur as Vida Martine Beswick as Zora
GOLDFINGER (1964) – Sean Connery as James Bond
Shirley Eaton as Jill Masterton Tania Mallet as Tilly Masterton Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore Nadja Regin as Bonita Margaret Nolan as Dink
THUNDERBALL (1965) – Sean Connery as James Bond
Claudine Auger as Domino Derval Luciana Paluzzi as Fiona Volpe Molly Peters as Patricia Fearing Martine Beswick as Paula Caplan Maryse Guy Mitsouko as Mlle. La Porte
YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (1967) – Sean Connery as James Bond
Akiko Wakabayashi as Aki Mie Hama as Kissy Suzuki Tsai Chin as Ling Karin Dor as Helga Brandt
ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE (1969) – George Lazenby as James Bond
Diana Rigg as Teresa di Vicenzo Catherina von Schell as Nancy Angela Scoular as Ruby Bartlett
DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (1971) – Sean Connery as James Bond
Jill St. John as Tiffany Case Lana Wood as Plenty O'Toole Denise Perrier as Marie Lola Larson as Bambi Trina Parks as Thumper
LIVE AND LET DIE (1973) – Roger Moore as James Bond
Jane Seymour as Solitaire Gloria Hendry as Rosie Carver Madeline Smith as Miss Caruso
THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (1974) – Roger Moore as James Bond
Britt Ekland as Mary Goodnight Maud Adams as Andrea Anders Carmen Sautoy as Saida
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1977) – Roger Moore as James Bond
Barbara Bach as Anya Amasova (Agent XXX) Caroline Munro as Naomi Sue Vanner as Log Cabin Girl Olga Bisera as Felicca
MOONRAKER (1979) – Roger Moore as James Bond
Lois Chiles as Holly Goodhead Corinne Clery as Corinne Dufour Emily Bolton as Manuela Leila Shenna as Hostess Private Jet
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (1981) – Roger Moore as James Bond
Carole Bouquet as Melina Havelock Cassandra Harris as Countess Lisl von Schlaf Lynn-Holly Johnson as Bibi Dahl
OCTOPUSSY (1983) – Roger Moore as James Bond
Maud Adams as Octopussy Kristina Wayborn as Magda Michaela Clavell as Penelope Smallbone Tina Hudson as Bianca
A VIEW TO A KILL (1985) – Roger Moore as James Bond
Tanya Roberts as Stacey Sutton Grace Jones as May Day Fiona Fullerton as Pola Ivanova Mary Stavin as Kimberley Jones Alison Doody as Jenny Flex
Papillon Soo Soo as Pan Ho
THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS (1987) – Timothy Dalton as James Bond
Maryam d'Abo as Kara Milovy Virginia Hey as Rubavitch Julie T. Wallace as Rosika Miklos Kell Tyler as Linda
LICENCE TO KILL (1989) – Timothy Dalton as James Bond
Talisa Soto as Lupe Lamora Carey Lowell as Pam Bouvier Priscilla Barnes as Della Churchill Diana Lee-Hsu as Loti
GOLDENEYE (1995) – Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
Izabella Scorupco as Natalya Simonova Famke Janssen as Xenia Onatopp Serena Gordon as Caroline Minnie Driver as Irina
TOMORROW NEVER DIES (1997) – Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
Teri Hatcher as Paris Carver Michelle Yeoh as Wai Lin Cecilie Thomsen as Prof. Inga Bergstrom
THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH (1999) – Pierce Brosnan
Sophie Marceau as Elektra King Denise Richards as Dr. Christmas Jones Serena Scott Thomas as Dr. Molly Warmflash Maria Grazia Cucinotta as Giulietta da Vinci
DIE ANOTHER DAY (2002) – Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
HalleBerry as Giacinta "Jinx" Johnson Rosamund Pike as Miranda Frost Rachel Grant as "Peaceful Fountains of Desire"
CASINO ROYALE (2006) – Daniel Craig as James Bond
Eva Green as Vesper Lynd Caterina Murino as Solange Dimitrios Ivana Miličević as Valenka
QUANTUM OF SOLACE (2008) – Daniel Craig as James Bond
Olga Kurylenko as Camille Montes Gemma Arterton as Strawberry Fields
Sexy Bond Girls make the James Bond 007 Movies that much more exciting with their interesting names and looks only second of course to James Bond himself.
Notable mention goes to Jane Moneypenny. Miss Moneypenny is the secretary of M James Bond’s boss. Although Miss Moneypenny is not a Bond Girl and has very small roles in most of the movies there is a great deal of sexual tension between the two of them that is truly important to the series. Miss Moneypenny has been played by three different actresses; Lois Maxwell, Caroline Bliss and Samantha Bond.
Lois Maxwell plays Miss Moneypenny in; Dr. No, From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy and A View to a Kill. Caroline Bliss plays Miss Moneypenny in; The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill. Samantha Bond plays Miss Moneypenny in; GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day.
The Bond Girls: An Appreciation
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on March 02, 2020:
Never say never again 1983 and Barbara Carrera portrayed Fatima Blush.
A dangerous Lady with a flair for the zany antics in Bond genre.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on March 02, 2020:
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on February 08, 2020:
On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Bond enjoyed the company of a bevy of beautiful Ladies !
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on February 07, 2020:
Publicity 'still' of Halle Berry on her 53rd birthday. WOW !
Gadfly from Olde London Towne on April 29, 2019:
Initially his missions were plausible considering the 'cold war' was in news however the plots started to get 'far fetched' by the fact that too many meglomaniacs were being challenged by just James Bond himself.
Gadfly from Olde London Towne on April 27, 2019:
Glamorous English actress Honor Blackman was not a Lady to be trifled with.
Limpet on April 27, 2019:
For exquisite Ladies of absolutely charismatic beauty look no further than the 1960's Bond 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'.
Gadfly from Olde London Towne on April 26, 2019:
The latest bevy of beauties for the next 'up and coming' Bondage movie have been selected. Four ladies each from diverse backgrounds are to appear. I'm inclined to think the producers want to tone down the sexism aspect this time around.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on March 16, 2019:
Leila Guiraut went on to become the ubiquitous belly dancer for a number of Hollywood releases during the 1960's.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on March 15, 2019:
I'll rate the glamorous English actress Honor Blackman as not only fascinating in her role but also very convincing in the murky world of espionage.
Gadfly from Olde London Towne on March 13, 2019:
Leila Guiraut who was the belly dancer in From Russia with love. So sensuous and with her lithe figure i'll wager men and boys alike phantasised about her.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on October 15, 2018:
Not so the Bond girl genre, but the 'all girl' pilots of Pussey Galore's flying circus do rate a mention.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on May 12, 2018:
Whilst the 'cat fight' sequence in the gypsy camp (From Russia with love) was choreographed and filmed over one week to capture the realism, glamorous English actress Honor Blackman (Goldfinger) already knew judo and performed her martial arts skill in the one take.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on May 10, 2018:
Let us give Dame Shirley Bassey a mention for her opening song for Goldfinger, Diamonds are forever and Moonraker.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on April 26, 2018:
Yes, as information analysts, couriers, asset controllers and HONEYTRAPS.
Gadfly on April 26, 2018:
Women may also have been recruited as 'spooks' after joining a branch of the armed forces. After full training they could be noticed and selected for work in counter espionage or counter revolutionary warfare.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on April 25, 2018:
I also am trying to figure out who the current M in the Bond series is actually based on. She'd obviously had a background in counter espionage but very little of her personal background is revealed. Most likely to be heterosexual as in those days lesbians if found out would be let go of due to compromising their mission.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on November 15, 2017:
It must have been quite distracting on the filming 'set' with this bevy of beauties !
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on September 27, 2016:
Hard to imagine Bond having a 'live in' housekeeper. Perhaps he had a 'mother complex', a man of his calibre would be more suited to a manservant as does his boss M. M retains a valet at his residence who happened to be his steward during Navy service. The valet Hammond is mentioned in at least two of the novels.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on September 26, 2016:
And the other lady, Dame Shirley Bassey who sang the title songs for Goldfinger, Diamonds are forever and Moonraker.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on September 26, 2016:
Two little known women close to Bond are namely; May Maxwell (no relation to Miss Moneypenny portrayed by Lois Maxwell). May is the semi retired housekeeper who is a 'live in' domestic at the luxurios Mayfair apartment where Bond resides whilst not on missions away.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on September 23, 2016:
Continuing with the lovers & protagonists in the Bondage genre, the first film produced that was not a Fleming novel to the best of my knowledge was the 1983 Never say never again. The bad lady in this mission was the startlingly beautiful Fatima Blush portrayed by a sultry Barbara Carrera.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on September 22, 2016:
Correction; Vesper Lynd is the proper spelling of her name. The meaning of Vesper derives from the Latin word for night as she was reputed to have been born on a tempestuous night. Vesper was portrayed by the buxom Swiss sensation Ursula Andress (undress) in the 1967 version of Casino Royale.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on September 16, 2016:
Bond author Fleming actually had a penchant for fighting females probably from his wartime days when many in the Women's Services learnt unarmed combat. This stands out in From Russia with love with the gypsy cat fight in their Romany encampment then judo throwing, karate chopping Pussey Galore in Goldfinger. Bambi and Thumper in Diamonds are forevever, May Day in a view to a kill. Not sure whether Kissy Suzuki did karate in You only live twice or Irma Bunt was a woman wrestler in Her Majesty's secret service. The 1972 Man with the golden gun featured a bevy of demure Chinese giving the thugs are thorough trouncing with kung fu.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on April 15, 2016:
Must make a mention now on the very first lady to start the genre. The tempestuous Mexican beauty, Linda Christian appeared opposite Barry Nelson's Bond in a 1954 television special adaptation of Fleming's Casino Royale. As the production was modified to suit American viewers in the main Miss Christian portrayed Valerie Mathis as opposed to Vesper Lynde.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on December 02, 2015:
The leading ladies of the Bond franchise needed to be 'unattainable' to average males to prove that Bond could use his virile masculinity to charm their 'feminine wiles. I'll stand by previous posting that glamorous English actress Honor Blackman arguably being the best for eloquence, assertiveness and presence. Grace Jones for her outrageous style, mystique and nonchalance. But i gotta admit that Hollywood actress Jill St John was absolutely perfect for sensuality in Diamonds.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on September 19, 2014:
No arguement here on Honor Blackman's roles both as an Avenger Lady and in this case the Boss Lady of an 'all girl' aviatrix team.
Miss Blackman oozes charm, allure and self confidence at a time of probably the highlite of her career albeit continuing to act.
Grace Jones exhibited a totally bizarre opening in From a view to a kill, not only beating up a males opponent but skydiving from the Eiffel tower in the same take. 'Good show' to both of these lethal ladies.
Ian Stuart Robertson from London England on April 10, 2014:
Don't like the terminology Bond girl!
These are all mature adult Women of
whom i have personaly meet three at
various Bond memorabilia events.
Little bit of respect please chaps!
Triplet Mom (author) from West Coast on October 16, 2011:
joshrandal - I had heard that too some years back!
joshrandal on October 16, 2011:
I agree, the puns are great. the bond girl names are clever jokes,but if you want a even better joke that I learned a few years back is that Honey Ryder is actually a Bond Man. just thought that would be some history to through in to the mix for 007 fans.
megastarchiru on September 07, 2011:
Really nice post, thanks
Phone Sex on August 08, 2011:
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Triplet Mom (author) from West Coast on August 06, 2011:
Thanks Phone Sex!!
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Triplet Mom (author) from West Coast on August 05, 2011:
I love the names too Matt. They are hilarious!
UltimateMovieRankings from Virginia on August 05, 2011:
Great Bond hub.
Matt Kindelmann on August 04, 2011:
The names are great!
princess on December 23, 2010:
I love Caroline because when I have a dress up fashion show,I dressed as Caroline but before then,my sis picked up a princess costume.
Jamesbondfan554332 on December 23, 2010:
I love Bond Girls.My favorite one is Wai Lin because reminds me while we have a "dress up" fashion show and I dress like her.My sis dresses as a princess and then 2457 people said I dress up nice.
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Triplet Mom (author) from West Coast on July 14, 2010:
Dobson - Thanks for the comments....these women definitely made the Bond films memorable for most!
Dobson from Virginia on July 14, 2010:
I have seen all the James Bond movies multiple times and never tire of watching them. These ladies were oh so beautiful and made the male in me quite excited to watch James Bong ply his ways. Thanks for the trip through my memory!
melk bridget on June 04, 2010:
Though, a lord with delight.you have being sending my soul 2 D endless abyss of wonder when watching your science fiction movies.AMID D VOID SHALL RISE D LUMEN.RIDE ON MY LORD!
Triplet Mom (author) from West Coast on March 21, 2010:
Thank you My Odyssey!
My Odyssey from Somerset, Kentucky on March 21, 2010:
I love this Hub!
Triplet Mom (author) from West Coast on January 11, 2010:
Thank you very much yenajeon. I cannot wait to see who the next bond girl will be!
Yena Williams from California on January 11, 2010:
i love this hub! Plus i've been obsessively watching bond movies for so long, its such a cute tribute to those sexy girls!
Triplet Mom (author) from West Coast on November 30, 2008:
Thank you Moon Daisy. I found it interesting too checking out all of the girls because like you said some are familiar. A few I was surprised by to say the least.
Moon Daisy from London on November 29, 2008:
That's a very cool hub! There have sure been lots of Bond girls over the years, and looking at the photos, there are some actresses there who I know from other things, who I didn't realise were Bond girls.
For example, I remember Madeline Smith from a funny show called Eureka that used to be on UK TV when I was little, Maryam D'arbo I recall from the film L'Enfer and Julie T. Wallace is a British actress who has been in lots of TV series here. So I've learnt a few things, thanks!