The Bond Girls Of The '60s and '70s: Who Was Your Favorite Femme Fatale?

By | October 20, 2017

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Left: Claudine Auger as 'Dominique 'Domino' Derval ' in 'Thunderball', 1965. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images) Right: Margaret Nolan, Sean Connery and Honor Blackman on the poster for Dr. No. Source:

Spy movies are great fun, dashing leading men are a plus, but many would say the charm of the 007 series can be summed up in two words: Bond Girls. The 1960s got the ball rolling with Ursula Andress, Daniela Bianchi, Honor Blackman, and Claudine Auger in Dr. No (1962), From Russia With Love (1963),  Goldfinger (1964), and Thunderball (1965).The tradition only continued through the late '60s and the 1970s as well. Who are your favorite Bond Girls? Which are the ones you grew up admiring? Here's a look at the legendary beauties who made James bond's job to treacherous and yet so rewarding as well. 

Ursula Andress As Honey Ryder

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Ursula Andress and Sean Connery in 'Dr. No.' Source: IMDB

Ursula Andress is the first Bond Girl, and many fans consider her the best. She certainly set the pace, and the temperature, for those who followed. Portraying the character Honey Ryder, Andress made Bond Beauty history the moment she stepped out of the ocean in 1962’s Dr. No in that famous white bikini