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List of All James Bond Girls - Part 2

Summary

The complete list of all James Bond girls in chronological order, from over 50 years of the James Bond series. From Honey Ryder in Dr. No through to Sévérine in Skyfall, learn about all the iconic Bond girls in one place. A Bond girl is a love interest or flirtation of Bonds, of which there have been 75 so far.

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#16 Mademoiselle La Porte

Bond Girl Mademoiselle La Porte
Actress:Maryse Guy Mitsouko
Nationality:French
Bond Movie:Thunderball (1965)

Synopsis:

Mlle. La Porte was Bond's French liaison during his attendance of SPECTRE agent Jacques Bouvar's funeral. She informs Bond that Bouvar passed away in his sleep, and as the two leave the funeral she ends with "Is there anything else our French station can do for Monsieur Bond?", to which Bond replies, "Later, perhaps."

#17 Kissy Suzuki

Bond Girl Kissy Suzuki
Actress:Mie Hama
Nationality:Japanese
Bond Movie:You Only Live Twice (1967)

Synopsis:

Kissy Suzuki was a ninja working for the head of the Japanese secret service, Tiger Tanaka. She had a mock wedding with James Bond, who underwent surgery to disguise himself as a Japanese fisherman, so that the pair could explore a quiet village without being noticed.

#18 Aki

Bond Girl Aki
Actress:Akiko Wakabayashi
Nationality:Japanese
Bond Movie:You Only Live Twice (1967)

Synopsis:

Aki was a senior agent of the Japanese secret service, working directly under its leader Tiger Tanaka. She was confident and independent, and tricked Bond into walking over a trap door, which catapulted him down a steel slide leading to Tanaka's office. She drove a Toyota 2000GT and saved Bond's life on many occasions. Mid way though the film, an assassin tried to poison Bond, but Aki was poisoned by mistake.

#19 Ling

Bond Girl Ling
Actress:Tsai Chin
Nationality:Chinese
Bond Movie:You Only Live Twice (1967)

Synopsis:

In the opening scenes of the film, Bond is shown in bed with Ling, as the two discuss why Chinese girls taste different from all other girls. Ling gets up and presses a button that rockets the bed upwards into the wall, and two gunmen enter the room to kill Bond. It is later revealed to the audience that Ling was helping to stage Bond's death in order to keep his enemies off his back.

#20 Helga Brandt

Bond Girl Helga Brandt
Actress:Karin Dor
Nationality:German
Bond Movie:You Only Live Twice (1967)

Synopsis:

Helga Brandt was a SPECTRE henchwoman who pretended to fall in love with Bond and switch to his side, only to try and kill him the next morning. For failing to kill Bond, Brandt is killed by head of SPECTRE Blofeld, who drops her into a pool of piranha fish. Helga Brandt was very similar to prior Bond girl Fiona Volpe, as the producers tried to replicate their prior success.

#21 Teresa di Vicenzo

Bond Girl Tracy di Vicenzo
Actress:Diana Rigg
Nationality:English
Bond Movie:On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)

Synopsis:

Contessa Teresa di Vicenzo was the most important girl in Bond's life, becoming Mrs Tracy Bond by the end of the film. Starting out troubled and suicidal, Tracy was rescued by Bond, who gradually fell in love with her. At their wedding, Bond vowed that they would have all the time in the world together. In a tragic twist of irony, Tracy was assassinated by Ernst Stavro Blofeld as the pair were stopped at a roadside to remove the flowers from their car.

#22 Ruby Bartlett

Bond Girl Ruby Bartlett
Actress:Angela Scoular
Nationality:English
Bond Movie:On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)

Synopsis:

Ruby Bartlett was one of the "angels of death" at Blofeld's swiss clinic. She had been brought there to cure a chicken allergy, but was in fact being hypnotized by Blofeld as part of a plot to spread a crop virus around the country. When she first met Bond, disguised as Sir Hillary Bray, she discreetly wrote her room number in lipstick on his thigh, so that he could meet her later that night.

#23 Nancy

Bond Girl Nancy
Actress:Catherine Schell
Nationality:Hungarian
Bond Movie:On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)

Synopsis:

After sneaking into Ruby Bartlett's room in the swiss clinic, Bond had returned to his own room. He said to himself in the mirror, "Hilly, you old devil", before noticing that another patient, Nancy, had snook into his room. Being the only man in the clinic, Bond had attracted the fancy of several of the girls.

#24 Tiffany Case

Bond Girl Tiffany Case
Actress:Jill St. John
Nationality:American
Bond Movie:Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Synopsis:

Tiffany Case was a diamond smuggler in part of a pipeline of smugglers that ultimately ended at Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Courier Peter Franks was supposed to pass the diamonds to Tiffany, but Bond intercepted and impersonated Franks, and managed to take the diamonds for himself. Bond's involvement saved Tiffany being murdered, and she eventually switched to Bond's allegiance.

#25 Plenty O'Toole

Bond Girl Plenty O'Toole
Actress:Lana Wood
Nationality:American
Bond Movie:Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Synopsis:

Plenty O'Toole was a gold digger from Las Vegas. She helped a man gamble at the craps table, but when he lost all of his money, she lost interest. She turned to leave, but went back after hearing James Bond ask for $10,000 in chips. She helped Bond play craps, and after winning $50,000, she went back to Bond's suite. Bond girl Tiffany Case was waiting there for Bond, and some mobsters threw Plenty out of the window into the pool below.

#26 Bambi

Bond Girl Bambi
Actress:Lola Larson
Nationality:American
Bond Movie:Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Synopsis:

Bambi and Thumper were the two gymnastic bodyguards holding Willard Whyte prisoner in his Las Vegas villa. When Bond enters to rescue Whyte, he meets Bambi and Thumper, who introduce themselves, and then take it in turns to attack Bond, somewhat playfully.

#27 Thumper

Bond Girl Thumper
Actress:Trina Parks
Nationality:American
Bond Movie:Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Synopsis:

Thumper and Bambi attack Bond, kicking him and using their martial art skills to overcome him. Bond was at a loss, the two girls too nimble for him. However, Thumper and Bambi then throw Bond into a pool, and they lose their advantage, Bond managing to push their heads underwater until they give in and reveal where Willard Whyte is being kept.

#28 Marie

Bond Girl Marie
Actress:Denise Perrier
Nationality:French
Bond Movie:Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Synopsis:

As Bond seeks out Blofeld to get revenge for the death of his wife, the trail leads him from Tokyo to Cairo, where he interrogates a gambler about Blofeld's whereabouts. "Marie... ask.. Marie." Bond finds Marie, who asks "Is there something I can do for you?" Bond replies with "There's something I'd like you to get off your chest", and then removes her Bra and begins to strangle her with it.He gets the information he wants and pursues the lead.

#29 Solitaire

Bond Girl Solitaire
Actress:Jane Seymour
Nationality:English
Bond Movie:Live and Let Die (1973)

Synopsis:

Solitaire was a psychic tarot card reader working for heroin baron Dr. Kananga. She predicted the movements of James Bond and other men who posed a threat to their operations. Solitaire was practically imprisoned by Kananga as he knew that, like her mother, she would lose her psychic gift if she were to make love. When first meeting Bond, Solitaire drew the lovers card, predicting the fate of her and Bond. Indeed, Solitaire soon lost her powers, and became a target of Kananga's wrath.

#30 Rosie Carver

Bond Girl Rosie Carver
Actress:Gloria Hendry
Nationality:American
Bond Movie:Live and Let Die (1973)

Synopsis:

Rosie Carver was an inept and incompetent double agent, working for the CIA and for heroin baron Dr. Kananga. She checked into Bond's hotel room as Mrs. Bond, and said she would take him to the spot where Bains, another MI6 agent, was killed. While picnicking near the area, Bond confronts Rosie, revealing that he knows she is working for Kanaga. Bond threatens to kill her, and Rosie runs away, only to be killed by a hidden gun in one of Kanaga's scarecrows.


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