In honor of the 50th anniversary since the first James Bond film, we’re taking a look back at some of the most memorable Bond Girls who’ve left a lasting impression in our minds throughout the history of James Bond flicks!
1. Ursula Andress: She made an unforgettable on-screen entrance in 1962’s Dr. No with Sean Connery as Bond bombshell Honey Ryder. Her famous coming out the water scene was later redone as a tribute by another unforgettable bond girl. Watch here.
2. Halle Berry: She paid tribute to Honey Ryder in 2002’s Die Another Day as Giacinta “Jinx” Johnson opposite Pierce Brosnan with an unforgettable ocean scene of her own. Watch here.
3. Honor Blackman: With one of the greatest bond girl names in the entire James Bond franchise, Pussy Galore made her on-screen debut in 1964’s Goldfinger with Sean Connery. She was proficient in Judo and wasn’t a woman you wanted to mess with. Watch here.
4. Jane Seymour: Before making it big as Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Jane Seymour was the tarot reading psychic Solitaire in 1973’s Live and Let Die with Roger Moore. Watch here.
5. Barbara Bach: She plays a worthy allay to Bond Anya Amasova, a.k.a. Agent XXX, in 1977’s The Spy Who Loved Me with Roger Moore. Watch here.
6. Maud Adams: She played the title character in 1983’s Octopussy with Roger Moore. Watch here.
7. Britt Eckland: No one can forget the voluptuous Miss Mary Goodnight at the end of 1974’s The Man With The Golden Gun with Roger Moore, no matter how small a role she played. Watch here.
8. Grace Jones: She played the dastardly villain Max Zorin’s evil sidekick MayDay in 1985’s A View To Kill with Roger Moore. Watch here.
9. Teri Hatcher: She plays the villain’s wife Paris Carver in 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies with Pierce Brosnan. Watch here.
10. Famke Janssen: She plays the memorable KGB assassin Xenia Onatopp who kills her targets by crushing them with her muscular thighs in 1995’s Goldeneye with Pierce Brosnan. Watch here.