Bond girls show women's progress

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Bond girls show women's progress

Grace Jones as May Day from the James Bond 1985 film, “A View to a Kill.” Modern Bond girls also present a more formidable challenge to the suave secret agent.
When Ursula Andress emerged from the sea, curves glistening, with a dagger strapped to her bikini in 1962’s “Dr. No,” she made the Bond girl an instant icon.
Daniel Craig appears with Eva Green in the 2006 James Bond film, “Casino Royale.”
Jane Seymour and Roger Moore in the James Bond 1973 film, “Live and Let Die.” Initially, Bond girls were part of the aesthetic of the series and had more transient roles.
Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore in the James Bond 1964 film, “Goldfinger.”
Roger Moore with Maud Adams, left, and Britt Ekland, from the James Bond 1974 film, “The Man with the Golden Gun.”
Sophie Marceau Pierce Brosnan in a scene from the James Bond film, “The World Is Not Enough.”
Halle Berry in a scene from the James Bond 2002 film, “Die Another Day.” Who qualifies as a Bond girl has also changed over the years, as the blue-eyed, buxom blonde has given way to more diverse leading ladies, including Berry. Women use their presentation and their wiles to outsmart Bond.
Jill St. John from the James Bond 1971 film, “Diamonds Are Forever.”

Bond girls show women's progress

Grace Jones as May Day from the James Bond 1985 film, “A View to a Kill.” Modern Bond girls also present a more formidable challenge to the suave secret agent.
When Ursula Andress emerged from the sea, curves glistening, with a dagger strapped to her bikini in 1962’s “Dr. No,” she made the Bond girl an instant icon.
Daniel Craig appears with Eva Green in the 2006 James Bond film, “Casino Royale.”
Jane Seymour and Roger Moore in the James Bond 1973 film, “Live and Let Die.” Initially, Bond girls were part of the aesthetic of the series and had more transient roles.
Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore in the James Bond 1964 film, “Goldfinger.”
Roger Moore with Maud Adams, left, and Britt Ekland, from the James Bond 1974 film, “The Man with the Golden Gun.”
Sophie Marceau Pierce Brosnan in a scene from the James Bond film, “The World Is Not Enough.”
Halle Berry in a scene from the James Bond 2002 film, “Die Another Day.” Who qualifies as a Bond girl has also changed over the years, as the blue-eyed, buxom blonde has given way to more diverse leading ladies, including Berry. Women use their presentation and their wiles to outsmart Bond.
Jill St. John from the James Bond 1971 film, “Diamonds Are Forever.”
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