Who is the hottest James Bond chick?

One more sexist topic won’t hurt, will it?

Haven’t seen “The World is not Enough”, but Sophie Marceau did it for me in “Braveheart”. Ooh la la.

Anybody else have a favorite?

Michelle Yeoh, Tomorrow Never Dies. Hot and capable of kicking ass.

-Solitare(Jane Seymour) in Live and Let Die
Jane Seymour- Big Eyes, Big lips, Big…cough…personality. Yum Yum Yum Yum Yum

-Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress) from Dr No. The first bond girl and probably the best. I still await Miss Ryder to come walking up the beach with that tasty bathing suit.

-Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman) from Goldfinger No needed explanation! What a gal!!!

I know that I have put you through hell, and I know that I have been one rough pecker. But from here on, you are all in my cool book.- Seth Gecko From Dusk Till Dawn

I was gonna be obstinate and say “none of them” but… Sophie Marceau… yeah… sigh

Better by a zillion miles than that other artificial-looking chick from Starship Troopers in it, that’s for darn certain. (I say it should have been Dina Meyer instead, now she rocks hard!)

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Famke Janssen, of course (which one’s that ? GoldenEye, I think).


“You know how complex women are”

  • Neil Peart, Rush (1993)

How about all of them. Haven’t seen a Bond girl yet that didn’t give me the shivers.

Pam Bouvier in “Licence to Kill” (Carey Lowell). She had beauty & brains.

There have been some great ones but my vote has to go for Michelle Yeoh. Close seconds – Famke Janssen, Carrie Lowell, Maud Adams.

The only one I couldn’t stand was the ice skater – I can’t even remember which movie it was.

Grace Jones was pushing things a little, too.

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For Your Eyes Only

Carey Lowell is indeed tasty, but that 80s hairdo! Much better looking when she was on “Law & Order”.

My personal favorite Bond chick remains Lynn-Holly Johnson, the vixen ice skater of For Your Eyes Only.

What about Grace Jones? Now there’s a woman that gives me the shivers.

That aside, Barbara Bach in “The Spy who loved me”. Don’t know (or care)if they’re still married or not, but that Ringo Starr was one lucky guy.

Any ladies wanna jump in here on the sexiest James Bond? I vote for early Sean Connery (yes, I know he’s a jerk, but a sexy jerk!).

No contest. Diana Rigg in On Her Majesty’s Secret service. It was definitely worth enduring george Lazenby’s performance for her.


[waits for the rain of overripe tomatoes and rotten cabbages to subside]

What can I say…[shrug]…I have a thing for hot-pants.


I have to pick just one? Ain’t possible. To the above list, all of 'em good, may I add:

Teri Hatcher
Sheena Easton (Not a Bond girl per se, but the way she sings “For Your Eyes Only”… WOW!!!) (That’s also my nominee for Best Bond Title Song and Best Opening Credits Sequence)

Maybe we could also ask for Best Action Sequence? The one in FYEO where Bond is on skis and is being chased by a guy on a motorcycle. They actually race each other on a bobsled run!!

And Best Stunt? The opening stunt in Goldeneye where Bond bungie-jumps down the face of a dam and then fires an anchor and hauls himself down. Too cool for words…

Fighting my own ignorance since 1957.

Grace Jones, definately gets the most muscular award and she likes it on top.

How about Deborah Kerr? In, of course, Casino Royale, also featuring swiss beauty Ursula Andress.

P.S. Is Ursula Andress the only Bond girl to have major roles in two Bond movies?

La franchise ne consiste pas à dire tout ce que l’on pense, mais à penser tout ce que l’on dit.
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P.S., Flora, would you care to expand on this?

La franchise ne consiste pas à dire tout ce que l’on pense, mais à penser tout ce que l’on dit.
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Arnold –

Maud Adams was in The Man With The Golden Gun and Octopussy.

“Vandelay!! Say Vandelay!!”

Which one does Unca Cecil like best?
Come on , Oh Wise One!! Weigh in on this matter of obvious cosmic importance.

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