Women's voices in oldest Bond films are dubbed?

If you go to the Trivia section of the IMDB for all the older Bond films (Dr. No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball and* You Only Live Twice*), there’s an entry that reads:

>>All female voices heard in this film, with the exception of Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny, are dubbed by the same, uncredited, English actress.<<

So that means the voice I heard coming out of the mouth of Tatiana in From Russia With Love, (IMO the hottest Bond girl), just happens to be the same voice as Kissy Suzuki from You Only Live Twice AND Ursula Andress’ voice from Dr. No, not to mention every single other woman who speaks in all five of these films?

I have a hard time believing that every woman’s speaking role in all of these films was the same woman’s voice, and I didn’t notice, having seen them all dozens of times. Can anyone confirm / debunk this one?

I took the liberty of posting your question on the IMDB message board. These are the responses that resulted.

Time to ask the Secret Intelligenge Guy:


The article also mentions that even some male voices in the Bond series were replaced also.

From the “Secret Intelligence” Bond webzine: