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Honey Ryder / Ursula Andress - "James Bond Chases Dr. No" (1962)

Ursula Andress

Why:The Swiss woman is the ultimate Bond girl who, with her bikini appearance on the beach, had a lasting impact on the image of all future Bond girls. The scene was so impressive that it has been re-enacted twice in a Bond film to date. The actress' famous bikini sold for £ 35,000 in 2001.

Pussy Galore / Honor Blackman - "Goldfinger" (1964)

Honor Blackman

Why: Pussy Galore is the first Bond girl who initially belongs to the bad guys. Most importantly, she is the first Bond character whose name has been used in a suggestive play on words. Such ambiguous names have since become an integral part of the Bond myth and provided the direct template for the Austin Powers parody.

Jill Masterson / Shirley Eaton - "Goldfinger" (1964)

Shirley Eaton

Why:Jill Masterson has arguably one of the shortest film appearances of all time in a Bond film. Nevertheless, she had a lasting impact on the image of the series through her film death, because she is completely covered in gold by the villain Aurich Goldfinger.

Helga Brandt / Karin Dor - "You only live twice" (1967)

Karin Dor

Why:The only German Bond girl

Teresa 'Tracy' di Vincenzo / Diana Rigg - "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (1969)

Diana Rigg

Why:Teresa di Vincenzo was the first Bond girl that the promiscuous agent actually wanted to marry. In addition, the role played with Diana Rigg, who in turn had extensive experience as a powerful secret agent as Emma Peel in "Mit Schirm, Charme und Melone".

Tiffany Case / Jill St. John - "Diamond Fever" (1971)

Jill St. John

Why:The incarnate product placement among the Bond girls. In "You Only Live Twice", Kissy Suzuki, a brand name, made an appearance as a Bond girl. But Tiffany Case is not just a diamond smuggler, she was also born at Tiffany's. Product and brand name can hardly be combined more closely.

Andrea Anders, Octopussy / Maud Adams - "The Man with the Golden Gun" (1974) & "Octopussy" (1983)

Maud Adams

Why:Maud Adams is the only actress who got to be a Bond girl in two films.

Major Anya Amasova / Barbara Bach - "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977)

Barbara Bach

Why:Amasova provides the ultimate proof of the English superspy's seduction skills: Not only is she a KGB agent, Bond also killed her husband. And although she has a firm plan to kill Bond at the beginning of the film, she ends up in his arms.

Holly Goodhead / Lois Chiles - "Moonraker" (1979)

Lois Chiles

Why:The first Bond girl to leave Earth orbit alongside James Bond. Provides Bond the first opportunity for a love scene in weightlessness.

Lisl von Schlaf / Cassandra Harris - "On a fatal mission" (1981)

Cassandra Harris

Why:Aside from the ludicrous name of her character, Cassandra Harris also stands out from the crowd of Bond girls in other ways. When she made "Deadly Mission" she was married to Pierce Brosnan, who years later would play the super agent himself.

May Day / Grace Jones - "In the Face of Death" (1985)

Grace Jones

Why:May Day is the only Bond girl who knew from the start that there would be no romantic relationship whatsoever with the secret agent. In addition, Grace Jones with her large screen presence provided the most important reason to see the otherwise rather disappointing Bond film ever.

Dr. Christmas Jones / Denise Richards - "The World Is Not Enough" (1999)

Denise Richards

Why:In the Bond world of academic sex bombs, Richards effortlessly sets a new standard of disbelief as a nuclear physicist. However, the script also consequently reduces the moments in which she is allowed to say something scientific to the absolute minimum.

Jacintha "Jinx" Johnson / Halle Berry - "Die Another Day" (2002)

Halle Berry

Why:Jinx was the first Bond girl chosen to star in her own movie after appearing on Bond. However, these plans came to nothing.

Vesper Lynd / Eva Green - "Casino Royal" (2006)

Eva Green

Why:Vesper Lynd not only provides an essential driver of the plot in "Casino Royal" through her role as a double agent, she also defines the character of Bond, played by Daniel Craig, in the following films. In "A Quantum of Solace" Bond is essentially concerned with coming to terms with Vesper's death.

Lucia Sciarra / Monica Bellucci - "Specter" (2015)

Monica Belucci

Why:Played by the 51-year-old Bellucci, Sciarra is officially the oldest Bond girl of all time. This makes her the first Bond lady among the Bond girls.

Compiled by Santiago Campillo-Lundbeck and Tim Theobald