Bond Girls are Forever: The Women of James Bond

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Harry N. Abrams, Nov 1, 2003 - Performing Arts - 192 pages
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A tribute to the women sidekicks from the James Bond films features a treasury of anecdotes, commentary, and photographs that explores their characters as heroines, villains, and sex symbols, offering insight into the significance of the roles on the careers of actresses from Ursula Andress to Halle Berry. 50,000 first printing.

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Since Ian Fleming wrote Casino Royale in 1953, Bond girls have been quintessential American sex symbols. Sexy, dazzling and self-assured, the character has been ogled by men and lambasted by feminists ... Read full review


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Cork is on the board of the Ian Fleming Foundation. He also co-produced, co-wrote and directed 30 documentaries for the MGM James Bond DVD project.

Maryam D'Abo played Kira Milovy in the James Bond film "The Living Daylights". She has played in more than 15 feature films, and is frequently seen on TV. She was born in London and lives in Hollywood.

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