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"The nature of Bond's job rules out any long term commitments.
For one thing, as soon as another mission comes along, he'll fall in love with a new girl."

Octopussy (1983)

Octopussy 

Octopussy

Played by Maud Adams
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Octopussy runs a circus as a cover for jewerly smuggling without knowing that partner Kamal Khan is double-crossing her. Maud Adams also played Scaramanga's girlfriend in The Man With The Golden Gun.

 
Magda 

Magda

Played by Kristina Wayborn
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The leader of the Octopussy circus and Kamal Khan's girlfriend, Magda seduces Bond to get the Faberge egg back. She also has a tattoo of a baby octopus on her back.

 

Never Say Never Again (1983)

Domino Petacchi 

Domino Petacchi

Played by Kim Basinger
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Playing Domino in Never Say Never Again was Kim Basinger's first big movie appearance. Domino is almost exactly the same character as in Thunderball: she's Largo's mistress but betrays him when 007 informs her of her brother's death.

 
Fatima Blush 

Fatima Blush

Played by Barbara Carrera
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Never Say Never Again's substitute to Fiona Volpe, sexy Fatima is SPECTRE's assassin and Max Largo's key henchwoman. She also has a massive ego complex -- 007 is saved from her only by his special pen.

 

A View to a Kill (1985)

Stacey Sutton 

Stacey Sutton

Played by Tanya Roberts
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Sutton is a Californian geologist who's grandfather found Sutton Oil. She is paid off by Max Zorin for the old mines Zorin needs for his Project Main Strike. Bond meets Stacey at Zorin's party and later she helps him to unravel Zorin's nefarious plan.

 
MayDay 

MayDay

Played by Grace Jones
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MayDay is Max Zorin's outrageous henchwoman that kills Bond's contact in Paris. Bond chases her up the Eiffel Tower only to see her dramatically escape by skydiving. Finally, after realizing Zorin has betrayed her, MayDay gives her life to stop the villain's plan.

 
Pola Ivanova 

Pola Ivanova

Played by Fiona Fullerton
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Ivanova is a Russian agent from Bond's past whom 007 meets while on a mission. After a hot tub scene, Bond swaps her hard earned cassette of Zorin's plans for a lovely collection of Japanese music.

 

The Living Daylights (1987)

Kara Milovy 

Kara Milovy

Played by Maryam D'Abo
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Celebrated cellist Kara Milovy is set up by her boyfriend, General Georgi Koskov, as a sniper to make his defection look real. Kara is saved by 007's instincts and eventually falls for Bond on the search for Koskov.

 

Licence to Kill (1989)

Pam Bouvier 

Pam Bouvier

Played by Carey Lowell
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Bouvier is the only living contact the CIA has on Franz Sanchez. Bond uses her information to get into the drug baron's organization and exact his revenge.

 
Lupe Lamora 

Lupe Lamora

Played by Talisa Soto
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Lamora is Franz Sanchez's mistress and helps Bond win Sanchez's confidence in an effort to bring down his organization. Bond has to reject her at the end of the movie in favour of Pam Bouvier, though.

 

GoldenEye (1995)

Natalya Simonova 

Natalya Simonova

Played by Izabella Scorupco
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Simonova is a Russian computer programmer and one of the two Severnaya survivors and teams up with Bond to help him to stop Alec Trevelyan's plan. She later helps him track down the villain's hidden base.

 
Xenia Onatopp 

Xenia Onatopp

Played by Famke Janssen
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Onatopp is a KGB assassin now working for the Janus syndicate and is a very memorable character. She kills her victims by crushing them to death with her shapely thighs.

 

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

Wai Lin 

Wai Lin

Played by Michelle Yeoh
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A Chinese agent who knows well the arts of karate. In Tomorrow Never Dies she's running the same mission as Bond in competition but near the end the two team up to finish Carver and his stealth boat off. She has a nice collection of gadgets from her agency, too.

 
Paris Carver 

Paris Carver

Played by Teri Hatcher
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Carver is the villain's wife in Tomorrow Never Dies. She and Bond had a short-lived affair in the past. Elliot Carver eventually has her killed after she interacts with Bond a second time.

 

The World Is Not Enough (1999)

Christmas Jones 

Christmas Jones

Played by Denise Richards
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Jones is a nuclear chemist that saves Bond's life on more than one occasion. She defuses the nuclear bomb that is set to blow up, foiling Renard's plan.

 
Elektra King 

Elektra King

Played by Sophie Marceau
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King is a deceitful temptress and a double-crosser. She lies to Bond that she he is on his side throughout most of the movie. When Bond finds out she is sided with Renard, Bond doesn't hesitate to kill her in cold blood.

 
Cigar Girl 

Cigar Girl

Played by Maria Grazia Cuccinotta
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The Cigar Girl seems to be an innocent beauty in the pre-title sequence but when Bond gets back to MI6 and Sir Robert King is killed, we find out that she is responsible for his death. Bond proceeds to pursue her in a spectacular boat chase down the River

 

Die Another Day (2002)

Miranda Frost 

Miranda Frost

Played by Rosamund Pike
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Frost is an MI6 agent who poses as Gustav Graves' puclicist. She does not want a part of Bond at first, but later gives in to his sexual desires. Unfortunately for Bond, she is sided with Gustav Graves.

 
Jinx 

Jinx

Played by Halle Berry
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Jinx is the NSA's leading woman in Die Another Day. Although tough and hard-nosed, Jinx finds herself in trouble on a couple of occasions, with Bond coming to the rescue. Jinx is first seen in the movie in an 'homage' scene wearing an orange bikini similar to that of Honey Ryder's in Dr. No.

 

Casino Royale (2006)

Vesper Lynd 

Vesper Lynd

Played by Eva Green
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Bond's first real love interest after becoming a 00 agent, Vesper turns out to have both a positive and negative effect on his life. Their whirlwind romance together seems too good to be true, as she dies in a suicide/drowning and is revealed to have kept deep secrets on the mission. Their love would have a permanent effect on Bond's views on women - proclaiming that he will never trust another as much since the "bitch is dead."

 
Solange 

Solange

Played by Caterina Murino
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Bond meets this Italian beauty at his Bahama hotel while investigating the text message clue "ELLIPSIS" found on Mollaka's cell phone. Solange's boyfriend, Carlos, is the source of the message, and Bond quickly switches gears from lover to secret agent as soon as he leaves for Miami on a suspicious trip. Unfortunately for Solange, she "talked too much" and was found strangled in a hammock outside of the hotel.

 

Quantum of Solace (2008)

Strawberry Fields 

Strawberry Fields

Played by Gemma Arterton
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Agent Fields is the terse MI6 file reporter who is sent by M to accomplish the simple task of retrieving James Bond in La Paz, Bolivia. Unfortunately for her, Bond's overwhelming charisma quickly breaks her business-like attitude and the two find themselves in the bedroom after Bond asks her to help him "find" hotel stationery. She meets her untimely demise in a similar fashion as Goldfinger's Jill Masterson - this time suffocated in oil instead of gold paint. Note: Although her first name is not revealed in the movie, she is listed as "Strawberry" Fields in the cast list.

 
Camille 

Camille

Played by Olga Kurylenko
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A member of the Bolivian Secret Service, Camille joins Bond's adventure with motives of her own after years of trying to infiltrate General Medrano's inner circle. Although she never makes love with Bond, a passionate kiss is her thanks to him for helping her avenge the deaths of her father, mother and sister.