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1960s:

Bond Girl Style - James Bond Bond Girl Style - James Bond Martin Beswicke, Claudine Auger, and Luciana Palluzzi take to the water in "Thunderball"

Claudine Auger knows how to accesorize in "Thunderball" Mie Hama set to go diving in "You Only Live Twice" Silvia Trench

1970s:

Bond Girl Swim Wear - James Bond Gloria Hendrey doesn't worry about concealing weapons with her bikini in "Live and Let Die" Bond Girl Swim Wear - James Bond
Bond Girl Swim Wear - James Bond
Jill St. John only wears a slight cover-up in "Diamonds Are Forever"
Britt Ekland bikini's in "The Man with the Golden Gun" Caroline Munro displays great lines in "The Spy Who Loved Me"
Barbara Bach in white - "The Spy Who Loved Me"
Barbara Bach in red - "The Spy Who Loved Me"
Barbara Bach in black - "The Spy Who Loved Me"


1980s:
Carey Lowell is practical in "Licence To Kill"
Barbera Carrera in white - "Never Say Never Again"
Barbera Carrera in red - "Never Say Never Again"
Kim Basinger has a tiger on her tank - "Never Say Never Again"
Carey Lowell and Talisa Soto suit up in a publicity pose with Timothy Dalton-"Licence To Kill"


1990s:
Isabella Scorupco all set for Caribbean action in "Goldeneye"






2000s:
Halle Berry emerges from the waves in "Die Another Day" Caterina Munro rides high in "Casino Royale"







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