93% of people can't name all of these Bond girls from one image! Can you?

By: Jody Mabry
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A Bond girl is a woman in the James Bond films who is a villain, a romantic partner or a sidekick for Bond - or a combination of these. As of "Spectre" in 2015, there have been over 70 Bond girls in 26 movies. Do you think you know everything Bond? Take this quiz and see how well you know the Bond girls!

She may not have been Bond's first love interest, nor the first woman to appear in a Bond film, but Honey Ryder is widely accepted as the first "real" Bond girl. Honey Ryder appears in "Dr. No," the film, and in the 2015 game "James Bond: World of Espionage." In Ian Fleming's novel, her name was Honeychile Rider.

Pussy Galore is one of the most popular Bond girl names and has been parodied several times in film. When Honor Blackman played the character she was 39 years old, making her the oldest woman to play a Bond girl until her record was shattered by 50-year-old Monica Bellucci in "Spectre."

Originally Sylvia Trench was slated to appear in the first six Bond films, with the idea that when things became steamy Bond would be called away. However, the character appeared in only two films: "Dr. No" and "From Russia with Love."

Jill Masterson may have only been in "Goldfinger" for a few minutes, but her gold-painted body is featured in one of the most famous scenes played by any Bond girl. Shirley Eaton would appear in not only the film but also dozens of ads depicting her gold-painted character. Fifty years later, at age 78, the actress recreated the golden look for an online magazine. Amazing!

Italian actress and Miss Universe runner-up Daniela Bianchi was chosen to play Tatiana Romanova over several other popular European women. While Daniela was taking English classes to better her performance, the producers opted to have British stage actress Barbara Jefford redub Daniela's lines.

Vida appears in "From Russia with Love." In one of the more bizarre plots Bond is given the decision to choose which woman - Vida or her sister Zora - will marry the man they both love.

Zora is the underdog in a love triangle as her sister Vida nearly kills her in a hand-to-hand fight for love. In the end, both sisters get Bond, but neither knows who gets the man they truly love.

All Tilly Masterson wanted to do was kill Goldfinger in revenge for her sister's murder. Bond may have had the hots for her, but he thwarts her murder attempts twice. The last time leads to her own death.

Bonita is the seductive belly dancer in "Goldfinger." She's also a bit cunning, as she acts as a distraction for an assassin out to get Bond. But Bond turns the tables, causing Bonita to be injured instead of him.

Dink plays both the Miami masseuse and the gold-painted girl in the opening scenes of "Goldfinger." In one of the more sexist Bond actions, Bond dismisses Dink from his massage so he can share "man talk" with Felix Leiter. Bond then spanks Dink as she leaves.

Domino may have one of the coolest kill scenes in the Bond films. She saves Bond by shooting Largo in the back with a harpoon.

Luciana Paluzzi played the SPECTRE assassin Fiona Volpe in the movie "Thunderball." Originally, she auditioned to play Domino.

Patricia Fearing is a nurse, and one of Bond's flings, at the Shrublands health farm. Her job was to watch over Bond, which she did admirably, saving him from Count Lippe in "Thunderball."

Aki was originally supposed to be named Suki. However, the name was changed to Aki out of respect for Akiko Wakabayashi, who switched roles in the movie because it was found the other Bond girl did not speak English very well.

In "You Only Live Twice," Kissy Suzuki was originally written as the lead Bond girl. However, this plan was changed, due to actress Mie Hamma's limited English.

Helga Brandt, played by Karin Dor, has a hard time being both a secretary and member of SPECTRE. In fact, her demise comes with Blofeld sending her into a pool of piranha.

In the movie, "On Her Majesty's Secret Service," Ruby Bartlett is under treatment at Piz Gloria for allergies. But there is something more sinister going on - in the act of lovemaking, Blofeld's voice puts her in a trance.

Tiffany Case is the flirtatious and ditzy diamond smuggler in the movie, "Diamonds are Forever." Strangely, she was smarter than credit given, noting with the quote, "You don't kill James Bond and just wait for the cops to show up." Somehow she knew who Bond was, despite not being told.

Plenty O'Toole and Bond had a budding romance in "Diamonds are Forever." What the audience didn't see is that there was such a difference in height between actress Lana Wood and Sean Connery that in all but their bedroom scene, she was standing on a box. She was also the younger sister of Natalie Wood.

Bambi is part of an athletic duo, in "Diamonds are Forever," who are guards for Blofeld. Despite being nearly drowned by Bond, she survives, due to her counterpart Thumper.

In "Diamonds are Forever," Thumper saves her acrobatic fighting friend from being drowned by Bond.

Solitaire is a tarot reader, played by Jane Seymour, in the movie "Live and Let Die." Decades later her tarot costume would inspire Padme Amidala's Imperial costume in "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace."

Rosie Carver starred in "Live and Let Die" and is the first black female love interest of Bond. While there was a discussion of sparing Carver's life in the film, the morbid won out and she was later killed by Kananga's scarecrows.

Madeline Smith plays Miss Caruso in "Live and Let Die." She's the Italian agent found sleeping with Bond at the beginning of the movie, which also kicks off Roger Moore's Bond era.

In "The Man with the Golden Gun," Mary Goodnight is quick to notch her crush on Bond. She may be inexperienced in the field but makes up for it in many ways.

Maud Adams played the role of Octopussy, one of the most iconic Bond girls of all time. She also played Bond girl Andrea Anders in "The Man with the Golden Gun."

Anya Amasova is a unique antagonist. While a member of the KGB, her interest in Bond's death was for Bond killing her lover, not "work" related.

In "The Spy Who Loved Me" Naomi has one claim to fame. She was the first Bond girl undeniably killed by Bond.

In "The Spy Who Loved Me," Felicca finds herself in a bad situation as Bond spins her directly into an oncoming bullet. She falls on the bed she was using to distract Bond.

Holly Goodhead is a CIA agent in "Moonraker," and perhaps the most traveled. Bond and Goodhead head to space and then have a romantic interlude as they orbit Earth.

Tracy Bond appeared in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service." She was the only Bond girl to marry Bond, and later dies speaking the words, "We have all the time in the world," when he realizes she is gone. She is referenced in later movies.

Dufour may work for a bad guy, but she's not so bad herself as she helps Bond crack a safe. How is she awarded? She's fed to the dogs. Literally.

Manuela is a British intelligence officer in "Moonraker." She comes face to face with one of the most famous Bond antagonists when she is bitten by Jaws' steel teeth. Lucky for her, Bond is a fan and saves her.

Melina Havelock is played by Carole Bouquet in "For Your Eyes Only." She has the distinction of being the only Bond girl to skinny dip with Bond.

Countess Lisl von Schlaf's life held little meaning to Columbo, who sent her to pull info from Bond. It was one of his assassins who mowed her down in a beach buggy. Although Bond, being Bond, avenged her death rather quickly.

Bibi Dahl is a femme fatale in "For Your Eyes Only." She was played by American ice skater Lynn-Holly Johnson.

Magda is the right-hand woman to another Bond girl - Octopussy. While still an antagonist, she joins up with Bond for revenge against her previous boss.

Smallbone isn't a huge character in "Octopussy," but she's around long enough to be warned by Miss Moneypenny to watch out for Bond's prowess with the women. Still, she can't help but be the smitten kitten she is.

Bianca is an operative in the movie "Octopussy." While her time is short-lived, the two share a kiss with a promise to meet in Miami.

Stacey Sutton is a young heiress and Bond Girl in "A View to Kill." She is caught showering with Bond by MI6, who is looking for their best operative. Not a bad way to end a mission.

May Day appears in "A View to a Kill." While she is a vile villain, she is also one of the few antagonists to join forces with Bond.

Pola Ivanova is the Soviet Spy in "A View to a Kill." She also has one of the most embarrassing moments for a spy, when she realizes Bond replaced an incriminating tape with a tape of spa music.

Mary Stavin played a character in the pre-title sequence of "A View to a Kill." She also appears as one of the Octopussy Circus girls.

Jenny Flex is a henchwoman of May Day. In an interesting twist, she is considered the main villain, as May Day eventually sides with Bond.

Kara Milvoy is the love interest of Bond in "The Living Daylights." The role was played by Maryam d'Abo.

Leila Shenna plays only a minor villain in "Moonraker," as she and the Apollo Jet pilot try to hijack Bond's plane. The pilot dies when Bond steals his parachute mid-fall, but the hostess's fate is unknown, although assumed dead.

It took three days for actress Zena Marshall and Sean Connery to shoot their bedroom scene. The most difficult part of filming? Spitting in Sean Connery's face when she is arrested.

Sue Vanner plays a KGB agent in "The Spy Who Loved Me." Uniquely, she is one of the few Bond girls who's name is uncredited, as she is simply listed as "Log Cabin Girl."

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