How well do you know your Bond Girls?

Spectre
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From 'Casino Royale' to 'Skyfall,' these leading ladies have tangoed toe-to-toe with the world's greatest spy. Can you name them all?

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Christmas Jones
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Question 1 of 10 Score: 0

Denise Richards played this American nuclear physicist in the Bond film 'The World is Not Enough':

American actress Denise Richards says she enjoyed playing a scientist in the 1999 Bond film because it was "brainy," "athletic" and had "depth of character." Audiences, unfortunately, did not agree, as Richards went on to win a Razzie award for "Worst Supporting Actress" for the role.

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Aliza Girl Bond Girl
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Question 2 of 10 Score: 0

Israeli actress Aliza Gur played a Bond Girl fighting over what in "From Russia With Love"?

Aliza Gur played Vida in the 1963 film "From Russia with Love." She is introduced to Bond as one of two women engaged in a fight-to-the-death over the same man. Gur, a former Miss Israel, was roommates with future Bond Girl Daniela Bianchi during the 1960 Miss Universe pageant.

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Honey Ryder
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Question 3 of 10 Score: 0

This Swiss actress was the original Bond Girl in the 1962 classic 'Dr. No':

Ursula Andress, the first Bond Girl, played a shell diver in "Dr. No." You may recall her iconic scene of rising from the Caribbean Sea in a white bikini. Bonus fact: Due to her thick Swedish accent, all of Andress' lines were actually spoken by German voice actress Nikki van der Zyl.

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Shirley Eaton
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Question 4 of 10 Score: 0

British actress Shirley Eaton is best known for this Bond Girl's famous demise:

Shirley Eaton played Jill Masterson, a character in 'Goldfinger' who died after being painted from head to toe in suffocating gold paint. The scene became so iconic that it became urban legend that Eaton actually passed away on set.

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Majesty Bond
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Question 5 of 10 Score: 0

This Bond Girl is the only one to have actually married James Bond:

English actress Diana Rigg played Teresa Draco di Vicenzo in the 1969 Bond film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service." While she's the only Bond Girl to actually get James to settle down, the union doesn't last long. At the end of the film, one of Bond's enemies sees to it that the two are separated forever.

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James Bond in Casino Royale
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Question 6 of 10 Score: 0

In the 2006 film 'Casino Royale,' what Bond Girl did James Bond name a cocktail after?

Bond named his invented drink a "Vesper" after the character played by French actress Eva Green. The cocktail contains three parts gin, one part vodka, and half part of Kina Lillet shaken over ice and served with a lemon garnish. It's based on a recipe taken directly from Ian Fleming's first Bond novel.

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Daliah Lavi as The Detainer
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Question 7 of 10 Score: 0

Israeli actress Daliah Lavi played a British spy in this famous 1967 spoof of the Bond franchise:

Daliah Lavi played 'The Detainer,' a spy who successfully poisoned a character played by a young Woody Allen. Despite being based on Ian Fleming's original James Bond novel, "Casino Royale" was created as a spoof of the franchise. Think of it as the original "Austin Powers."

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Austin Powers
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Question 8 of 10 Score: 0

Can you identify the real Bond Girl name from these 'Austin Powers' spoofs?

American actress Lois Chiles played astronaut Dr. Holly Goodhead in the 1979 Bond film "Moonraker." While she's best remembered for her Bond role, Chiles appeared in other movies and even had a cameo in "Austin Powers."

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Bond Girl
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Question 9 of 10 Score: 0

This Swedish actress appeared in not one, but three Bond films:

Adams appeared as the doomed mistress of the villain in "The Man with the Golden Gun," an exotic smuggler in 'Octopussy,' and as an extra in "A View To Kill." Looking back, Adams has said she's proud of her association with the films. "It's pop culture and to be part of that is very nice."

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Dr. Evil Austin Powers
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Question 10 of 10 Score: 0

Which British actress turned down a Bond Girl role but later went on to spoof one in 'Austin Powers':

Elizabeth Hurley turned down the role of Natalya Simonova in the 1995 film "GoldenEye." She later went on to star as Vanessa Kensington in two films from the James Bond spoof franchise "Austin Powers."

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