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Auric Goldfinger

The villain and title character in the James Bond film Goldfinger, Auric Goldfinger (Gert Frobe) is a ridiculously wealthy gold trader that MI-6 suspects of illegal gold smuggling. While observing his movements, Bond discovers that Goldfinger has a much grander scheme in mind dubbed “Operation Grand Slam” that involves robbing Fort Knox. An overweight, graying, aging man with a receding hairline, Goldfinger looks the part of a rich, privileged man who enjoys toying with, killing and manipulating people.

Honey Ryder

The quintessential and original Bond Girl of the 1962 film Dr. No, Honey Rider (Ursula Andress) first appears before James Bond in her iconic scene emerging from the Jamaican waters in a white bikini, a knife at her side. She makes a living diving for and selling shells, but eventually joins Bond on his quest to stop Dr. No. To capture her iconic look and attract your own James Bond, go for a white bikini with a belt, knife, shells and blonde wig.

Dolly

Although she had very little screen time and no dialogue, Dolly (Blanche Ravalec) crept into viewers hearts when she rescued and fell in love with the henchman Jaws in the James Bond film Moonraker. A small, blonde, nerdy woman with glasses and pigtails, she charms Jaws into betraying his boss and working with Bond to stop him – all without saying a word. Attract your own jaws with an orange flight suit, blonde pigtails, glasses and the biggest smile you can manage.

Jaws

A favorite henchman among James Bond fans, Jaws (Richard Kiel) is a brute of a man, tall and strong, with signature metal teeth that can cut through steel. He appears in two films: The Spy who Loved Me and Moonraker, working for different villains in each one. In The Spy who Loved Me he never sided with Bond, but in Moonraker he meets a girl named Dolly and decides to join forces with Bond against his employer. While Jaws usually appears in a suit, go for his more distinctive look of shirt and suspenders to really make an impression.

Natalya Simonova

Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco) is the primary Bond Girl in the 1995 James Bond film Goldeneye. A smart, self-assured programmer of missile guidance systems at the Russian Space Force base Severnaya, she is caught up in Bond’s web when her office is blown up and she is one of two survivors. Natalya proves herself to be a valuable asset to Bond, destroying the Goldeneye satellite and saving him when he is stranded on a satellite dish. This guide covers her Severnaya outfit, a sexy-cute mix of short skirt and cardigan.

Xenia Onnatop

A former Soviet fighter pilot and current Janus Syndicate assassin, Xenia Onnatop (Famke Janssen) proves to be a skilled, sociopathic adversary for James Bond in the film Goldeneye. Xenia wields sex as a weapon, preferring to murder her victims by crushing them with her thighs during sex. Appropriately, she dresses in sexy, tight, usually black outfits with her hair wound in an updo.

Oddjob

Odd Job (Harold Sakata) is the manservant, henchman, golf caddy and chauffeur to the villain Auric Goldfinger in the 1964 James Bond film titled Goldfinger. He is a mute, physically strong man that smiles during a fight and uses his steel-tipped hat as a lethal weapon. A fan-favorite, he has appeared in numerous video games and novels. Like every good manservant, he dresses smartly in a black suit with his signature Sandringham hat.

Pussy Galore

Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman) is a stunning blonde pilot working for the evil Goldfinger in the 1964 James Bond film of the same name. A smart, saucy, independent woman, she leads a group of female aviators called Pussy Galore’s Flying Circus. At first she states to James Bond that she is “immune” to his charm, but later changes her mind and falls in love with him, betraying Goldfinger in the process. This guide covers her debut outfit, a sexy aviator-inspired outfit of blazer, vest, pants and boots.

Francisco Scaramanga

Francisco Scaramanga (Christopher Lee) is the primary villain in the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun. It is he who carries the titular golden gun, using it as his assassination weapon. As the highest paid assassin in the world at 1 million dollars a hit, he is a very well dressed, well traveled man with an eye for details. No photographs exist of Scaramanga, and so Bond must search for him using his distinctive birth mark – a third nipple.

Elektra King

Elektra King

The heiress of an oil fortune in the James Bond movie The World is Not Enough, Elektra King (Sophie Marceau) begins as a love interest of Bond but quickly morphs into a villain. Bond discovers that she was kidnapped by the terrorist Renaud for ransom, but fell in love with him during captivity and so chooses to fight on his side against Bond. She is a beautiful, intelligent, cunning woman with a fatal streak of arrogance. Capture her look with a glamorous red beaded gown and matching jewelry.