Bond Girls Are Forever
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|Bond Girls Are Forever|
Boxtree British hardcover edition.
|Publication date||2002 (Documentary)
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)
Bond Girls Are Forever is a 2002 James Bond documentary film hosted by actress Maryam d'Abo, who had played the role of Kara Milovy in the 15th James Bond film The Living Daylights. It was accompanied by a 2003 book written by John Cork and d'Abo. The book is subtitled The Women of James Bond. Both the film and the book is a tribute to the elite club of women who have played the role of a Bond girl.
The TV film, which was released in November 2002 alongside Die Another Day features interviews with a number of Bond girls who were featured throughout the film franchise between the first James Bond film, Dr. No (1962) starring Ursula Andress and the then-current 20th film Die Another Day starring Halle Berry. In 2003, the documentary was released on DVD and offered as a free gift with the purchase of Die Another Day on DVD by some retailers.
In 2006, a new version of the documentary, updated to include interviews with cast from Casino Royale and edited to include commercial breaks, was produced for the AMC network and was later released as a bonus feature on the March 2007 DVD and Blu-ray editions of Casino Royale.
Bond girls interviewed in order
- Halle Berry
- Ursula Andress
- Honor Blackman
- Luciana Paluzzi
- Jill St. John
- Jane Seymour
- Maud Adams
- Lois Chiles
- Carey Lowell
- Michelle Yeoh
- Judi Dench
- Samantha Bond
- Rosamund Pike
- Eva Green (2006 version)
- Caterina Murino (2006 version)
- Gemma Arterton (2008 version)
- Naomie Harris (2012 version)
- Berenice Marlohe (2012 version)
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