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Bond Girls through the years

POSTED: 11:49 AM Jun 03 2011   UPDATED: 2:00 AM Mar 19 2013

With Ursula Andress, the original Bond Girl from 1962's "Dr. No," celebrating her 77th birthday March 19, join us for a look back at some of the memorable women in 007's life over the years.

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Take a chronological look at the most memorable "Bond Girls," starting with Ursula Andress, who memorably played Honey Ryder in the first James Bond movie, 1962's "Dr. No."

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