The Man with the Golden Gun, 1974; Octopussy, 1983
Maud holds the distinction of being the only woman cast as a Bond Girl twice, both times opposite Roger Moore’s 007. In The Man with the Golden Gun, Andrea is the bad guy’s main squeeze and as such, sends Bond an ominous gold bullet engraved with its target: 007. As the female lead in Octopussy, a classic name in Bond lore and the only film title to feature a woman’s name, Maud runs an all woman circus to cover up her jewelry smuggling ring. (Look at the clown, not the Fabergé egg!) Like many lawless Bond Girls, a little R&R with 007 resets Octopussy’s moral compass. Maud herself went on to appear in a third Bond film, as an extra in A View to a Kill.
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