In Dr. No, my favorite was the amazing Italian Luciana Paluzzi, who was one of my favorites at the time as I'd seen her in a number of TV shows and movies. Smokin' Italian!!
Ursula Andress was always awesome, but especially in Dr. No.
Daniela Bianchi was OK in From Russia With Love, but not exceptional to me.
Neither Honor Blackman nor Shirley Eaton impressed me in Thunderball.
German actress Karin Dor definitely impressed me in You Only Live Twice. She also starred in Hitchcock's Topaz as the Cuban resistance member. Very, very sultry!
And of, On Her Majesty's Secret Service had the inimitable Diana Rigg! The smokin' babe of The Avengers Brit TV show.
In Diamonds Are Forever, Lana Wood had the boobs, but Jill St. John had the moves and the heat. Jill all the way!
Live and Let Die introduced Jane Seymour, who had an amazing face. I didn't really get into her until she did a movie with Tom Selleck.
Man With The Golden Gun was more impressive for Christopher Lee than either of the two babes. Britt Ekland was your typical dumb blonde, Maud Adams your typical sultry brunette. OTOH, Maud Adams is the only actress to be a "Bond girl" in TWO Bond movies.
In The Spy Who Loved Me, Barbara Bach was the "good Bond Girl", but she didn't impress me nearly as much as the awesome Caroline Munroe as the "bad Bond Girl". Caroline was a staple of the Hammer horror studios and she was MEGA hot! Unfortunately your appearance in this film was fairly short.
Moonraker had Lois Chiles, a real model and major beauty. She caught my eye all right.
For Your Eyes Only was one of the more boring Bond movies, and none of the three babes - Carole Bouquet, Lynn-Holly Johnson and Cassandra Harris (the 1st Mrs. Pierce Brosnan) - really did it for me.
Octopussy was another not that great Bond film which brought back Maud Adams, but it was Kristina Wayborn as the "bad Bond Girl" who really smoked in her sex scene with Bond.
A View To a Kill had Tanya Roberts and Grace Jones. Neither impressed me, although Tanya, a former Charlie's Angel, was nice looking, and Grace Jones had the animal attraction that was her trademark.
The Living Daylights had Maryam D'Abo - beautiful but not so hot.
License to Kill had Carey Lowell - not so hot - Talisa Soto - who was smokin' hot - and Priscilla Barnes who was an earlier fav of mine who used to be on "Three's Company". Best was Talisa.
GoldenEye had Izabella Scorupco who was major gorgeous, naturally as she was a hot model, and Famke Janssen, noted for her LONG LONG legs and her orgasms as she killed guys with them. Both of these babes worked for me.
Tomorrow Never Dies didn't work for me as one of the better Bond movies, but it had Michelle Yeoh and Teri Hatcher. I hadn't seen Hatcher in a while and her appearance was short lived in the movie. I think this was the first time I'd see Michelle Yeoh, but she is one of my favorite Asian babes now. Really classy woman, hot, and a great actress.
The World Is Not Enough is actually one Bond movie I've not seen and the DVD is sitting on my desk as I type this to be watched. Nonetheless it had Sophie Marceau and Denise Richards, both major beauties. Unfortunately it has Denise as a nuclear scientist, which just blew the critics minds. I'd seen Denise in "The Saint" (which DVD is also sitting on my desk) so I thought she was OK. I've never seen Sophie before but she has the sultry thing down.
Die Another Day had Halle Berry and Rosamund Pike. Halle is Halle, of course, always hot. But Rosamund Pike REALLY caught my eye. She has one of the most beautiful faces in Britain IMNSHO. I'd like to see more of her. I haven't seen Doom yet in which she appeared.
Casino Royale (the latest, not the original comedy) had Eva Green and Caterina Murino, both major babes, but Caterina smoked Eva for hot, possibly more due to their roles than normally since Eva was playing hard to get while Caterina was up for an immediate roll in the hay with Bond even though married.
Quantum of Solace had Olga Kurylenko and Gemma Arterton. The latter is now a major name, but in this movie her sex appeal was limited and her role shorter. Olga smoked her big time! Having see Olga in "Hitman" and "Max Payne", this is one model who is going to do well in movies.
Did any of you know that the original "Casino Royale" was actually a US TV show broadcast in 1954? I just discovered this:
"The screen debut of James Bond 007, broadcast live on CBS television in the U.S. on October 21, 1954 as part of the "Climax Mystery Theater." Running time: 50 minutes.
Starring Barry Nelson as Jimmy Bond, Linda Christian as the Bond girl, Peter Lorre as the villain, Le Chiffre, with Michael Pate as Clarence Leiter.
In a nationality twist, "Jimmy Bond" is a CIA agent, and "Clarence Leiter" is Bond's British ally."
And there is the James Bond spoof version of "Casino Royale" which brought back Ursula Andress as well as Joanna Pettet, Deborah Kerr, Jacqueline Bisset and Barbara Bouchet. The latter, Ms. Bouchet, a hot starlet at the time, was seriously smokin'.
And finally we have the "dueling Bond", Sean Connery in "Never Say Never Again" which appeared in theaters at the same time as the "regular" Bond movie "Octopussy", which had Kim Basinger and Barbara Carrera. Both were gorgeous and hot.
Of all the Bond babes, I'd say Diana Rigg and Olga Kurylenko are probably my favorites, a duo spanning forty years, with Rosamund Pike being the third runner up.