Lois “Doctor Holly Goodhead” Chiles was, in my opinion, one of the finest Bond Girls ever. She now teaches drama at the University of Texas, but occasionally turns up in films, such as this one: Kettle of Fish (2006). It stars Matthew Modine but, more importantly, it also stars Gina Gershon.
As part of my continuing project to catalogue what Bond Girls did next, I was going to feature Lana “Plenty O’Toole” Wood in Satan’s Mistress (aka Fury of the Succubus, aka Demon Rage) (1982, USA). Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a single shot on the internet which didn’t involve Lana’s enormous breasts. This isn’t that kind of blog, so you’ll have to make do with the poster.
It should however be noted that the demons in the film are played by Britt “Goodnight” Ekland and Kabir “Gobinda” Bedi.
Zena “Miss Taro” Marshall as Sylvia Lund in 1967’s The Terrornauts. It’s a British sci-fi film about first contact, co-starring Patricia Hayes and Charles Hawtrey. When I say “sci-fi”, don’t count on there being much “sci”.
Zena passed away last year, incidentally, at the age of 83.
Since finding that Claudine Auger/Barbara Bach picture, I’ve been looking for other Bond Girls post-007. Here’s Mie “Kissy Suzuki” Hama in King Kong Escapes, playing a character called “Madam Piranha”.
Claudine “Domino” Auger provides some major lesbonic vibes with Barbara “Anya” Bach in Black Belly of the Tarantula (1971). The film also features Giancarlo “Mathis” Giannini and Barbara “Moneypenny” Bouchet (as a nymphomaniac murder victim). The overdose of Bond alumni is almost enough to make me want to see it.