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Uncategorized | September 24, 2018

Sean Connery doing a handstand for Ursula Andress on the set of "Dr No." 

Source: Reddit

Suck it, Trebek! Sean Connery, the manliest Scotsman of '60s cinema, just had to show off for piping-hot Swiss miss Ursula Andress on set, didn't he? Dr. No (1962) was the first James Bond movie, and Honey Ryder (Andress), who unforgettably emerged from the ocean in the white bikini pictured here, is considered the first cinematic Bond Girl. Andress' character as written by Ian Fleming in the novel was slightly different -- in the book, her name is Honeychile Rider, and she wasn't wearing a bikini (or even a one-piece) when she met agent 007. In another tweak to make the movie watchable, all of Andress' dialogue was dubbed by voiceover specialist Nikki van der Zyl. Ursula may have been easy on the eyes, but her harsh Swiss accent was murder on the ears.

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Josh Robertson is a freelance writer who lives in the past -- and likes it there. He's a former Playboy and Yahoo! Internet Life editor and current social media whiz/hack. He prefers Martin Denny to Herb Alpert, still reads his Kurtzman-era Mad magazines, thinks margarita mix is an abomination and believes Lazenby was the second-best Bond, deal with it.