. . . sort of. It could be argued that the women who once played "Bond Girls" in Eon Company's Agent 007 series (Maud Adams, Tanya Roberts, and Jill St. John) are just used as "window dressing" at the beginning of this somewhat repetitive documentary short. Be that as it may, here is a rough time-line to the coverage of the first 16 Eon Bonds during this 19-minute piece: 1:00 (a.k.a., the one minute mark) mentions DR. NO by name; 1:15 FROM RUSS1A WITH LOVE, 1:40 GOLDFINGER, 3:30 THUNDERBALL, 4:00 YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE, 5:15 DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER, 5:30 LIVE AND LET DIE, 6:25 THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN, 6:55 THE SPY WHO LOVED ME, 7:45 MOONRAKER, 9:20 FOR YOUR EYES ONLY, 10:45 OCTOPUSSY, 12:10 THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS, 13:10 LICENSE TO KILL, and 13:40 GOLDENEYE (with ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE, the spectacular misfire in which George Lazenby was allowed to perform most of his own stunts as Bond, conspicuously omitted as the sixth Eon Bond film).
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