Entertainment: Ursula Andress: "I am disappointed and above all angry with the bond makers"

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She twisted millions of men and is still considered a cult star today! In 1962 Ursula Andress (86) celebrated her big "James Bond" debut. On the side of none other than Sean Connery († 90) she mimiced the sexy lover of the secret agent in the film "James Bond hunts Dr. No" and became the world star's Bond girl.

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especially the scene, in which Andress in white bikini with blonde hair and lascivious look out of the sea, all "007" fans are still speechless. No wonder that Ursula was even voted "Best Bond Girl of ever" from the "Empire Magazine" in 2006. However, the 86-year-old himself looks back on her past and now even criticizes the creators of the "James Bond" films. Your Browser Does Not Support This Video

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Bond-Girl Ursula Andress: "I have never received recognition" Ursula Andress: As the first bond girl of all time, she earned so much

for her role as a bond girl, Andress at the time earned around $ 10,000-even though the film recorded almost $ 60 million into the box office and so one The most profitable Bond films ever was! A scandal, as Ursula Andress made clear to "Bild": "Sean and I played great at the time. If the first bond had been unsuccessful, there would have been no further film. I know that Sean saw it the same way." Finally, she added: "I thank the fans for this recognition! But I am tired of Bond and don't want to keep dealing with it."

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