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With Basil Seal and Mrs P musing at length on double-naught spies, the Irish Elk chapter of the RCBfA submits for your consideration one of the preeminent Bond Girls, arguably 1A to Daniela Bianchi's 1.
She played Tilly Masterson in Goldfinger. Her character was dispatched by a lethally-thrown bowler hat.
That was pretty much it for her acting career. She said:
"If you're only going to make one movie in life, then why not 'Goldfinger?'"