55 Stunningly Beautiful Actresses From The ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s

Ursula Andress

Now this could be one you might not have hear of, I know I hadn’t. But one look at those beautiful eyes and I knew she had to be on the list, plus she played the very first Bond girl, Honey Ryder in the 1962 release of Dr. No. Interestingly, just five years later she appeared in the Bond-parody film, Casino Royale. She worked into the late 90’s but has since fallen out of the spotlight.

Sophia Loren

Miss Sophia Loren began her career at the young age of 15 in Italy where her natural beauty was immediately recognized at a beauty pageant. Her first international film, The Pride and Passion, was released in 1956 by Paramount. Her thick Italian accent only added to her appeal and before long she had a list of achievements a mile long, including an Academy Award, five Golden Globes and a Grammy.

Jacqueline Bisset

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Photo: dailymail

Making her film debut in 1965, Jacqueline Bisset and her sparkling green eyes made a serious impression on studio executives all over Hollywood. Just two years later, she appeared in the James Bond film, Casino Royale, and the following year Bisset made an appearance in the hit movie Bullit with Steve McQueen.

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