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The James Bond 007 Dossier

Bond, James Bond.

27. August 2014 18:09
by m

Bond Girl Lana Wood in Playboy Magazine, 1971

27. August 2014 18:09 by m | 0 Comments

Warning, this post may contain nudity, 18+, not suitable for work.These Playboy pictures appeared in the April 1971 issue, along with Wood's poetry. Lana Wood, in our opinion, is one of the most gorgeous Bond Girls ever, and even though her sister strongly disapproved of Wood's move to pose nude, the publicity was a major reason for her being cast as Bond girl, Plenty O'Toole, in the 1971 James Bond film, Diamonds Are ForeverDiamonds Are Forever.

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The Well-Versed Lana Wood

Natalie’s kid sister —an accomplished actress—adds poetry to her bag

AT THE AGE OF NINE, when most young girls are playing with dolls and exploring the neighborhood on bicycles, Lana Wood was a professional movie actress—filling juvenile roles in films that starred her older sister Natalie. Following in her famous sibling’s footsteps began to pall as Lana reached her mid-teens and she went to work at sales and secretarial jobs —until one day in 1964 when Lana, then 18, was offered a supporting role in a television episode of Dr. Kildare. "After the first day’s shooting, I realized that acting was what I really wanted," Lana recalls. So she chucked her steno pad and plunged into TV full time, landing a succession of meaty parts, including 11 months as a resident of Peyton Place. Despite her ongoing record of independent achievement—she’ll guest on a David Janssen-series pilot film this fall—Lana is still more often than not referred to as “Natalie Wood's little sister." Sister she is, but Lana’s a big girl now and a versatile one as well. Her newest interest is writing highly personal and stylized poems—five of which we publish here for the first lime, accompanied by photos of their bountifully gifted author.

You either do not really know
Or you just do not want to know
You know
And don’t want to tell me.

at a quick glance
are often mistaken for each other.

Feeling down
Falling down
are also
quite the same.

As you raise your head
to look out
to the treetops
you see

breaking up the gray sky
tiny pieces
and your thoughts
are being lifted
and out
scattering in the breeze
the clouds
and then
are brought back down
by the rain
and the monotony
of noise
will pacify
till your fingers hurt
from squeezing
the arm of the chair
and you’ll stop
and you’ll go inside again.

The white unfinished
wall that stands
marked only with
of time
of short experiences
of life
of a few
who have tried to
but still empty
and waiting
for the man
with a full mind
of pictures
who will bring
with him
his colored ideas
and slowly
with soft hands
and deliberate strokes
will draw the warmth
of freedom
and love
upon my mind.

[Source: Playboy Magazine, April 1971, P.100-103. Copyright © 1971 Playboy. All rights reserved.]

The James Bond Playboy Dossiers

The Playboy interview: Ian Fleming - Playboy, December 1964
Ursula Andress Pictorial - Playboy, June 1965
James Bond's Girls - Playboy, November 1965
Interview with Sean Connery, Playboy November 1965
Ursula - Playboy, July 1966
The Girls of "Casino Royale" By Woody Allen - Playboy, February 1967
Bond Girl Kissy Suzuki (Mie Hama) in Playboy Magazine, June 1967
Bond Girl Lana Wood in Playboy Magazine, April 1971
Bond Gets Sainted, Playboy, July 1973
Bond Girl Barbara Bach Pictorial - Playboy, June 1977
Bond Girl Barbara Carrera Acting Beastly Pictorial - Playboy, July 1977
Bond Girls from The Spy Who Loved Me - Penthouse Magazine, August 1977
Be a James Bond Girl - Playboy, June 1979
The Girls of James Bond - Playboy, July 1979
Cover Girl Barbara Bach - Playboy, January 1981
For your Eyes Only - Playboy, June 1981
Bond Girl Maud Adams - Playboy, October 1981
Barbara Carrera, Playboy Magazine, March 1982
Tanya Roberts - Playboy Magazine, October 1982
Cover girl Kim Basinger, Playboy, February 1983
Playboy - Saving Bond's Women - Playboy, July 1983
Grace Jones in Playboy Magazine, July 1985
The Women of 007 - Playboy, September 1987
Licence to Kill's Loti in Playboy, May 1988
Daphne Deckers Proves Tomorrow Never Dies - Playboy, February 1998
Denise Richards - Playboy Magazine, December 2004
Daniel Craig Interview - Playboy USA, November 2008
James Bond Spezial - Playboy Germany, November 2008
007 Special - Playboy Romania, November 2008
James Bond Quantum of Solace - Playboy Argentina, November 2008
Daniel Craig Interview - Playboy Estonia, November 2008
50th anniversary James Bond Special - Playboy Poland, October 2012
Playboy Greece Celebrates 50 years of James Bond - Playboy Greece, November 2012
Playboy's Guide to Living the Life of 007 - Playboy Croatia, November 2012
Playboy Argentina Celebrates 50 years of James Bond 007 - Playboy Argentina, November 2012
Playboy Germany Celebrates 50 years of James Bond 007 - Playboy Germany, November 2012
The Bond Girl and the Playmate - Playboy Italy, August 2014
Playboy Poland James Bond Spectre Special - November 2015
Playboy Mexico James Bond Spectre Special - November 2015
James Bond - Playboy Nederland - December 2015

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