“Don’t waste your appeal, I’m immune,” Pussy Galore warned James Bond in “Goldfinger” (1964), the third and one of the best titles in the 007 saga. Actress Honor Blackman was 38 when she played one of the most memorable Bond girls, Carrier of an undisguised lesbianism despite the fact that, in the end, she fell surrendered to Sean Connery’s masculinity. The actress was already very popular before becoming a pop icon with a unique name: in 1963 she played the goddess Hera in ‘Jason and the Argonauts’ and between 1962 and 1964 she was the agent CathyGale in the legendary British serial ‘The Avengers’.
Blackman died Monday at age 94 of natural causes, as reported by his family to the newspaper ‘The Guardian’. “She had an extraordinary combination of beauty, intelligence, and physical prowess, as well as a unique voice and a dedicated work ethic. Thanks to this, it achieved an iconic status unparalleled in the world of cinema and entertainment, “they recalled.
Born in Essex in 1925, Blackman made a name for herself in British cinema with films like ‘Strange event’, in which he appeared alongside Dirk Bogarde, and ‘The last night of the Titanic’. A judo practitioner, her work on ‘The Avengers’ impressed producer Albert R. Broccoli, who recruited her for the role of the stunt pilot serving as a henchman for the villain Gert Fröbe. Theater and series like ‘Doctor who’ Y ‘Coronation Street’ They made her one of the most beloved actresses in the UK.