Martine Beswick used her natural talents to stir James Bond's martini. She debuted as one of the dancing girls in the credits of Dr. No (1962), followed that with an actual role in From Russia with Love (1963), and continued on to Thunderball (1965). From secret agents the buxom brunette beauty went primeval with roles in One Million Years B.C. (1966) and Prehistoric Women (1967). That led to B-movie obscurity until the late '80s, when Martine landed roles on both Days of Our Lives and the prime-time soap Falcon Crest. Magnificent Martine has been absent from the entertainment industry since 1995, but she left us with some great mammaries. Martine took what may have been the most important role of the '80s as Xaviera Hollander herself in The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood (1980), which called for a great deal of boobage, and Martine delivered with glee. It wasn't her sole skin, of course. You can catch Martine feeling herself up in Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971). It's what any brainiac nerd-boy scientist would do if suddenly blessed with Martine's luscious rack.