There are Ursula, Britt, Diane, Jill . . . and then there's Maud. With a knack for playing skinister agents, Maud Adams is most famous for her performances in the James Bond series. The only of the Bond bombshells to appear in more than two of the 007 flicks, Maud headlined in The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) and Octopussy (1983) and made a brief appearance as an extra in a crowd scene in A View to a Kill (1985). In The Man with the Golden Gun, Roger Moore's wanking weapon is cocked and ready to fire at his curvaceous co-star as she reveals just a bit of boob and slip of a nip peeking out of the shower. Although less skinful, Maud is deliciously juicy in Octopussy, featuring a flash of back flesh and her palatable, sweet, Swedish seat before wrapping herself in a towel after a sensuous swim. In between bonding with Roger Moore, Adams gave Bruce Dern a turn in the colorfully erotic Tattoo (1981). Maud's Adams and Eve are in full view as turned-on tattoo artist Bruce erotically paints her entire length of loveliness. Her tats are fantastic. Her rear will endear. But Maud's monstrous mound steals the show with its beautiful, bushy bounty. Before all the Bondage and body modification, as a miss Maud debuted her shapely two in The Girl in Blue (1973). Today, Maud continues to court her career as a Bond girl, attending autograph conventions like Spy Fest annually. With a flick of her pen and flash of her smile, Maud still knows how to load a man's gun.