BLOGATHON… Thanks and a Wrap Up for Other Than A Bond Girl Blogathon


Definitely the final day and wrap-up, but remember there is always more to come…


The final posts that tributed eight out of twelve of these actresses who starred with all of the Bond actors.



Yesterday, my co-host from Pale Writer, Gabriela and I had four entries for this blogathon making the grand total nine so far… so today is the promised final wrap-up. And the good news is that overnight, we had a few more bonus entries celebrating those Bond girls in those non-James Bond movies… and here they are.

But don’t be sad as this may be the last day, but you might want to know that next year we are planning to revisit this film franchise once again. This time we are thinking of tributing to those who starred as James Bond villains and villainesses. But please don’t send your requests as we will be ironing out the details next year…

We’ve had the honour of 12 lovely bloggers joining the fun over four days (so far). I am happy to announce that every Bond actor has had one of his Bond girl co-star actresses honoured in a fabulous tribute. So which of our lovely dozen we first selected – HERE – has been tributed you ask… (unless you’ve been a devoted reader of all three posts.

We’ve had a Sean Connery‘s Bond girl and SPECTRE honeypot, Luciana Paluzzi.

George Lazenby‘s on-screen James Bond wife, Diana Rigg was reviewed in five reviews showing just a fraction of this actress’ fabulous talent…

The many, many Bond Girls of Roger Moore were represented by Caroline Munro and Barbara Bach both from one James Bond film but reviewed in two very different movies…

…and Timothy Dalton‘s films by the lovely, Carey Lowell

Also, those actresses in James Bond films with Pierce Brosnan inspired both a TV character review with Teri Hatcher and a feature film review featuring Sophie Marceau

… And last but not least Daniel Craig was honoured with a Monica Bellucci review…

Now for those thanks of all sorts… Readers, thanks for joining Gabriela and me for the last few days. Also for your never-ending support in reading these posts, adding your comments and for all your likes and retweets for these posts on social media.

Also thanks to the fabulous bloggers who joined us, and for contributing such wonderful and unique reviews. I’ve enjoyed reading every one of these posts, and you should have a comment from me and if you don’t check your spam…

If you are planning to read all of these posts too, click on these blue links to reach…

Day 1

Day 2

and Day 3

If you are reading this and are keen to join a blogathon, keep your eyes on both our blogs towards the end of the year. This is as not only do Gabriela and I have another one planned for this year, but I am making another blogathon announcement at the end of August.

I’d finally like to thank my fabulous co-host Gabriela for joining me in this blogathon and for her help in making this blogathon a runaway success.

And now for the last of these posts…


A Shroud of Thoughts brings The Assassination Bureau (1969) with an encore post for Diana Rigg with the fifth of her movies and TV reviews…


Vinnie H brings us a Timothy Dalton Bond film co-star, Carey Lowell from Licence to Kill with The Guardian (1990)…


and finally, Diary of A Movie Maniac concludes this blogathon with Caveman (1981) starring Barbara Bach who starred in The Spy Who Loved Me with Roger Moore.


And that’s all folks, and join Gabriela and me later this year for our blogathon to… a famous Canadian, who may or may not have worked with a Bond girl or actor… and it’s not William Shatner.


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