50 years of Bond villains: How 007’s fiendish foes changed to reflect the times

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The James Bond franchise, celebrating its 50th year in films this month, has always done one thing exceptionally well: Create really good bad guys. And like lapels and hemlines, Bond’s dastardly villains change with the times.

“My favorite has always been the classic Bond villains from the 1960s – you know, Goldfinger, Dr. No, Blofeld, Largo – the really kind of larger-than-life megalomaniac power-hungry villains who have absurd plans for blowing up Fort Knox,” media historian and James Bond fan Professor James Chapman, University of Leicester, told FOX411. (read more at FoxNews.com)

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