25 best James Bond villains ever

Our rundown of James Bond's fiercest foes, from hat-chucking henchmen to triple-nippled assassins. Pay attention, 007!

Dr Julius No (Dr No, 1962)

The first cinematic Bond villain set the template for those to come, with his Nehru jacket, sadistic predilections and physical deformity (he sports metal hands, a consequence of fiddling around with radioactive material).
 He also has a taste for the finer things in life – following the theft of Goya's portrait of the Duke of Wellington, production designer Ken Adam cheekily slipped it into the background in Dr No's lair.

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