08 October 2012 06:13 AM | By Maureen O'Hare
Bond's Greatest Villains

Auric Goldfinger & Oddjob: Goldfinger (1964)

Auric Goldfinger & Oddjob: Goldfinger (1964) (© Rex Features)
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The impressively named Gert Fröbe plays the even more wonderfully named title character Auric Goldfinger (right) in the 1964 classic. The gold magnate is out to detonate an atomic bomb in Fort Knox and is assisted by his henchman Oddjob (Harold Sataka - left) and his lethal bowler hat.

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