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A Ranking Of Every Damn Bond Villain By Hotness

Henchmen not included.

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1. Le Chiffre, Casino Royale

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Columbia Pictures

Le Chiffre works the mysterious bad-boy angle flawlessly. He's soft-spoken, cool(ish) under pressure, and with those "unique" tears, he proves he might have a sensitive side after all.

2. Max Zorin, A View to A Kill

MGM / UA Entertainment

Shockingly hot, Max Zorin deserves his spot on this list. It’s hard to tell if it’s the coiffed hair, the peaches-and-cream skin, or red pocket square, but we're gonna say it's all of those things combined.

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3. Gustav Graves, Die Another Day

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

A classic pretty boy, Gustav Graves tops a smug mug with a well-mastered preppy side swoop. However, it should be noted that Gustav’s hotness is not a natural blessing. Originally Tan-Sun Moon, his babely face is really an expensive investment.

4. Alec Trevelyan, GoldenEye

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Few things are hotter than a rebel with a cause, and Alex is no exception. Unfortunately, he double-crossed the good guys, and his face is really paying for it. Even with half of his face burned off, he is still freakishly hot.

5. Dr. Julius No, Dr. No

United Artists

The first Bond movie villain, Dr. No’s high collar and even hairline have helped this villain achieve a pretty high spot on the list. He’s a composed hottie, and does a fine job of setting the bar for future Bond villains.

6. Elektra King, The World is Not Enough

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Sure, Elektra is a total babe and on another list, might be No. 1. But have you seen what her boyfriend looks like? They say when you’re with someone, you’re with everyone they’ve ever been with, and Renard is not the kind of guy I’d want to get that close to.

7. Mr. White, Casino Royale

MGM/ Columbia Pictures

A swanky old guy, Mr. White is pretty hot for a debtor. You would think by his age, he would figure out how to avoid such obviously sticky situations, but some men never grow up.

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8. Renard, The World is Not Enough

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Though to most people he's a totally gross-looking dude, he makes up for it by treating his lady with love and respect. Not every guy would create total chaos so his lover can monopolize the oil market. Though not hot in the traditional sense, Renard gets points for chivalry.

9. Emilio Largo, Thunderball

United Artists

Probably the hottest villain following Dr. No, Emilio and his eye patch are a suave pair. He’s got the kind of evil swag that makes you hope he treats you to a $15 cocktail before disposing of you.

10. Francisco Scaramanga, The Man with the Golden Gun

United Artists

The man wielding the golden gun also wields a certain charm. His relative “chill” (dude is surrounded by plants and is just trying to turn a mean profit) allows him to be one of the more attractive villains.

11. Elliot Carver, Tomorrow Never Dies

MGM

Oh Dr. Carver, you diabolical man. Not only did he age well, but he held the control of something even more powerful than an army or a couple of armed bafoons: the media.

12. Raoul Silva, Skyfall

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures / Columbia Pictures

Had a lot of potential, but fell in with a bad crowd. This is a friendly reminder to stay on the straight and narrow, kids. Otherwise, you might end up like this:

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13. Dominic Greene, Quantum of Solace

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Columbia Pictures

If you like a man who looks constantly alarmed and has beady black eyes that look into the cavern where a man’s soul should be, then Dominic Greene is for you.

14. General Orlov, Octopussy

MGM

A bad boy in uniform, General Orlov isn’t too hard on the eyes. He’s got that classic bad-guy thing going on, and it’s easy to fall in love with those baby blues. Otherwise, we’ve got a relatively unremarkably-looking villain.

15. Aristotle Kristatos, For Your Eyes Only

United Artists

This guy could be your dad’s coworker that comes over to dinner at your house and has a really hard time interacting with you, but his mustache is on point so you’re like, sure pass me the green beans Mr. Kristatos.

16. Dr. Kananga, Live and Let Die

United Artists

He’s got big ambition and a charming smile. Dr. Kananga is gorgeous, as long as you avoid making eye contact and put out of your mind that he's, hmm, EVIL.

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17. General Georgi Koskov, The Living Daylights

MGM

Any man with slicked-back hair and a poorly chosen cravat can’t possibly find himself higher than this on the hottest villain list. This hair style is neither hot, nor threatening enough to compensate for the lack of style.

18. Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Multiple Bond Films

MGM

A quintessential villain, it’s possible that amateurs may confuse him with our other favorite cat-loving villain (y'know, rhymes with Roctor Reevil) but it was Ernst’s egg head that came first.

19. Franz Sanchez, License to Kill

MGM

Franz was probably pretty hot in high school, but all of the negativity in his life (and the cigars) have affected how he’s aged. He’s got a pretty decent tailor but a barber and an exfoliating facial would probably have benefitted this guy’s status on the hottie list.

20. Hugo Drax, Moonraker

United Artists

It’s hard to determine what is the most impressive: Hugo’s widow’s peak, his mustache/goatee/soul patch combo, or his elitist idea that he is qualified to conduct a eugenics experiment. Sorry, Hugo, but I just don’t know if you’re hot enough to be that selective.

23. Brad Whitaker, The Living Daylights

MGM

He's just decidedly not hot. The kind of guy that laughs at his own jokes, Brad Whitaker seems like the kind of guy who has spent years unsuccessfully trying to overcompensate.

24. Auric Goldfinger, Goldfinger

United Artists

Arguably the least hot bond villain. Luckily, Sean Connery is extra dreamy in this film so our eyes aren’t constantly overcome by this outrageous color scheme.

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