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SNL's Lost Bond Girls, From Annie Hall to Penny Marshall

Photo of Caryn James By Caryn James | James on Screens October 7, 2012 at 10:03AM

Daniel Craig was game as host of SNL, but he was seriously underused and put into some of the worst-written sketches in recent memory, including an excruciatingly long one in which he was a construction worker with a mangled vocabulary of cat calls. He had better material – but not much more to do – in a Bond sketech; he was there, after all, to promote Skyfall.
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Daniel Craig was game as host of SNL, but he was seriously underused and put into some of the worst-written sketches in recent memory, including an excruciatingly long one in which he was a construction worker with a mangled vocabulary of cat calls. He had better material – but not much more to do – in a Bond sketech; he was there, after all, to promote Skyfall.

Here’s SNL’s collection of little-known Bond girls, including Diane Keaton in her Annie Hall days, Lea Michele, and Fred Armisen as a gold-painted Penny Marshall (recreating his impression from her recent book video).

You can find the best non-Craig, political sketches here.

This article is related to: SNL, Daniel Craig, Skyfall, Bond girls, Fred Armisen, Diane Keaton, Lea Michele, Penny Marshall

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