Where would James Bond be without Dr.No, Goldfinger or the statuesque May Day? Agent 007 may be a hero, but in this new exhibit in the US capital the bad guys are the stars of the show.
View of an exhibit at the "Bond Villains: The Reality Behind the Evil" exhibition at the Spy Museum in Washington on November 16, 2012. ©AFP PHOTO/Fabienne FAUR
"Exquisitely Evil: 50 years of Bond Villains," which opened Friday for a two-year run at the International Spy Museum, recounts a half century of these infamous adversaries, from Dr. No in the 1962 film of the same name, to Raoul Silva in "Skyfall," the just-released 23rd Bond film.
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