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007 Film: The Living Daylights (1987)
Actress: Virginia Hey
Bond connection: Rubavitch is the mistress of KGB chief General Pushkin whom she accompanies to the North African Trade Convention in Tangiers, Morocco. She is in in the hotel room when James Bond confronts Pushkin about the KGB plot "Smiert Spionam" (Death to Spies). When Pushkin alerts his bodyguard outside the room Bond partially strips Rubavitch, leaving her topless and only wearing white panties to distract the guard while Bond knocks him out. When Pushkin seemingly dies, Rubavitch shows enormous grief but is then relieved when she finds out he faked his death.
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