Obviously Sean Connery was still hanging in there, hair-wise, when he appeared on What’s My Line? in October ’65. (Sidney Lumet‘s The Hill has about to open stateside while Connery was shooting A Fine Madness.) His thatch was thinning or receding a bit, but not to the extent that anyone outside of Harry Saltzman or Cubby Broccoli would call “a problem.” It shows you how rigid the machismo standards were back then. Anything less than a full head of thick hair would reflect badly on 007’s manliness, or something like that. To the best of my knowledge Connery appeared with his own hair in Dr. No and From Russia With Love, but became a rug-man with the shooting of Goldfinger.