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The James Bond 007 Dossier

Bond, James Bond.

20. March 2014 20:41
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For your Eyes Only - Playboy June 1981

20. March 2014 20:41 by m | 0 Comments

The eye-popping girls from the new James Bond Film, plus Playboy's own Bond-contest discovery, Gorgeous Robbin Young.

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For Your Eyes OnlyFor Your Eyes Only

A dossier on some of the divine creatures from the latest James Bond film For Your Eyes OnlyFor Your Eyes Only.

For Your Eyes OnlyFor Your Eyes Only is the 12th in the series of 007 adventures. The exact details of the plot are, as usual, a matter of international security, to be revealed on a need-to-know basis at the proper time and with a side order of popcorn. It seems that this time out, James Bond must locate a top-secret naval device that has been lost in the depths of the sea. somewhere off the Greek-Albanian coast. Agent 007 encounters a Greek millionaire whose idea of a good time is tying Bond to a young girl (Carole Bouquet), then tossing the two of them to the sharks. The chase leads Bond to Italy's ski resort Cortina d’Ampezzo, where he meets a figure skater played by figure skater Lynn Holly Johnson. Need we say more? Oh, yes. For those of you who rely on the Bond movies to tease you with state-of-the-art automobiles, there is a Lotus Esprit Turbo—with extras, no doubt. For those of you who rely on the Bond movies to tease you with state-of-the-art women, just keep reading.

Naturally, For Your Eyes OnlyFor Your Eyes Only features the usual bevy of beauties we've come to expect from Bond. This year's collection includes (top photo, from left, front row) Viva, Vanya, Kim Mills and Lalla Dean. Flanking Roger Moore are Lizzie Warville (left) and Alison Worth. Carole Bouquet is shown taking a dip with 007 at left.

By now, you are familiar with the recipe for a James Bond film. First a beautiful woman, then a fight scene. Next another world-class woman, then a car chase. Then another stunning lady, followed by an underwater scene or maybe some ski footage. Judging from the stills above, both shot in Cortina, Italy, this 007 movie is as action-packed as its predecessors. As though we would get bored looking at the likes of Lizzie Worville (below left) and Max Vesterholt (below right). Warville was born in England— appropriately. Her favorite activities—water-skiing, wind-surfing, tennis and horseback riding—seem to qualify her for the pace of an action epic. Vesterholt is a native New Yorker who claims that her ambition is to rule the world, or at least half of it.

The Bond beauties are truly women of the world. Tula Cossey (left) was born in Rome but now resides in London, where she works as a model, takes care of her tropical fish and occasionally escapes for a camping holiday. Kim Mills (right) was born in England, educated in a convent and now keeps a flat in London. She spends her leisure time reading science fiction, which may explain how she wound up in a Bond extravaganza. The thing with the funny arms and legs (above) is not the creature from the Michelin tire ads. It's not even a clone of R2-D2. It is a villain, dressed in the latest in deep-sea-diving formalwear.

Ice-skating star Lynn-Holly Johnson makes a special appearance as Bibi in the new Bond film. That's Lynn in bed below. Needless to say, she also skates and skis in the film. On the beach at Corfu, Claus, one of the villains (Charles Dance), tries to wipe Bond out with a dune buggy (bottom).

That's what we call a hit-and-run holiday.

PLAYBOY was happy to cooperate with United Artists in sponsoring a contest for aspiring Bond beauties. Robbin Young, the lucky winner, flew from her home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Cortina, where she met producer Albert R. Broccoli (above left) and Roger Moore (above right), who gave her acting tips. Robbin has a small part in Eyes Only as a flower-shop salesgirl. She wrote to us about it:

"I filmed for four days. I would usually shoot from noon until three am. The rest of the time I watched. I was nervous, but once the camera started, I loved it. I knew I was a ham. Someone asked me for my autograph. I almost died. I was so happy. Thank you for giving me a beautiful experience and a lasting memory" The pleasure was all ours, Robbin. We expect to see a good deal more of you.

[Source: Playboy Magazine, June 1981. Copyright © 1981 Playboy. All rights reserved.]

The James Bond Playboy Dossiers

The Playboy interview: Ian Fleming - Playboy, December 1964
Ursula Andress Pictorial - Playboy, June 1965
James Bond's Girls - Playboy, November 1965
Interview with Sean Connery, Playboy November 1965
Ursula - Playboy, July 1966
The Girls of "Casino Royale" By Woody Allen - Playboy, February 1967
Bond Girl Kissy Suzuki (Mie Hama) in Playboy Magazine, June 1967
Bond Girl Lana Wood in Playboy Magazine, April 1971
Bond Gets Sainted, Playboy, July 1973
Bond Girl Barbara Bach Pictorial - Playboy, June 1977
Bond Girl Barbara Carrera Acting Beastly Pictorial - Playboy, July 1977
Bond Girls from The Spy Who Loved Me - Penthouse Magazine, August 1977
Be a James Bond Girl - Playboy, June 1979
The Girls of James Bond - Playboy, July 1979
Cover Girl Barbara Bach - Playboy, January 1981
For your Eyes Only - Playboy, June 1981
Bond Girl Maud Adams - Playboy, October 1981
Barbara Carrera, Playboy Magazine, March 1982
Tanya Roberts - Playboy Magazine, October 1982
Cover girl Kim Basinger, Playboy, February 1983
Playboy - Saving Bond's Women - Playboy, July 1983
Grace Jones in Playboy Magazine, July 1985
The Women of 007 - Playboy, September 1987
Licence to Kill's Loti in Playboy, May 1988
Daphne Deckers Proves Tomorrow Never Dies - Playboy, February 1998
Denise Richards - Playboy Magazine, December 2004
Daniel Craig Interview - Playboy USA, November 2008
James Bond Spezial - Playboy Germany, November 2008
007 Special - Playboy Romania, November 2008
James Bond Quantum of Solace - Playboy Argentina, November 2008
Daniel Craig Interview - Playboy Estonia, November 2008
50th anniversary James Bond Special - Playboy Poland, October 2012
Playboy Greece Celebrates 50 years of James Bond - Playboy Greece, November 2012
Playboy's Guide to Living the Life of 007 - Playboy Croatia, November 2012
Playboy Argentina Celebrates 50 years of James Bond 007 - Playboy Argentina, November 2012
Playboy Germany Celebrates 50 years of James Bond 007 - Playboy Germany, November 2012
The Bond Girl and the Playmate - Playboy Italy, August 2014
Playboy Poland James Bond Spectre Special - November 2015
Playboy Mexico James Bond Spectre Special - November 2015
James Bond - Playboy Nederland - December 2015

 
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