Actor Roger Moore, who played suave secret agent James Bond between 1973 and 1985, has died at age 89. His adventures brought us many memorable action scenes and outfits -- and of course, countless cool gadgets.
"For Your Eyes Only" was a deliberately grittier outing for Roger Moore. That meant fewer gadgets -- although Bond and Q did use a computer system called the Identigraph to build up a picture of a mysterious assassin.
Roger Moore and tennis star Vijay Amritraj (left) check out the latest kit from quartermaster Q (Desmond Llewelyn) in "Octopussy". Among Q's inventions are a high-tech version of the classic Indian rope trick.
Actor Louis Jourdan with the Faberge egg at the heart of "Octopussy". Little does he know it contains a listening device and homing beacon, which pairs with Bond's Seiko watch and weaponised Mont Blanc fountain pen.