Ian Fleming’s “For Your Eyes Only”, published in 1960, is a collection of five short stories. Though short, the stories add a lot of depth to the character of 007. Watchers of the 1981 Roger Moore flick of the same name will see that the writers took the plots of the second and fourth stories (“For Your Eyes Only” and “Risico”) and combined them to make Moore’s film.
For Your Eyes Only (1981) is the twelfth spy film in the James Bond series and the fifth to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. It marked the directorial debut of John Glen, who had worked as editor and second unit director in three other Bond films. The screenplay by Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson takes its characters and combines the plots from two short stories from Ian Fleming's For Your Eyes Only collection: the title story and "Risico".