A View To A Kill is back on TV screens this weekend and is the perfect time to take a look (but don't touch unless you are as foolish as Russell Harty) at the exotic star.
OO7 has tussled with many beauties over the years but it's unlikely any were a match for him like Miss Jones.
The Jamaican supermodel had already been a major fashion star for 15 years when she played May Day in Roger Moore's final outing as the superspy back in 1985.
Although Bond, probably wisely, preferred the gentler charms of Fiona Fullerton's Pola Ivanova, Jones still made quite an impact.
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Grace Jones with Roger Moore's James Bond
The movie came out the year after her iconic action role in Conan the Destroyer. She played warrior queen Zula dressed in little more than leather and a snarl.
When Olivia D'Arbo's wimpy princess Jehnna asked Zula how to attract and keep a man, the reply terrified and tantalised a whole generation.
With an animal growl she brandished he spear, scowled and growled: “Grab him and take him. Take him like that.”
Jones followed A View To A Kill in 1986 with the erotic horror Vamp.
She unleashed her animal side and powerful sexuality as the monstrous, man-killing Katrina. The foolish man who askes her for a private encore, never lived to tell the tale.
As a singer, Jones also fearlessly experimented with art, sexuality and nudity in her performances throughout her long career. At 69 she continues to push boundaries and strip on stage.
In her sixties she continues to perform topless, daubed in tribal body paint and gyrating a hula hoop, as she belts out classics like Slave to the Rhythm and Pull Up To The Bumper.
Check her out at the Afropunk Festival in 2015 next.
Few pop stars in their sixties would have the guts or glory to go topless in front of thousands of fans.
Of course, no look at Grace Jones in all her glory can ignore THAT seminal television moment from 1980.
The singer and actress was appearing on teh Russell Harty SAhow and took exception when the host turned away from her to speak to one of the other guests.
It's unlikley that any man ever turned his back on this diva again after her jaw-dropping attack on the hapless Harty, live on air.
More than 35 years later, the jaw-dropping moment is still regarded as one of the most shocking moments of live televsion ever.
Poor Harty must have been wisihing he could have sent up a may-day signal fo urgent resuce from James Bond, or anyone else foolish enough to tackle his amazonian attacker.
A VIEW TO A KILL IS ON ITV AT 3.25PM ON SUNDAY, JULY 30