The Gilbert James Bond action figure stood 12" in height. Although not very maneuverable, the figure sported a spring-activated right hand that 'fired' a small plastic gun. The original figures came attired in a dark blue or black suit and tie.
In 1966-67, the Ideal Toy Company began manufacturing the figures (although the packaging still bore the Gilbert logo). The Ideal Bonds, however, were dressed in swim trunks and white T-shirt, and outfitted with diving gear (probably as a response to 1965's Thunderball).
Also released around 1965 was a doll devoted to Odd Job, the Korean assassin from the film Goldfinger. Two variations of the Odd Job action figure exist - one in a suit and tie, the other wearing a traditional Japanese karate outfit.