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originally posted by: Sillyolme
When I was a little girl in NYC I used to pretend I was on missions with Simon Templer. I went up on roofs and down into unknown cellars but I was brave because dreamy Roger Moore aka Simon was with me.
We had a lot of missions on my churches grounds because it was very large and had buildings that looked like European buildings and lots of winding walkways that became roads for me and my motorcycle.
My dad was a big big James Bond fan. Pretty sure he watched for the beautiful woman. When he came to the movies with us it was almost always a James Bond film.
I loved the cool inventions, the cars and little helicopters I wished I had. I didn't care about weapons but being a diva I was fascinated when one evil woman had poison lipstick....
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: gortex
That is stellar advice for both stage and screen!
What a character! He was very much into animal rights as well, for all that he had a tendency to come across in film as one of those upper crust twits who like crushing fox skulls with their boots. Actually a sweet hearted, kindly chap.
originally posted by: uncommitted
Surprised no one has mentioned that he spent many, many years of his life as a champion of UNICEF, a real star.