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Free download ¸ Roger Moore as James Bond 007 102 Þ To tie in with the release of his first James Bond film Live and Let Die Roger Moore agreed to keep a day by day diary throughout the film’s production which was published just ahead of the premiere in July 1973 From the previous October when he was unveiled as the new 007 throuTo tie in with the release of his first James Bond film Live and Let Die Roger Moore agreed to keep a day by day diary throughout the film’s production which was published just ahead of the premiere in July 1973 From the previous October when he was unveiled as the new 007 through to his first scenes on location in New Orleans. Sir Roger Moore a jewel of the EON crown he was undoubtedly the best ambassador of the 007 series and even Daniel Craig has strong feelings about this gentleman and his first movie in the guise of James Bond 007In this book Roger Moore relates about his adventures filming the Live and let die his debut for the 007 series and his does this in his usual wicked way for anybody wanting the dirt on anybody I am afraid Roger Moore is not your writer he does not mention anything that could cause any scandal or insultThis book is a beautiful re print in Hardcover and some decent attention has been given with his friend and Felix Leiter from LALD as introductory for the new release of this biographyThe stories will not be as grand if you'd expect them to be Moore is a gentleman and keeps the tone light and informative He makes being a movie star look like a simple thing but his charisma made him the popular person he still is today His 007 movie starting with this one seem to be so much fun today with the franchise taking an darker course currently Roger and his antics represent a time in which the world was friendlier and simpler and making a 007 movie cost 8 million and this one delivered 128 plus million so clearly a large profitI can never hear enough from Roger but with his demise we are left to his oeuvre of movies and books that have been released He shall be sorely missed Thank you for another few hours of Roger Moore

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Rs Moore offers the reader an unusually candid amusing and hugely insightful behind the scenes look into the world’s most successful film franchise Never before and never since has a 007 himself written such a book and this new limited edition will introduce the next generation of Bond fans to Roger Moore’s extraordinary lega. Since this is just back in print after 45 years I was excited to take a look This is the best insight we'll ever get into the day to day mechanics of a Bond production and who else but Roger Moore would do it On that basis it is interesting to see how the proverbial trains ran back then Moore is as ever self deprecating and funny The book is somewhat disclaimed as being 45 years old so some language that would never fly remains intact which is nothing if not interesting However even as a hardcore Bond fan this did get dull as it is just someone's diary I also wish Moore had picked it up again when the movie came out but I guess that's nitpicking because I know it was successful I guess I really wish that Moore had done this for the next six movies but you can't have everything

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Roger Moore as James Bond 007And his final shot in New York Moore describes his whirlwind journey as cinema’s most famous secret agent Taking in the sights of Jamaica before returning to Pinewood Studios Moore’s razor wit and uniue brand of humour is ever present With tales from every location including his encounters with his co stars and key crew membe. Roger Moore's James Bond Diary by Roger MooreRoger Moore's James Bond Diary is an account of his filming the movie Live and Let Die and was published in 1973 The book opens with an acknowledgment to Sean Connery with whom Moore has been friends for many years I would also like to thank Sean Connery – with whom it would not have been possibleThis pun really sums Sir Rodge up and sets the tone for the rest of the bookBeing a big Bond fan and also a big Sir Rodge fan check out his recent books and autobiography they’re very good I picked up this curiosity of a book from eBay for a couple of pounds Its written in his usual dry and witty style and was thoroughly entertaining There’s not a great deal of depth to it for example there were no profound insights into his acting method characterisation effect of working on location on relationships and family etc rather its a straightforward account of filming a Bond movie; the day to day grind pressures and frustrations What I picked up from the book is Rodge knows everyone; to him networking and socialising is critical and he probably rather enjoys it He’s a professional he turns up for work delivers his lines and is clearly doing a job which he loves He seems to be prone to illness both real and imagined He understands the value of money and how much he is worth He uses humour to try to put others and possibly himself at ease and he definitely doesn't take himself too seriouslyYou get the impression that Rodge was rather shocked at being cast as Bond especially as he was in his mid forties at the time Bond is portrayed in his early to mid thirties in the books and in real life Sir Rodge is definitely not an action hero So in summary a light hearted and easy read which records each day’s shooting and includes insights into the other activities which occur when the cameras stop turning