Roger Moore: His Films and Career

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Robert Hale, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 336 pages
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Most famous as suave sleuth Simon Templar in the 1960s, Roger Moore hung up his halo and in 1973 stepped into the shoes of James Bond 007 for a blockbusting seven adventures—making him one of the most recognizable faces in the world. His wicked sense of humor and raised eyebrow have endeared him to both peers and fans alike. Authors Gareth Owen and Oliver Bayan offer the full story of his films and career, punctuated with memories and anecdotes from the man himself. With almost 100 rare photographs, including many from Moore's own collection, Roger Moore: His Films and Career offers an insight into the world of the intensely private actor and tireless charity worker.

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A good, solid biography of Sir Roger Moore - filled with anecdotes and his trademark wit, this is a good read but could have been more thorough. Read full review

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