Roger Moore

Anniversary of A View To A Kill première in San Francisco [1985]

May 22nd, 2018 by

A View To A Kill was premiered in San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts on 22nd May 1985. The film was to be the last to feature Roger Moore as 007.

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Premiere of The Man With The Golden Gun [1974]

December 19th, 2017 by

Roger Moore’s second James Bond film was The Man With The Golden Gun, which premiered at London’s Odeon Leicester Square on 19th December 1974. The film went on general release in the UK and USA the same day, although it had opened in Japan five days earlier. While the film is not highly regarded by many Bond […]

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Roger Moore’s The 007 Diaries to be republished next year

December 4th, 2017 by

Diary written during the filming of Live And Let Die to be reissued in 2018. Roger Moore agreed to keep a day-by-day diary throughout the production of his first James Bond film, Live and Let Die. Originally published just ahead of the premiere in July 1973, a new hardback edition of the book is to be published […]

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Birthday of Sir Roger Moore [1927]

October 14th, 2017 by

The third actor to play 007 in the official EON series, Roger Moore, was born on 14th October 1927 in Stockwell, London, the son of a policeman. Moore took over after Sean Connery left the series for the second time following Diamonds Are Forever, playing Bond in a very different way to Connery’s portrayal. Although his […]

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MI6 Confidential #40 & #41: Roger Moore double issue

August 23rd, 2017 by

For the first time ever, MI6 Confidential magazine is releasing a double issue to pay tribute to Sir Roger Moore’s tenure as 007. Sir Roger was not only a fine 007, he was a true gentleman, humanitarian, and raconteur. His unique brand of charm, wit, and style permeated everything he did and his self-effacing, humble attitude was […]

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Anniversary of The Spy Who Loved Me première [1977]

July 7th, 2017 by

Roger Moore’s third outing as 007 was The Spy Who Loved Me, which featured the Lotus Esprit dubbed “Wet Nellie”. The movie was premièred at the Odeon Leicester Square on 7th July 1977.

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MI6 Confidential announces double-issue Roger Moore tribute

June 12th, 2017 by

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MI6 Confidential have announced that their next two issues are to be dedicated to the memory of Sir Roger Moore, who died last month at the age of 89. The magazine’s publishing schedule has been changed, with the planned next issue moved to later in the year. The email, sent by editor Hugh Maddocks, is […]

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Last book by Roger Moore to be published in September

June 8th, 2017 by

In a new book due to be published in September the late, great Sir Roger Moore reflects on life and aging. Delivered, along with his own hand-drawn sketches, to his publisher mere days before he passed away, in À Bientôt, Roger looks back on his life – and gives it his trademark sideways glance, too. […]

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James Bond Radio pays homage to Sir Roger Moore

May 29th, 2017 by

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Following his  death last week the hosts of James Bond Radio decided to suspend usual programming and produce a show dedicated to Sir Roger Moore. Announcement from James Bond Radio: Our Tribute to the late, great SIR ROGER MOORE! Sir Roger Moore sadly passed away aged 89 on May 23rd 2017. As the ever popular, ever charming […]

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Charity 007 screenings in memory of Roger Moore

May 26th, 2017 by

A series of special charity screenings in aid of UNICEF starts on 31st May in memory of Sir Roger Moore. Two of Moore’s Bond films will be screened at Odeon Cinemas in the UK, AMC Theatres in the US and Hoyts in Australia and New Zealand from 31st May 2017 with additional locations announced soon. Eon […]

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