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Sir Roger Moore R.I.P

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So sad. A fine and often underrated actor who will be very sadly missed. 

My favourite Bond actor without a shadow of a doubt !

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"Nobody lives forever, Mr Bond". Presumably his funeral will be at Bramcote crem, near where he lived. Hippo will see him off.

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Well my, my. I wondered how long it'd be before someone regurgitated this. I wasn't disappointed !

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RIP Sir Roger

 

Rog

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Yes RIP, but I didn't rate him really as an actor, Sean Connery was a far better Bond in my opinion. 

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There was always a comical and tongue in cheek side to his acting, which was very amusing. 

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I remember first seeing him in Ivanhoe and then The Saint.

Despite all his film roles his lasting legacy should be his work for UNICEF

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The good thing was, he never took himself too seriously. Most actors think that they are the be all and end all, when in fact, they definitely aren't.

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8 hours ago, Chulla said:

"Nobody lives forever, Mr Bond". Presumably his funeral will be at Bramcote crem, near where he lived. Hippo will see him off.

 

Reckon i served him at Marsdens Derby road,Bramcote,.........with a Qtr of Potted Meat........circa 1962..........lol.

RIP Mr Moore..............

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#12, Ben, did he want it shaken or stirred?

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^^^^^^^^^^^^ If Ben served him he got it 'patted' just like everyone else. Mind you Ben would also have given him some dress advice.

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10 hours ago, Chulla said:

#12, Ben, did he want it shaken or stirred?

 

No chulla.......that was sean connery when he came in Farrands on mansfieid rd for a bottle of Martini.........Marsdens were'nt licensed...........lol.

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On 23/05/2017 at 11:47 PM, Oztalgian said:

I remember first seeing him in Ivanhoe and then The Saint.

Despite all his film roles his lasting legacy should be his work for UNICEF

 

Those early series kept a lot of small time actors in work...remember Sam Kydd?...Peter Sallis was always the hotel clerk,and John le Mesurier the bank manager.

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Also, Michael Balfour, Kynaston Reeves, Alfred Lynch...... This'll go on indefinitely I can see !

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The names Bond, James Bond R.I.P. 

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