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Sir Roger Moore's iconic moments as James Bond

Writer: Nur Iman Syasya

As most people probably know by now, actor Sir Roger Moore passed away yesterday from cancer, at age 89. Even so, his legacy lives on as the actor who starred in the most "James Bond" movies, seven in total between 1973 and 1985. Tributes have been pouring in for the legend from actors who portrayed the character before and after he did, as well as from those who have ever worked on any "James Bond" movies. The world is emptier from this loss, but when a person's life ends, it is the duty of those left behind to keep them alive in their memory. Thus, in hopes of keeping his memory alive and to celebrate the life he lived, we present to you what Roger Moore was best known for: his portrayal of the suave and intelligent Agent 007, James Bond.


James Bond and Solitaire (Jane Seymour) trying to escape the trap they were left in in "Live and Let Die", 1973. This is the eighth movie in the James Bond series and the first to star Roger Moore as the titular character, as the successor of Sean Connery's 007.


James Bond and Francisco Scaramanga (Christopher Lee) preparing to duel in "The Man with the Golden Gun", 1974. While on the island used as the filming location – Phang Nga Bay, Thailand – Moore found a cave full of bats. He showed Christopher Lee what he discovered and jokingly told him: "Master, they are yours to command!"


James Bond and Agent Triple X of the Soviet KGB (Barbara Bach) in "The Spy Who Loved Me", 1977. This movie is Roger Moore's personal favourite "James Bond" movie and many critics consider it the best instalment to star Moore's James Bond.

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Cinema Online, 24 May 2017

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