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David Steen recalls: “Filming for Roger’s first Bond movie, Live and Let Die began in New Orleans and moved on to Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Cubby Broccoli asked me to spend some time there building up a portfolio of the actors, especially Roger and Jane Seymour.
This shot was a natural spread, the whole movie exuded glamour and this pose of Roger’s summed it up…I love the way the towel barely covers him, suggesting there is nothing underneath.”
Location: Ocha Rios, Jamaica
Year: 1972
Biography: Though he studied at the Royal Academy of Drama (RADA) in London and was later groomed by MGM in the Fifties, major big-screen success initially proved elusive. In the Sixties, he took on a string of high-profile television roles in shows like Maverick and, famously, The Saint but his big break came in 1973. After Sean Connery retired from the role of James Bond, Roger Moore took over as 007 in Live and Let Die. He went on to star in six other Bond films until he too retired from the role in 1985 after A View to a Kill. Moore had been awarded a CBE (Commander of the British Empire) in recognition of his work for UNICEF and in 2003 he received a Knighthood.
Print Type: Fibre-based Harman Galerie Digital
Printed by: Metro Imaging, London
Limited Editions: All prints are limited editions, no further prints are produced once sold
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Tags: sir roger moore, the saint, 007, james bond, actor, 1972, 70s, 1970s, the seventies, film star, famous, fame, movies, hollywood, sex symbol, live and let die, the man with the golden gun, octopussy, a view to a kill, ian fleming
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