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From the saint to maverick to James Bond, Roger Moore’s story is one of the last of the classic Hollywood lives as yet untold.
One of the most recognizable big-screen stars of the past half century, Sir Roger Moore played the role of James Bond longer than any other actor. Still, Bond was only one in a lifetime of roles stretching back to Hollywood’s studio era. Moore has seen and heard it all. He has hobnobbed with the glamorous and powerful, counting Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Seymour, and Cary Grant among his contemporaries and friends. He has outrageous stories about foulmouthed Milton Berle, surly Richard Burton, and kindhearted Richard Kiel, infamous as Bond enemy Jaws. The stories in My Word Is My Bond are priceless, a treasure trove of Hollywood history. Sir Roger Moore has left nothing out—especially the naughty bits.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I enjoyed the book over all because Sir Roger seems to be a man whose head is not in the cloud or snobbish due to his celebrity. Read morePublished 1 month ago by alvoss05yahoo
This was a really fascinating read. The author comes off as extremely likeable, and his sense of fun comes through.Published 2 months ago by LHS
This autobio follows the path taken before by Sir Roger Moore. A very worthwhile read - and funny too.Published 3 months ago by D. nielsen
I like Roger Moore, espeically the James Bond movies he stared in. his offwit humor and charm are admirable onscreen. Read morePublished 9 months ago by kelly Groce
When he hears how some critics call his performance as 007 James Bond as too light or comical, Roger Moore would ask, how can anyone take this spy of a character seriously when he... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gadgester
It is so nice that Roger wrote/shares this information.
It has pictures never seen before......so enjoyable.
My grandson (age 11) is taking care of it for me. Read more
I would have given this book five stars but the last 50 or so pages deals quite boringly with Roger's time spent running around on behalf of Unicef. Read morePublished 16 months ago by babyboomerlarry