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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 always liked Roger Moore as an actor, and this book fills in the back story on him. Very easy and enjoyable read.Published 1 month ago by Richard Lowe
A charming and well told book about the life of a well bred, well mannnered and interesting man. The man who played 007 tells us why he's a lot like you and me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by An Innocent Bystander
Roger Moore is a very classy guy, and having grown up a James Bond fan I was somewhat disappointed that almost every story told here about the JB franchise could be found on the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by FJK1138
Excellent book, entertaining, informative, funny and interesting, great for 007 fans, but still superb for movie and T.V. lovers. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alex Zeta
An inside look at the life of one of my favorite actors Roger Moore. It was fun reading about how movies were made and some of the more "intimate" details of the people... Read morePublished 8 months ago by James Cook
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 9 months ago by alvoss05yahoo