He played more of a pedophile than a secret agent, he was 54 when he made those movies and he's hitting on an 18 yr old girl, always creeped me out a bit. I own all the bond movies I like, without dalton, moore or lazenby, the worst and the ugliest of all bonds, IN MY OPINION OF COURSE ! Craig, Connery and Brosnan are the epitamy of what bond should look and act like, strong, well built and smooth with the ladies, thats bond, James Bond OO7, License to KILL ! The collectability of this product will sell itself, but for me I would rather have the ALL Bogart Collection !! Can't wait for SKYFALL, which in itself makes this collection OUTDATED ??? 22 FILMS not 23 !
I agree with you in the fact that Roger Moore was one of the worst Bonds that there was, but not so much on the collection being outdated. There's nothing really stopping you from buying Skyfall on blu-ray, and making it your 23 film collection instead of the 22 films.
I guess I'm just a nut, but I liked Roger Moore mainly for the humor he brought to the series. The quality of the movies compared to the digital age today is somewhat common from that era ( I was a teenager in the 70's). Roger Moore fit the times! By the way, I love Live & Let Die
Your not a nut quite astute at that. Moore was the best Bond and loved all of his movies with my favorites Live and Let Die and the Man with the Golden Gun. Craig is horrible a Sean was way too dry and droll!
I think as far as a favorite 007 it depends on who you grew up with. I was introduced to James Bond when James Bond was Sean Connery. I think that has a lot to do with it and favorites. I was ten years old in July of 1965 when I saw the double bill re-release of "Dr. No and From Russia With Love". From then on since the summer of 1965 I was hooked on 007.