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Book Review: My Word is My Bond by Roger Moore

In 2008 Sir Roger Moore released his first book, a memoir entitled My Word is My Bond. The book is an enthralling tale that takes readers through his early childhood, his many years as a venerated actor with such prominent roles as The Saint and James Bond,  up through his present day role as an elder show business statesman and more importantly a celebrity ambassador for UNICEF.  1,053 more words

James Bond

Some (not really) wild guesses about 007's film future

We know a bit more about Daniel Craig’s acting future. With that in mind, here are some wild guesses about the cinema future of James Bond. 271 more words

James Bond Films

Episode 41: Bullseye! (1990)

Watch another comedy, they said. It can’t be worse than Splitting Heirs, they said. It has Michael Caine and Roger Moore in it – they’ll be fun together. 56 more words


Film Review: 'Bazodee'

Three different cultural traditions come together in “Bazodee”: the melodrama of Bollywood, the calypso-infused Indo-Caribbean “Soca” music of Trinidad and Tobago, and the sitcom humor and aesthetics of American TV. 613 more words


Kirsten Lindholm and Roger Moore

Kirsten Lindholm  and Roger Moore in “The Persuaders” (UK TV 1971) episode titled “Angie… Angie”. Kirsten Lindholm: born 1 September 1943, Odense Denmark, as Kirsten Andreassen. 19 more words


Featuring the Saint

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With 12 novels, 34 novellas and 95 short stories (collected in 24 volumes), the sheer volume of Leslie Charteris’s work can be daunting. 857 more words

Detective Fiction

The Infamous...

Occasionally a series clicks.

Exotic locales; a cosmopolitan, man of the world attitude; hairsbreadth escapes from death; plenty of good fights; diabolical masterminds and ingenious plots – and a belief in adventure and excitement for their own sake. 1,267 more words

Detective Fiction