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Bond On Bond: Reflections on 50 years of James Bond Movies The Bond Movies Remain The Longest Continually Running Film Series In Movie History, And Marks Its Fiftieth Anniversary While There Have Been Other Actors That Have Taken On The Coveted Role Of James Bond, One Of The Most Renowned And Beloved S, Is The Charming And Charismatic Sir Roger Moore, KBE To Celebrate These Films And Their Cultural Heritage, Roger Moore Has Written A Book That Features All The Bond Movies, Along With A Wonderfully Witty Account Of His Own Involvement In Them From The Girls To The Villains, The Cars To The Cocktails, The Gadgets, Locations And Everything Else, This Beautiful Book Is Illustrated With Hundreds Of Iconic Images From All The Films Plus Many Previously Unseen Photos From The Bond Archive This Is The Ultimate James Bond Book, Written By The Ultimate Insider, With All The Affection And Good Humor He Brought To The Role It Is The Perfect Gift For All Fans Of These Much Loved Films


About the Author: Roger Moore

For the fantasy author RPG writer see Roger Moore for the photographer see Roger Mzungu Moore for the poet see Roger Moore, and for others see Roger MooreSir Roger George Moore, KBE was an English actor and film producer, perhaps best known for portraying British secret agent James Bond in seven films from 1973 to 1985, and also Simon Templar in the TV series The Saint from 1962 to 1969 He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007 A UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, in 2003 he was knighted in recognition of his humanitarian services, in 2008 appointed a Commandeur of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government, and in 2012 awarded an honourary doctorate by the University of Hertfordshire.



10 thoughts on “Bond On Bond: Reflections on 50 years of James Bond Movies

  1. says:

    Written to commemorate fifty years of James Bond movies,this book beautifully captures the escapism,entertainment,fun,beauty and thrills of the series.The best thing about it is that the writer is former James Bond, Roger Moore,with his wonderful sense of humour I love his writing,hence the five star rating.Besides,I have a soft spot for those early Ja


  2. says:

    A glossy, detailed coffee table book that celebrates the long running 50 years this year Bond franchise, delivered with the wit that one expects from Sir Roger Moore assisted here by Gareth Owen Filled with well chosen, very well reproduced photographs, this is broken into eleven categories Beginnings, Villains, Girls, Gadgets, Cars, Style, Location, Bonds, Beh


  3. says:

    This was not the best book to read on my Kindle The formatting was all over the place and the photos caused no end of frustration If , like me you have enjoyed the James Bond films, and or like Roger Moore I would recommend buying this book as a hard back so that an appreciation of all the photos can be enjoyed.For the lovers of statistics this book is crammed full of J


  4. says:

    I was eagerly awaiting Roger Moore s Bond on Bond, figuring that he d give us a unique, insider s perspective on the series I was very wrong This book is a huge disappointment that offers nothing newits simply a fluffy rehash of previously reported information, seemingly ghostwritten by someone else and interrupted with occasional, dull ancedotes from Moore that aren t nearly as


  5. says:

    Brilliant book for Bond fans written by Bond himself Roger Moore writes with a sense of humour and style all his own.As an insider he explains in simple terms the appeal of the Bond franchise, the actors, the cars, Bond villains and of course Bond girls.You won t be shaken or stirred reading this but you will be entertained Not Top Secret, a must read for Bond fans


  6. says:

    Nice, quick, and easy book wittily written by the late, great Roger Moore with his insightful musings and stories about 007 Terrific pictures and surprising honesty he really hates Grace Jones make it a must for the book shelf or coffee table of any James or Jimmy, as Sir Rog calls him Bond fan.


  7. says:

    I ve now officially broken my self pledged rule of only reviewing novels or non fiction books that are shaped like novels fucking you know what I mean Here I am doing goddamned picture books now Soon I ll be reviewing the weekly bulletin at my church I mean I could certainly have a go at their typos and all that Perhaps I ll get to reviewing all the self help books I ve collected over the years and been t


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  9. says:

    Was fun big coffee table book on Bond history Covers gadgets, girls, guns, locations, cars andNot as much in depth tell all knowledge you would expect Was annoying unnecessary that Moore regularly calls Bond Jimmy or Jimbo Was fun big coffee table book on Bond history Covers gadgets, girls, guns, locations, cars andNot as much in depth tell all knowledge you would expect Was annoying unnecessary that Moore regularly calls


  10. says:

    What a great book I LOVE James Bond I read them all as a teenager and look forward to each movie with anticipation Roger Moore was a favourite Bond too as I enjoyed his take on the spy as he was able to make it an affable tough guy This book is really good, it gives one a great deal of background knowledge that only someone who d been there could supply Roger Moore s laconic and laid back approach comes across in a very entertainin


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