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Topic - Roger Moore
Bucyrus (byoo-SY'-rus) city officials say the mayor of the northern Ohio town died shortly after attending a city council meeting.
The distinctively-shaped white Lotus Esprit, designed for an underwater scene in the 1977 film starring Roger Moore, was sold at RM Auctions on Monday.
Even people without coffee tables enjoy coffee table books as gifts, especially if they're thoughtfully chosen rather than hastily snatched from a store shelf at the last minute.
If he's particular enough to like his martini shaken not stirred, James Bond probably likes his trousers trim not tight. Same goes for the tuxedo that's formal and not fussy, and any sweater in his closet surely is cashmere and perfectly casual and cool.
We pay tribute to Roger Moore, the debonair James Bond, with a look at his most memorable films.
James Bond first hit the big screen in "Dr. No," released on Oct. 5, 1962. A list of the 007 films and their stars:
It was a meeting of the two most famous British people on the planet: Queen Elizabeth II turned to her tuxedo-wearing guest and said, "Good evening, Mr. Bond."
Fifty years after Charles Xavier gathered his first class of mutants together as the X-Men, the telepath-turned-team-builder has been killed by one of them.
I shall miss him," said British actor Roger Moore, who starred alongside Mr. Curtis in TV's "The Persuaders."
"He was great fun to work with, a great sense of humor and wonderful ad-libs," Mr. Moore told Sky News. "We had the best of times."