Sir Roger Moore dies at age 89

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Oh my.... I remember him earliest in 1950s and 60s TV. He played one of the Brothers Maverick, Beauregarde, and The Saint. Following The Saint he took over as James Bond. RIP...
 
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R.I.P. For sure was a great actor, just not many like him anymore.
 
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RIP Simon Templar.

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Completely forgot about Beauregarde - love those Mavericks! Like dfergie, he's my 2nd favorite Bond. Sean will always be The 007, in my mind. R.I.P., Roger.
 
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"ffolkes" wasn't a bad action thriller, either. Other than seeing it in the theater, I can't recall it being on TV. IMDB rates it a 6.4, and I know I've seen worse movies on the movie channels. Moore's character in the movie was almost an "anti-Bond" when it came to female interactions.

Rest in Peace, Sir Roger.
 
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