Now in trade paperback, the frank and funny memoir of a living legend beloved by several generations. Nobody does it better ...'A deliciously self-mocking autobiography.' Sydney Morning Herald Mention the name Roger Moore and James Bond almost inevitably follows. After all, he dominated the big screen as the world's most famous spy for seven ...
Now in trade paperback, the frank and funny memoir of a living legend beloved by several generations. Nobody does it better ...'A deliciously self-mocking autobiography.' Sydney Morning Herald Mention the name Roger Moore and James Bond almost inevitably follows. After all, he dominated the big screen as the world's most famous spy for seven missions, more than any other 007. But before joining Her Majesty's secret service Roger Moore was already an international star thanks to another unforgettable signature role as 'The Saint', one of the most successful syndicated series in television history. And who could forget the rakish playboy Lord Brett Sinclair in 'The Persuaders'? In My Word is My Bond he looks back on a brilliant career and life with characteristic wit, from his childhood memories of London to his Hollywood career, his battle with prostate cancer and the inspiration he has gained from working for UNICEF. Punctuated throughout with anecdotes about friends such as Noel Coward, David Niven, Cary Grant, Richard Harris, Frank Sinatra, Gregory Peck, Michael Caine and Sean Connery, this frank and funny memoir is as charming and disarming as the man himself. And, as his millions of fans already know, nobody does it better.
Fine in fine dust jacket. Signed by author. Like New! Glued binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 336 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. Hard to find in this condition with the famous actor's genuine signature.
As New in As New dust jacket. 8vo. 0061673889. A most handsome first US edition/first printing, preceded by a UK edition and private publication by Easton Press in As New condition in alike dustjacket, SIGNED by actor and author Roger Moore on the title page; The autobiography of Sir Roger Moore, who played James Bond from 1973-1985, longer than any actor. His starred in Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, and A View to a Kill.
Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. Still wrapped the publisher's original shrink wrap. Signed by Roger Moore on the limitation page and on the enclosed certificate of authenticity. This is a numbered limited edition.
Fine. SIGNED BY ROGER MOORE EASTON PRESS EDITION! Gorgeous leather-bound collectible book with author note and Certificate of Authenticity. Like-New inside and out. Expedited and international shipping are welcome. Signed by author.
Sir Roger Moore History of his acting career .Never mentions his relationship only the kids life with 1969 marriage with Luica ...She made him the man he is through 007 series.Wonderful lady..The same with Sean Connery who had a dear wife Diane Cilento who made his humor alive in Bond Series.She helped his career as well.The wife of actors suffer hardship with success of their husbands...No mention of article in depth Connery of his Bond role creating a monster.Or slapping women with a open fist.. and his acting failures.No mention of any history of stolen Bond Aston Martin.A lot of cover up in the book.. Mask over swear words.Bitter.
Jan 21, 2011
My Word is My Bond
This was a gift to a friend who knows a lot about movies. She plunged into it as soon as she opened the package, and was lost to the rest of the company, except for the occasional gust of laughter. Huge success!
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