Wrote foreword to David Truesdale's and Allan Esler Smith's "Theirs is the Glory: Arnhem, Hurst and Conflict on Film" (Helion & Co.).
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Sir Roger Moore | Turk Thrust II
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Did You Know?
[on A View to a Kill
(1985)] I was horrified on the last Bond I did. Whole slews of sequences where Christopher Walken
was machine-gunning hundreds of people. I said "That wasn't Bond, those weren't Bond films." It stopped being what they were all about. You didn't dwell on the blood and the brains spewing all over the place.
On May 7, 2003, he collapsed during a matinee performance of the Broadway comedy "The Play What I Wrote", but finished the show after a 10-minute break. Roger was playing the role of the mystery guest star, which the cameo role is filled by celebrities, when he fainted toward the end of the second act. He was taken to hospital after the show. The next day, he was fitted with a pacemaker - ...