Roger Moore

Sir Roger Moore played James Bond in seven Bond films: Live and Let Die (1973), The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Moonraker (1979), For Your Eyes Only (1981), Octopussy (1983) and A View to a Kill (1985). Below you can find a selection of clothes, accessories and gadgets seen in Moore's Bond films.

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À Bientôt is the last book by the late, great Sir Roger Moore. A warm and engaging book in which Moore reflects on life and ageing.

Delivered, along with his own hand-drawn sketches, to his publisher shortly before he passed away, in À Bientôt, Roger looks back on his life – and gives it his trademark sideways glance, too.

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The quintessential suave hero, Roger Moore has had an extraordinary career that has spanned seven decades, from early television to the golden age of Hollywood and on to international superstardom.

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One of the more subtle products placed in Bond films are Swan Vesta matches. The brand is mentioned in the Ian Fleming novel You Only Live Twice and we can see Swan Vestas in the movies On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), The Man With The Golden Gun (1975), Moonraker (1979) and Octopussy (1983).

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In the movie Octopussy (1983), villain Kamal Khan (Louis Jordan) drives a black Rolls-Royce Phantom II. This 1934 Phantom II, chassis number 181 RY, engine number TT 65, was and still is owned by the Maharaja of Udaipur (where the movie was filmed).

In the movie the licence plate reads KAM 1. The real licence plate is RSY 1.

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James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a Seiko 7A28-7020 Quartz Chronograph watch in A View To A Kill (1985). The watch can be briefly spotted in the pre-title sequence when Bond is getting comfortable in the submarine.

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In the 1979 movie Moonraker, the car of Hugo Drax at his chateau in California is the unique 1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Castagna Roadster.

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James Bond (Roger Moore) uses a pair of Tasco 7800 binoculars to spy on hitman Hector Gonzales' villa in Spain in the movie For Your Eyes Only (1981).

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In the movie Live and Let Die (1973), James Bond (Roger Moore) shaves with a Schick injector razor and Schick shaving cream, in the bathroom of his bungalo (number 12) at The San Moniquan Hotel.

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The Solex Agitator is a small but very powerful device, used in the movie The Man With The Golden Gun (1974). In the film, the Solex Agitator is a device which can harness solar energy, created by British scientist Gibson as a solution to the global energy crisis.

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The Golden Gun used by Scaramanga in the movie The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) consisted of customised everyday objects, so it could be smuggled and put together. The single-shot, 4.2mm weapon consisted of a golden cufflink (the trigger), a Colibri Molectric 88 gas lighter (bullet chamber), a golden Waterman fountain pen (the barrel) and a cigarette case (the handle).

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In A View To A Kill (1985), James Bond and Pola Ivanova listen to a Philips UF-I 90 cassette tape on a Philips D8734 Boombox stereo system or ghettoblaster in the Nippon Relaxation Spa in San Francisco.

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James Bond (Roger Moore) uses a Philips 660 Voice Recorder in the movie A View To A Kill (1985).

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James Bond’s (Roger Moore) tracking device from the opening sequence of the movie A View to a Kill (1985) is an Autophon VS 68. The Autophon is used by Bond in Siberia to track down the body of MI6 agent 003 in the snow and recover the microchip.

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Milos Columbo (Chaim Topol), Bond's ally in For Your Eyes Only (1981), uses a Philips LFH 195 Pocket Memo voice recorder to secretly record a conversation between James Bond (Roger Moore) and Aristotle Kristatos (Julian Glover).

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In the opening sequence of the movie Octopussy (1983), James Bond (Roger Moore) flies the smallest jet plane in the world, the Bede BD-5J.

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In the movie The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), James Bond (Roger Moore) and Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach) stay at Hotel Cala Di Volpe on the Italian island of Sardinia.

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James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a Gucci belt in the last scenes of the movie The Man With The Golden Gun (1974).

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The famous Tabasco pepper sauce is seen and mentioned in the consecutive movies The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) and The Spy Who Loved Me (1977). It seems to be the favorite condiment for Bond villains eating oysters.

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In the 1981 movie For Your Eyes Only, James Bond (Roger Moore) wears black Pierre Cardin 30/7 ski goggles.

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In the movie A View To A Kill (1985), James Bond (Roger Moore) is driven around in a 1962 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II by Sir Godfrey Tibbett (played by Patrick Macnee).

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In the 1983 James Bond film Octopussy, several palaces in and around the town of Udaipur, India were used, most notably Shiv Niwas Palace (Bond's hotel), the Taj Lake Palace and Jag Mandir Palace which double as the home of Octopussy (played by Maud Adams) and Monsoon Palace (Kamal Khan's residence).

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The Peninsula Hong Kong hotel appears in The Man With The Golden Gun (1974). In the film, James Bond (Roger Moore) follows Bond girl Andrea Anders (Maud Adams) from Macau to Hong Kong, where she's picked up by one of the hotel's "Peninsula-green" Rolls-Royces.

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In the movie For Your Eyes Only (1981), James Bond and Melina Havelock escape from Hector Gonzales' villa in a yellow Citroën 2CV, a classic french automobile.

Lotus Esprit submarine RM Auctions

007's Lotus Esprit Submarine Car, used in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me will be auctioned on Monday, September 9, 2013 by RM Auctions in London.

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The Miramonti Majestic Grand Hotel is featured in For Your Eyes Only (1981). James Bond stays at the hotel and looks out from his balcony.

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In the 1974 movie The Man With The Golden Gun, James Bond (Roger Moore) drives an AMC Hornet 2-door hatchback.

The Hornet was produced by the American Motors Corporation (AMC) from 1970 to 1979.

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In the movie A View To A Kill (1985), James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a pair of white Bogner 7003 sunglasses in the opening sequence of the film where Bond recovers a microchip in Siberia.

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In the movie Live and Let Die (1973), James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a very special wristwatch, a Hamilton Pulsar P2 2900 LED digital watch.

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Bogner sportswear is worn by James Bond in several Bond films. The Bogner brand was founded by Willy Borgner Sr., and continued by his son, alpine ski racer Willy Bogner Jr. Currently the Bogner brand offers Ski and Golf clothes and accessories.

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James Bond (Roger Moore) uses a Glastron Carlson CV23HT speedboat in the movie Moonraker (1979). HT stands for Hard Top. Only 300 of these hard top boats were built in 1978 and 1979, and only 3 of those were built with the custom painted silver metalflake gelcoat over gray (the 'normal' boats sold to the public had either metalflake blue or metalflake bronze color).

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