We take a look at Sir Roger Moore’s best and worst non-James Bond films. He has made some amazing big-screen appearances, including as Pelham, The Man Who Haunted Himself in 1970, and as Flynn, one of The Wild Geese, from the hugely successful film from 1978, starring alongside Richard Burton, Richard Harris and Hardy Kruger.Continue reading “Roger Moore: His Best (and Worst) Non-Bond Films”
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) Choosing our favourite James Bond actor, villain, gadget, song and film
A special edition of #FILMTALK today. we chat with regular contributor, Mark Priest about our favourite James Bond actors and films. Along the way we explore the difference between favourite and best, whether it’s the lead actor, film, song, villain or gadget.
FILM TALK Episode #4: The Wild Geese (1978) Richard Burton, Roger Moore, Richard Harris – Championed by Mark Priest
Euan Lloyd’s explosive production sees mercenaries Richard Burton, Roger Moore, Richard Harris and Hardy Kruger stranded in Africa having been double-crossed by their paymaster, Matheson, played by Stewart Granger. They’re faced with a stark choice, they can either stay and be killed or fight their way out and risk starting a war. Championed by Mark Priest. Continue reading “FILM TALK Episode #4: The Wild Geese (1978) Richard Burton, Roger Moore, Richard Harris – Championed by Mark Priest”