14. January 2014 03:32
In November 2008 while promoting his autobiography, My Word is My Bond, Sir Roger Moore appeared on the Bloomberg Television programme, 'Night Talk'. Together, he and host Mike Schneider discuss his former life as super-spy James Bond 007 and his current life as a Unicef Ambassador, and chat about current James Bond, Daniel Craig, whose second appearance as 007 in Quantum of Solace was only days away. We are also treated to an anecdote about the generosity of Frank Sinatra, and how he knew A View To A Kill would be his last outing as 007 - ‘We were discussing whether I would [do A View to a Kill] … I was beginning to feel I shouldn’t … when the leading lady starts looking younger than your granddaughter then you think, "er, um” it’s a bit like Gary Copper and Love in the Afternoon.’
The original broadcast was about 40 minutes long (after commercials are removed) and this edit (by Benjamin Lind as part of his Golden Jubilee Project") is just under 30 minutes to keep it on topic. Lind's addition of "Ken Burns style" documentary images, adds some visual interest to what would otherwise be just two men in sitting in chairs...
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You can read more about Roger Moore's recollections as James Bond 007 in his books: