So, was Roger Moore the best James Bond?
An impossible question to answer, of course, as subjective as it is, but there have been efforts to try. The results of a 2014 CBS News poll on this subject (linked below) were:
Replies to "Who was the best James Bond?":
(I know, doesn't add to 100%, but those are the article numbers).
From the article:"Moore bowed as 007 in 1973's "Live and Let Die," and starred in six more Bond films, through "A View to Kill." When that film premiered in 1985, Moore was 57 years old."
"Both men (50 percent) and women (53 percent) favor Connery by a wide margin, though Moore comes in second among men, while Brosnan comes in second among women."
"Connery is by far the favorite Bond of Americans both young and old, though he is particularly well regarded by those 55 and older. Pierce Brosnan comes in second among those under 45, while Roger Moore comes in second among those 45 and over."
When Roger played the part, one always got the feeling that he was very much enjoying himself in the role, having fun with it, with a wry smile on his face and a twinkle in his eye.
Even if he didn't rank no. 1 in some poll, many will insist that he did a great job as 007. He did.
Yes, he was a fine actor. May he rest in peace.www.cbsnews.com/news/cbs-news-poll-who-was-the-best-james-bond/
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