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Your favorite James Bond

Eagle

Commander Ret.
Moore. For shits n' giggles! :D

I really miss Bond with a dry, British sense of humour, however cheesy. Craig is a monumental bore. :thumbdown:
 

eaglewingone

Alphans
Roger Moore - he was my first Bond.

Who's your favorite Blofeld?????

Donald Pleasence - I choose you.

I do not like Roger. Sean is the ultimate Bond. I do agree that Donald Pleasence is the best Blofeld. I like "You Only Live Twice" and "Goldfinger". A woman named Pussy Galore. How did that get past the censors?
 
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Shock time.

1. Connery

2. Lazenby

3. Moore

I know Bond was supposed to be British, not Scots, but Connery just had that charm and confidence about him. Lazenby showed a great deal of promise in humanising Bond, but lets face it, replacing Connery was always going to be nigh-on impossible. Moore, well, some of my favourite Bond films have been Moore's but I think they are generally let down by the reliance on the gadgets and longed for the days of Connery when a suave sense of humour, a dry wit, and a PPK got him out of most troubles.
 

Stu73

Alphans
Roger Moore (for humour)
Timothy Dalton (for getting angry)
Pierce Brosnan (for looking the part and kung fu-ing onnatop's neck)
George Lazenby (big fry)
David Niven
Seal (or sea-lion or whatever he was also 007 in the real Casino Royale)
Bob Holness
That scotch geezer :p
 
It has to be Roger Moore. He was the only actor that could combine humour, death and sex in the one movie!

Daniel Craig is basically Victor Meldrew.

Here's a Roger Moore taster.............



[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqJG9xpsGu4[/ame]

And a Lego James Bond

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eKtD08vqlE[/ame]
 
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Dorzac

Alphans
I liked Moore, but i think he should have stopped at For Your Eyes Only; in Octopussy & A View To A Kill he looked a little too old.
 

Dr Kane

Alphans
I find this very hard to answer: all actors have brought something to the role, even the cruelly-maligned Lazenby. I strongly dislike the Moore-era films but I don't think Sir Roger can bear sole responsibility for train wrecks like 'Octopussy'.

I particularly want to stick up for Timothy Dalton: I thought he was a breath of fresh air after the campy excesses of the Moore period. Great performances that returned some dignity and toughness to the Bond character.

I will say that I thought 'Casino Royale' was a triumph. Provided he doesn't make any more flawed films like 'QoS', Craig is likely to become my favourite.

Encore presentation of this vid, 'cos I love it:

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFjQXkEfz2c[/ame]
 
For me the best is George Lazenby and On Her Majesties Secret Service. It might be the fact that Diana Rigg and Catherine Schnell are in this movie too. Anyway love it and the music.

After that I like Sean Connery and Daniel Craig.


Regards E D D L
 

eaglewingone

Alphans
For me the best is George Lazenby and On Her Majesties Secret Service. It might be the fact that Diana Rigg and Catherine Schnell are in this movie too. Anyway love it and the music.

After that I like Sean Connery and Daniel Craig.


Regards E D D L

George Lazenby was boring.The only reason why he was chosen because Sean Connery did not want his entire career to be known only as James Bond.If you notice the next James Bond film "Diamonds are Forever"(with Jill St John,who is extremely hot) it was Sean Connery as 007 which came out in 1971. The only two memorable people "In Her Majesty's Secret Service" was Diana Rigg and Catherine Schell.
 
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