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Sir Roger -
My wife and I were vacationing in the South of France
a few years ago, and stopped in
at Michelangelo in Monaco for lunch. As it happened, you were
there having lunch with Lady Moore. As much as I would have liked
to introduce myself and thank you for your work with UNICEF, I
decided against it as I didn't want to disturb the two of you.
My question is, do you mind when people approach you in public
-- or in a restaurant, for that matter!
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you only had to ask nicely for my autograph" !
I always remember seeing an
actress I knew in a restaurant, and a fan went over to her and
said "Excuse me Miss XXXXX, I'm sorry to bother you ..."
at which she snapped "Well then don't"
I think that's awful.
Most people are very charming
and polite, and what harm is it to say hello? I'm just glad people
still recognise me!
One of my favourite films is The Sea Wolves because
it contained my two favourite actors, being
yourself and Gregory Peck. I think your portrayal of Gavin Stewart
was one of the toughest, but this seemed appropriate to the character
and you counterbalance this excellently with humour. My question
is how you did find it working with Gregory Peck, did know him
socially also ? I just loved his serious gentlemanly character.
I once asked for his autograph 10 years ago and I received the
most wonderful reply which is one of my all time treasures.The
pre-printed letter arrived which was also autographed. This is
a small section."The good wishes which accompanied your request
are genuinely appreciated, however. I feel very lucky to have
enjoyed such a long career in films, and I know that it wouldn't
have been possible without the loyal support of the good people
like yourself. Autographed by Gregory Peck.
Greg was a lovely man. I knew
him socialy for many years, and in fact we named our dog Greg
in his honour! He had made a great many wonderful films and when
it was suggested that Euan Lloyd would like to try for him for
THE SEA WOLVES I was thrilled. To work alongside Greg and David
Niven was both a treat and an honour. Well, it wasm't work - it
was just three overgrown schoolboys messing around.
Hi, Sir Roger. I know that your daughter, Deborah,
played in the film "Top Line" (1988 , with the Italian
actor Franco Nero and the Colombian actor Rodrigo Obregón
(son of a famous pinter Alejandro Obregón). This
movie was filmed in Cartagena, Colombia, a beutiy city. Do you
have been visited Cartagena or another colombian citie? I believe
that Rodrigo also worked with your son Geofrrey in another movie.
Do you know to Rodrigo or was met with him father? Do you have
colombian friends? Do you have plans to visit Colombia?
Hasta pronto, Dixon Moya Bogotá, Colombia.
Rodrigo has worked with most of my family! What good taste.
I have indeed been to Columbia
- a beautiful country. It was many years ago mind. We occassionally
hear from Susana Ponce de Leon at Columbian National Radio with
whom I've done an interview or two.
Who knows, I might yet be
offered a job in your lovely country!
Dear Sir Roger,
When watching you on TV or seeing photos on the
website one can’t help noticing the
remarkable harmony between you and your wife. And if I may add
it also was obvious to me when I was lucky enough to see you both
when you attended that funny car race near Vienna some time ago.
You must be a very happy and loving couple.
I would like to ask you if your wife and you have
a special recipe or secret for your successful relationship or
if you just are lucky because of perfect chemistry?
As this question also concerns Lady Kristina I would
like to take this opportunity to extend my best wishes to her
Thank you for taking your time and ind regards
being in love, we are great friends and do everything together.
Maybe that is the recipe?
We are very definitely soul mates and enjoy
being with one another - if I am working away from home I insist
that Kristina should accompany me. She has a wonderful calming
influence and everyone she meets falls in love with her. I'd better
Dear Sir Roger,
In "Moonraker" the great actor James Mason
was originally cast to play Hugo Drax in that film.
When the film became a coproduction with the French, he was replaced
by Michel Lonsdale, another fine actor.
Surprisingly you would meet James Mason, after you had finished
filming "Moonraker", at the set of "ffolkes"!
Perhaps you could share some thoughts about him with us. Was he
disappointed by not getting the part in "Moonraker?"
What kind of man was he in general?
I never really knew much about
the casting for Moonraker. I think it was decided quite early
on that Michel would be cast though, as Cubby left London well
in advance of Moonraker to set up residence in France. So
James Mason's "involvement"
was probably quite early on in the prep.
I loved working with him on ffolkes, and remember that Andrew
McLaglen (the director) telling me that James was a cat lover,
and had made it known that if he got wind of any of the cats on
set being treated less than royally, there would be trouble.
It did present a problem or two, as some of them were very lively
and wouldn't sit still. For one or two scenes the vet did actually
sedate a couple of them mildly so as we could handle them. Had
James found out, he'd have probably marched off the film!
He was a terrific professional. A lovely man.
Dear Sir Roger Moore,
Are you still friends with Tony Curtis, and have
you met him many times since The Persuaders? If you have what
was the occasion or occasions? If so heve there been any photographs
taken, or films of you and Tony together since the programe ?
Sorry I added to this question I hope you are count
it as one question.
Brett Sinclair says "Obviously we meet Daniel. Even so they're
going to replace us in the new film The Persuaders. Danny Wilde
says they had better give us cameo roles or there will be trouble".
Sure I am friends with him. We've met socially
a few times since filming, though we've never worked together
again. They were usually parties in Hollywood, and I dare say
photos were taken but I'm afraid I don't have any.I
never carry a camera, though wish I did sometimes!
can not have real pictures of Roger and Tony together, Photoshop
will provide them :-) Alan.
Thank you to Sir Roger Moore