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Long-time Imagination Connoisseur, Martin Lawrence, has the opinion that Roger Moore is under-appreciated as 007. In fact, he thinks Moore’s Bond is the best of all-time. Agree or disagree?

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Greetings and Salutations, Rob.

I know of your love of the James Bond franchise, myself included, so I want to stir the conversation pot and proclaim Roger Moore as the greatest Bond of all time.

I always found Sean Connery to be dull and never in on the joke, whilst Roger clearly was. Only Roger could have pulled off a safari suit. Plus, he had the best theme song (Nobody Does It Better), the best stunts (the car jump in LIVE AND LET DIE), the best bad guys (Scaramanga, Jaws, the voodoo baron, Tee Hee, to name a few). Moore embraced the gadgets and the puns with a winning flair, too.

I would love to get your thoughts on this.

Yours Sincerely,
– Martin Lawrence
(big fan)