Sir Roger Moore, the longest-serving (official) James Bond, celebrates his 86th birthday today and to celebrate Digital Spy has compiled a list of 10 of his greatest moments as 007.
So raise an eyebrow, shake up a Martini and dispatch an innuendo along with us as we revisit Rog's best Bond bits below...
"Sheer magnetism, darling…"
Live and Let Die sets the tone early for Moore's 007 tenure when he puts Q's magnetic watch to good use... by unzipping his latest conquest's dress.
"I think he's attempting re-entry, sir."
Long before Alfonso Cuarón and Sandra Bullock wowed us with their depiction of zero gravity, Moore beat them to the punch in what is possibly one of the finest moments in the admittedly shonky Moonraker.
The death of Blofeld
In For Your Eyes Only, Moore managed to do something that Sean Connery and George Lazenby couldn't. He vanquished 007's arch-nemesis Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
The Spy Who Loved Me's parachute jump
Moore's defining 007 moment and one of the great cinema stunts, this opening for The Spy Who Loved Me even prompted this incredible recreation from Alan Partridge.
Yes, that is a slide whistle you heard…
Pity the poor soul who executed this glorious car flip from The Man with the Golden Gun and then saw it softened somewhat (okay, a lot!) by a cheap sound effect. Still, this is second only to the Spy Who Loved Me's parachute leap when re-evaluating the best stunts of Moore's Bond run.
"The cards were in my favour."
Is there nothing Rog's 007 won't do to get a woman into the sack? In Live and Let Die his Bond went to great lengths to deflower Jane Seymour's Solitaire... this took the form of rigging her tarot card deck!
"Keeping the British end up, sir..."
Okay, this is how you send a movie into the closing credits!
The thing about Octopussy is...
... Although it's not a great Bond movie, it's packed with some of Moore's most ridiculously entertaining scenes. This is the movie where you get to see Bond putting his manhood at risk by sliding down a staircase rail, diffusing a bomb while dressed as a clown and concealing himself in a crocodile submarine.
Bond beats Scaramanga…
The Man with the Golden Gun may not be Moore's finest Bond movie overall but Christopher Lee is arguably the best villain he ever faced. He loses a battle of wits with Bond when it counts, though, falling victim to 007 thanks to a hall of mirrors and a waxwork.
Moonraker's centrifuge spin
Every mission puts Bond in extreme peril, but as audience members we've generally come to accept that he'll get out of jeopardy without breaking a sweat. Moonraker, however, features one seriously intense sequence that sees Moore's 007 venturing dangerously close to the white light.
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