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Shaken Not Stirred Roger Moore Poster - PRINTABLE FILE. James Bond 007 and The Saint Roger Moore - Martini 1968. British actor Roger Moore is drinking a martini and holding a cigarette.Shaken Not Stirred Roger Moore was shot in 1968 by William Lovelace.  This is INSTANT DOWNLOAD - a printable file.  Please note that NO physical items will be sent. The colour quality will vary depending on the type of printer and the paper you will use. ILKADesign is not responsible of the colour printed on…

Shaken Not Stirred Roger Moore Poster - PRINTABLE FILE. James Bond 007 and The Saint Roger Moore - Martini 1968. British actor Roger Moore is drinking a martini and holding a cigarette.Shaken Not Stirred Roger Moore was shot in 1968 by William Lovelace. This is INSTANT DOWNLOAD - a printable file. Please note that NO physical items will be sent. The colour quality will vary depending on the type of printer and the paper you will use. ILKADesign is not responsible of the colour printed on…

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james bond movie posters. Seen about 85% of these movies. Not a fan of roger moore and when I hit my 40's James Bond was played out.

james bond movie posters. Seen about 85% of these movies. Not a fan of roger moore and when I hit my 40's James Bond was played out.

Roger Moore was the new James Bond in "LIVE AND LET DIE" (Guy Hamilton, 1973), the character that would evolve, giving it a more friendly and less dangerous personality, emphasizing the elements of comedy.

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Roger Moore was the new James Bond in "LIVE AND LET DIE" (Guy Hamilton, 1973), the character that would evolve, giving it a more friendly and less dangerous personality, emphasizing the elements of comedy.

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