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Every Roger Moore Bond movie - RANKED
Photo: © ANP

Every Roger Moore Bond movie - RANKED

Every Roger Moore Bond movie - RANKED
Photo: © ANP

To some fans, there will never be a more charming version of James Bond than Roger Moore.

For a particular generation, Moore's movies represented the best of 007 - the wit, the humour, the gadgets and the ladies.

Moore starred in a record seven Bond movies - Live and Let Die, The Man With the Golden Guy, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy and A View to a Kill.

Sean Connery, of course, played Bond in the first movie, Dr. No, and Moore explained what makes his version of the character different to his pal's.

“Sean’s Bond was a tough character who could fight his way out of a corner; my Bond would charm his way out of a corner," he said in 2008.

"Sean was the first Bond. He created and defined the part. He was distinctive in that there was no one else to compare him with.”

Within our MovieMeter community, there are naturally various James Bond movies that have received hugely positive responses. By subscribing to become a member of the MovieMeter community HERE, you can rate all of your favourite movies - and some of your least favourite ones.

According to our community, the best Bond movie featuring Moore is 1977's The Spy Who Loved Me, which features one of the most iconic title tracks in the history of the franchise by Carly Simon.

The second is For Your Eyes Only in which "Bond attempts to locate a missile command system while becoming tangled in a web of deception spun by rival Greek businessmen."

In third is The Man With the Golden Gun. The man, in question, is Francisco Scaramanga, played by the legendary Christopher Lee.

Our community believes Moonraker is Moore's worst Bond.

Best Roger Moore Bond film

 

1. The Spy Who Loved Me

The Spy Who Loved Me
3.35 (1455)

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

The British discover that someone has found a sophisticated way to make submarines untraceable to radar and offer this technology to the highest bidder. An international crisis erupts when a submarine carrying 16 nuclear weapons disappears during a routine cruise. British Secret Service sends James Bond to find the submarine before firing the missiles at the West.

Directed by: Lewis Gilbert
Stars: Roger Moore, Barbara Bach and Curd Jürgens

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2. For Your Eyes Only

For Your Eyes Only
3.31 (1470)

For Your Eyes Only (1981)

When a British ship is sunk near Greece, the world powers embark on a frenetic search for the ship's top-secret cargo: the control system of a nuclear submarine. Agent 007 is tasked with finding the wreckage first, together with the mysterious Melina, in order to prevent a global disaster.

Directed by: John Glen
Stars: Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet and Topol

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3. The Man With the Golden Gun

The Man with the Golden Gun
3.24 (1518)

The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)

A deadly bullet for James Bond. Secret Agent 007 has to grapple with a twofold problem this time. First and foremost, he has to face the arch villain Scaramanga (Christopher Lee). It has secured an essential part of a revolutionary discovery codenamed Solex. Led by Scaramanga, the international underworld has sent the world's most dangerous professional killer on Bond.

Directed by: Guy Hamilton
Stars: Roger Moore, Christopher Lee and Britt Ekland

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4. Octopussy

Octopussy
3.28 (1655)

Octopussy (1983)

An insane Russian general stole jewels from the Kremlin and replaced them with counterfeits. Secret agent 009 is found dead with a fake Fabergé egg. He had stolen this from the spy who calls herself Octopussy. Secret agent 007, James Bond, must find out why a Russian is robbing the Kremlin.

Directed by: John Glen
Stars: Roger Moore, Maud Adams and Louis Jourdan

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5. Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die
3.21 (1491)

Live and Let Die (1973)

With charm, humor and self-assurance, Roger Moore takes on the role of the affable, worldly - and deadly - Agent 007 for the first time. He must immediately plunge into a decisive battle against a notorious drug lord whose goal is to get Bond out of the eradicate and conquer the world.

Directed by: Guy Hamilton
Stars: Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto and Jane Seymour

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6. A View To a Kill

A View to a Kill
3.17 (1527)

A View to a Kill (1985)

A special chip has been stolen from the Russians and is identical to a British design, which can withstand the radiation of a nuclear explosion. British Secret Service suspects Max Zorin of stealing the chip. James Bond is sent to find out. He discovers that Zorin produces many chips and has devised a diabolical plan to control the entire chip production.

Directed by: John Glen
Stars: Roger Moore, Christopher Walken and Tanya Roberts

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7. Moonraker

Moonraker
2.95 (1484)

Moonraker (1979)

A Boeing 747 carrying a space shuttle crashes into the Atlantic Ocean. The British discover that the space shuttle has disappeared and must apologize to the US. However, they do not leave it at that and James Bond is put on the case. He begins his research at Drax Industries who designs the Moonraker. It soon becomes apparent that he is not welcome and Bond must discover at all costs what Hugo Drax has to do with an unknown space project and a highly poisonous extinct orchid.

Directed by: Lewis Gilbert
Stars: Roger Moore, Lois Chiles and Michael Lonsdale

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