Tag Archives: Roger Moore
Interrupted Melody (1955) Curtis Bernhardt, Glenn Ford, Eleanor Parker, Roger Moore, Biography, Drama, Music
Sherlock Holmes in New York (1976) Boris Sagal, Roger Moore, John Huston, Patrick Macnee, Crime, Mystery
The Cannonball Run (1981) Hal Needham, Burt Reynolds, Roger Moore, Farrah Fawcett, Action, Comedy, Sport
This comedy film brings Burt Reynolds, Roger Moore, Farrah Fawcett, Dom DeLuise, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and an all-star cast to the starting line of the ultimate auto race, a madcap cross-country scramble that roars full-speed ahead. This action-comedy was inspired by an actual event: the Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash, an anything goes, all-stops-out – and very much illegal – competition that has grown to legendary proportions within the last ten years.
The Naked Face (1984) Bryan Forbes, Roger Moore, Rod Steiger, Elliott Gould, Action, Mystery, Thriller
Chicago psychiatrist Judd Stevens (Roger Moore) is suspected of murdering one of his patients when the man turns up stabbed to death in the middle of the city. After repeated attempts to convince cops Rod Steiger and Elliott Gould of his innocence, Dr.Stevens is forced to go after the real villains himself, and he finds himself up against one of the city’s most notorious Mafia kingpins.
Fire, Ice and Dynamite (1990) Willy Bogner, Roger Moore, Shari Belafonte, Simon Shepherd, Action, Comedy
Sir George fakes his own death so that his estate will go to the winners of the “Megathon”, a pseudo-Olympics event. His three step-children are forced to compete in a variety of winter-type sports against top athletes representing other companies George owed debts to, so that they can gain their inheritance.
North Sea Hijack (1979) Andrew V. McLaglen, Roger Moore, James Mason, Anthony Perkins, Action, Adventure, Thriller
A terrorist (Anthony Perkins) holds an offshore drilling rig and production platform for ransom in the North Sea. Ffolkes (Roger Moore) a wealthy mysogynistic eccentric, volunteers to send his crack team of soldiers in to stop the terrorists. With few other options available, the British Government reluctantly accepts his help.
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) Basil Dearden, Roger Moore, Hildegard Neil, Alastair Mackenzie, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller
While driving one evening, Harold Pelham appears possessed and has a car accident. While on the operating table, there even appears to be two heartbeats on the monitor. When he awakes, Pelham finds his life has been turned upside-down: he learns that he now supports a merger that he once opposed, and that he apparently is having an affair. People claim they have seen him in places that he has never been. Does Pelham have a doppelganger – or is he going insane?
The Wild Geese (1978) Andrew V. McLaglen, Richard Burton, Roger Moore, Richard Harris, Action, Adventure, Drama
A British multinational seeks to overthrow a vicious dictator in central Africa. It hires a band of (largely aged) mercenaries in London and sends them in to save the virtuous but imprisoned opposition leader.
The Sea Wolves (1980) Andrew V. McLaglen, Gregory Peck, Roger Moore, David Niven, Action, History, War
In March 1943, in the World War II, the Germans use the neutral harbor of the Portuguese colony of Mormugoa to transmit information to a U-Boat about the allied ships to sink them in international waters. In Calcutta, the British Intelligence assigns Colonel Lewis Pugh and Captain Gavin Stewart to spy in Goa and they discover that there are three German vessels anchored in the area and the famous spy Trompeta is based in Goa. They kidnap Trompeta to interrogate him but Lewis accidentally kills the spy after fighting with him in the runaway car. Meanwhile Gavin has one night stand with the gorgeous and elegant Mrs. Cromwell, who is the partner of Trompeta. They fail in their mission, but Lewis and Gavin convince their chief to use the veterans from Calcutta Light Horse led by the retired Colonel W.H. Grice to travel to Goa on board of the old ship Phoebe, pretending to be drunken businessmen on holiday.