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In this kind, funny autobiography, Moore does his best to debunk his image as an upper-crust all-action hero... so engaging... so genuine. This is a delightful book, crammed with anecdotes of the television and film industry from the Fifties to the Noughties (The Mail on Sunday)
Moore's autobiography is the funniest film memoir since David Niven's The Moon's A Balloon (The Daily Mail)
Stuffed with showbiz anecdotes (The Sun)
Funny, frank and charming (The Lady)
There are stories galore... With a warm, winning mix of self-deprecation and praise for family, friends and colleagues, Sir Roger emerges as a figure every bit as dashing, but rather better-natured, than any he's played onscreen (Empire)
Warm-hearted recollections of a long and distinguished career (The Scotsman)
A lovely, ambling read (The Times)
An amusing and racy memoir... Moore's wit and self-deprecation are evident on every page (The Stage)
A man who can still snap a woman's knicker elastic with the flick of an eyebrow (The Times) --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
snug and comforting...what Moore does write about, engagingly and with tremendous warmth, is his London childhood and the path from losing his job as a trainee animator, to movie extra, to film and television star. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Lost interest Roger Moore is interesting and witty on chat programmes this has not translated into his written wordPublished 19 days ago by jill whipp
This autobiography is entertaining and not too taxing.Moore is typically self deprecating about his career, giving a lot of the credit to luck rather than talent. Read morePublished 29 days ago by haynes
Really enjoyed the UNICEF stories and hearing about the great work the charity is doing. Other parts were a bit slow but stay with itPublished 1 month ago by Mrs. L. J. Burgess
Moore is Alan Partridge's idol, and it's not hard to see why. Warm witty, and with a on screen persona that reflected the man off camera, this is a wonderful insight into one of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R.M.F.Brown (Author)
An interesting insight into the life of Moore, full of anecdotes and stories from his world. He doesn't take himself too seriously which makes him even more human and interesting.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
it was ok as Autobiographies go funny in a few places he never slagged anybody off he would just say no words suitable for this person and carry on with story. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rob Evo