Gentlemanly behaviour

When Roger Moore had to film a sex scene, he would apologise in advance to the actress involved in case she aroused him noticeably — or failed to do so.

6 thoughts on “Gentlemanly behaviour”

  1. I remember seeing an interview with an actress who said, quite seriously, that it was ‘bloody rude’ her acting partner didn’t get a hardon when they filmed a sex scene.

  2. @Steve Crook – I think it’s very sensible if you don’t know how your acting partner feels about the issue. It’s a coy way to get out of a possibly “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” situation.

  3. (Not very well prepared) interviewer: Do you speak often with Tony Curtis, your friend and co-star of The Persuaders?

    Roger Moore: Not since he died.

  4. So Much For Subtlety

    Of course this is the source of the infamous Edith Cresson comment – that British men were all Gay because no one harassed her in the street.

    Women can take these things a little personally.

  5. Wasn’t there some product that was half jokingly advertised “It won’t make you James Bond, but it might make you Roger Moore…”

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