Live and Let Die (1973) is the eighth spy film in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, and the first is Roger Moore as fictional MI6 agent James Bond. Live and Let Die was released at the height of the Blaxploitation era, and many of Blaxploitation's archetypes and clichés are featured in the film, including derogatory racial names ("honky"), black gangsters and pimp mobiles. It moves away from the earlier plots of the James Bond movies about megalomaniac supervillains and instead focuses on drug trafficking, a common theme of the blaxploitation films of the time. It plays in African American cultural centers like Harlem and New Orleans as well as on the Caribbean islands.
DID is pleased to announce that they have been licensed by Roger Moore's family and the famous photographer Terry O'Neill to produce and produce their first 1/6 release. Roger Moore's 12-inch character from Live and Let Die (1973). DID RM001 1 / 6th scale Roger Moore 12 inch collectible parts list: Super realistic head sculpt, 12 inch body figure, holding palms for the gun, black t-shirt, black pants, black belt (Geniune leather), black Socks, shoes, brown holster (geniune leather), 6-round revolver (metal), DID stand
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