Roger Moore's Greatest Role?
Wow. This could have been so much better than it is, but that is more the fault of the director, poor editing, and whatever shmuck was behind the production design. Because the performances are first rate, including Perkins, and the story (though kind of a mess) is quite gripping, with some fantastic cinematography.
But Moore really steals the show with this one. He is so much more alive and believable than he EVER was as Bond, and seems to be having a grand time doing it.
There, daddy, do I get a gold star?