His best non-Bond role is still the Saint, but this was pretty good. He's a bit dodgy in the Wild Geese and the weak link of the cast, in my opinion. Escape to Athena is pretty goofy all around but quite enjoyable. Moore's accent has to be heard to be believed. The Sea Wolves is a good one, though he is essentially a WW2 Bond. Thank heaven the rest of the cast help elevate the film, though Gregory Peck is the one here with the dodgy accent.
"Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read."-Groucho
Moore is superb in another 70s actioner-Shout at the Devil.Great stuff with Lee Marvin in it as well.Another good one was Cannonball Run 2,in which he plays a Bond type character.Not so much tongue in cheek as truly over the top.His best ever role was in the Saint,though.I saw the black and white pilot episode recently-truly wonderful.But the colour series were even better-great scripts,excellent production values typical of UK television drama of the period.And Moore on top form throughout.Highly recommended-and the box-sets are pretty cheap now,so you have no excuse!Also The Persuaders,in which Moore appeared with Tony Curtis-what a double act they made!One of the best TV shows ever.
The Man Who Haunted Himself was a good one