Below are listed some of Roger Moore's best moments as James Bond. Feel free to add your own in the comments.
1) Moonraker – Bond gets pushed out of a plane without a parachute. He has to grab another guy's parachute before Jaws eats him.
2) Moonraker – Every time Jaws smiled at Bond, showing his metal teeth, Bond would always smile back mockingly, showing no teeth.
3) A View to a Kill – Any scene featuring villain Christopher Walken, who could make reading from the phone book interesting simply by the way. He pauses. To accentuate. His words. In a distinctive. Manner of. Speaking.
5) Live and Let Die – Watching black funeral marches where they would kill someone along the way, then break out and dance to jazz music. I think this was the precursor for the Black Lives Matter movement!
6) Moonraker – When Hugo Drax, who lives in a French mansion, loves tea, has dogs who won't eat steaks in front of them until he snaps his fingers, and has a Japanese Samurai butler, says, "Take care of Mr. Bond. See that some harm comes to him."
7) The Man with the Golden Gun – When Bond meets Scaramanga, an artistic assassin, who talks about the joys of killing people, Bond politely offers him a snack. "Nut?"
8) The Spy Who Loved Me – When Bond's sexy Russian partner is about to kill him once the mission is over, Bond says, "The condemned man is usually allowed a last request. Can we get out of these wet things?" And of course she doesn't shoot him, in fact doing something completely different with him.
9) Moonraker – When James Bond comes across a jungle villa filled with beautiful women who smile, inviting him in. Then he gets tossed off a bridge and forced to fight a giant snake. Later, when asked why he didn't linger longer, he said, "It had developed a crush on me."
What are your best memories of Roger Moore's James Bond?