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Live And Let Die (RIP Roger Moore)


Just wanted to pay my respects to the late great Roger Moore 007.
It's thanks to him and the scenes with Jane Seymour (Solitaire) that I got
interested in tarot in the first place. The Fergus Hall was my first deck
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5G7l_HGe6E
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RIP Roger Moore


That is so awesome!! I love that they had a Tarot scene. Roger Moore was so gorgeous and loved him in the Bond movies!

RIP Roger Moore!


Thanks for sharing, love! {{HUGS}}
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Just wanted to pay my respects to the late great Roger Moore 007.
It's thanks to him and the scenes with Jane Seymour (Solitaire) that I got
interested in tarot in the first place. The Fergus Hall was my first deck
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5G7l_HGe6E
Yes, I've been thinking of pulling my own copy out for that reason.
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Ah ... this is sad. He was certainly one of the best Bonds. RIP Mr. Moore.
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Just wanted to pay my respects to the late great Roger Moore 007.
It's thanks to him and the scenes with Jane Seymour (Solitaire) that I got
interested in tarot in the first place. The Fergus Hall was my first deck
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5G7l_HGe6E
Ditto, and I tracked down my old set in a long forgotten grandfather's attic a few years ago.
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RIP Roger Moore
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We love James Bond films here. RIP Mr. Moore.
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That is so awesome!! I love that they had a Tarot scene. Roger Moore was so gorgeous and loved him in the Bond movies!

RIP Roger Moore!


Thanks for sharing, love! {{HUGS}}
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I thought that Roger Moore was at his absolutely best looking in The Persuaders! with Tony Curtis. He was less clunky than the Saint and younger than Bond.
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