From 1962 until 1969, “The Saint” is one of the most productive 1960s British television series, second only to “The Avengers” in the amount of episodes.
Both shows were made at Elstree Studios and Roger Moore would frequently visit the set of “The Avengers” to have a cup of tea with his good friend Patrick Macnee or surprise Linda Thorson.
Debonair and charming, it’s no surprise that Roger Moore was approached to take on the role of 007 when Connery had decided to move on, but it wouldn’t be until after George Lazenby had a go and Sean Connery had reprised the role that Moore would step into the part of Bond in 1973.
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