DID – ROGER MOORE

DiD (Dragon In Dreams) Corporation James Bond Roger Moore Action Figure (12″/30cm) As Seen In The James Bond Film ‘Live And Let Die’ 1973. This Product Is Produced Under License And Is A Limited Edition. This Is Collectible Number 0006, Catalogue Number RM001S

Authentic Roger Moore Portrait, And Comes With A Lot Of Accessories: Belt And Holster Made Of Leather, Hands For Holding Pistol, Black Turtle Neck Pullover, Black Pants, Black Belt, Black Socks, White Shirt, Black Suit With Tie, Black Shoes, Revolver, 6 Bullets (Made Of Metal) And Figure Metal Stand

The Figure Has Been Licensed By Roger Moore’s Family And The Famous Photographer Terry O’ Neill, Who’s Photo The Action Figure Is Based Upon. Terence Patrick “Terry” O’Neill (Born 30 July 1938) Is An English Photographer. He Gained Renown Documenting The Fashions, Styles, And Celebrities Of The 1960s. O’Neill’s Photographs Display His Knack For Capturing His Subjects Candidly Or In Unconventional Settings. His Work Has Also Been Featured In Numerous Exhibitions. He Was Awarded An Honorary Fellowship Of The Royal Photographic Society In 2004 And The Society’s Centenary Medal In 2011. He Went On To Went On To Photograph Some Of Hollywood’s Most Famous Stars And Some Of The Great Music Legends And Bands
DiD (Dragon In Dreams) Corporation, China 2017


2018_10_25 (WEEK43/2018)

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