Roger Moore’s debut James Bond adventure, 1973’s Live and Let Die, will be marking it’s 35th anniversary this year and it seems that David ‘Felix Leiter’ Hedison is in the mood to celebrate.
The actor who appeared alongside Moore in the film (as well as 1989’s Licence To Kill with Timothy Dalton) has updated his official website by inviting fans to join him in celebrating Live and Let Die‘s anniversary at two upcoming events in the UK.
The first is an appearance at the Vintage Magazine Shop in London on Saturday, 22 March 2008. The shop has previously featured numerous cast members from the 007 films for meet & greet and autograph sessions.
For further information, phone or 020-7439-8525 visit the official website.
The second appearance is the upcoming Memorabilia–the UK’s longest running and most established event for fans of movies, cult tv, comics, video games, sport & music–on 29-30 (Saturday/Sunday) March.
Memorabilia is located at the NEC in Birmingham, UK. Click here to visit the official website.
CommanderBond.net will keep you updated on upcoming news and details regarding both of these eventss they become available. As always, keep your eyes on the CBn main page for all the latest James Bond news.