He was the first Bond I ever saw theatrically - 1973's LIVE AND LET DIE - and for that reason is still my favorite even if he's not regarded as the "best" Bond.
This is an even better legacy:
UNICEF executive director Anthony Lake said in a statement. "In his most famous roles as an actor, Sir Roger was the epitome of cool sophistication; but in his work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, he was a passionate – and highly persuasive – advocate for children. He once said that it was up to all of us to give children a more peaceful future. Together with [his wife] Lady Kristina, he worked very hard to do so."The Hollywood Reporter offers a detailed obituary HERE
The Spy Command presents a fan's view HERE
Trailer for my favorite Roger Moore 007 outing, 1983's OCTOPUSSY:
Two items from my collection.