Live and Let Die: Roger Moore diary claimed Bond set racist slurs and ‘truth’ of JFK death | Films | Entertainment

The Live and Let Die shoot was taking place in 1970s Louisiana so Roger convinced Saltzman to call the props man something else. In the end, the producer settled on “Chalky”.

Meanwhile, the Bond star’s diary also claimed he had insider information on the truth of the JFK assassination in 1963.

Moore said he was invited to watch some footage with FBI agents in the office of Jim Garrison, the District Attorney of New Orleans, who had investigated the assassination of JFK.

The Bond star said he couldn’t say what he saw but had concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald did not fire the shot that killed the president and said Garrison believed there was an accomplice who was part of a CIA conspiracy.

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