I invited Sirs Roger Moore and Sean Connery to watch and review the eighth 007 film Live and Let Die
ROGER - Sean, I'll let you do the honours.
SEAN - No problem. Live and Let Die: a story of voodoo, gangsters, drugs and racial stereotyping.
ROGER - That might be a little unfair, Sean.
SEAN - How so?
ROGER - You have to understand, it was a different time.
SEAN - What time? 1860?
ROGER - Well, I didn't write the picture.
SEAN - How pissweak. I wrote all the movies I starred in.
ROGER - You did not.
SEAN - Every one. I bought a typewriter and everything.
ROGER - I've seen them, Sean. You are never credited as the screenwriter.
SEAN - I used aliases.
ROGER - Roald Dahl, Richard Maibaum, Tom Mankiewicz?
SEAN - They were my pen names.
ROGER - Roald Dahl was your pen name?
SEAN - Yes.
ROGER - Tom Mankiewicz?
SEAN - One of my favourites.
ROGER - You're not Tom Mankiewicz; he wrote Superman.
SEAN - I wrote Superman!
ROGER - He also wrote Live and Let Die.
SEAN - I...
ROGER - Racist.