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Sir Roger Q and A February 2014

Q1

Dear Sir Roger! I love Superheros like Batman, Superman, Spiderman and others. Do you always want to play a Superhero (in Tights) or be part of it? In the 80´s i saw Noble House and i found Pierce Brosnan would be a perfect Bruce Wayne/Batman because he looked so much like in the Comics. And i wouldn´t mind when you played Alfred Pennyworth, what your Friend Michael Caine played in Christopher Nolans Trilogy. What Superhero-Dream-Role should you play when your Kids were Kids? Would you took this Superhero-Outfit at Home? Thank you, George from Vienna

Hello George

I don’t have the legs to wear tights.

Growing up, Flash Gordon was my regular superhero at the cinema and we got a different part of the adventure each week.

Great fun.

Q 2 Hello Sir Roger

I’m very glad to know your health is good now.

My question for February is this….

Recently on Youtube I saw a clip of Sir Michael Caine giving some students a tutorial on acting. I found it fascinating. Have you ever done something like that (sharing your knowledge re this with others). And if you haven’t, would it be something you’d be interested in doing in the future? Sorry, there are two questions there. You can answer one or the other if you prefer. I hope you and Lady Kristina have a lovely Valentine’s Day.

Thanks again Noel

Hi Noel

I don’t honestly think anyone would be interested in acting tips from me. It might give them a laugh though I suppose. I could tell them all the things NOT to do in order to be successful!

Q3 Hello Sir Roger

Do you remember the TV programme ‘This Is Your Life’? If you were to appear on this, which person(s) would you most like to be reunited with and why?

Best wishes always Jeremy Smith

Hi Jeremy

I always said to my family, agents and friends that they were NEVER to collude in getting me on ‘This Is Your Life’. I even turned down requests to appear on it for friends who were the subjects. The idea of being surprised by people you haven’t seen in 40 years has never held any interest for me – there’s a reason you haven’t seen them for 40 years!

Q 4 Dear Sir Roger, the best wishes for you. I wondered how the media ignored in the moment of her death the life and importance of Eleanor Parker (RIP). Maybe it’s my impression but I felt that lack to highlight the trajectory of one of the most important actress in the past. Eleanor Parker was nominated for the Oscar in “Interrupted Melody” (1955), and the movie won this award as the best writing. I would like to know your memories and anecdotes regarding this movie, maybe your first important role in the big screen. In particular, could you accompany to Ms. Parker and the staff of this movie to the Oscar´s ceremony?

Thanks for your usual generosity.

Hasta pronto.

Dixon Acosta  (Bogotá, Colombia).

Hello Dixon

I was very upset to hear about Eleanor. She was the most generous and kind actor I have ever worked with.

Though in later life, because she didn’t make many films or TV appearances the industry “forgot” her to a certain extent and that’s why it never really made news headlines. It’s a fickle business we’re in.

I’ll never forget her though, and how she helped this young English actor.

Q 5 Dear Sir Roger,

a few days ago I saw a picture of you and Lady Kristina with The Queen in Buckingham Palace. I think she hosted a number of actors and actresses.

I have a question about The Queen and Buckingham Palace. You have met Her Majesty several times, I wonder what your impression of her is. What does she say to you, just the usual smalltalk? She seems to be a very nice lady, I always like her Christmas message.

And how is being inside Buckingham Palace? I suppose you get to see rooms where only a few chosen visitors may go. Do you like furniture and upholstery? Oh well, I just made it as far as to the Palace’s souvenir shop…

Thank you very much and the very best wishes

Martin (currently in London)

Hello Martin

I’ve had the great pleasure of meeting Her Majesty on many occasions, though to be invited to her home is always something very special. The occasion was to mark the Queen’s patronage of RADA and the immense support Richard Attenborough has given the academy over many, many years – sadly he wasn’t well enough to be there with us. Of the 250 guests, I soon realised I was probably the eldest!

Her Majesty was an amazing host, and I really don’t know how – after greeting 250 guests – she then made conversation around the room for a couple of hours. I needed a chair to rest my old legs after 30 minutes!

I did learn she keeps her BAFTA award on her mantelpiece – it was awarded to her for her “James Bond role” in the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony. I made 7 films and never even got a whiff of a BAFTA!

Q 6 Dear Sir Roger,

I just happened to read your autobiography and Tony Curtis’ autobiography after each other. I’m curious, as you don’t mention it in your books, how your realtionship went after The Persuaders. Also, did you read his book?

Sincerely, Kiss Dávid

Hello

I did write about my friendship with Tony after The Persuaders, as I was very close to him at the time his son tragically died. We last met in London in 2008 when we were both doing the same TV show to plug our respective books. I did indeed read Tony’s book – what an amazing life he lived!

 

 

Dear Sir Roger! I love Superheros like Batman, Superman, Spiderman and others. Do you always want to play a Superhero (in Tights) or be part of it? In the 80´s i saw Noble House and i found Pierce Brosnan would be a perfect Bruce Wayne/Batman because he looked so much like in the Comics. And i wouldn´t mind when you played Alfred Pennyworth, what your Friend Michael Caine played in Christopher Nolans Trilogy. What Superhero-Dream-Role should you play when your Kids were Kids? Would you took this Superhero-Outfit at Home? Thank you, George from Vienna

Hello George

I don’t have the legs to wear tights.

Growing up, Flash Gordon was my regular superhero at the cinema and we got a different part of the adventure each week.

Great fun.

Q 2 Hello Sir Roger

I’m very glad to know your health is good now.

My question for February is this….

Recently on Youtube I saw a clip of Sir Michael Caine giving some students a tutorial on acting. I found it fascinating. Have you ever done something like that (sharing your knowledge re this with others). And if you haven’t, would it be something you’d be interested in doing in the future? Sorry, there are two questions there. You can answer one or the other if you prefer. I hope you and Lady Kristina have a lovely Valentine’s Day.

Thanks again Noel

Hi Noel

I don’t honestly think anyone would be interested in acting tips from me. It might give them a laugh though I suppose. I could tell them all the things NOT to do in order to be successful!

Q3 Hello Sir Roger

Do you remember the TV programme ‘This Is Your Life’? If you were to appear on this, which person(s) would you most like to be reunited with and why?

Best wishes always Jeremy Smith

Hi Jeremy

I always said to my family, agents and friends that they were NEVER to collude in getting me on ‘This Is Your Life’. I even turned down requests to appear on it for friends who were the subjects. The idea of being surprised by people you haven’t seen in 40 years has never held any interest for me – there’s a reason you haven’t seen them for 40 years!

Q 4 Dear Sir Roger, the best wishes for you. I wondered how the media ignored in the moment of her death the life and importance of Eleanor Parker (RIP). Maybe it’s my impression but I felt that lack to highlight the trajectory of one of the most important actress in the past. Eleanor Parker was nominated for the Oscar in “Interrupted Melody” (1955), and the movie won this award as the best writing. I would like to know your memories and anecdotes regarding this movie, maybe your first important role in the big screen. In particular, could you accompany to Ms. Parker and the staff of this movie to the Oscar´s ceremony?

Thanks for your usual generosity.

Hasta pronto.

Dixon Acosta  (Bogotá, Colombia).

Hello Dixon

I was very upset to hear about Eleanor. She was the most generous and kind actor I have ever worked with.

Though in later life, because she didn’t make many films or TV appearances the industry “forgot” her to a certain extent and that’s why it never really made news headlines. It’s a fickle business we’re in.

I’ll never forget her though, and how she helped this young English actor.

Q 5 Dear Sir Roger,

a few days ago I saw a picture of you and Lady Kristina with The Queen in Buckingham Palace. I think she hosted a number of actors and actresses.

I have a question about The Queen and Buckingham Palace. You have met Her Majesty several times, I wonder what your impression of her is. What does she say to you, just the usual smalltalk? She seems to be a very nice lady, I always like her Christmas message.

And how is being inside Buckingham Palace? I suppose you get to see rooms where only a few chosen visitors may go. Do you like furniture and upholstery? Oh well, I just made it as far as to the Palace’s souvenir shop…

Thank you very much and the very best wishes

Martin (currently in London)

Hello Martin

I’ve had the great pleasure of meeting Her Majesty on many occasions, though to be invited to her home is always something very special. The occasion was to mark the Queen’s patronage of RADA and the immense support Richard Attenborough has given the academy over many, many years – sadly he wasn’t well enough to be there with us. Of the 250 guests, I soon realised I was probably the eldest!

Her Majesty was an amazing host, and I really don’t know how – after greeting 250 guests – she then made conversation around the room for a couple of hours. I needed a chair to rest my old legs after 30 minutes!

I did learn she keeps her BAFTA award on her mantelpiece – it was awarded to her for her “James Bond role” in the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony. I made 7 films and never even got a whiff of a BAFTA!

Q 6 Dear Sir Roger,

I just happened to read your autobiography and Tony Curtis’ autobiography after each other. I’m curious, as you don’t mention it in your books, how your realtionship went after The Persuaders. Also, did you read his book?

Sincerely, Kiss Dávid

Hello

I did write about my friendship with Tony after The Persuaders, as I was very close to him at the time his son tragically died. We last met in London in 2008 when we were both doing the same TV show to plug our respective books. I did indeed read Tony’s book – what an amazing life he lived!

Q1

Dear Sir Roger! I love Superheros like Batman, Superman, Spiderman and others. Do you always want to play a Superhero (in Tights) or be part of it? In the 80´s i saw Noble House and i found Pierce Brosnan would be a perfect Bruce Wayne/Batman because he looked so much like in the Comics. And i wouldn´t mind when you played Alfred Pennyworth, what your Friend Michael Caine played in Christopher Nolans Trilogy. What Superhero-Dream-Role should you play when your Kids were Kids? Would you took this Superhero-Outfit at Home? Thank you, George from Vienna

Hello George

I don’t have the legs to wear tights.

Growing up, Flash Gordon was my regular superhero at the cinema and we got a different part of the adventure each week.

Great fun.

Q 2 Hello Sir Roger

I’m very glad to know your health is good now.

My question for February is this….

Recently on Youtube I saw a clip of Sir Michael Caine giving some students a tutorial on acting. I found it fascinating. Have you ever done something like that (sharing your knowledge re this with others). And if you haven’t, would it be something you’d be interested in doing in the future? Sorry, there are two questions there. You can answer one or the other if you prefer. I hope you and Lady Kristina have a lovely Valentine’s Day.

Thanks again Noel

Hi Noel

I don’t honestly think anyone would be interested in acting tips from me. It might give them a laugh though I suppose. I could tell them all the things NOT to do in order to be successful!

Q3 Hello Sir Roger

Do you remember the TV programme ‘This Is Your Life’? If you were to appear on this, which person(s) would you most like to be reunited with and why?

Best wishes always Jeremy Smith

Hi Jeremy

I always said to my family, agents and friends that they were NEVER to collude in getting me on ‘This Is Your Life’. I even turned down requests to appear on it for friends who were the subjects. The idea of being surprised by people you haven’t seen in 40 years has never held any interest for me – there’s a reason you haven’t seen them for 40 years!

Q 4 Dear Sir Roger, the best wishes for you. I wondered how the media ignored in the moment of her death the life and importance of Eleanor Parker (RIP). Maybe it’s my impression but I felt that lack to highlight the trajectory of one of the most important actress in the past. Eleanor Parker was nominated for the Oscar in “Interrupted Melody” (1955), and the movie won this award as the best writing. I would like to know your memories and anecdotes regarding this movie, maybe your first important role in the big screen. In particular, could you accompany to Ms. Parker and the staff of this movie to the Oscar´s ceremony?

Thanks for your usual generosity.

Hasta pronto.

Dixon Acosta  (Bogotá, Colombia).

Hello Dixon

I was very upset to hear about Eleanor. She was the most generous and kind actor I have ever worked with.

Though in later life, because she didn’t make many films or TV appearances the industry “forgot” her to a certain extent and that’s why it never really made news headlines. It’s a fickle business we’re in.

I’ll never forget her though, and how she helped this young English actor.

Q 5 Dear Sir Roger,

a few days ago I saw a picture of you and Lady Kristina with The Queen in Buckingham Palace. I think she hosted a number of actors and actresses.

I have a question about The Queen and Buckingham Palace. You have met Her Majesty several times, I wonder what your impression of her is. What does she say to you, just the usual smalltalk? She seems to be a very nice lady, I always like her Christmas message.

And how is being inside Buckingham Palace? I suppose you get to see rooms where only a few chosen visitors may go. Do you like furniture and upholstery? Oh well, I just made it as far as to the Palace’s souvenir shop…

Thank you very much and the very best wishes

Martin (currently in London)

Hello Martin

I’ve had the great pleasure of meeting Her Majesty on many occasions, though to be invited to her home is always something very special. The occasion was to mark the Queen’s patronage of RADA and the immense support Richard Attenborough has given the academy over many, many years – sadly he wasn’t well enough to be there with us. Of the 250 guests, I soon realised I was probably the eldest!

Her Majesty was an amazing host, and I really don’t know how – after greeting 250 guests – she then made conversation around the room for a couple of hours. I needed a chair to rest my old legs after 30 minutes!

I did learn she keeps her BAFTA award on her mantelpiece – it was awarded to her for her “James Bond role” in the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony. I made 7 films and never even got a whiff of a BAFTA!

Q 6 Dear Sir Roger,

I just happened to read your autobiography and Tony Curtis’ autobiography after each other. I’m curious, as you don’t mention it in your books, how your realtionship went after The Persuaders. Also, did you read his book?

Sincerely, Kiss Dávid

Hello

I did write about my friendship with Tony after The Persuaders, as I was very close to him at the time his son tragically died. We last met in London in 2008 when we were both doing the same TV show to plug our respective books. I did indeed read Tony’s book – what an amazing life he lived!

 

 

Dear Sir Roger! I love Superheros like Batman, Superman, Spiderman and others. Do you always want to play a Superhero (in Tights) or be part of it? In the 80´s i saw Noble House and i found Pierce Brosnan would be a perfect Bruce Wayne/Batman because he looked so much like in the Comics. And i wouldn´t mind when you played Alfred Pennyworth, what your Friend Michael Caine played in Christopher Nolans Trilogy. What Superhero-Dream-Role should you play when your Kids were Kids? Would you took this Superhero-Outfit at Home? Thank you, George from Vienna

Hello George

I don’t have the legs to wear tights.

Growing up, Flash Gordon was my regular superhero at the cinema and we got a different part of the adventure each week.

Great fun.

Q 2 Hello Sir Roger

I’m very glad to know your health is good now.

My question for February is this….

Recently on Youtube I saw a clip of Sir Michael Caine giving some students a tutorial on acting. I found it fascinating. Have you ever done something like that (sharing your knowledge re this with others). And if you haven’t, would it be something you’d be interested in doing in the future? Sorry, there are two questions there. You can answer one or the other if you prefer. I hope you and Lady Kristina have a lovely Valentine’s Day.

Thanks again Noel

Hi Noel

I don’t honestly think anyone would be interested in acting tips from me. It might give them a laugh though I suppose. I could tell them all the things NOT to do in order to be successful!

Q3 Hello Sir Roger

Do you remember the TV programme ‘This Is Your Life’? If you were to appear on this, which person(s) would you most like to be reunited with and why?

Best wishes always Jeremy Smith

Hi Jeremy

I always said to my family, agents and friends that they were NEVER to collude in getting me on ‘This Is Your Life’. I even turned down requests to appear on it for friends who were the subjects. The idea of being surprised by people you haven’t seen in 40 years has never held any interest for me – there’s a reason you haven’t seen them for 40 years!

Q 4 Dear Sir Roger, the best wishes for you. I wondered how the media ignored in the moment of her death the life and importance of Eleanor Parker (RIP). Maybe it’s my impression but I felt that lack to highlight the trajectory of one of the most important actress in the past. Eleanor Parker was nominated for the Oscar in “Interrupted Melody” (1955), and the movie won this award as the best writing. I would like to know your memories and anecdotes regarding this movie, maybe your first important role in the big screen. In particular, could you accompany to Ms. Parker and the staff of this movie to the Oscar´s ceremony?

Thanks for your usual generosity.

Hasta pronto.

Dixon Acosta  (Bogotá, Colombia).

Hello Dixon

I was very upset to hear about Eleanor. She was the most generous and kind actor I have ever worked with.

Though in later life, because she didn’t make many films or TV appearances the industry “forgot” her to a certain extent and that’s why it never really made news headlines. It’s a fickle business we’re in.

I’ll never forget her though, and how she helped this young English actor.

Q 5 Dear Sir Roger,

a few days ago I saw a picture of you and Lady Kristina with The Queen in Buckingham Palace. I think she hosted a number of actors and actresses.

I have a question about The Queen and Buckingham Palace. You have met Her Majesty several times, I wonder what your impression of her is. What does she say to you, just the usual smalltalk? She seems to be a very nice lady, I always like her Christmas message.

And how is being inside Buckingham Palace? I suppose you get to see rooms where only a few chosen visitors may go. Do you like furniture and upholstery? Oh well, I just made it as far as to the Palace’s souvenir shop…

Thank you very much and the very best wishes

Martin (currently in London)

Hello Martin

I’ve had the great pleasure of meeting Her Majesty on many occasions, though to be invited to her home is always something very special. The occasion was to mark the Queen’s patronage of RADA and the immense support Richard Attenborough has given the academy over many, many years – sadly he wasn’t well enough to be there with us. Of the 250 guests, I soon realised I was probably the eldest!

Her Majesty was an amazing host, and I really don’t know how – after greeting 250 guests – she then made conversation around the room for a couple of hours. I needed a chair to rest my old legs after 30 minutes!

I did learn she keeps her BAFTA award on her mantelpiece – it was awarded to her for her “James Bond role” in the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony. I made 7 films and never even got a whiff of a BAFTA!

Q 6 Dear Sir Roger,

I just happened to read your autobiography and Tony Curtis’ autobiography after each other. I’m curious, as you don’t mention it in your books, how your realtionship went after The Persuaders. Also, did you read his book?

Sincerely, Kiss Dávid

Hello

I did write about my friendship with Tony after The Persuaders, as I was very close to him at the time his son tragically died. We last met in London in 2008 when we were both doing the same TV show to plug our respective books. I did indeed read Tony’s book – what an amazing life he lived!