They tried replacing Sean Connery once and failed. But with Connery's determination to move his career beyond Bond, United Artists had to once again recast the British spy. With the adaptation of Ian Flemming's second James Bond novel, Live and Let Die, English actor Roger Moore stepped into the tuxedo. Moore was already familiar with playing a spy, having played Simon Templar on television's The Saint for eight years, and Moore continued that success becoming the longest-serving James Bond actor, holding the role for twelve years. Now Brock, Stuart, and Arnie review Moore's first Bond film as he travels to America to investigate a drug lord from the Bahamas. Did this voodoo-themed adventure cast a spell on the Now Playing hosts? Listen to find out!