For instance, the 81-year-old actor tells in the book that how on A View to a Kill co-star Grace Jones so often ignored his pleas to turn down the dreadful music in her trailer that "I marched into her room, pulled the plug out and then went back to my room, picked up a chair and flung it at the wall," reports the New York Daily News.
Sir Moore lightened the mood for their sex scene with help from a long black sex toy that "I slipped between the sheets. I'm glad she thought it was funny," he reveals in the book. Then there was his big jet boat chase in Live and Let Die, where "the engine cut out. I had no steering! I [crashed] into a wooden boathouse, [flying] straight into a wall, cracking my front teeth and twisting my knee badly," he narrates in the tell-all.
The 'fearless 007' also reveals how he spent the rest of the shoot "hobbling on a cane to my boat and then pretending to be indestructible for the cameras. Who says I can't act?" Meanwhile another legendary Bond actor Sean Connery has come up his book 'Being a Scott', which talks about his homeland's history.