Citing that for decades the legendary actor epitomised “sly British cool,” after establishing himself as a debonair TV star during the ’60s – Apple says that Moore became an “international icon” when he took over the role of James Bond, during the series’ most decadent era …
From 1973’s Live and Let Die through 1985’s A View to a Kill, Moore’s Bond foiled bad buys with a ready quip and a devilish gleam in his eye. Decked out in a tuxedo with a martini glass in hand, nobody did it better.
Apple is specifically highlighting all of the Bond films that Moore starred in and which are available to own on iTunes – this week, alongside other films that fans of the late actor are perhaps yet to discover.
Whilst Apple’s newly dedicated section is seemingly not available to access via any one link, you can explore all of the TV and movie titles the firm is currently featuring through it – below.