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The actor best known for his portrayal of suave British spy James Bond, Roger Moore is leading the fight against the production of a food stuff his movie alter ego would have loved to accompany his favorite tipple, a Martini - shaken not stirred of course.
Moore, who appeared in seven Bond movies from 1973 to 1985, is leading the fight against foie gras, which is made from the enlarged liver of a duck or goose.
According to campaign group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the animals involved in the process are force-fed for the pate, and have branded the process "naked cruelty."
It is the latest in a long line of causes the actor, who became an international superstar after appearing in cult series The Saint, has become involved with.
Formally trained as an actor, Moore's interpretation of the Bond role saw him portray the 007 character as a playboy with a light touch.
However his onscreen presence belies a serious side to his character. For almost a quarter of a century he has been a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF.
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