Actress and former Bond girl Madeline Smith, who starred with actor Sir Roger Moore in Live and Let Die, expected to pay tribute to him at Wymondham movie screening

The old Regal Cinema at Wymondham now the Ex-Services Club.

The old Regal Cinema at Wymondham now the Ex-Services Club. - Credit: Submitted

An actress who started in iconic Bond film scene with Roger Moore is expected to pay tribute to him when she makes a personal appearance at the screening of the movie this weekend.

Madeline Smith starred as a Bond girl in Mr Moore's first outing as the character – Live and Let Die – in 1973.

She went onto star with the likes of Alec Guinness, Ava Gardner, Cliff Richard, Frankie Howerd, as well as the Carry On team, the Two Ronnies and Steptoe and Son.

For two years she was the leading lady in Agatha Christie's long-running play The Mousetrap at St Martin's Theatre in London.

Ms Smith will discuss her career on stage, television and the silver screen when she attends the screening of Live and Let Die at Wymondham Ex-Services' Club (Regal Cinema) on Sunday, May 28 at 2.30pm.

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Tickets are available from Michael Armstrong on 01953 603246 or Maureen Dodman on 01953 605593 and at Simply Cards, Market Street, Wymondham.

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