The two stars were shooting scenes for the dramatic climax of Moore's debut 007 outing in 1973 when a mistake by a crew member left Seymour teetering on the edge of a "chasm".
Quick-thinking Moore grabbed the actress by her hair and yanked her to safety with seconds to spare - and she repaid his good deed by leaving him writhing in agony when she landed on his lap.
Continue reading: Roger Moore Saved Jane Seymour's Life On Bond Set
The track, composed by Sir Paul MCCartney and his late wife Linda for the opening and closing credits of Sir Roger Moore's debut outing as 007 in 1973, has topped a new Bbc Radio poll.
Carly Simon's Nobody Does It Better - the theme tune to 1977's The Spy Who Loved Me - comes in second place, and Goldfinger by Dame Shirley Bassey is third.
The survey was commissioned as part of the celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of the first Bond movie, Dr. No, next month (Oct12).
Continue reading: Live And Let Die Tops Bond Songs Poll
Yankovic has famously spoofed many well-known songs during his career, including Beat It by Michael Jackson and Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit.
He typically pens a similar-sounding song and adjusts the lyrics to mock the original artist - but strict vegetarian MCCartney refused to green-light Yankovic's parody of the Wings track because of its meat-based title.
The funnyman tells Espn's The B.S. Report, "He didn't want a song used in any context that would be supposedly promoting the consumption of animal flesh... It's a valid reason and I get it. And I hate it when people put him on the list of humourless guys, because that wasn't the case at all. In fact, he said, 'Think of any other subject and I'm happy to OK it'."
Continue reading: Mccartney Blocked Yankovic Spoof
The Welsh songstress tackled the hit Bond theme for her contribution to the upcoming War Child charity album Heroes.
And MCCartney is bowled over with the new version of his Oscar-nominated Wings song.
The track is among a host of classic cover versions slated for inclusion on the new album, which is due for release in November (08).
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New 007 star Daniel Craig wants veteran Bond girl Jane Seymour to feature in the next instalment of the spy series - as his love interest.
Seymour, 57, starred opposite Roger Moore in 1973's Live And Let Die, and Craig is petitioning movie bosses to bring her back for his follow-up to last year's (06) Casino Royale.
He says, "Casino Royale was about early Bond and I love the idea of him revisiting his past and meeting up with ex-loves.
"That has to include Jane Seymour. I'm a huge fan, I thought she was fantastic."
Veteran actor SIR Sean Connery has been named the best James Bond and his 1964 007 movie Goldfinger the best Bond film, in a new survey.
Connery, who was the first actor to portray the secret agent on the big screen in 1962's DR NO, beat out competition from Roger Moore, who was the second favourite Bond, followed by Pierce Brosnan in third place.
In a survey of over 3,000 fans polled by British gift company Red Letter Days, Goldfinger was voted the best 007 movie, followed by Live And Let Die (1973) in second place, and Die Another Day (2002) in third.
Elsewhere, Ursula Andress, who played HONEY RYDER in Dr No, was named best Bond girl, followed by Honor Blackman as PUSSY GALORE in Goldfinger in second place, and Halle Berry as JINX JOHNSON in Die Another Day in third.
Legendary actor SIR Roger Moore has Iikened the nerves he felt at the premiere of Live And Let Die to being at the birth of his children.
Moore made his debut as suave secret agent James Bond in the highly-anticipated 1973 movie, and was worried how he would fare in comparison to his predecessor SIR Sean Connery.
The 78-year-old says, "The only time I felt any trepidation was about an hour before LIVE AND LET DIE.
"But after 15 minutes I began to think of the experience like having a baby. Your wife's in labour, the baby's coming out and there's b**ger all you can do about it."
Sir Paul McCartney is carrying on the animal-loving legacy of his late wife LINDA by providing a friendly living environment for rescued deer.
Lane, who wrote hit UK sitcoms BREAD and BUTTERFLIES, says, "Paul is absolutely an animal man. At the sanctuary we get called out for deer that have been in car accidents. And when we save a deer - although it's only happened twice so far - we go to Paul's woodland to release it back into the wild."
Former BEATLE Sir Paul McCartney has changed his mind about his music being used in commercials - and authorised the use of 20 of his hits in TV adverts.
McCartney slammed the use of Beatle song REVOLUTION in a NIKE advertisement several years ago, claiming it "cheapened the song".
But the ex-WINGS frontman has changed his tune, announcing that a sampler of 20 post-Beatle songs, including Jet, Live And Let Die and SILLY LOVE SONGS is to be sent to advertising companies immediately.
Continue reading: Shock Turnaround As McCartney Goes Commercial
The restaurant owner believes Farrell would need to be as tall as his father, who first played Bond in 1973's Live And Let Die.
He also dismisses Ewan McGregor's suitability for the role, despite reports the Scottish actor is allegedly in negotiations for the 21st Bond film.
Continue reading: Farrell 'Too Short' To Play Bond, Says Moore's Son
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