It’s a fantastic documentary introducing Roger Moore not only as a great actor but also as a UNICEF special representative. A very interesting journey through Moore’s acting career begins in 1945 ‘Caesar and Cleopatra’ where he was just an extra, but during the break in filming Brian Desmond Hurst, the second director of the movie, suggested him to join RADA. In 1953 Moore went to USA where he signed contract with MGM and played in several films and TV shows. Then he returned to Britain when he starred in his first TV series ‘Ivanhoe’ which brought him fame in UK. After that he was offered to return to USA and star opposite Carroll Baker in ‘The Miracle’. Moore was happy about that and soon did his first American TV series ‘The Alaskans’.