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Robert Shaw's character didn't know not to drink red claret with fish. Dead giveaway, thus Bond knew he wasn't who he said he was. Alimentary, my dear Watney's...
Connery was the protoypical Bond, but you also need to keep things in historical perspective as to how the world was in the mid 60's.
Roger Moore was a joke, and he treated the entire franchise like it was a comedy...trying to make it more like Dean Martin's 'Matt Helm', and nearly ruined the entire spy genre!
Pierce Brosnan's Bond was the closest to Connery's, IMHO, but the scripts he got were hokey and lame....still better than the rest...
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