It's a debate that has raged ever since a debonair young Brit demanded his martinis were shaken, not stirred.
Who's the best James Bond of all-time?
In an interview with our Chris Parente about her cameo in the FOX show "Ben and Kate," Jane Seymour weighed in on the debate.
"Obviously I have to Roger Moore, because he was my Bond,” said Seymour, who stared as Bond girl Solitaire alongside Moore in “Live and Let Die” in 1973.
However, that clear choice doesn't mean Seymour would discourage anyone from questioning it.
"I think the great thing about the Bond franchise is that every era has a completely different kind of Bond," Seymour said. "And that Bond is always perfect for that particular era."
Enjoy some classic lines from Roger Moore's Bond films along with Seymour's interview in the video above. Below, weigh in on the Bond debate yourself.
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