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 July 22, 2003
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Roger Moore hospitalized after collapsing on New York stage
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London-AP -- One of the men who starred as James Bond on the big screen is recovering in a hospital after collapsing yesterday.

Roger Moore's assistant says the 75-year-old actor was performing a dance number during a stage performance in New York when he fell down.

Assistant Gareth Owen says Moore was taken to a hospital. The New York City Fire Department says only that an unconscious patient was taken from the theater.

Owen says Moore's agent told him Moore is comfortable and doing fine.

Moore played Bond in six movies from 1973 to 1985.

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