British director Guy Hamilton who made Diamonds are Forever and Live and Let Live has died. He was 93 and passed away at a hospital in Majorca in Spain. The man, who was an icon of four Bond films, has passed into history leaving his fans and Hollywood in a state of mourning. 

The phrase 'live and let live' was synonymous with the world-famous James Bond director. He literally kept it simple and interesting.

For 51 years, he spun magic behind the lens. At 93, the legend leaves behind a legacy of five decades in the glitzy and glamour industry.

The director’s demise has left a huge void in the film fraternity. Roger Moore took to Twitter to pay tribute to the legendary director. 

 

 

He will be remembered by his fans for his smile, and his hat and will continue to live onscreen and to entertain many across the globe.