Britain\u2019s oldest stuntman survived a 40ft plunge from a burning building to raise awareness of charitable legacies. \r\n\r\n\r\nRocky Taylor, 64, suffered a fractured spine, pelvis and horrific burns when the scene went horrifically wrong on the set of Michael Winner\u2019s 1985 thriller starring Charles Bronson.\r\n\r\nBut Rocky \u2013 who has doubled for Roger Moore and Sean Connery in James Bond films \u2013 exorcised his demons by executing the copycat stunt perfectly in front of hundreds of onlookers.\r\n\r\nToday relieved Rocky of Cobham, Surrey, said: \u201dI was incredibly nervous when I was standing on the building with the flames behind me. It brought back everything which happened all those years ago. But it felt good to jump. It was something I had to do and I\u2019m glad to have finally done it again and got it out of my system.\u201d\r\n\r\nRocky threw himself off a building at Battersea Power Station in London yesterday evening. He re-enacted the stunt\u00a0to help raise awareness of the importance of gifts in wills to charities.