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Ears small, with large lobes, indicating some Jewish blood. Hands small, well-tended, hirsute. Racially, subject is probably a mixture of Mediterranean with Prussian or Polish strains.
Dresses well and meticulously, generally in dark double-breasted suits. Smokes incessantly Caporals, using a denicotinizing holder. At frequent intervals inhales from ben- zedrine inhaler.
Voice soft and even. Bilingual in French and English. Traces of Marseillais accent. Mostly expensive, but discreet. Large sex- ual appetites.
Expert driver of fast cars. Carries three Eversharp razor blades, in hatband, heel of left shoe, and cigarette case.
Knowledge of accountancy and mathematics. Always accompanied by two armed guards, well-dressed, one French, one German details available.
A formidable and dangerous agent of the U. Own archives and scanty material made available by DeuxiSme Bureau and C. Smersh is a conjunction of two Russian words: Leningrad substation at Moscow.
Its task is the elimination of all forms of treachery and back-sliding within the various branches of the Soviet Secret Service and Secret Police at home and abroad.
It is the most powerful and feared organization in the U. It was then rapidly expanded to cope with treachery and double agents during the retreat of the Soviet forces in At that time it worked as an execution squad for the N.
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He walked belligerently up to M. I want to sell something to the Chief. Is this a good moment? He won a bit of a victory at the F.
The Chief of Staff crossed his office and went through the double doors leading into M. In a moment he came out, and over the entrance a small blue light burned the warning that M.
Later, a triumphant Head of S. He said it was subversion and blackmail. He got pretty sharp about it. He and the Deuxieme bowled them out in the end, and turned in a million francs he had won at shemmy.
Good money in those days. Bond looked across the desk into the shrewd, clear eyes. The odds at baccarat are the best after "trente et quarante" — evens except for the tiny "cagnotte" — but I might get a bad run against me and get cleaned out.
Bond wished he had kept quiet about his misgivings. Up to twenty-five million, the same as him. You can make the extra five yourself. Have a talk to Q.
The Paymaster will fix the funds. You seemed to get on well with him in Monte Carlo on that other Casino job. Try and bring it off.
Le Chiffre is a good man. Well, best of luck. He left the room hoping that the man they sent would be loyal to. He had arrived at Royale-les-Eaux in time for lunch- eon two days before.
Charles would make the story stick. He made a high banco at chemin-de-fer whenever he heard one offered. In this way he had made some three million francs and had given his nerves and card-sense a thorough workout.
He had got the geography of the Casino clear in his mind. Above all, he had been able to observe Le Chiffre at the tables and to note ruefully that he was a faultless and lucky gambler.
Bond liked to make a good breakfast. After a cold shower, he- sat at the writing-table in front of the window.
He looked out at the beautiful day and con- sumed half a pint of iced orange juice, three scrambled eggs and bacon, and a double portion of coffee without sugar.
He lit his first cigarette, a Balkan and Turkish mixture made for him by Morlands of Grosvenor Street, and watched the small waves lick the long seashore and the fishing fleet from Dieppe string out towards the June heat-haze followed by a paper-chase of herring- gulls.
He was lost in his thoughts when the telephone rang. It was the concierge announcing that a Director of Radio Stentor was waiting below with the wireless set he v had ordered from Paris.
Bond watched the door, hoping that it would be Mathis. When Mathis came in, a respectable businessman carrying a large square parcel by its leather handle, Bond smiled broadly and would have greeted him with warmth if Mathis had not frowned and held up his free hand after carefully closing the door.
There are no mountains for forty miles in any direction. Mathis paid no attention. He placed the set, which he had unwrapped, on the floor beside the unlit panel elec- tric fire below the mantelpiece.
They are touring Europe. Let us see what the reception is like. It should be a fair test. Bond noticed that he had turned the volume on to full and that the red light indicating the long waveband was illuminated, though the set was still silent.
Mathis fiddled at the back of the set. Suddenly an ap- palling roar of static filled the small room.
Mathis gazed at the set for a few seconds with benevolence and then turned it off, and his voice was full of dismay.
Bond smiled back at him. Mathis sat down on the bed and ripped open a packet of Caporal with his thumbnail. They must have been on to you for several days before you arrived.
The opposition is here in real strength. Above you is the Muntz family. She is from somewhere in Central Europe, perhaps a Czech.
This is an old- fashioned hotel. There are disused chimneys behind these electric fires. In their room is a wire recorder and a pair of earphones on which the Muntzes listen in turn.
That is why Madame Muntz has the grippe and takes all her meals in bed and why Monsieur Muntz has to be constantly at her side in- stead of enjoying the sunshine and the gambling of this delightful resort.
The rest we confirmed by unscrewing your elec- tric fire a few hours before you got here. Their grooves showed minute scratches.
He walked over to the radio, which was still transmitting close harmony to its audience of three, and switched it off.
Are they not a wonderful team? Just what I was looking for to take back to Jamaica. Bond frowned at him. Could the Russians have broken one of our ciphers?
If so, he might just as well pack up and go home. He and his job would have been stripped naked. Mathis seemed to read his mind.
A pretty flap we caused, I can tell you. She is very beautiful Bond frowned , very beautiful in- deed.
All new machines, even French ones, are apt to have teething troubles in the first day or two. Bond was not amused. She speaks French like a native and knows her job backwards.
What is more natural than that you should pick up a pretty girl here? He had his two guards with him. They look pretty capable fellows. One of them has been seen visiting a little pension in the town where three mysterious and rather subhuman characters checked in two days ago.
They may be part of the team. Their papers are in or- der — stateless Czechs apparently — but one of our men says the language they talk in their room is Bulgarian.
The Russians use them for simple killings or as fall-guys for more complicated ones. Which is mine to be? Come to the bar of the Hermitage before lunch.
Ask her to dinner this evening. Then it will be natural for her to come into the Casino with you. London told me to tell you. May come in useful. Mathis switched it off and they exchanged some phrases about the set and about how Bond should pay for it.
Then with effusive farewells and a final wink Mathis bowed himself out. He was completely blown and under really professional sur- veillance. An attempt might be made to put him away even before he had a chance to pit himself against Le Chiffre at the tables.
The Russians had no stupid prejudices about murder. And then there was this pest of a girl. Women were for recreation.
On a job, they got in the;; way and fogged things up with sex and hurt feelings and all the emotional baggage they carried around.
One had to look out for them and take care of them. There was a strong scent of pine and mimosa in the air, and the freshly watered gardens of the Casino opposite, interspersed with neat gravel par- terres and paths, lent the scene a pretty formalism more appropriate to ballet than to melodrama.
The sun shone, and there was a gaiety and sparkle in the air which seemed to promise well for the new era of fashion and prosperity for which the little seaside town, after many vicissitudes, was making its gallant bid.
Royale-les-Eaux, which lies near the mouth of the Somme before the flat coast-line soars up from the beaches of southern Picardy to the Brittany cliffs which run on to Le Havre, had experienced much the same fortunes as Trouville.
Since all French people suffer from liver com- plaints, Royale quickly became Royale-les-Eaux, and Eau Royale, in a torpedo-shaped bottle, grafted itself demurely on to the tail of the mineral-water lists in hotels and restaurant cars.
It did not long withstand the powerful combines of Vichy and Perrier and Vittel. There came a series of lawsuits; a number "of people lost a lot of money, and very soon its sale was again entirely local.
Royale fell back on the takings from French and English families v during the summer, on its fishing-fleet in winter and on the crumbs which fell to its elegantly dilapidated Casino from the tables at Le Touquet.
But there was something splendid about the Negresco baroque of the Casino Royale, a strong whiff of Vic- torian elegance and luxury, and in Royale caught, the fancy of a syndicate in Paris which disposed of large funds belonging to a group of expatriate Vichyites.
Brighton had been revived since the war, and Nice. Nostalgia for more specious, golden times might be a source of revenue. The Casino was repainted in its original white and gilt, and the rooms decorated in the palest grey with wine-red carpets and curtains.
Vast chandeliers were suspended from the ceilings. The gardens were spruced, and the fountains played again, and the two main hotels, the Splendide and the Hermitage, were prinked and furbished and restaffed.
Then the Mahomet Ali Syndicate was cajoled into starting a high game in the Casino and the Socie"te des Bains de Mer de Royale felt that now at last Le Touquet would have to yield up some of the treasure stolen over the years from its parent plage.
Against the background of this luminous and sparkling stage Bond stood in the sunshine and felt his mission to be incongruous and remote and his dark profession an affront to his fellow actors.
He shrugged away the momentary feeling of unease and walked round the back of his hotel and down the ramp to the garage.
Bond drove it hard and well and with an almost sensual pleasure. It was a battleship-grey convertible coupe, which really did convert, and it was capable of touring at ninety with thirty miles an hour in reserve.
Bond eased the car out of the garage and up the ramp, and soon the loitering drumbeat of the two-inch exhaust was echoing down the tree-lined boulevard, through the crowded main street of the little town, and off through the sand dunes to the south.
An hour later, Bond walked into the Hermitage bar and chose a table near one of the broad windows. Everything was brass-studded leather and polished mahogany.
The cur- tains and carpets were in royal blue! The waiters wore striped waistcoats and green baize aprons. The men were drinking inexhaustible quarter-bottles of champagne, the women dry Martinis.
Bond, ap- propriately flustered, rose to his feet. Are you awaiting someone? May I present my colleague, Mademoiselle Lynd? My dear, this is the gentleman from Jamaica with whom I had the pleasure of doing business this morning.
Would you both care to join me? Mathis and Bond exchanged cheerful talk about the fine weather and the prospects of a revival in the for- x tunes of Royale-les-Eaux.
The girl sat silent. Her movements were economical and precise with no trace of self-consciousness. Bond felt her presence strongly. While he and Mathis talked, he turned from time to time towards her, politely including her in the conversation, but adding up the impressions recorded by each glance.
Her hair was very black, and she wore it cut square and low on the nape of the neck, framing her face to below the clear and beautiful line of her jaw.
Although it was heavy and moved with the movements of her head, she did not constantly pat it back into place, but let it alone.
Her eyes were wide apart and deep blue, and they gazed candidly back at Bond with a touch of ironical disinterest which, to his annoyance, he found he would like to shatter, roughly.
Her skin was lightly sun- tanned and bore no trace of makeup except on her mouth, which was wide and sensual. Her bare arms and hands had a quality of repose, and the general im- pression Of restraint in her appearance and movements was carried even to her fingernails, which were un- painted and cut short.
Round her neck she wore a plain gold chain of wide flat links, and on the fourth finger of the right hand a broad topaz ring. Her medium-length dress was of grey soie sauvage with a square-cut bodice, lasciviously tight across her fine breasts.
She wore a three-inch, hand-stitched black belt. A hand-stitched black sabretache rested on 34 CASINO ROYALE the chair beside her, together with a wide cartwheel hat of gold straw, its crown encircled by a thin black velvet ribbon which tied at the back in a short bow.
Her shoes were square-toed of plain black leather. Bond was excited by her beauty and intrigued by her composure. The prospect of working with her stimulated him.
At the same time he felt a vague disquiet. On an impulse he touched wood. After a time he rose. I must arrange my rendezvous for dinner tonight.
Perhaps I will bring you luck. She seemed to acknowledge that they were a team and, as they discussed the time and place of their meeting, Bond realized that it would be quite easy after all to plan the details of his project with her.
He felt that after all she was interested and excited by her role and that she would work willingly with him. He had imagined many hurdles before establishing a rapport, but now he felt he could get straight down to professional details.
He was quite honest to himself about the hypocrisy of his attitude towards her. As a woman, he wanted to sleep with her, but only when the job had been done.
He explained that he was expected back at his hotel to have lunch with friends. When for a moment he held her hand in his he felt a warmth of affection and understanding pass between them that would have seemed impossible half an hour earlier.
Mathis moved his chair close to hers and said softly: I am glad you have met each other. I can already feel the ice-floes on the two rivers breaking up.
It will be a new experience for him. He reminds me rather of Hoagy Carmichael, but there is something cold and ruthless in his Suddenly a few feet , away the entire plate-glass window shivered into con- fetti.
The blast of a terrific explosion, very near, hit them so that they were rocked back in their chairs. There was an instant of silence.
Some objects pattered down on to the pavement outside. Bottles slowly toppled off the shelves behind the bar. Then there were screams and a stampede for the door.
He kicked back his chair and hurtled through the empty window-frame on to the payment. The day was still beautiful, but by now the sun was very hot and the plane-trees, spaced about twenty feet apart on the grass verge between the pavement and the broad tarmac, gave a cool shade.
There were few people abroad and the two men stand- ing quietly under a tree on the opposite side of the boulevard looked out of place. There was something rather disquieting about their appearance.
They were both small, and they were dressed alike in dark and, Bond reflected, rather hot- looking suits.
They had the appearance of a variety turn waiting for a bus on the way to the theatre. Incongruously, each dark, squat little figure was illuminated by a touch of bright colour.
They were both carrying square camera-cases slung from the shoulder. And one case was bright red and the other case bright blue. By the time Bond had taken in these details, he had come to within fifty yards of the two men.
He was reflecting on the ranges of various types of weapon and the possibilities of cover when an extraordinary and terrible scene was enacted.
Red-man seemed to give a short nod to Blue-man. With a quick movement Blue-man unslung his blue camera case. Blue-man, and Bond could not see exactly as the trunk of a plane-tree beside him just then in- tervened to obscure his vision, bent forward and seemed , to fiddle with the case.
Then with a blinding flash of white light there was the ear-splitting crack of a mon- strous explosion and Bond, despite the protection of the tree-trunk, was slammed down to the pavement by a solid bolt of hot air which dented his cheeks and stomach as if they had been made of paper.
He lay, gazing up at the sun, while the air or so it seemed to him went on twanging with the explosion as if someone had hit the bass register of a piano with a sledge hammer.
From all sides came the sharp tinkle of falling glass. Above in the sky hung a mushroom of black smoke which rose and dissolved as he drunkenly watched it.
For fifty yards down the boulevard the trees were leafless and charred. Opposite, two of them had snapped off near the base and lay drunkenly across the road.
Between them there was a still smoking crater. Of the two men in straw hats, there remained ab- solutely nothing. But there were red traces on the road, and on the pavements and against the trunks of the trees, and there were glittering shreds high up in the branches.
Bond felt himself starting to vomit. It was Mathis who got to him first, and by that time Bond was standing with his arm round the tree which had saved his life.
Stupefied, but unharmed, he allowed Mathis to lead him off towards the Splendide from which guests and servants were pouring in chattering fright.
Mathis paused only to turn on the radio in front of the fireplace, then, while Bond stripped off his blood- flecked clothes, Mathis sprayed him with questions.
He is unhurt, and they are not to worry him. I will explain to them in half an hour. They should tell the Press that it was apparently a vendetta between two Bulgarian communists and that one killed the other with a bomb.
They need say nothing of the third Bulgar who must have been hanging about somewhere, but they must get him at all costs. He will certainly head for Paris.
It must have been faulty. They intended to throw it and then dodge behind their tree. But it all came out the other way round.
We will discover the facts. And these people appear to be taking you seriously. And what was the significance of the red and the blue cases?
We must try and find some fragments of the red one. He was excited, and his eyes glit- tered. This was becoming a formidable and dramatic af- fair, in many aspects of which he was now involved per- sonally.
The door slammed, and silence set- tled on the room. Bond sat for a while by the window and enjoyed being alive. Please take care of yourself.
He dipped the knife into the glass of very hot water which stood beside the pot of Strasbourg porcelain and reminded himself to tip the waiter doubly for this par- ticular meal.
After the remains of his luncheon had been removed, he sat at his window gazing out to sea until there came a knock on the door as the masseur, a Swede, presented himself.
Silently he got to work on Bond from his feet to his neck, melting the tensions in his body and calming his still twanging nerves.
He awoke in the evening completely refreshed. After a cold shower, Bond walked over to the Casino. Since the night before he had lost the mood of the tables.
He needed to reestablish that focus which is half mathematical and half intuitive and which, with a slow pulse and a sanguine temperament, he knew to be the 41 42 CASINO ROYALE essential equipment of any gambler who was set on winning.
Bond had always been a gambler. He loved the dry riffle of the cards and the constant unemphatic drama of the quiet figures round the green tables.
He liked the solid, studied comfort of cardrooms and casinos, the well-padded arms of the chairs, the glass of champagne or whisky at the elbow, the quiet unhurried attention of good servants.
He was amused by the impartiality of the roulette ball and of the playing cards — and their eternal bias. There was only oneself to praise or blame.
Luck was a servant and not a master. Luck had to be accepted with a shrug or taken advantage of up to the hilt. But it had to be understood and recognized for what it was and not confused with a faulty appreciation of the odds, , for, at gambling, the deadly sin is to mistake bad play for bad luck.
And luck in all its moods had to be loved and not feared. Bond saw luck as a woman, to be softly wooed or brutally ravaged, never pandered to or pur- sued.
But he was honest enough to, admit that he had never yet been made to suffer by cards or by women. One day, and he accepted the fact, he would be brought to his knees by love or by luck.
When that happened he knew that he too would be branded with the deadly question-mark he recognized so often in others, the promise to -pay before you have lost: He always did this although he knew that- each turn of the wheel, each fall of the ball into a numbered slot, had absolutely no connexion with its predecessor.
He accepted that the game begins afresh each time the croupier picks up the ivory ball with his right hand, gives one of the four spokes of the wheel a controlled twist clockwise with the same hand and, with a third motion, also with the right hand, flicks the ball round the outer rim of the wheel anticlockwise, against its spin.
It was obvious that all this ritual and all the mechanical minutiae of the wheel, of the numbered slots and the cylinder, had been devised and perfected over the years so that neither the skill of the croupier nor any bias in the wheel could affect the fall of the ball.
And yet it is a convention among roulette players, and Bond rigidly adhered to it, to take careful note of the past history of each session and to be guided by any pe- culiarities in the run of the wheel.
To note, for instance, and consider significant, sequences of more than two on a single number or of more than four at the other chances down to evens.
He simply main- tained that the more effort and ingenuity you put into gambling, the more you took out.
He thus had two-thirds of the board covered less the zero and, since the dozens pay odds of two to one, he stood to win a hundred thousand francs every time any number lower than 25 turned up.
After seven coups he had won six times. He lost on the seventh When 30 came up. His net profit was half a million francs. He kept off the table for the eighth throw.
This piece of luck cheered him further and, accepting the 30 as a finger-post to the last dozen, he decided to back the first and last dozens until he had lost twice.
Ten throws later the middle dozen came up twice, costing him four hundred thousand francs, but he rose from the table eleven hundred thousand francs to the good.
Directly Bond had started playing in maximums, his game had become the centre of interest at the table. As he seemed to be in luck, one or two pilot fish started to swim with the shark.
Sitting directly opposite, one of these, whom Bond took to be "an American, had shown more than the usual friendliness and pleasure at his share of the winning streak.
When Bond rose, he too pushed back his chair and called cheerfully across the table: Guess I owe you a drink. Will you join me? He knew he was right as they strolled off together towards the bar, after Bond had thrown a plaque of ten mille to the croupier and had given a mille to the huissier who drew back his chair.
What shall we have to celebrate? In a deep champagne goblet. But I do like that one to be large and very strong and very cold and very well-made.
I hate small portions of anything, particularly when they taste bad. He reached for it and took a long sip. He lowered his voice: Our people are definitely interested.
I expect your fellows are much the same in London. But, anyway, here I am. It turned out that Leiter was from Texas. While he talked on about his job with the Joint Intelligence Staff of N.
Felix Leiter was about thirty-five. He was tall with a thin bony frame and his lightweight, tan-coloured suit hung loosely from his shoulders like the clothes of Frank Sinatra.
His movements and speech were slow," but one had the feeling that there was plenty of speed and strength in him, and that he. As he sat hunched over the table, he seemed to have some of the jackknife quality of a falcon.
There was this impression also in his face, in the sharpness of his chin and cheekbones and the wide wry mouth. His grey eyes had a feline slant which was in- creased by his habit of screwing them up against the smoke of the Chesterfields which he tapped out of the pack in a chain.
The permanent wrinkles which this habit had etched at the corners gave the impression that he smiled more with his eyes than with his mouth. A mop of straw-coloured hair lent his face a boyish look which closer examination contradicted.
Although he seemed to talk quite openly about his duties in Paris, Bond soon noticed that he never spoke of his American colleagues in Europe or in Washington, and he guessed that Leiter held the interests of his own organization far above the mutual concerns of the North Atlantic Allies.
Bond sympathized with him. Before leaving the Casino, Bond deposited his total capital of twenty-four million at the caisse, keeping only a few notes of ten mille as pocket- money.
As they walked across to the Splendide, they saw that a team of workmen was already busy at the scene of the explosion.
Several trees were uprooted and hoses frOm three municipal tank cars were washing down the boulevard and pavements. The bomb-crater had disap- peared and only a few passers-by had paused to gape.
Bond assumed that similar face-lifting had already been carried out at the Hermitage and to the, shops and front- ages which had lost their windows.
Bond was not sure, and said so. All concierges are venal. It is not their fault. They are trained to regard all hotel guests except maharajahs as potential cheats and thieves.
They have as much concern for your comfort or welKbeing as crocodiles. Bond thought it well to say that he still felt a little bit shaky. CHAPTER 8 Pink Lights and Champagne Bond walked up to his room, which again showed no sign of trespass, threw off his clothes, took a long hot bath followed by an ice-cold shower, and lay down on his bed.
There remained an hour in which to rest and compose his thoughts before he met the girl in the Splendide bar, an hour to examine minutely the details of his plans for the game, and for after the game, in all the various circumstances of victory or defeat.
He had to plan the attendant roles of Mathis, Letter, and the girl and visualize the reactions of the enemy in various contingencies.
He closed his eyes, and his thoughts pursued his imagination through a series of carefully constructed scenes as if he were watching the tumbling chips of coloured glass in a kaleidoscope.
He rose and dressed, dismissing the future completely from his mind. As he tied his thin, double-ended, black satin tie, he His grey-blue eyes looked calmly back with a hint of ironical inquiry and the short lock of black hair which would never stay in place slowly subsided to form a thick comma above his right eyebrow.
With the thin vertical scar down his right cheek the general effect was faintly piratical. Not much of Hoagy Carmichael there, thought Bond, as he filled a flat, light, gun-metal box with fifty of the Morland cigarettes with the triple gold band.
He slipped the case into his hip pocket and snapped his black oxidized Ronson to see if it needed fuel. After pocketing the thin sheaf of ten-mille notes, he opened a drawer and took out a light chamois leather holster and slipped it over his left shoulder so that it hung about three inches below his armpit.
He then took from under his shirts in another drawer a very flat. He charged the weapon again, loaded it, put up the safety catch, and dropped it into the shallow pouch of the shoulder-holster.
He looked carefully round the room to see if anything had been forgotten and slipped his single-breasted dinner-jacket coat over his heavy silk evening shirt.
He felt cool and comfortable. He verified in the mirror that there was absolutely no sign of the flat gun under his left arm, gave a final pull at his narrow tie and walked out of the door and locked it.
She stood and waited for him to come up to her. He had remembered her beauty exactly. He was not surprised to be thrilled by it again. There was a thin necklace of diamonds at her throat and a diamond clip in the low vee which just exposed the jutting swell of her breasts.
She carried a plain black evening bag, a flat oblong which she now held, her arm akimbo, at her waist. Her jet-black hair hung straight and simply to the final in- ward curl below the chin.
Decider What to Watch Find: Everett Collection Share this: Share Selection Facebook Twitter. In London , MI6 chief M admonishes Bond for having violated international law, advising him to be dispassionate in his new role.
Clues from Mollaka point to corrupt Greek official Alex Dimitrios. Bond finds Dimitrios in the Bahamas and, after seducing his wife, Solange, pursues him to Miami.
Bond kills Dimitrios and follows his henchman to the airport. MI6 enters Bond in the tournament, believing a defeat will force Le Chiffre to seek asylum with the British government , which they will grant in exchange for information on his clients.
During a break, Obanno, furious at the loss of his investment, ambushes Le Chiffre in his suite. As Obanno leaves, Bond engages him and strangles him to death.
Vesper is traumatised by the encounter, but Bond comforts her. When the tournament resumes, Bond loses his initial stake due to Le Chiffre being tipped off to the tell, and Vesper refuses to fund further playing.
Bond escapes to his Aston Martin to inject himself with an antidote, but passes out until Vesper arrives to save him.
Le Chiffre trumps the other players, but Bond wins with a straight flush. Bond and Vesper share a warm celebratory dinner, until Vesper is kidnapped by a vengeful Le Chiffre.
Bond pursues them in his Aston Martin, but crashes and is taken captive. Le Chiffre tortures Bond for the password to the account containing the winnings, but Bond refuses.
As Le Chiffre prepares to mutilate him, Mr. White bursts in and executes Le Chiffre. Bond awakens in an MI6 hospital; he provides Vesper with the password, and has Mathis arrested as the traitor.
When M calls Bond to tell him the money was never deposited, Bond finally realizes it was Vesper who betrayed him. He follows her to a handoff of the money, where a firefight erupts.
The building is damaged in the struggle and begins to sink into the Grand Canal , with Vesper trapped inside.
White, watching nearby, walks away with the money. At an estate in Lake Como , Mr. White receives a phone call.
Casino Royale had been produced as a television episode and a satirical film. He explained, "the draft that was there was very faithful to the book and there was a confession, so in the original draft the character confessed and killed herself.
She then sent Bond to chase after the villains; Bond chased the villains into the house. Director Quentin Tarantino expressed interest in directing an adaptation of Casino Royale ,  but Eon were not interested.
He claims to have worked behind the scenes with the Fleming family, and believed this was the reason why filmmakers finally went ahead with Casino Royale.
Eon believed that they had relied too heavily on CGI effects in the more recent films, particularly Die Another Day , and were keen to accomplish the stunts in Casino Royale "the old fashioned way".
Pierce Brosnan had signed a deal for four films when he was cast in the role of James Bond. This was fulfilled with the production of Die Another Day in At this stage, Brosnan was approaching his 50th birthday.
Brosnan kept in mind fans and critics were not happy with Roger Moore playing Bond until he was 58 and speculation began that the producers were seeking to replace Brosnan with a younger actor.
At one point, producer Michael G. Wilson claimed there was a list of over names being considered for his replacement. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli had assured him he would get the role of Bond, and Matthew Vaughn told reporters MGM offered him the opportunity to direct the new film, but Eon Productions at that point had not approached either of them.
These guys walk into a room and very subtly they check the perimeters for an exit. Throughout the entire production period, Internet campaigns such as "danielcraigisnotbond.
The next important casting was that of the lead Bond girl , Vesper Lynd. Principal photography for Casino Royale commenced on 3 January and concluded on 20 July The film was primarily shot at Barrandov Studios in Prague, with additional location shooting in the Bahamas , Italy and the United Kingdom.
The shoot concluded at Pinewood Studios. However, Eon Productions encountered problems in securing film locations in South Africa.
In September , Martin Campbell and director of photography Phil Meheux were scouting Paradise Island in the Bahamas as a possible location for the film.
In addition to the extensive location filming, studio work including choreography and stunt co-ordination practice was performed at the Barrandov Studios in Prague, and at Pinewood Studios, where the film used several stages, the paddock tank and the Stage.
Further shooting in the UK was scheduled for Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey, the cricket pavilion at Eton College although that scene was cut from the completed movie and the Millbrook Vehicle Proving Ground in Bedfordshire.
After Prague, the production moved to the Bahamas. Several locations around New Providence were used for filming during February and March, particularly on Paradise Island.
The scene with Bond on a sailboat was filmed aboard a foot yacht named Spirit. She was constructed by Spirit Yachts in Suffolk, England and had to be demasted to fit under various Venetian bridges to reach the filming location.
Other scenes in the latter half of the film were shot in late May and early June at the Villa del Balbianello on the shores of Lake Como.
A recreation of the Body Worlds exhibit provided a setting for one scene in the film. So I took that as inspiration to use playing card graphics in different ways in the titles," like a club representing a puff of gun smoke, and slashed arteries spurting thousands of tiny hearts.
For the rest of the film, Chris Corbould , the special effects and miniature effects supervisor, returned to a more realistic style of film making and significantly reduced digital effects.
According to Corbould, "CGI is a great tool and can be very useful, but I will fight to the tooth and nail to do something for real. First on the schedule were the scenes on the Madagascar building site, shot in the Bahamas on the site of a derelict hotel which Michael G.
The stunt team built a model and put forward several ways in which the digger could conceivably take out the concrete, including taking out the pillar underneath.
A section of the concrete wall was removed to fit the digger and reinforced with steel. The modified aircraft had the outboard engines replaced by external fuel tanks, while the inboard engines were replaced by a mock-up pair of engines on each inboard pylon.
The cockpit profile was altered to make the look like a prototype of an advanced airliner. The sinking of the Venetian house at the climax of the film featured the largest rig ever built for a Bond film.
The rig, weighing some 90 tons, incorporated electronics with hydraulic valves which were closely controlled by computer because of the dynamic movement within the system on its two axes.
The same computer system also controlled the exterior model, which the effects team had built to one-third scale in order to film the building eventually collapsing into the Venetian canal.
The model elevator within the rig could be immersed in 19 feet 5. The soundtrack of Casino Royale , released by Sony Classical Records on 14 November , featured music composed by veteran composer David Arnold , his fourth soundtrack for the Bond film series, while Nicholas Dodd orchestrated and conducted the score.
The classic theme only plays during the end credits to signal the climax of his character arc. Only two days following the premiere, unlicensed copies appeared for sale in London.
Craig himself was offered such a DVD while walking anonymously through the streets of Beijing wearing a hat and glasses to avoid being identified.
In January , Casino Royale became the first Bond film ever to be shown in mainland Chinese cinemas. Casino Royale was the 4th highest-grossing film of , and was the highest-grossing instalment of the James Bond series until Skyfall surpassed it in November Casino Royale was released a third time on Blu-ray in with DTS audio and deleted scenes, but with fewer special features than the edition.
In the United States, two fight scenes were censored to achieve a PG rating: The mainland Chinese cut of the film also trims the torture scene and the stairway fight, as well as a shot of Bond cleaning his wound at the hotel, and a boat scene.
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