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Biography Background. Some years prior to the events of Casino Royale, Mr. White got married-presumably to a French woman and spent his wedding night in a hotel in Tangier, L'Américain, to which he and his wife returned every year, inferring that they were very much in love at one point.He and his wife had a daughter, Madeleine Swann.When she was old enough, they brought Madeleine with them The adversary in Ian Fleming's novel Casino Royale is called Le Chiffre. "The villain is usually charismatic and has a significant role. [SPOILER!] In many Bond films, the heroine is the villain's Le Chiffre is the main antagonist of Ian Fleming's first James Bond novel, Casino Royale, the 1954 television adaptation, and the 1967 film of the same name. He is also a major antagonist in the James Bond film series, being the main antagonist in the 2006 film Casino Royale, and a posthumous antagonist in Quantum of Solace and Spectre. His alias is French for "The Cipher" or "The Number". Ian Es ist der erste James-Bond-Film mit Daniel Craig in der Rolle des Geheimagenten, der diesmal auf den für Terroristen arbeitenden Börsenspekulant Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen) und die schöne Vesper Lynd (Eva Green) trifft. Zu den verschiedenen „Casino Royale”-Drehorten gehören in Tschechien Prag, Karlsbad und Loket, in Italien die Lagunenstadt Venedig und der Comer See sowie […] The exact cause of his death was not specified. The British actor, who was 6-foot-6-inches tall, famously played the villain Darth Vader in the Star Wars films of the 1970s and ’80s, but actor During the ending of Casino Royale in Venice, after realising that Vesper has betrayed him, Bond follows her from St Marc's square to her secret meeting with Gettler.When Gettler spots Bond he escapes with Vesper and runs into an empty house by the Grand Canal. The large palazzo is being renovated and is piled up by large floating piers mounted on the ground floor. Solange Dimitrios was one of Bond's romantic interest who appeared in the 2006 adaptation of Casino Royale played by Italian ctress, Caterina Murino. 1 Biography 2 Trivia 3 Gallery 4 See Also Bond first meets Solange when she arrives at a poker game where her husband Alex Dimitrios plays against Bond. Losing, Dimitrios reacts coldly to his wife's affection, which attracts Bond's attention Vesper Lynd is the deuteragonist of Ian Fleming's 1953 novel Casino Royale the first installment in the James Bond series, and its 2006 film adaptation of the same name. Additionally she is also a supporting antagonist in the 1967 spoof film Casiono Royale and appears as as a posthumous character in the reboot of the Eon film series following her appearance in the 2006 film. She is a double Casino Royale set Bond up as a no frills, instrument of pain and death. No frivolity. No flourishes. Just efficient deathmaking. Then Quantum came along, responsible for Lynd's and Fields' death. You don't even see anything happen, just "Here's some oil. Good luck." It was very satisfying. Donovan's death in the Last Crusade was great too. Here A brutal villain deserves a brutal death. Fans of the novels remember him as the first villain of the entire series ("Casino Royale" was the first book). In the film, Le Chiffre first defeats

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