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All Episodes American spy James Bond must outsmart card wiz and crime boss Le Chiffre while monitoring his actions. Director: William H. Brown Jr.
Added to Watchlist. Hollywood Icons, Then and Now. Valerie gives away the location of the cheque, but helps Bond reach the razorblade in Le Chiffre's cigarette case, which he had left on the bath.
Bond escapes, and overcomes a henchmen. Le Chiffre enters the bathroom with a gun, and he and Bond shoot each other. Le Chiffre is more seriously hurt, but reaches another razorblade, hidden in his hat.
Bond says 'call the police' just as Le Chiffre lunges. Bond fans with bad videos will now be infuriated as they miss the climax. Bond dodges the razor blade and finally overcomes Le Chiffre.
Above: The final scene which is missing in all VHS releases except the Special Edition by Spy Guise Video. Review Peter Lorre is superb as the villain Le Chiffre.
His toad-like looks and menacing acting make him a great villain. Michael Pate is annoying but acceptable as Englishman Leiter, and Linda Christian is competent enough as Valerie Mathis, although her looks are taken away from by the black and white.
But what about the first James Bond? Barry Nelson is just about okay. He is handsome and about the right age, and unlike Roger Moore he has at least read the books, although his Americanisation of Bond takes away slightly from Fleming's cold character.
Nelson was born in San Francisco, California on 16th April , and was a regular actor in mid-sized roles on Broadway in the '40s.
Since Casino Royale he has appeared in "Airport" and "The Shining" So how did he do? There he meets his British contact, Clarence Leiter , who remembers "Card Sense Jimmy Bond" from when he played the Maharajah at Deauville.
While Bond explains the rules of baccarat , Leiter explains Bond's mission: to defeat Le Chiffre at baccarat and force his Soviet spymasters to "retire" him.
Bond then encounters a former lover, Valerie Mathis , who is Le Chiffre's current girlfriend; he also meets Le Chiffre himself. Act III Le Chiffre tortures Bond in order to find out where Bond has hidden the check for his winnings, but Bond does not reveal where it is.
After a fight between Bond and Le Chiffre's guards, Bond shoots and wounds Le Chiffre, saving Valerie in the process. Exhausted, Bond sits in a chair opposite Le Chiffre to talk.
Mathis gets in between them, and Le Chiffre grabs her from behind, threatening her with a concealed razor blade. As Le Chiffre moves towards the door with Mathis as a shield, she struggles, breaking free slightly, and Bond is able to shoot Le Chiffre.
The hour-long Casino Royale episode aired on October 21, as a live production and starred Barry Nelson as secret agent James Bond, with Peter Lorre in the role of Le Chiffre ,  and was hosted by William Lundigan.
Four years after the production of Casino Royale , CBS invited Fleming to write 32 episodes over a two-year period for a television show based on the James Bond character.
When nothing ever came of this, however, Fleming grouped and adapted three of the outlines into short stories and released the anthology For Your Eyes Only along with an additional two new short stories.
This was the first screen adaptation of a James Bond novel and was made before the formation of Eon Productions. When MGM eventually obtained the rights to the film version of Casino Royale , it also received the rights to this television episode.
The Casino Royale episode was lost for decades after its broadcast until a black and white kinescope of the live broadcast was located by film historian Jim Schoenberger in The original broadcast had been in color, and the VHS release and TBS presentation did not include the last two minutes, which were at that point still lost.
MGM subsequently included the incomplete version on its first DVD release of the film Casino Royale. David Cornelius of Efilmcritic.
Debruge still noted that while the special had very few elements in common with the Eon series, Nelson's portrayal of "Bond suggests a realistically human vulnerability that wouldn't resurface until Eon finally remade Casino Royale more than half a century later.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Barry Nelson as James Bond Peter Lorre as Le Chiffre Linda Christian as Valerie Mathis Michael Pate as Clarence Leiter.
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