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Jun 11, - Adolph Gettler is a supporting antagonist in the film Casino Royale, who is a Quantum agent, played by Richard Sammel.


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You're absolutely right Golrush. Possibly, but it was an unnecessary complication if so, IMRObetter to simply have a sinister-looking fellow watching the yacht I think the thing with the glasses was a case of sticking closely to the novel, whilst updating it, because the character in the novel wears an eye-patch doesn't he? There was none of that rubbish about the money, she commited suicide because she felt guilty about Bond getting tortured. Fish, we know that already -- you've said so in a previous post. And the only real purpose that I can detect for a Vesper flashback is to explain her relationship with her boyfriend, LeChiffre, Gettler and Mr. Loeffelholz's Website. I wish the end of the movie was similar to the novel. I suppose if you have read the book, you know that LC was killed during the torture sequence For those who read CR, there's no question about who's who, but I can understand the mix-up for those who haven't. I agree that Gettler looked like Le Chiffre. Then he gets a nail through the eye a couple of minutes later and I realised that whoever he was, it didn't matter any more!!!! Perhaps the filmmakers felt this prop necessary since we hadn't seen or heard about the character until that moment. This page should help! It's amazing how differently people can see the same thing, another reason why eye witness accounts aren't all that reliable. Isn't it possible that many of us were making a big thing out of nothing? Golrush's Website. I'm still astounded by those who did. Gettler's patch was taken from the novel. Topic RSS feed. He is an assasin working for Mr. In fact, I made the same observation and posted some time ago during one of my interminable discourses about the ending that I thought the fact that both characters had a bad eye indicated they were related. Like Loeffs said it was only during the brief moment on the shore that Gettler resembled Le Chiffre to us. White were not entirely on the same page in their relationship I think there was at least one other double-cross going on besides Vesper's double-cross of Bond. White got one filled with money. Seems like an unnecessary detail used only to cover up for withholding Gettler until late in the story. They wanted us to pick him out amongst the crowd. For what my two cents are worth I'm guessing that would be two cents I was never confused between Gettler and Le Chiffre. Please don't question my intelligence or powers of observation if that's not the same reaction you had. Personally, I never thought of Gettler looking like or being related to Le Chiffre, but I do think he was clumsily inserted into the movie with no explanation. What is his role in the movie and Gettler's? White in CR. I agree with Tee Hee in that he was introduced with no explanation of who he was. They saw what they saw -- what's the problem? But we'll know for sure in Again -- we know that Green has been signed to play Vesper again in Bond I don't think Vesper will be coming back from the dead, so it stands to reason, IMO, that she will be part of a flashback. Despite having read the book a number of times, the first time I saw the film I thought "is that Le Chiffre"? There's really no reason I can think of for her to be in Bond 22, unless it's to illuminate the audience on the Gettler-LeChiffre-Mr. White-her Algerian boyfriend relationship. Not that I took a great interest in Gettler during his brief appearance. Topic RSS feed Posts [ 25 ]. As for why Le Chiffre had a bad eye? I think it's pretty clear there were two suitcases in the final scene and Mr. You must login or register to post a reply. I agree that Gettler resembles LC when we first glimpse him on the canal bank. You are not logged in. Index Rules Search Register Login. All users are responsible for the content of their posts, by using this website you agree to the terms of use. Not pouncing, exactly, Loeff, 'cause I agree. I just think it's a distinct possibility. Last edited by Golrush 20th Jan Loeffelholz wrote: Tee Hee wrote: Personally I think the script writers introduced the character of Gettler too late in the film with no explanation of who he was. Skip to forum content. It doesn't really tell me who Villiers is. But let the pouncing commence! Eventually as Gettler received some close-ups and some dialogue we were able to rule him out as Le Chiffre. Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Gettler the guy who has the glasses which one lense is dark and the other isn't. Was it purposeful on Eon's part? Just a coincidence, I'm sureand probably not even that, since those of us who saw it are apparently few in number, and would hardly be reliable witnesses in a court of law. Aldoph Gettler is a Swiss watch salesman. I agree. Golrush wrote: Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Gettler the guy who has the glasses which one lense is dark and the other isn't. I think he is the guy who gets a nail in the eye in the sinking house at the end of the film. It still baffles me why Gettler would wear such distinctive glasses. Who is Gettler and Villiers? As I said, correct me if I'm wrong! Though we live in an age where a lot of the white guys in a movie look pretty much the same, I didn't see any real resemblance between Le Chiffre and Gettler at all and therefore had no confusion while watching the film. Villiers is the male moneypenny in this movie. They had always planned for 22 to be a direct sequel to CR. Gettler, I think, got a fine, metal suitcase. I'll agree, I never saw too many similarities between Le Chiffre and Gettler.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Please give me some info on Gettler and Villiers Re: Who is Gettler and Villiers? I do not, however, believe Gettler worked for Mr. Again -- this is deliberate by the filmmakers. Left eyebrow raised, right eyebrow raised Tee Hee wrote: Personally I think the script writers introduced the character of Gettler too late in the film with no explanation of who he was. Interesting theory, HH I'm sorry but I don't understand how anyone could assume that LeChiffre and Gettler were related because one had a glassy eye that bled and the other wore glasses that looked odd. Many thanks, Sir Hillary. How would you like Loeff or HH to respond to your provocation? He particularly looks like Le Chiffre when Vesper first sees him on the bank of the canal in Venice, right down to an opaque lens masking what would have been Le Chiffre's bad eye. He surely stood out in the crowd. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Active topics Unanswered topics. Talk about bringing unnecessary attention to yourself. That was something EON had decided to add to the story If that were the case, it would bring up a wierd "he's working for the guy who killed his brother" subplot which isn't really necessary IMO. Personally I think the script writers introduced the character of Gettler too late in the film with no explanation of who he was. Are they going to resurrect him somehow? And I suspect that this is done deliberately to introduce a tiny moment of doubt or confusion in the audience, so we empathise with Vesper who sees the same partly-obscured view and is clearly troubled by what she sees. Like I had said before, I had simply assume that Gettler worked for Mr. It helps us to get the fact that she's in too deep, has no control of her situation and everything is falling apart around her, which will ultimately lead to her suicide. Topic: Who is Gettler and Villiers? Also I think he too closely resembled Le Chiffre, causing some confusion for the audience. Please login or register. I expect we'll hear more about that in Bond 22 from Vesper, who I think we all already now is set to appear in some manner. That relationship will clarify the plot and continue the story arc that began in CR. Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply.