Evelyn Tremble is a character from the 1967 James Bond satire Casino Royale.
Baccarat Master, Tremble is recruited by Vesper Lynd on behalf of Sir James Bond to play Le Chiffre at baccarat, cutting off the funds of his (as yet unseen) enemy (in the only segment of the film that is actually based upon Ian Fleming’s original novel). As Bond has ordered that all operatives be given the code name James Bond 007 in order to confuse the enemy, Tremble is also given this name. Tremble defeats Le Chiffre at the card table, but Le Chiffre kidnaps him and subjects him to psychedelic torture (involving a legion of bagpipe players and Peter O’Toole). Although Le Chiffre is killed by agents of Dr. Noah before he can complete the torture, Tremble is ultimately gunned down by Vesper Lynd, who is revealed as a double agent. However, in the original version of the screenplay he was not killed. It was decided to kill him at the end and re-shoot the scene with Ursula Andress gunning him down because Peter Sellers left the production before filming all of his scenes.
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