The Production Budget for Casino Royale was $102,000,000.
Casino Royale - novel - has 213 pages.
Author Ian Fleming wrote Casino Royale.
Casino Royale grossed $596,365,000 worldwide.
Casino Royale - novel - was created on 1953-04-13.
Gettler is the character with the eye patch in Casino Royale.
Casino Royale grossed $167,365,000 in the domestic market.
Casino Royale is rated a 12 by the British Board of Film Classification
sean connery didn't work in casino royale
==Car Driven in Casino Royale== The car driven by James Bond in the film Casino Royale (2006) was the Aston Martin DBS.
American Barry Nelson in a TV play of Casino Royale
Yes. Quantum of Solace continues the story established in Casino Royale.
Casino royale - 1997 is rated/received certificates of: Belgium:KT
The cast of Casino royale - 1997 includes: Rani De Coninck as herself
It is the casino that he plays at for the mission.
The song was originally recorded by Dusty Springfield for the Casino Royale soundtrack.
This Barbadian hotel website claims that it was used in Casino Royale (2006 version) http://oceanclub.oneandonlyresorts.com
Although the password that James Bond enters on the alpha-numeric keypad at the Casino Royale was supposed to be VESPER (837737), the password Bond enters is 836547
casino royale was originally filmed in 1959, it was supposed to be the first bond film. but sadly it was cancelled. in 1967 they came out with a movie called casino royale but it was actually a comedy. the actor for James bond was the bond in on her majesties secret service and the bond girl was the same girl from Dr. no, which is the first bond film since casino royale was cancelled.so no there is no casino royale 2 just many movies with the same person and the same title and two directors.
The Bond movie that had an egg chair in it was 'Casino Royale'. Casino Royale was released in 2006 and Daniel Craig starred as the infamous James Bond.
Casino Royale (2006) is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violent action, sexual content, nudity, and a scene of torture.
"Clair de lune" is used in the James Bond movie Casino Royale in the scene where Bond is at the rehabilitation center in Italy