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Henry Gupta (Character)
from Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

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Overview

Biography:
Carvers main technician who has build the nuclear rocket. See more »

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  1. Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) Played by Ricky Jay
    ... aka "TND" - International (English title) (promotional abbreviation)
Video-game:
  1. Tomorrow Never Dies (1999) (VG) Played by Steve Hope Wynne
    ... aka "TND Game" - International (English title) (promotional abbreviation)
    ... aka "Tomorrow Never Dies: The Game" - International (English title) (informal title)
    ... aka "Tomorrow Never Dies: The Video Game" - International (English title) (informal title)

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From Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
[Bond has taken Gupta hostage and is negotiating with Carver to exchange him for Wai Lin, who herself is being held captive by Carver]
Elliot Carver: [to Stamper and his security forces regarding Bond] Don't shoot him, yet.
Mr. Stamper: [to his men over a two-way radio] Hold your fire.
Elliot Carver: Welcome to my world crisis, Mr. Bond!
James Bond: Even trade, Elliot; Gupta for Wai Lin. You can't fire the missile without him.
Elliot Carver: [Holding Wai Lin at gunpoint] And it seems you can't resist any woman in my possession.
Wai-Lin: What are you waiting for, shoot him!
James Bond: [to Wai Lin] I told you, we're gonna finish this together!
Elliot Carver: How romantic! Do you realize how absurd your position is?
James Bond: No more absurd than starting a war for ratings.
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