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Frank Tupelo (Character)
from The Tourist (2010)

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The Tourist -- Frank Taylor (Depp) travels to Venice to recover from a recent break-up, though he soon finds himself engaged by the beautiful and mysterious Elise (Jolie) -- who happens to be an Interpol agent with a dangerous connection to a fugitive criminal.
The Tourist -- A clip from The Tourist
The Tourist -- Featurette: Angelina Jolie And Johnny Depp
The Tourist -- Interview: "Johnny Depp On What Audiences Will Take Away From The Film"
The Tourist -- TV Spot: Johnny

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Alternate Names:
Franois Taillandier


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  1. The Tourist (2010) Played by Johnny Depp

  2. Anthony Zimmer (2005) Played by Yvan Attal (as Franois Taillandier)

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From The Tourist (2010)
Reginald Shaw: [walking forward, slowly] Alexander, is it you? Truly?
Frank Taylor: Truly.
Reginald Shaw: Show me your teeth.
[Frank opens his mouth, only showing his teeth]
Reginald Shaw: Aleaxander has crooked teeth, stained from excessive smoking.
Frank Taylor: Braces and electronic cigarettes.
Reginald Shaw: He had a high forehead.
Frank Taylor: I had a migraine for two weeks after the remodel.
Reginald Shaw: You sound different.
Frank Taylor: Voice chip implant.
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