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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.
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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)
[two thugs enter the hotel room. Frank locks himself in the bathroom and calls the reception]
Frank Taylor: Hello? please help!
Hotel Concierge Alessio: [answers the phone] Buongiorno, signore.
Frank Taylor: Buongiorno... I, I need help! There are two men trying to break down the door...
Hotel Concierge Alessio: I see, what kind of problem do you have with the door, sir?
Frank Taylor: No, no, no! There are two men with guns trying to break in!
[caught in panic, Frank tries to explain the situation in Spanish instead of Italian]
Frank Taylor: Dos hombres, con... con pistolas!
Hotel Concierge Alessio: [amused] Your Spanish is excellent, sir.
Frank Taylor: Thank you...
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