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I mean, driving a tank at "40 to 50 mph" directly through the middle of a fully-loaded beverage delivery vehicle? C'Mon now. And the crew members' poignant follow-up queries, "Are you okay, Gary? You alright, Gary?" put one in mind of Dan Rather's infamous "What's the frequency, Kenneth?" moment which occurred just 13 years before THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH's tank-crashing-through-Perrier-truck sequence was filmed (in London, not St. Petersburg, Russia, where it was supposedly taking place in the movie). Gary Powell did so many of the WORLD ENOUGH stunts that he is listed TWICE in the action credits, so he's probably the "Gary" buried in thousands of Perrier cans and bottles as his crew mate dig frantically to save his life, in a scene that calls to mind (William) Floyd Collin's would-be rescuers at that Kentucky cave back in '25. Fortunately for "Gary," the Eon production crew apparently had better luck (since Perrier is lighter than rocks), and there is NO "In Memoriam" denoting ANY "Gary's" demise during the WORLD ENOUGH credits.
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