|“||I see you've put your money where your mouth is.||„|
|~ Mr. Bullion to Bond.|
Mr. Bullion is a supporting antagonist of the 1999 James Bond film The World is Not Enough. He is a thug who worked for ex-KGB agent Valentin Zukovsky, but is actually in league with Elektra King and Renard.
He was portrayed by Goldie.
Mr. Bullion first appeared when James Bond and Elektra paid a visit to Zukovsky's casino, where Elektra lost a game to Zukovsky. He later appeared driving Zukovsky to his caviar factory near the Caspain Sea, but spots Bond's car in the docks. It eventually turns out that Bullion himself is in cahoots with Elektra and Renard's plot to destroy Istanbul so that they can monopolize the world's oil market; this was shown when he called Elektra about Bond's presence. As such, Elektra sends over several helicopters with blades to dispose of Bond and Zukovsky.
Though Bond and Zukovsky were able to escape the blades, Bullion managed to compromise this by planting a bomb inside a briefcase in Zukovsky's KGB safe house, killing many of Zukovsky's associates and leaving Zukovsky for dead while taking Bond and Christmas Jones captive.
Eventually, Zukovsky managed to survive the explosion and followed them to Elektra's island, where he angrily shoots Bullion to his death in revenge for his betrayal. Unfortunately, Zukovsky ends up suffering Bullion's fate after Elektra shoots him, though he uses the last of his energy to free Bond before succumbing to his injuries, allowing Bond to shoot down Elektra.
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