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Lieutenant Commander Peter Hume[1] was a fictional British Royal Navy officer and second-in-command of the ill-fated HMS Devonshire. A minor ally portrayed by British actor, Andrew Hawkins, he first appeared in the 1997 James Bond film, Tomorrow Never Dies, and was subsequently adapted for the film's accompanying novelisation, penned by Raymond Benson.


Tomorrow Never Dies (film)

During the events of Tomorrow Never Dies, Lieutenant Commander Peter Hume is the second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire. The ship was on routine patrol sailing in the South China Sea when she was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist Henry Gupta, working for media mogul Elliot Carver. Two Chinese J-17 MiGs were dispatched to investigate the frigate's presence. Unbeknownst to both the fighter pilots and the Devonshire's crew, the frigate was being used in Carver's plot to provoke war between China and the United Kingdom in order to secure broadcasting rights in the former. Carver's Stealth Ship, undetectable by either the Devonshire or the MiGs, launched a sea drill at the frigate, which sank the craft by surgically cutting through its hull. Believing it to be an aerial torpedo fired by the MiGs, the captain of the ship, Richard Day, sent a message to the Admiralty and proceeded to abandon ship. Only seventeen crewmen escaped and they were promptly executed by Carver's men using Chinese weaponry.

Alternate continuities

Tomorrow Never Dies (novelisation)

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See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 (14 Sept. 2015; Original release: 1997). Tomorrow Never Dies (Blu-Ray). 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Event occurs at 01:55:43. "Film credits: Lieutenant Commander Peter Hume ... Andrew Hawkins."
  2. (1997). Tomorrow Never Dies (Blu-Ray). 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Event occurs at 00:25:20. "Friday 11, April, 1997 Late Edition"

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