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No wild dogs attacking Francois and Perrault's camp No Dolly No mountain sled team that join Buck's team in catching the rabbit No Scottish half-breed No primal dreams No Skeet or Nig No fight in bar between John Thornton and Black Burton For the bet that John Thornton accepted: the money and distance were wrong and it was on mud instead of ice and snow. Buck's fight with moose was not included Quick ending No fight between Buck and wolf pack
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In the book, Susan and Trumpkin have an archery competition. In the movie, they only do fencing between Edmund and Trumpkin. In the movie, the White Witch ap…pears. In the book, only the hag and ware-wolf come. In the book, it describes a boxing square that has four posts. One for each corner connected with ropes. In the movie, they use a circle with very old posts and big rocks for the walls (they aren't really walls but more like a border). In the book, the "Door in Thin Air" is made out of three sticks. In the movie, it is made out of a tree on the edge of a cliff. In the book, the Pevinsies (sorry cant spell) have to change into their school clothes. In the movie, they go through the door and they 'magically' changed. In the movie, Susan and Prince Caspian kiss. In the book they don't.
A few ways that the book and the movie were different is 1. In the movie whenever Rikki-tikki killed Karait in the book he went and told Chuchundra but in the movie he didn't.… 2. In the beginning of the movie, the boy was takin a bath and Rikki-tikki fell in the bathtub but in the book Rikki-tikki never fell into the bathtub. Hope this helps!!!
The book is better :d
Nothing much... haven't read the book yet or movie so i don't know LOL i just thought i would answer questions with my name in it LOL I'm BORED :(
There are very few, but one is that in the book the "owl man" appears in the library but in the movie there isn't one.
The only major difference between the book and the film is that in the book, Mrs. Coates convinces Travis to shoot Old Yeller shortly after the dog fights the wolf and is expo…sed to rabies (during the incubation period), whereas in the film, Travis insists on waiting until Old Yeller develops symptoms before killing him. In the book Travis and Yeller had not fully recovered from the wounds they received from the hogs. Mrs. Coates and Bud Searcy's daughter Lisbeth had gone to burn the cow carcass and return being chased by the rabid wolf which is kept at bay by Yeller. Travis shoots the wolf as it is about to kill Yeller but in a cruel twist of fate is then forced to kill Yeller because he has been exposed to rabies will eventually become a deadly threat to the family. There is also the minor difference in that Old Yeller is bob-tailed in the book. Whereas, in the movie, he has a long tail that arches over his back (similar to the tails of Arctic sled dogs). Another major difference is that Old Yeller appears as a Lab/Mastiff mix, while in the book he is implied to be a Black Mouth Cur.
There are many similarities between the book and the movie but there are certain things covered in the book that are not covered in the movie, and important symbolism with…in the book is left out within the movie. There are also characters within the book that are not included in the movie. Differences: -Aunt Alexandra,Uncle Jack, Mr. Link Deas, or Mr. Dolphus Raymond is not in the movie at all, only in the book -In the Courtroom, Mayella does not say Atticus is mocking her at all in the movie -Miss Stephanie and Miss Rachel are both one person in the movie also -Miss Maudie's house goes up in flames in the book, but it doesn't in the movie or Miss Rachel's house isn't on fire either -Scout and Jem do not visit Calpurnia's church with her in the movie -The schoolroom scene where you learn of the Ewell's and Cunningham's is not included in the movie, only the fight after -In the Trial scene, Tom doesn't say "What my father does to me don't count" during his testimony of the event in the movie. -The Finches don't go to Finches' Landing for the holiday in the movie -The Radley story isn't really explained in the movie
There are many such as the cooking scene in the movie where the Cullens (apart from Edward) are cooking for Bella. This part is not in the book. Also, where the bad Vampires (…James, Laurent and Victoria) are "Feeding", (In the boathouse and factory). Those two parts in the movie are not in the book. Also, near the end of the movie, where she has to get away from Alice and Jasper, the part in the movie is slightly different. in the book they often tell I love you to each other while in the movie I never heard if they told each other I love you.
It depends on which movie, and in some cases, which book. There is much lore about Robin Hood.
the book goes in more detail than the movie and its probably a helpful tool to watch the movie first than read the book
far too many to list
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In the Book, when Hannah goes back in time, she becomes Chaya. In the film her name is still HannahIn the book, Hannah has a brother named Aaron. But in the film, she is the o…nly child.In the book, Hannah(as Chaya) meets Rivkah in the concentration camp. In the film, when Hannah just steps back in time, she meets Rivkah, who is her cousin, and her mother MinaIn the book, the commadant's name is Bruer. In the film, it is Kreiger.Gitl, Tzipporoh, Rueven, Yitzchak, Fayge, Rachel, Yente, and Rosemary(Hannah's friend) are not in the movie.In the book, there is no seder in the womens barracks. But in the movie, in order to make Rivka feel better after her mothers death Hannah does a sederIn the movie Hannah is old enough to drive and get a tatoo. In the book she is only 13.
it was made diffrently by diffrent people.
In the book, it is clearly explained that how Canessa and Parrado find help when they reach the green valleys (they see men on the horses on the other side of river). But in t…he movie, this scene is not shown.
Rapunzel in the book was not a princess, Rapunzel was stolen because her mother would die and not give birth to Rapunzel if she didn't get some of the witch's Rapunzel plant, …which she craved so Rapunzel's father stole some. When he did it again, the witch caught him, and threatened him to either give her the baby when it was born, or be turned into a frog(ask me why again she really needs the rapunzel, she has alot more). He decided to give her the baby(Terrible parenting), instead of being stolen from Mother Gothel for her hair. In the book, she only had long hair, whereas in the movie, her hair Lit up , could heal wounds and scratches, and make one younger when she sang a song. There is a prince in the story, where instead Flynn is in the movie. The prince finds Rapunzel by hearing her singing from afar. Flynn finds her because he is looking for somewhere to hide. The witch finds out about the prince because Rapunzel is impregnated by him(they aren't even married yet). In the movie, she finds his satchel, with a wanted post of him. Instead of needing her hair, the witch lives for a very long time. Instead of trying to hide Rapunzel again, the witch cuts her hair, and banishes her from the tower. When the prince comes back, and yells for her to let down her hair, the witch lets down her cut hair, the prince climbs it, and the witch scratches out his eyes, instead of stabbing him in the back, and killing him for a few seconds. In the movie, she cries over him with just a tiny bit of magic in her tears. In the fairy tale, they bump into each other in the desert. Being so happy just to see the prince, seeing past his blindness, She cries over him, healing the scratches in his eyes, Making him able to see again, and they get married. It doesn't tell in the book whether the witch is dead or not.
you have to read the book first like that you cand understand the movie