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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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It, of course, depends on which movie you mean, but I'm assuming you mean the 1931 classic. In the movie the monster never speaks. In the book he has a lot to say…. In the movie the monster is burned to death. In the book he leaves 'for the farthest shore.' In the movie Frankenstein's assistant, Fritz (aka Igor), gets an abnormal brian. In the book there is no Igor and no problem with the brain. In the book the doctor's younger brother is killed. In the movie there is no younger brother, only Frankenstein's father the Baron. In the book, Frankenstein's first name was Victor and his friend's name was Henry. In the movie their names are reversed.
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!!!
Book 1. cellar inside the house 2. sivler slippers 3. no farm hands 4. no Professor Marvel 5. No Ms. Gulch 6. field mice saved Dorothy and the lion in the poppy field 7. the …tin man used to be a real man who was in love with a munsckin girl but she was no allowed to marry so the old woman went to the Wicked with of the east . The witch encanted the axe and it eventually cut off the woodmans body parts and were replaced by tin. 8. Giant Spider that th lion fought after he got courage. 9. A china town full of people made of china 10. A town of Ruby's where the Good which of the south lived 11. Dorothy and the lion were captured by the winged monkey's 12. The witch got a hold of one of Dorothy's shoes and Dorothy got mad and threw a bucket of water on her. 13. a golden cap that controlled the winged monkeys is not worn in the movie, but it is in the witch's hands a couple of times in the movie 14. the tin man cuts the head off of an animal when it atacked. 15. the winkies are yellow not green 16. the whole adventure was real
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 :(
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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.
* George and Lennie are shown sneaking into a train at night to escape from Weed. This was not mentioned in the book. * The bus is shown to be heading for Tyler Ranch whic…h angers George as the bus driver told him and Lennie to get off the bus earlier on in the movie. * In the movie, Slim tells George to bring a mule with a sore foot to the barn. Only Curley's wife was around and starts a conversation with George which was later interrupted by Curley. Curley tells her to return to the house and issues a warning to George. * Though not mentioned in the book, Curley is seen practicing on a punching bag outside his house with his wife watching in boredom. * A worker named Mike approaches Slim and asks him whether he could switch jobs with someone else as he could not keep up with Lennie. This was not mentioned in the book. * The conversation between Lennie, Crooks, Candy, and Curley's wife was cut from the movie. * The part where Lennie hallucinates about Aunt Clara and the giant rabbit was also cut. * George could not find Lennie in the brush but instead embraced with Lennie in the water. * In the book, George shoots Lennie with a luger pistol but in the film he uses a colt revolver. * The ending was also changed: in the book, George remains on the ranch, while in the film, George is seen riding alone in yet another boxcar to his next destination in both the introduction and the ending, indicating that George fled after killing Lennie, and is reminiscing on past events during the ride. * At the end of the novel Slim, Curley and Carlson come to find Lennie dead and George with the gun in his hand. George lies and tells the men that Lennie took Carlson's gun and he tells them that he took the gun away from Lennie and shot him in the back of his neck. The book ends with Slim saying "You hadda George. I swear you hadda." and the two walking away. Curley then asks Carlson whats bugging the two. This scene was completely cut out of the movie and replaced with George's flashbacks. Hope this Helped! :D
The most striking difference is the Native Dancer Story. In the play, Drummond tells the story to Cates while they are waiting for the verdict to come in. [In my opinion t…he proper place for it.] In the movie, Drummond tells it to Brady on the porch of the hotel after the first day of testimony. It takes some of he edge off the story and its purpose in the movie is somewhat blunted.
the book goes in more detail than the movie and its probably a helpful tool to watch the movie first than read the book
She goes to the mental ward also she runs away and she goes on a bad trip and she tells on her friend and how it all starts is they slip LSD into her drink hope this helps
father is not in the movie
They are a lot, i'll do everything i can think Book: In general things are a lot less friendly Movie: In general things are neutered. Book: Susie is raped and murdered. …We are told and have it described to us by Susie, it's not pleasant. Movie: Susie only killed, it's a lot more tame. Book: Heaven is depicted as a place where you get what you want. However you can't get everything until you "give up desiring certain things". You don't exactly give up the ability to see Earth since Susie can still do it but she still had to move on. However Heaven as a whole is like a town Movie: That period is depicted as an inbetween field with huge fake-looking CGI items based on what you desire. Heaven itself is apparently another place not connected to to the in-between Book: The book covers a lot of time Movie: the movie covers much little time in comparison Book: Mr Harvey dumbs Susie body from the safe very early in the sink hole Movie: He doesn't do it to much later Book: Abigail (Susie's mother) is depicted as being at odds with her life as being a mother limiting her. She eventually has an affair with len Fenerman and then she up and leaves for Vermont and then goes to California to run away and doesn't return until Jack has a heart attack. Movie: Abigail is less open. There is no affair and she just leaves for grief and comes back when Jack is in the hospital, not much depth at all. Book: It is a heart attack Jack has after Buckley lays into him about not moving on that leads his wife back Movie: It's just the cornfield attack that does it Book: Sex is highly present Movie: It's not. Book: Susie experiences lot of sex scenes from her Heaven view. She sees her parents twice within the narration and remembers back to when they would have it on special days he would come home from work. She also witnesses her mother's two flings with Len Fenerman She witnesses her sister lose her virginity at summer camp to her boyfriend and then later in life just before the marriage proposal they have sex in a house. Her best friend Clarissa's sex life is also known to her. Movie: All that is not existence. Book: Mr Harvey leaves town earlier Movie: Mr Harvey leaves town later Book: When Mr Harvey drives back into town the souls of his victims seem to follow (human and animal) from his old house into his car, this is what makes Ruth faint near the end of the story Movie: None of those elements are every expressed Book: Susie uses Ruth's body to have sex with Ray Movie: It's a kiss Book: Ray kissed Susie before she died Movie: Ray didn't ever kiss Susie Book: Ray is a chief suspect at first Movie: Ray is not a suspect. Book: Ray's mother plays an important part, she talks to Jack and gives him the words if she were him she would kill Harvey, she talks to Abigail over things they can relate, she also serves as a character with issues with her husband who has a major disconnect Movie: She passes by in the mall....that's it. Book: Death by icicle is the idea Lindsey, her boyfriend Samuel, Artie and Ruth use to win the perfect murder contest at gifted camp, Susie says it's her choice too, and then Mr Harvey dies from one. Movie: No gifted camp, no Susie ever mentioning an icicle. Book: Mr Harvey kills animals to feed his appetite. Movie: None Book: We learn about Harvey's childhood Movie: Guess what we don't Book: Lindsey gets the evidence form a pad in Harvey's bedroom Movie: It's hidden to make it more dramatic Book: Holiday the dog has a bigger role. He howls at Harvey's house and frequently is seen as a sign of comfort, and reunites with Susie in heaven Movie: Holiwho? Book: Holly is a girl who becomes Susie's roomate in Heaven Movie: Holly is a victim of Mr Harvey Book: Hal Heckler, Samuel's brother exists and becomes a semi important character in the family Movie: Hal isn't shown Book: Buckley shows development and grows angry for his mother leaving Movie: Buckley is less relevant. Book: We grow with Lindsey a lot and so does Susie. She's a lot more relate able character in the book Movie: Same as her brother Lindsey is less relevant Book: Susie seems more carefree Movie: Susie is more emotional Book: Heaven lets you watch on Earth as in be physically in a position and be seen in the form like what most think of as ghost. Jack sees Susie once in the reflection, Lindsey sees her running in front of her at Mr Harvey's house, Buckley spots her under a clock, etc Movie: Susie's in some other dimension apparently where none of that would be possible as she just sees things and everything is reflected in CGI Book: Ruth is explored more, we see her develop her complex feelings. She is considered to be more of a lesbian, her attempts to experiment with Ray don't lead anywhere but this adds to her character Movie: Ruth is limited a lot Book: It's about growing as time goes on and developing the lovely bones that restrengthen the lives of her loved ones so she can move on. Movie: Seriously if i didn't read the book i'd have no clue what the hell the lovely bones are. There's probably more points i can make but i feel i gave enough
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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.
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.
The preacher lets Opal keep the dog in the book, and makes it temporary in the movie. * there is two added characters in the movie. (a policeman, a trailer park man.) *Opal a…nd her dad never discussed about her mom in the movie.
you have to read the book first like that you cand understand the movie