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William Goldman, although the author attributes the book to the fictional S. Morgenstein
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"The Princess Bride" was supposedly written by S. Morgenstern and abridged by William Goldman, in what he called the "good-parts version". However, Goldman was actually the so…le creator of the novel--he simply pretended that it was by a mythical man from a mythical land (Morganstern of Florin) and that he was merely abridging it. This has confused many people, who spend time looking for the "unabridged" version, when it simply doesn't exist.
In short: No. Author and screenwriter William Goldman of The Princess Bride wrote the beginning of a sequel, that appears in the newest editions of The Princess Bride called "…Buttercup's Baby".
Well if you go on www.Princessbridethebook.com you can request a chapter he didn't put in the book. And when you read it he says he made another book.
Buttercup was played by Robin Wright and Westley was played by Cary Elwes.
Westley was the farmhand who loved and was loved by Buttercup. He went to see to make his fortune, and was reportadly killed. In fact, he was captured, befriended his captor, …and in his own time took the mantle of the Dread Pirate Roberts.
No there is not
The character was played by Fred Savage.
Wesley supposedly 'died' when pirates took over his ship to America. He also "mostly" dies in the fith level of the Prince's zoo, or Pit of Despair.
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