The Most Dangerous Game Essay | Essay

Richard Connell
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"Tthe Most Dangerous Game": A Comparison of the Short Story and the Movie Version

Summary: Comparison of the movie version of "The Most Dangerous Game," by Richard Connelly, to the original short story.
The short story "The Most Dangerous Game" is yet another masterpiece by an idolized author, Richard Connelly, which was re-created into a motion picture. This should prove to be a captivating film. For the majority of viewers, the feeling is that the movie is a definite improvement over the short story-"the Most Dangerous Game." Some of the remarkable improvements made for movie were, the addition of characters, the polishing characters, and providing a stronger and clearer conclusion.

The original short story "The Most Dangerous Game," was limited in the number of characters required to develop a strong plot line that would both interest, and entertain the reader. By adding extra characters, who shared some of the main character's role, the tedious storyline offered a variety of personalities. One example of that change is at the beginning of the movie, where several characters discuss the adventures of the...

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