Hound of the Baskerville Essay

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the parts of the movie that differed from the book did not make any significant changes to the story told by the author of the book. In the book, Watson travels to the gravesite alone. But, in the movie no message was sent. The book and the movie have many similarities, but there are also differences. In the book, a telegram was sent to Berrymore. and likewise in the movie, Holmes and Watson inspect a walking stick. Berrymore confesses that the escaped convict is her brother Sheldon, in the same way she did in both the movie and the book. Then, in the movie, both Watson and Holmes travel to visit Laura Lyons in search of clues, whereas in the book, Watson questions Mrs. In conclusion, the film version of Hound of the Baskervilles was very similar to the book, but there were some differences. Finally, Stapleton was announced dead in the Grimpen myer , as he was in both versions of the story. One major difference in the movie that was not in the book was the starting scene of the movie was set in the moor with Sir Charles being attacked by the Hound. In the book the starting scene was when Watson and Holmes had just found a walking stick that had the initials C.C.H. on it. I think that the movie starting scene was more informative because it let you know about what was happening and it also gave some more suspense to the film. In the movie Holmes, in the beginning, was much more prideful and rude to Watson and people in general, but later on, Holmes was a lot nicer and somewhat humble at least compared to the book. This difference made the viewer feel less liking of the character of Holmes and it almost seemed that the director tried to save Holmes’s character by making him nicer at the ending. The difference had a big impact on the feeling of the movie because it felt that he was so stuck up he was rather unapproachable. A difference that was very noticeable was that in the book they had a pretty large scene that included Sir Henry’s follower in a cab when in...
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