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Patricia Shay as Mrs. Hawks insisted he could make a film from his "worst story". Hemingway and Hawks had discussed that the film was not going to resemble the novel, and would rather tell the story of how Morgan met Marie.
Marie's character was extensively altered for the film. Hughes sold the book rights to Hawks in Octoberwho then sold them to Warner Bros.
Hemingway reportedly refused to speak to Hawks for "three months" upon finding this out. The only similarities include the title, the name and a few personality traits of the main character Harry Morgan, the name of Marie, the name of Eddie, and the name and character traits of Johnson.
Johnson is the only character that remained the same in the novel, in every revised screenplay, and in the film. The film only bears resemblance to the first four chapters of the novel. Completed on October 12,the initial screenplay was pages.
In the previous version of the script, Bacall's purse was stolen; after the revision, Bacall's character stole the purse. Some of her lines reportedly came directly from Keith. According to Keith, Furthman even suggested she ask for script credit. The second version had Bacall as a minor character in case she proved to be poor for the role.
Adams and Whitman Chambers to help him with the work. He stated that the characters must be softened, the studio must remove all suggestions of inappropriate sexual relations between men and women, and that murder must be made clear to appear as self-defense.
They objected to the unfavorable portrayal of Cuba's government as against the U. It was reportedly Faulkner's idea to change the setting of the film to Martinique, because he had been working on an unproduced story line involving Charles de Gaulleso he was familiar with the details.
Oliver the best adaptation for film of Hemingway's novels. He also removed scenes in which Morgan appeared to be a murderer.
Other additions included Marie becoming Morgan's sole romantic interest and Helen and her husband becoming fighters for the resistance. Line by line, Hawks and Bogart changed the script to create a more sexual and comedic film. Bogart was married and at 45 years old, he was more than twice Bacall's age.Other essays and articles in the Literature Archives related to this topic include: Plot Summary of Animal Farm by George Orwell Short Biography of George Orwell Utopias and Dystopias: A Comparison of Lord of the Flies and Animal Farm • The Role of Media in Society in by George Orwell.
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