Hound Of The Baskevilles
Imagine if you had to read about the Titanic, instead having the pleasure of watching it. Wouldn?t it be boring That?s why movies are preferred over books. Movies have everything. A seance, romance and suspense are all parts of a good movie. Books can only help the reader imagine the plot, but the movie actually takes the reader there. The movie version of The Hound of the Baskervilles starring Basil Rathbone made in 1939 was favored over the 1901-1902 version of The Hounds of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Although the movie version lacked suspense, it made up by the adding the romance between Sir Henry and Ms. Stapleton, and Mrs. Mortimer?s seance. These factors stimulated the plot and made the movie more intriguing.
The movie was better because it included the seance and romance, which the book didn?t have. This helped visualize the attitude of the movie better, even though it was lacking suspense. The scenario with Barrymore snooping around was different in the movie and the book. It?s not a significant scene so it doesn?t change the plot, but Sir Henry and Ms. Stapleton?s love
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