Re: RARA-AVIS: Wade Miller


Juri Nummelin (jurnum@utu.fi)
Tue, 24 Aug 1999 14:19:39 +0300 (EET DST)


On Tue, 24 Aug 1999, Anders Engwall wrote:

> There are a couple of other, perhaps interesting, differences as
> well. In the book, Hank Quinlan has a partner in crime, whereas
> Welles rolled them both into one (judging by the size of him, quite
> literally :-)

But there is Pete, an old policeman in the film, who has been involved in Quinlan's frame-ups.

Also, in the movie Charlton Heston plays a mexican
> with an American wife. In the book, Heston's character was an all-
> American D.A. with a Mexican wife.

It was a very wise move from Welles. Quinlan looks even more bad (worse?) when he gets to be more racist.
 
> Btw, didn't Wade & Miller also write as Dale Wilmer?

Yes, they did. Someone else knows how many books.

Juri jurnum@utu.fi

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