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Thursday, September 23 2010

John Huston and Ray Bradbury Adapt the Seemingly Unadaptable in 'Moby Dick'

Moby-Dick, arguably the most boring really good book one could read, is a meandering experiment in literary narration. Ray Bradbury and John Huston forget all that and seize upon the plot and imagery to deliver a whale of a film in 1956's Moby Dick.


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