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> For instance, I just completed an article on some thirteen film and tv
> adaptations of Verne's JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, and a summary
> of the surprising number of stage versions (considering the difficulty of
> placing the story within the proscenium) reveals an accelerating
> interaction and growing intertextuality between stage and film versions as
> this story becomes an ever more popular basis for films, tv, and stage.  I
> suspect the same is true of many properties popular in multiple mediums.


What diud you think of Rusty Lemorande's version?  I thought it was
bizarre and virtually incomprehensible, particularly since it skips over
the climax.

Scott

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