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The Ransom of Red Chief

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Ana Wagner

on 3 December 2013

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Transcript of The Ransom of Red Chief

The Ransom of Red Chief
Comparing the
book to the movie

Similarities
The ransom of red chief runs away and gets kidnapped
The kidnappers find the boy annoying and want to take him home but he's having fun and doesn't want to go home
The kidnappers have to pay $250 in cash to give the ransom of red chief back to his parents
In the beginning of the movie and the book the kidnappers were planning how they were going to steal the kid
In both the movie and the book the kidnappers sent a ransom letter and in returned they got a letter stating that they need to pay $250 in cash to return the kid
Differences
In the movie the characters names are different then in the book
In the movie at the end the kidnappers get a key to the city
The endings of the two were different in the movie Andy and old Hank were running from the bad guys and Andy's dad found them and saved them. Then old Hank and his partner Bill were giving a key to the city for saving Andy. In the end of the book , the kidnappers paid Johnnys (Andys) father. They had to lie to Johnny to get him to agree to go home.
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