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|Statement||Joe Kane, The Phantom of the Movies.|
|LC Classifications||PN1998 .P46 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 575 p. :|
|Number of Pages||575|
|LC Control Number||99086034|
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But this long-awaited feature is the first based on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tony Award-winning musical, which is less a horror film than a. The Phantom seen on stage, in addition to being a better representation to the hideous creature created for Gaston Leroux’s novel, (originally published in in France as Le Fantôme de l’Opéra), also featured more drastic mask and costume changes than Butler’s Phantom did in the movie.
Michael Jackson wanted to play The Phantom himself in the film version. Jackson had a strong interest in musical theater and was a fan of Andrew Lloyd Webber's stage adaptation when he saw it open in New York inin which Jackson saw it several times since and talked to Lloyd Webber backstage.
However, Lloyd Webber has said that although Jackson wanted to play the film version of The. Some of the Avon books were made into audiobooks in Norway and Sweden in However, the books were heavily edited to fit each book on two CDs.
Sometimes, entire subplots were taken out. Movie adaptation. Ina novel adaptation of The Phantom movie. The "best" by definition of: * closest to the novel: Lon Chaney's version. It's silent and black-and-white, but if you want to come closest to "watching" the story directly from the novel with a similar mood and feel, this is your best choice.
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- When it comes to Covid, I worry about the problem of “phantom risk.” Right now the risks of Covid are very real, but at some point we still will feel those risks.
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We just need to acknowledge some differences, both nuanced and glaring, that are evident in either version. The challenge that we see though is picking which version of the musical to compare to the movie. The Phantom of the Opera was all of this for me.
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