What's the Difference between Clear and Present Danger the Book and Clear and Present Danger the Movie?

Drama

Clear and Present Danger

96%
Released: 1989
Author: Clancy, Tom

Clear and Present Danger

4%
Released: 1994
Director: Noyce, Phillip
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In the Book In the Movie
Elizabeth Elliot
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Elizabeth Elliot
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Moira Wolfe
Moira Wolfeson
Arthur Moore
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Robby Jackson
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Clear and Present Danger Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   Ryan breaks into Ritter's safe to steal files. Ryan hacks Ritter's computer to steal files.
   Jack Ryan is one of many major characters in the story Jack Ryan is the main character
   Jack breaks into Ritter's safe to find documents proving the existence of Operation RECIPROCITY Jack hacks into Ritter's computer and desperately tries to retrieve documents proving the existence of Operation RECIPROCITY before Ritter deletes them
   Bob Ritter is portrayed as a ruthless rival to Jack who eventually partners with him to rescue the US soldiers in Colombia. Bob Ritter is portrayed as a heartless rival to Jack and is the main villain
   Felix Cortez does not kill Moira after having learned Director Jacobs will come to Colombia. After having found out that Cortez used her to get information about Director Jacobs, Moira attempts suicide through a sleeping pill overdose, but she survives. At the end of the book, Dan Murray takes her to Guantanamo Bay to see Cortez as a prisoner in hopes of putting the incident behind her. Felix Cortez kills Moira after having learned Director Jacobs will come to Colombia.
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