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

Drama

Clear and Present Danger

8%
Released: 1989
Author: Clancy, Tom

Clear and Present Danger

92%
Released: 1994
Director: Noyce, Phillip
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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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   The yacht owner's connection with the Cartel is established clearly through the confession of the two hijackers. It does not play a large role in the rest of the story, and the President does not send Jack to Colombia. The yacht owner's connection with the Cartel is unclear, prompting the President to send Jack to Colombia to uncover it, driving the rest of the story
   Moira Wolfe does not know Cathy Ryan Moira Wolfeson is a friend of Cathy Ryan
   The Director of Central Intelligence, Arthur Moore, decides that Jack will be kept out of the loop because he wants to keep knowledge of the operation as tight as possible The Deputy Director of the CIA, Bob Ritter, decides that Jack will be kept out of the loop because he believes Jack is a "boy scout" and will object to the operation
   Dan Murray is not killed in Colombia; he's not even in Colombia during the attack Dan Murray is killed in Colombia in the attack with Jack Ryan
   Escobedo orders the assault on FBI Director Jacobs in Bogota, despite Cortez's opposition Cortez orders the assault on FBI Director Jacobs in Bogota and makes it look like Escobedo did it.
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