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

Drama

Clear and Present Danger

9%
Released: 1989
Author: Clancy, Tom

Clear and Present Danger

91%
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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   Bob Ritter is the Deputy Director of Operations and thus Ryan's equal in the CIA hierarchy Bob Ritter is the Deputy Director of the CIA and thus Ryan's superior in the CIA hierarchy
   Jack, Ritter, and Moore are all on cordial terms at the end of the book, although they all fear that they will lose their jobs thanks to the President-elect. Clark informs Cutter that Cutter is going to be arrested shortly. Unable to face that, Cutter commits suicide by throwing himself in front of traffic. Jack is still furious with Ritter and Cutter at the end of the book. There is no apparent punishment for any of them before Jack concludes the film by speaking to Congress.
   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
   When Jack breaks into Ritter's safe, he does it on his own late at night after most of his employees have gone home. Ritter never finds out that Ryan found the files. When Jack hacks Ritter's files, he does so during office hours with several of his employees beside him. Ritter realizes that Jack is printing his files, and the two confront each other.
   John Clark is on the ground to guide the missile to the drug kingpin's compound. John Clark is in a hotel room supervising from a distance.
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