What's the Difference between The Body the Book and Stand By Me the Movie?


The Body

Released: 1982
Author: Stephen King

Stand By Me

Released: 1986
Director: Rob Reiner
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In the Book In the Movie
Gordie LaChance
Gordie LaChance
Portrayed by: Wil Wheaton
Teddy Duchamp
Teddy Duchamp
Portrayed by: Corey Feldman
Stand By Me Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   The story takes place in Castle Rock, Maine in 1960. It is in Castle Rock, Oregon in 1959.
   Chris pulls a gun on Ace and his gang when they find the body. It is Gordie who pulls the gun.
   This doesn't happen. Ace", "Eyeball", Billy and Charlie play a game of mailbox baseball.
   Gordie has a vision of Denny as a corpse and he tells him "it should have been you". Gordie has a dream and his Dad is the one who says it.
   "Stud City" is a story written by Gordie and told. This isn't shown.
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