What's the Difference between The Great Gatsby the Book and The Great Gatsby the Movie?

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The Great Gatsby

53%
Released: 1925
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Great Gatsby

47%
Released: 1974
Director: Jack Clayton
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In the Book In the Movie
Jay Gatsby
Jay Gatsby
Portrayed by: Robert Redford
Daisy Buchanan
Daisy Buchanan
Portrayed by: Mia Farrow
Nick Caraway
Nick Caraway
Portrayed by: Sam Waterston
Tom Buchanan
Tom Buchanan
Portrayed by: Bruce Dern
The Great Gatsby Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   Gatsby has a relationship with self made millionaire, Dan Cody. This character is left out completely.
   Gatsby tells Nick that his real name is James Gats. He never reveals his real name.
   The man that Nick refers to as "Owl Eyes" who he sees at one of Gatsby's parties. He later drives his car into a ditch. He doesn't appear.
   It has been 5 years since Daisy and Gatsby have seen each other. It is 8 years since their last meeting.
   Nick first talks to Gatsby during the first party he attends and doesn't realize it is Gatsby he is talking to. Nick is summoned to meet Gatsby at his party.
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sup pus
20 Nov 2014 Anonymous
Niggers
20 Nov 2014 Anonymous
I be pimpin'
27 Oct 2014 Anonymous
I be pimpin' my Shoes.
27 Oct 2014 Anonymous
sup' again word out dawgs.
27 Oct 2014 Anonymous
sup' dawgs.
27 Oct 2014 Anonymous
sup' dawgs.
27 Oct 2014 Anonymous
He is comparing the version of 1974 not 2013!!!!!!
05 Oct 2014 Anonymous
In movie Jordan doesnt fit her role she did in the book.
01 Jun 2014 Anonymous
There are even 5 versions instead of two -.-
13 Jan 2014 Anonymous


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