Warning Express is a Lovian book by James M. Jackson, written in 1932. It was adapted into a film in 1964. A present-day adaptation of the novel to the internet society of the 2000s was made by Lars Washington in 2008.
Film adaptation Edit
Warning Express is a 1964 movie by James M. Jackson, based on his book. It was a minor production of Transbaum Films and was relatively popular. The movie featured Simon McCann as the protagonist, and also Caroline Koch.
Comparison of the 1932 and 2008 versions: excerpts Edit
|James M. Jackson book from 1932||Lars Washington short story from 2008|
|"The man on the railroad is a dead man."||"The man on the railroad is a skeleton."|
|"The man died of alcohol abuse."||"The man died of drug abuse."|
|"The victim had been excommunicated by the Christian population."||"The victim had been blocked by the Wikipedia community."|
|"The victim was an alleged rapist."||"The victim was an alleged vandalist."|