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Hollywood takes novels and turns them into movies Screen writers make a lot of changes due to the length of the motions picture and cost of production The screenwriter of The Natural altered the characters personalities and appearances Iris played an important character in both the novel and the movie As stated in the book when Roy saw her She seemed to be wanting to say something and then it flashed on him the reason she was standing was to show her confidence in him Malamud 133 Roy believed in superstition and took this as a sign he would come out of his slump In the same way as shown in the movie Roy would have this same feeling Roy knew right away who the lady in the white dress was Roy felt good inside and then had no more worries Movie In both the novel and the movie Roy feels Iris symbolized good fortune Even though his relationship starts with Iris at different times in his life she still brings good fortune to Roy Another important character is the Judge It turned out that the Judge used his position to bribe Roy to play badly in order to sell the Knights Ball Club In the book the Judge bribes Roy by offering him 25000 to play bad or be without his love Memo Paris You may lose Miss Paris to someone else if you are not careful Malamud 190 According to the movie the Judge bribes Roy with pictures of the shooting incident and 20000 The Judge said that if he didnt accept the money then his horrible past would be revealed Movie Roy did not care for the money but did care about Miss Paris in the book and his past being revealed in the movie Miss Paris proved to be bad luck as well as part of his horrible past Finally lets discuss Roy and his character
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