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Roger Young's made-for-TV adaptation of the Robert Ludlum novel, The Bourne Identity stars Richard Chamberlain as Jason Bourne, who washes up on the beach and is cared for by a doctor. Bourne has no memories, but is intrigued enough to investigate why he has the number of a Swiss bank account on his thigh. As Jason travels to various European cities following clues about his past, he begins to discover that his actions match those of the feared international terrorist Carlos. The book was filmed a second time in 2002 by ...

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JOHANS

Jun 16, 2011

The original movie beats remake version

Here's a classic spy yarn which spins its intruige in a logical, easy-to-follow way for us to grasp - Chamberlain and jaclyn Smith are bound together from the start to come to grips with a man who has no memory of his past actions, or even his name. Based on R. Ludlum's novel (same name as movie), this version is more faithful to the Ludlum, with less RAW violence and frantic scenarios as the 1995 version. This original version scores high in suspense and thrilling action. plus Bourne has Jaclyn tagging along for the ride helping him out. In the 1995 version, Bourne is solo and robot-like.

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