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On this day in 1942, William Faulkner began a five-month stint writing screenplays for Warner Bros. Faulkner wrote two critically acclaimed films, both starring Humphrey Bogart: To Have and Have Not was based on an Ernest Hemingway novel, and The Big Sleep was based on a mystery by Raymond Chandler.

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  9. rufiousreader said: A real ladies man was the writer.
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    Hemingway hated Faulkner. Shame he wrote the screenplay for his movie.
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    The most convoluted plot ever. Even Chandler doesn’t know who killed the chauffeur. Still. One of my favorites.
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