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There Was A Trippier Book Version of Metropolis | What’s the Difference?


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Fritz Lang's silent epic Metropolis has long been one of the most influential works of science fiction on film. The tale of a futuristic city and the classes at war within it is a landmark of the 1920s. Thea Von Harbou, Lang's wife and collaborator, wrote both the script and the book, so Metropolis becomes an early and excellent example of creating the same story in two different art forms. Get ready to cut to a title card because we can't say this next part out loud... It's time to ask, What's the Difference?

This episode was written and edited by Clint Gage, with animation and by Casey "The Other Voice" Redmon

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