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It is perhaps best remembered for its two movie adaptations, both called ''Willard''. The first was made in 1971 and starred Bruce Davison and Creator/ErnestBorgnine. The second, made in 2003, starred Creator/CrispinGlover and Creator/RLeeErmey.

The 1971 movie also had a sequel, ''Ben'', released in 1972. The Music/MichaelJackson song of the same name was written for this movie and plays over the end credits.

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It is perhaps best remembered for its two movie adaptations, both called ''Willard''. The first was made in 1971 and starred Bruce Davison and Creator/ErnestBorgnine. The second, made in 2003, starred Creator/CrispinGlover and Creator/RLeeErmey.

Creator/RLeeErmey. The 1971 movie also had a sequel, ''Ben'', released in 1972. The Music/MichaelJackson song of the same name was written for this movie and plays over the end credits.
8th Apr '18 9:20:48 PM Mdumas43073
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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1968 British horror novel by Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some creepy-but-innocent fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].

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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1968 British horror novel by Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this them for some creepy-but-innocent fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].


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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1968 British horror novel by Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].

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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1968 British horror novel by Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy creepy-but-innocent fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].
27th Mar '18 7:48:58 PM Mdumas43073
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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1968 horror novel by Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].

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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1968 British horror novel by Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].
27th Mar '18 7:48:01 PM Mdumas43073
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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1968 horror novel by British author Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].

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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1968 horror novel by British author Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].
27th Mar '18 7:44:56 PM Mdumas43073
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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1969 horror novel by Irish author Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].

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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1969 1968 horror novel by Irish British author Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].
27th Mar '18 7:34:16 PM Mdumas43073
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Another thing that may or may not be worthy of note is that the novel is set in England while all three movies are set in the USA.

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Another thing that may or may not be worthy of note is that the novel is set in England Britain while all three movies are set in the USA.
27th Mar '18 7:32:59 PM Mdumas43073
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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1969 horror novel by Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].

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''Ratman's Notebooks'' is a 1969 horror novel by Irish author Stephen Gilbert. Written as a series of diary entries, it tells the story of a reclusive man who discovers he can train rats to do his bidding. Initially, he uses this for some innocent, yet creepy fun. Then he graduates to using them for [[spoiler:thievery]] and finally [[spoiler:murder]].
27th Mar '18 7:30:24 PM Mdumas43073
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It is perhaps best remembered for its two movie adaptations, both called ''Willard''. The first was made in 1971 and starred Bruce Davison. The second one was in 2003 and had [[Film/BackToTheFuture Crispin Glover]] cast in the lead role.

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It is perhaps best remembered for its two movie adaptations, both called ''Willard''. The first was made in 1971 and starred Bruce Davison. Davison and Creator/ErnestBorgnine. The second one was second, made in 2003 2003, starred Creator/CrispinGlover and had [[Film/BackToTheFuture Crispin Glover]] cast in the lead role.
Creator/RLeeErmey.
27th Mar '18 7:27:21 PM Mdumas43073
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** Anytime R. Lee Ermey is in front of the camera.
** Crispin Glover really has his moments.

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** Ernest Borgnine, in the 1971 film.
** Anytime R. Lee Ermey is in front of the camera.
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camera in the remake. Crispin Glover really has his moments.moments as well.
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