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* HollywoodHomely: Whilst Marian is described very unflatteringly in the book, most screen adaptations have her looking at least reasonably pretty.


* HollywoodPudgy: In the 1997 TV version, the fat (and blond, and clean-shaven) Fosco was played by the average-sized (and brunet, and bearded) Simon Callow. Similarly, in the 2018 adaptation, he is portrayed by the athletic Riccardo Scamarcio.

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* HollywoodPudgy: In the 1997 TV version, the fat (and blond, and clean-shaven) Fosco was played by the average-sized (and brunet, and bearded) Simon Callow. Similarly, in the 2018 adaptation, he is portrayed by the athletic Riccardo Scamarcio.


* HollywoodPudgy: In the 1997 TV version, the fat (and blond, and clean-shaven) Fosco was played by the average-sized (and brunet, and bearded) Simon Callow.

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* HollywoodPudgy: In the 1997 TV version, the fat (and blond, and clean-shaven) Fosco was played by the average-sized (and brunet, and bearded) Simon Callow. Similarly, in the 2018 adaptation, he is portrayed by the athletic Riccardo Scamarcio.

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* HollywoodPudgy: In the 1997 TV version, the fat (and blond, and clean-shaven) Fosco was played by the average-sized (and brunet, and bearded) Simon Callow.


* InNameOnly: The late-1990s BBC television version. A letter to the ''Magazine/RadioTimes'' wondered why the writer had bothered to keep the same title, so great were the differences in the plot.

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* InNameOnly: The late-1990s BBC television version. A letter to the ''Magazine/RadioTimes'' wondered why the writer had bothered to keep the same title, so great were the differences in the plot.plot.
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* InNameOnly: The late-1990s BBC television version. A letter to the ''RadioTimes'' wondered why the writer had bothered to keep the same title, so great were the differences in the plot.

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* InNameOnly: The late-1990s BBC television version. A letter to the ''RadioTimes'' ''Magazine/RadioTimes'' wondered why the writer had bothered to keep the same title, so great were the differences in the plot.


* MagnificentBastard: Count Fosco

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* %%* MagnificentBastard: Count Fosco


* AwesomeMcCoolname: Isidor Ottavio Baldassare Fosco


* FanPreferredCouple: Marian and Walter

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* FanPreferredCouple: Marian and WalterWalter.
* LesYay: Marian and Laura.

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* FanPreferredCouple: Marian and Walter
* MagnificentBastard: Count Fosco


* AdaptationDecay: The late-1990s BBC television version. A letter to the ''RadioTimes'' wondered why the writer had bothered to keep the same title, so great were the differences in the plot.



* DesignatedHero: Walter is usually called the hero, despite being absent for a huge chunk of the novel. This may have been intentional, intended by Collins as a comment on Victorian sexism.

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* DesignatedHero: Walter is usually called the hero, despite being absent for a huge chunk of the novel. This may have been intentional, intended by Collins as a comment on Victorian sexism.sexism.
* InNameOnly: The late-1990s BBC television version. A letter to the ''RadioTimes'' wondered why the writer had bothered to keep the same title, so great were the differences in the plot.


* AdaptationDecay: The late-1990s BBC television version. A letter to the ''RadioTimes'' wondered why the writer had bothered to keep the same title, so great were the differences in the plot.

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* AdaptationDecay: The late-1990s BBC television version. A letter to the ''RadioTimes'' wondered why the writer had bothered to keep the same title, so great were the differences in the plot.plot.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: Isidor Ottavio Baldassare Fosco
* DesignatedHero: Walter is usually called the hero, despite being absent for a huge chunk of the novel. This may have been intentional, intended by Collins as a comment on Victorian sexism.

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