On which film is the title Anagram of the book on which it was based?
No country for old men
Consumption of chocolate Proves fatal for many dogs because of which connection?
Answer: October Sky
It is one thing to take a book and turn it into a smart film adaptation. On a very different level it is smart to take a book, but make a good film adaptation of it and give the film a new and catchy name that is actually an anagram of the original book title.
That's exactly what happened with the movie October Sky . The critically acclaimed film from 1999 focuses on the amateur rocket works of a group of boys growing up in a coal mining town in West Virginia. The story, described by reviewers as a moving coming of age story full of sincerity and inspiration, was based on the memoirs of Homer Hickman, Jr. and his life in such a small town. The memoir was called Rocket Boys – October Sky is an anagram of Rocket Boys and a very clever way to give the story a fresh but current title.