Two 20th-century popular novels, both made into successful films:
Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery, the story of a spunky orphan growing up on Prince Edward Island, the first of almost a dozen books about Anne and her family and friends. Published in 1908, filmed in 1934.
The Caine Mutiny by Herman Wouk, the story of conflict between that ship’s officers during WWII. Most famous for Humphrey Bogart’s portrayal of the captain, Philip Francis Queeg, and his obsession with some missing strawberries. Published in 1951, filmed in 1954.
These two films have something quite unusual in common. What is it?