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John Milton is one of the main characters and the central antagonist from the 1997 film The Devil's Advocate as well as the novel from which it was based. He is played by Academy Award winning actor Al Pacino.
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- The character of John Milton was created by novelist Andrew Neiderman.
- The name of the character is derived from English poet John Milton who is best known for his ten book epic poem Paradise Lost. The poem is famous for the line "Better to reign in Hell, than to serve in Heaven", which is also quoted in the film.
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External Links Edit
- John Milton (poet) at Wikipedia
- The Devil's Advocate at IMDB
- The Devil's Advocate at Wikipedia
- The Devil's Advocate at AllRovi.com