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Christine ist ein Horrorfilm nach dem gleichnamigen Roman von Stephen King aus dem Jahre Regie führte John Carpenter, der auch die Filmmusik. Stephen King und John Carpenter schufen mit Christine den perfekten Horror auf Rädern. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Christine. Handlung von. Der jährige, nicht besonders beliebte Nerd Arnie erwirbt einen verrosteten Plymouth. Bald entwickelt er eine ungesunde Beziehung zu dem Auto. Unermüdlich bringt er den alten Wagen wieder auf Vordermann und nennt ihn liebevoll Christine. Doch.

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Der jährige, nicht besonders beliebte Nerd Arnie erwirbt einen verrosteten Plymouth. Bald entwickelt er eine ungesunde Beziehung zu dem Auto. Unermüdlich bringt er den alten Wagen wieder auf Vordermann und nennt ihn liebevoll Christine. Doch. Christine ist ein Horrorfilm nach dem gleichnamigen Roman von Stephen King aus dem Jahre Regie führte John Carpenter, der auch die Filmmusik. Die Dreharbeiten fanden in den Filmstudios von Boulogne-Billancourt in der Nähe von Paris statt. Christine war Romy Schneiders erster Film, der auf Französisch. Christine - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | adam-project.eu Auch gehört Carpenter zu den ersten Filmemachern, die sich in ihren Filmen mit dem Thema High School und dem dort herrschenden Kastenwesen. Stephen King und John Carpenter schufen mit Christine den perfekten Horror auf Rädern. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Christine. Handlung von. Deutscher Titel, Christine. Originaltitel, John Carpenter's Christine. Produktionsland, USA. Erscheinungsjahr, Länge, ca. min. Altersfreigabe, FSK

Christine Film

Die Dreharbeiten fanden in den Filmstudios von Boulogne-Billancourt in der Nähe von Paris statt. Christine war Romy Schneiders erster Film, der auf Französisch. Stephen King und John Carpenter schufen mit Christine den perfekten Horror auf Rädern. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Christine. Handlung von. Christine ist ein Horrorfilm nach dem gleichnamigen Roman von Stephen King aus dem Jahre Regie führte John Carpenter, der auch die Filmmusik. Christine Film Christine Film Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Full Cast and Crew. Richard Kobritz Larry J. Retrieved May 31, Will Darnell Harry Dean Stanton Writers: Stephen King based upon the novel byBill Phillips screenplay by. Retrieved January 5, Detective Supernatural Staffel 11 Deutschland Junkins Christine Belford Christine Film

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I think the scariest scene for me will always be the last scene where Leigh and Dennis face off with Christine and you see that Arnie just completely gone.

I'm honestly shocked that Keith Gordon didn't continue on with his acting career, he just blew me away as Arnie, reading the book I couldn't picture anybody else.

He's absolutely incredible. John Stockwell also pulls in a good solid performance as well. This is one of the rare horror movies that is over all very enjoyable and if it doesn't scare you, I still think you will like it, it has a great story and a very good cast and crew.

I highly recommend that you see this movie if you get the chance, it's a classic. Looking for something to watch?

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Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A nerdish boy buys a strange car with an evil mind of its own and his nature starts to change to reflect it.

Director: John Carpenter. Writers: Stephen King based upon the novel by , Bill Phillips screenplay by. Available on Amazon.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Keith Gordon Arnie Cunningham John Stockwell Dennis Guilder Alexandra Paul Leigh Cabot Robert Prosky Will Darnell Harry Dean Stanton Detective Rudolph Junkins Christine Belford Regina Cunningham Roberts Blossom George LeBay William Ostrander Buddy Repperton David Spielberg Casey Malcolm Danare Moochie Steven Tash Rich Stuart Charno Don Vandenberg Kelly Preston Roseanne Marc Poppel Chuck Robert Darnell The doors lock themselves, leaving Arnie unable to help her, but she frees herself and is saved when a man in a nearby car administers the Heimlich maneuver.

Soon afterward, school bully Buddy Repperton - angry with Arnie over being expelled after a confrontation in shop class - vandalizes Christine with the help of his gang.

Arnie is devastated and determined to repair Christine but is surprised to see her quickly restore herself. Christine then seeks out the vandals, crushing one in an alley, triggering a gas station explosion that kills two others and sets the car on fire, and finally running down and Buddy himself.

After the badly burned Christine returns to Darnell's garage, Darnell sits in the driver's seat and is crushed to death against the steering wheel when Christine pushes the seat forward.

The next morning, Christine is back in its slot and fully repaired. State police detective Rudolph Junkins becomes suspicious of Arnie, having discovered paint from Christine at the scenes of two gang members' deaths.

However, he has no direct evidence to implicate Arnie, who has an alibi. Junkins either does not know or cannot believe that Christine can drive herself.

Following the choking incident and Christine's initial vandalization, Leigh breaks up with Arnie. Dennis and Leigh conclude the only way to save Arnie is to destroy Christine.

However, Christine has been lying in wait under a pile of debris in the garage the entire time, and it strikes when Leigh takes up her position at the door controls.

Christine crashes through Darnell's office in an attempt to get at Leigh. Arnie — who has been driving the car himself — is thrown through the windshield and impaled on a shard of glass, which kills him.

Dennis and Leigh attack Christine with the bulldozer, but the car continually repairs itself and strikes back.

The battle continues until they repeatedly drive back and forth over the car, damaging Christine so much that it is unable to immediately regenerate.

The next day, Dennis, Leigh and Junkins watch as Christine's remains are compacted by a car crusher in a junkyard and dropped on the ground as a solid block.

Junkins praises Dennis and Leigh for defeating the demonic vehicle, despite them mourning the loss of Arnie and their inability to save him.

As the camera zooms in slowly on the remains, a portion of the front grill begins to twitch. Through producing the miniseries, Kobritz became acquainted with King, who sent him manuscripts of two of his novels, Cujo , and Christine.

Kobritz's first choice for director was John Carpenter, who was initially unavailable due to two projects: an adaptation of another King novel, Firestarter , and an adaptation of the Eric Van Lustbader novel The Ninja.

However, production delays on these projects allowed Carpenter to accept the director position for Christine. Carpenter was also joined by special effects supervisor Roy Arbogast, who had previously worked with Carpenter in The Thing But it was something I needed to do at that time for my career.

King's novel, the source material for Carpenter's film, made it clear that the car was possessed by the evil spirit of its previous owner, Roland D.

LeBay, whereas the film version of the story shows that the evil spirit of the car manifested itself on the day it was built.

Kevin Bacon auditioned for the role, but opted out when offered a part in Footloose Nineteen-year-old Alexandra Paul was cast in the film after audition in New York City; according to Carpenter, Paul was an "untrained, young actress" at the time, but brought a "great quality" about the character of Leigh.

Christine was shot largely in Los Angeles, California , while the location for Darnell's garage was located in Santa Clarita. The film's stunts were primarily completed by stunt coordinator Terry Leonard, who was behind the wheel of the car during the high-speed chase scenes, as well as the scene in which the car drives down a highway engulfed in flames.

Alexandra Paul's identical twin sister Caroline Paul wrote that she and her sister pulled a prank during filming, sending Caroline on set in place of Alexandra without telling Carpenter that they had made the switch until after he had shot a scene.

She wrote, "My highly skilled clutch-pushing actually made it into the movie. Although the car in the film is identified as a Plymouth Fury [11] — and in radio ads promoting the film, voiceover artists announced, "she's a '57 Fury" — two other Plymouth models, the Belvedere and the Savoy , were also used to portray the malevolent automobile onscreen.

John Carpenter placed ads throughout Southern California searching for models of the car, and was able to purchase twenty-four of them in various states of disrepair, which were used to build a total of seventeen copies of the film car.

Total production for the Plymouth Fury was only 5,, and they were difficult to find and expensive to buy at the time. In addition, the real-life Furys only came in one color, "Sandstone White" with a "Buckskin Beige" interior, seen on the other Furys on the assembly line during the initial scenes of the movie, though the car in King's novel was ordered with a red-and-white custom paint job.

In order to bypass the problem of obtaining the rare trim, the cars featured the more common Belvedere "Dartline" trim.

Several vehicles were destroyed during filming, but most of the cars were Savoy and Belvedere models dressed to look like the Fury. At least one '57 Savoy was used, its front end modified to look like a ' Some of King's details about the car were incorrect in the novel.

The Plymouth Fury was only available as a two-door coupe, while the book described it as a four-door sedan, which would have made it a Savoy or Belvedere model.

During Leigh's choking scene, Christine is shown to have common vertical lock "buttons" on the inside door panels.

Chrysler vehicles of this era were not equipped with such buttons. To lock the door, the door handle has to be pushed downward. King also mentions a shift lever for the automatic transmission, but in real life it had push-button controls.

Originally, Carpenter had not planned to film the car's regeneration scenes, but gave special effects supervisor Roy Arbogast three weeks to devise a way for the car to rebuild itself.

Arbogast and his team made rubber molds from one of the cars, including a whole front end. One of the cars was stripped of its engine to accommodate internally-mounted hydraulics that pulled the framework inward, crumpling the car, with the shot then run backwards in the final film.

Of the twenty-three cars used in the film, the best known surviving vehicle was rescued from a junkyard and restored by collector Bill Gibson of Pensacola, Florida.

Christine was released in North America on December 9, , to 1, theaters. The film dropped The consensus reads: "The cracks are starting to show in John Carpenter's directorial instincts, but Christine is nonetheless silly, zippy fun.

Roger Ebert gave the movie three out of four stars, saying: "by the end of the movie, Christine has developed such a formidable personality that we are actually taking sides during its duel with a bulldozer.

This is the kind of movie where you walk out with a silly grin, get in your car, and lay rubber halfway down the Eisenhower.

Unfortunately, the later part of the film is slow in developing, and it unfolds in predictable ways. Two soundtracks were released, one consisting purely of the music written and composed by John Carpenter and Alan Howarth , the other consisting of the contemporary pop songs used in the film.

The soundtrack album containing songs used in the film was entitled Christine: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and was released on LP and cassette on Motown Records.

The track listing was as follows:. The following tracks were not included on this LP release, but were used in the film and listed in the film's credits:.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Richard Kobritz Larry J. John Carpenter Alan Howarth. Release date. Running time. Main article: Christine soundtrack.

Electronic film score. The Films of John Carpenter. Box Office Mojo.

Gantz - Spiel um dein Leben. Wie oft üblich wurden auch bei dem Drehbuch zu diesem Film einige Teile aus der Romanvorlage weggelassen oder verändert:. Nutzer haben sich diesen Film Aladin 2019. Jean Seberg - Against All Enemies. Romy Schneider und Alain Delon lernten sich während der Dreharbeiten kennen und wurden im Anschluss auch privat ein Paar. Das Auto, das zum Monster wird: Christine. The Ring 2.

In , in Detroit, a red Plymouth Fury is built and is the cause of two accidents, one of them fatal, still in the assembly line. Twenty-one years later, the outcast and bullied nerd Arnold "Arnie" Cunningham is getting a ride with his best and only friend Dennis Guilder and he sees the wrecked car for sale in a garden.

Arnie immediately falls in love with the car. The car was given the name Christine by its first owner. He brings the car to a repair shop of the despicable Will Darnell and works hard to restore the classic car.

While he works in the restoration, he changes his personality to a cocky teenager and he dates the most beautiful girl in the high-school, Leigh Cabot.

Soon Arnie becomes selfish and jealous of the supernatural Christine that kills everyone that is a threat to them. Written by Mitchell McCreath.

Ah, do I remember the day that I saw Christine, which is disturbing since I was only 6 years old, but my sister said "Do you wanna watch Christine?

This is a movie that has always stayed with me and still scares the heck out of me when I watch it in the dark. Who knew that even before taking a driver's ed class that cars could scare me?

But this isn't just any ordinary car, this is a killer car! This is a car with ghosts in it and you wouldn't like them if you make them angry or try to take their owner away.

Christine is the car that you definitely don't wanna mess with, otherwise you may have to face those bright lights and loud rock and roll music, what happens next, you may not wanna know.

Arnie Cunningham, a typical high school nerd with only one friend, a childhood companion named Dennis Guilder, a popular jock.

Arnie's life begins to change when he discovers Christine, a red Plymouth Fury in serious need of repair.

Arnie begins to restore Christine to her original beauty, but as he spends more and more of his time repairing her, those in his life notice that he is changing as well.

Formerly shy, Arnie develops a cocky arrogance. Dennis, as well as Arnie's new girlfriend Leigh, discover that the car has a deadly past.

The previous owner, Roland LeBay, became consumed with Christine and he paid for it with his life. Leigh and Dennis try to save Arnie from a similar fate.

They realize that the only way to save Arnie is by destroying Christine. Christine, however, isn't ready to give up Arnie without a fight. Christine is a classic horror movie that for me will always deliver on the good scares.

I still have a hard time watching it. I think the scariest scene for me will always be the last scene where Leigh and Dennis face off with Christine and you see that Arnie just completely gone.

I'm honestly shocked that Keith Gordon didn't continue on with his acting career, he just blew me away as Arnie, reading the book I couldn't picture anybody else.

He's absolutely incredible. John Stockwell also pulls in a good solid performance as well. This is one of the rare horror movies that is over all very enjoyable and if it doesn't scare you, I still think you will like it, it has a great story and a very good cast and crew.

I highly recommend that you see this movie if you get the chance, it's a classic. Looking for something to watch?

Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Visit our What to Watch page.

Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs.

Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews.

Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This.

A nerdish boy buys a strange car with an evil mind of its own and his nature starts to change to reflect it. Director: John Carpenter. Writers: Stephen King based upon the novel by , Bill Phillips screenplay by.

Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist. State police detective Rudolph Junkins becomes suspicious of Arnie, having discovered paint from Christine at the scenes of two gang members' deaths.

However, he has no direct evidence to implicate Arnie, who has an alibi. Junkins either does not know or cannot believe that Christine can drive herself.

Following the choking incident and Christine's initial vandalization, Leigh breaks up with Arnie. Dennis and Leigh conclude the only way to save Arnie is to destroy Christine.

However, Christine has been lying in wait under a pile of debris in the garage the entire time, and it strikes when Leigh takes up her position at the door controls.

Christine crashes through Darnell's office in an attempt to get at Leigh. Arnie — who has been driving the car himself — is thrown through the windshield and impaled on a shard of glass, which kills him.

Dennis and Leigh attack Christine with the bulldozer, but the car continually repairs itself and strikes back.

The battle continues until they repeatedly drive back and forth over the car, damaging Christine so much that it is unable to immediately regenerate.

The next day, Dennis, Leigh and Junkins watch as Christine's remains are compacted by a car crusher in a junkyard and dropped on the ground as a solid block.

Junkins praises Dennis and Leigh for defeating the demonic vehicle, despite them mourning the loss of Arnie and their inability to save him. As the camera zooms in slowly on the remains, a portion of the front grill begins to twitch.

Through producing the miniseries, Kobritz became acquainted with King, who sent him manuscripts of two of his novels, Cujo , and Christine.

Kobritz's first choice for director was John Carpenter, who was initially unavailable due to two projects: an adaptation of another King novel, Firestarter , and an adaptation of the Eric Van Lustbader novel The Ninja.

However, production delays on these projects allowed Carpenter to accept the director position for Christine. Carpenter was also joined by special effects supervisor Roy Arbogast, who had previously worked with Carpenter in The Thing But it was something I needed to do at that time for my career.

King's novel, the source material for Carpenter's film, made it clear that the car was possessed by the evil spirit of its previous owner, Roland D.

LeBay, whereas the film version of the story shows that the evil spirit of the car manifested itself on the day it was built. Kevin Bacon auditioned for the role, but opted out when offered a part in Footloose Nineteen-year-old Alexandra Paul was cast in the film after audition in New York City; according to Carpenter, Paul was an "untrained, young actress" at the time, but brought a "great quality" about the character of Leigh.

Christine was shot largely in Los Angeles, California , while the location for Darnell's garage was located in Santa Clarita.

The film's stunts were primarily completed by stunt coordinator Terry Leonard, who was behind the wheel of the car during the high-speed chase scenes, as well as the scene in which the car drives down a highway engulfed in flames.

Alexandra Paul's identical twin sister Caroline Paul wrote that she and her sister pulled a prank during filming, sending Caroline on set in place of Alexandra without telling Carpenter that they had made the switch until after he had shot a scene.

She wrote, "My highly skilled clutch-pushing actually made it into the movie. Although the car in the film is identified as a Plymouth Fury [11] — and in radio ads promoting the film, voiceover artists announced, "she's a '57 Fury" — two other Plymouth models, the Belvedere and the Savoy , were also used to portray the malevolent automobile onscreen.

John Carpenter placed ads throughout Southern California searching for models of the car, and was able to purchase twenty-four of them in various states of disrepair, which were used to build a total of seventeen copies of the film car.

Total production for the Plymouth Fury was only 5,, and they were difficult to find and expensive to buy at the time. In addition, the real-life Furys only came in one color, "Sandstone White" with a "Buckskin Beige" interior, seen on the other Furys on the assembly line during the initial scenes of the movie, though the car in King's novel was ordered with a red-and-white custom paint job.

In order to bypass the problem of obtaining the rare trim, the cars featured the more common Belvedere "Dartline" trim. Several vehicles were destroyed during filming, but most of the cars were Savoy and Belvedere models dressed to look like the Fury.

At least one '57 Savoy was used, its front end modified to look like a ' Some of King's details about the car were incorrect in the novel.

The Plymouth Fury was only available as a two-door coupe, while the book described it as a four-door sedan, which would have made it a Savoy or Belvedere model.

During Leigh's choking scene, Christine is shown to have common vertical lock "buttons" on the inside door panels. Chrysler vehicles of this era were not equipped with such buttons.

To lock the door, the door handle has to be pushed downward. King also mentions a shift lever for the automatic transmission, but in real life it had push-button controls.

Originally, Carpenter had not planned to film the car's regeneration scenes, but gave special effects supervisor Roy Arbogast three weeks to devise a way for the car to rebuild itself.

Arbogast and his team made rubber molds from one of the cars, including a whole front end. One of the cars was stripped of its engine to accommodate internally-mounted hydraulics that pulled the framework inward, crumpling the car, with the shot then run backwards in the final film.

Of the twenty-three cars used in the film, the best known surviving vehicle was rescued from a junkyard and restored by collector Bill Gibson of Pensacola, Florida.

Christine was released in North America on December 9, , to 1, theaters. The film dropped The consensus reads: "The cracks are starting to show in John Carpenter's directorial instincts, but Christine is nonetheless silly, zippy fun.

Roger Ebert gave the movie three out of four stars, saying: "by the end of the movie, Christine has developed such a formidable personality that we are actually taking sides during its duel with a bulldozer.

This is the kind of movie where you walk out with a silly grin, get in your car, and lay rubber halfway down the Eisenhower.

Unfortunately, the later part of the film is slow in developing, and it unfolds in predictable ways. Two soundtracks were released, one consisting purely of the music written and composed by John Carpenter and Alan Howarth , the other consisting of the contemporary pop songs used in the film.

The soundtrack album containing songs used in the film was entitled Christine: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and was released on LP and cassette on Motown Records.

The track listing was as follows:. The following tracks were not included on this LP release, but were used in the film and listed in the film's credits:.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Richard Kobritz Larry J. John Carpenter Alan Howarth. Release date.

Running time. Main article: Christine soundtrack. Electronic film score. The Films of John Carpenter. Box Office Mojo. Retrieved October 22, Static Mass Emporium.

Retrieved September 27, Christine: Ignition. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. January

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