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Snuffy Walden Kamera Edward J. Bill Starkey Cameo Ray McKinnon : Charlie D. Campion Troy Evans : Sheriff Johnny Baker The Stand ist ein vierteiliger Fernsehfilm aus dem Jahr basierend auf dem Roman The Stand — Das letzte Gefecht von Stephen King.
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Navigationsmenü Meine Werkzeuge Nicht angemeldet Diskussionsseite Beiträge Benutzerkonto erstellen Anmelden. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Ace-High 2 episodes, Dan Martin Rich Moffat 2 episodes, Max Wright Herbert Denninger 2 episodes, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Monster Shouter 2 episodes, Kevin Doyle Sarge 2 episodes, Richard Jewkes Dick Ellis 2 episodes, Robert Knott Edit Storyline When a government-run lab accidentally lets loose a deadly virus, most of the population of the world is wiped out.
Taglines: The end of the world is just the beginning. Edit Did You Know? Trivia John Bloom was very enthusiastic about his cameo because he wanted to meet Gary Sinise.
Sinise's father, Robert L. Sinise , had edited Herschell Gordon Lewis 's Blood Feast , one of the drive-in guru's favorite films.
Goofs Larry tells his mother that his album isn't on the Hot yet. The Billboard Hot is a song chart; the album chart is the Top Quotes Mother Abigail : Mayhap!
Alternate Versions The version most widely seen now on DVD and Blu-ray differs from the original TV broadcast and Worldvision home video release.
Among numerous small changes to credits and transitions for instance removing many of the fades to black for commercial , it also restores explicit footage to two scenes and adds a third altogether.
The death of the Free Zone spy in Randall Flagg's office is more graphic, with Flagg picking up and tossing away the bloodied body; the original version instead cut to the lobby downstairs, where people look up uneasily upon hearing Flagg roar.
Nadine and Flagg's "wedding night" is longer, with more reaction shots of Nadine and additional shots of Flagg unzipping his pants and positioning himself.
A short scene has been added in which Flagg drives back to Las Vegas the next morning, with Nadine in the passenger seat.
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Or will there ever be one? Q: What is "Captain Trips"? Edit Details Country: USA. Language: English. Production Co: Greengrass Productions , Laurel Entertainment Inc.
Runtime: min min edited TV cut. Sound Mix: Stereo. Color: Color. Edit page. Add episode. Clear your history. However, Stu has contracted the flu.
In a dream, Nick comes to Tom and tells him which medicine to give Stu. Stu recovers from the infection, and the two of them return to Boulder.
Stu finds that Frannie has given birth to a daughter. The baby, whom she has named Abagail, is healthy and immune to the superflu.
Lucy reveals that she is pregnant with Larry's child. Assured that the immune survivors can safely reproduce, the inhabitants of Boulder set to work rebuilding the world.
King and George A. Romero 's first conversations with each other were about the development of an adaptation of 'Salem's Lot in the late s; although Romero wouldn't be involved in Salem's Lot , he did express interest in adapting The Stand during these discussions.
Due to the epic style of the novel demanding a huge budget, King and Romero's primary concern was possibly having to deal with financing from major studios , which would likely have meant losing a lot of artistic control  or worsening studio reputation if the film was a box office bomb.
At the same time, Laurel Entertainment 's Richard P. Rubinstein was also obsessed with trying to produce a film of The Stand since the book was published in , and it became Laurel's pet project throughout the adaptation's development as a theatrical production.
Warner Bros. As of September , King had completed two drafts of The Stand. Dario Argento stated in a interview that he was once approached to direct a film version of The Stand but rejected the offer due to a lack of interest in working on adaptations.
King completed the final draft circa Hollywood significantly increased their interest in screen adaptations of King's work after the box office success of Pet Sematary , and many were being pitched in studios following the film's release; one of these was an adaptation of The Stand , which was reported in a January Cinefantastique article to be "the most anticipated" developing King project.
King wrote a page screenplay and then made five attempts to condense it into a page script. In June ,  King figured that a miniseries was a way to present most of the novel's contents without having to deal with the other broadcast standards and practices regular television shows face.
Worried about not disappointing fans, King took six months just to write one draft, "and then there were two more. While ABC and Rubinstein suggested Brian De Palma to direct The Stand , King chose Mick Garris after viewing his work for Psycho IV: The Beginning and the film version of King's Sleepwalkers.
Despite the script's plus speaking roles,  casting for The Stand was very easy except for one character: Randall Flagg.
As King explained, "when he came into readings, he said, 'Flagg is really a funny guy, isn't he? Moses Gunn had originally been cast as Judge Farris, but shortly after filming had commenced his health declined, and he died shortly after that.
Ossie Davis , who was present at the filming because his wife, Ruby Dee , was playing Mother Abagail, took over the role of Judge Farris. Adam Storke ended up with the role of Underwood, where his musical skills were an asset.
Bates's character, Rae Flowers, was originally a man Ray Flowers , but when Bates became available, King — who wanted her to play the part — rewrote the role as a woman.
King played Teddy Weizak, the first character he played that was intelligent and not a typecast "country asshole.
Despite the large scale of The Stand , ABC didn't cover all of its production costs and Laurel "lost its shirt" when it came to budgeting; the network expected Laurel to profit from worldwide distribution and home media sales, as it was owned by Blockbuster Video and the miniseries would get a worldwide distribution from one of the company's subsidiaries, Worldvision Enterprises.
The shooting of The Stand , which lasted for six months,  took on a style of guerrilla filmmaking , where it was shot on a 16mm film camera; filming took place in at least two different locations each day, "places I hadn't seen until we began shooting there," Garris explained;  and the effects artists had to do their job at a lower-than-usual price.
Caligari , where "none of the lines were straight up and down" and "unreal colors" were used. Filming began in Salt Lake City in February for what was originally the parts of the novel that took place in Boulder, Colorado.
For filming the gas station scene, they had to deal with freezing cold rain. The jail sequences were shot for three days at the sex offender wing of the Utah State Prison.
The miniseries was then shot in Las Vegas following the Utah shoots. I just wanted to do the best possible job I could because I really wanted to do justice to the material.
And I wanted to make Stephen [King] happy because he's made me so happy with all of his work. So we just kicked ass on this job. We did everything we could to make certain that every aspect of everything we touched was perfect.
And I have to say that it's probably one of the cleanest shows that's ever come out of the shop for that reason.
While many effects companies were interested in working on The Stand , Garris chose a colleague he knew for a very long time but never worked on a project with: Steve Johnson.
Johnson's team XFX did Abagail's age makeup, Flagg's demonic heads, the Trashcan Man's burn make-up, 60 dummies of the dead bodies, and facial hair controlled with electrostatics.
To work with Sheridan's clean-cut look in working on Randall Flagg's normal make-up, Johnson came up with the idea of adding a longer hair wig for a more abrasive look.
The source material's religious elements were referred to when designing Flagg's demon incarnations. For the scarecrow form, Johnson was initially skeptical to create one due to the idea of it being "kind of silly" and attempted to persuade Garris not to include it.