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fedatanko       The Shining 3-12-2018 11:47 AM
Hoboken NJ / Stanley Hotel
The photographer's name was Christine Cherelle

The City Of Hoboken New Jersey an later at The Stanley Hotel

And Then:

Director: Stanley Kubrick

Writers: Stephen King, Stanley Kubrick, Diane Johnson

Stars: Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, Danny Lloyd |
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Awards: 3 wins & 7 nominations. |
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Reviews: 1,427 User |
289 Critic

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Cast verified as complete

Jack Nicholson Jack Nicholson ...
Jack Torrance

Shelley Duvall Shelley Duvall ...
Wendy Torrance

Danny Lloyd Danny Lloyd ...

Scatman Crothers Scatman Crothers ...

Barry Nelson Barry Nelson ...

Philip Stone Philip Stone ...

Joe Turkel Joe Turkel ...

Anne Jackson Anne Jackson ...

Tony Burton Tony Burton ...

Lia Beldam Lia Beldam ...
Young Woman in Bath

Billie Gibson Billie Gibson ...
Old Woman in Bath

Barry Dennen Barry Dennen ...

David Baxt David Baxt ...
Forest Ranger 1

Manning Redwood Manning Redwood ...
Forest Ranger 2

Lisa Burns Lisa Burns ...
Grady Daughter

Louise Burns Louise Burns ...
Grady Daughter

Robin Pappas Robin Pappas ...

Alison Coleridge Alison Coleridge ...

Burnell Tucker Burnell Tucker ...

Jana Shelden Jana Shelden ...

Kate Phelps Kate Phelps ...

Norman Gay Norman Gay ...
Injured Guest

Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Desbois Paul Desbois ...
Hotel Porter (uncredited)

Vivian Kubrick Vivian Kubrick ...
Smoking Guest on Ballroom Couch (uncredited)

Aileen Lewis Aileen Lewis ...
Woman in Hotel Lobby (uncredited)

Bertha Lynn Bertha Lynn ...
TV Newscaster (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Derek Lyons Derek Lyons ...
Hotel Bellhop (uncredited)

Cathy Munroe Cathy Munroe ...
Hotel Worker (uncredited)

Chris Parsons Chris Parsons ...
Dinner Guest (uncredited)

Glenn Rinker Glenn Rinker ...
TV Anchorman Glenn Rinker (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by
Stanley Kubrick

Written by (WGA)
Stephen King ... (novel)

Stanley Kubrick ... (screenplay) &
Diane Johnson ... (screenplay)

Produced by
Robert Fryer ... associate producer: The Producer Circle Organization
Jan Harlan ... executive producer
Mary Lea Johnson ... associate producer: The Producer Circle Organization
Stanley Kubrick ... producer
Martin Richards ... associate producer: The Producer Circle Organization

Music by
Wendy Carlos
Rachel Elkind

Cinematography by
John Alcott ... (photographed by)

Film Editing by
Ray Lovejoy

Editorial Department
Eddie Gordon ... color grader
Steve Pickard ... second assistant editor
Gill Smith ... assistant editor
Gordon Stainforth ... assistant editor
Adam Unger ... second assistant editor
George Akers ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By
James Liggat

Production Design by
Roy Walker

Art Direction by
Leslie Tomkins ... (as Les Tomkins)

Costume Design by
Milena Canonero

Makeup Department
Barbara Daly ... makeup artist
Leonard ... hair stylist
Tom Smith ... makeup artist

Production Management
Douglas Twiddy ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian W. Cook ... assistant director (as Brian Cook)
Terry Needham ... assistant director
Michael Stevenson ... assistant director

Art Department
Barry Arnold ... property man
Michael Boone ... draughtsman
Karen Brookes ... property buyer
Tessa Davies ... set dresser
John Fenner ... draughtsman
Len Furey ... construction manager (as Len Fury)
Fred Gunning ... head carpenter
Peter Hancock ... property master
Michael Lamont ... draughtsman
Philip McDonald ... property man
Edward Rodrigo ... property buyer
Del Smith ... head painter
Peter Spencer ... property man
Thomas Tarry ... master plasterer (as Tom Tarry)
Bob Walker ... decor artist (as Robert Walker)
Barry Wilson ... drapes
Saul Bass ... poster designer (uncredited)
Norman Dorme ... additional art director (uncredited)
Vivian Kubrick ... art department (uncredited)
Miguel Sá Fernandes ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department
Michael Charman ... boom operator
Richard Daniel ... sound recordist
Dino Di Campo ... sound editor
Jack T. Knight ... sound editor (as Jack Knight)
Ray Merrin ... dubbing mixer
Bill Rowe ... dubbing mixer
Winston Ryder ... sound editor (as Wyn Ryder)
Ivan Sharrock ... sound recordist
Ken Weston ... boom operator
Rodney Glenn ... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Robert Gravenor ... adr mixer (uncredited)
Lionel Strutt ... foley mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by
Malcolm Mott ... special effects assistant (uncredited)

Jack Cooper ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department
Maurice Arnold ... focus puller
Lou Bogue ... gaffer
Garrett Brown ... Steadicam operator
James Devis ... camera operator
Dan Grimmel ... video operator
Jim Kelly ... head rigger
Martin Kenzie ... assistant camera
Dennis Lewis ... grip
Douglas Milsome ... focus puller / photographer: second unit
Kelvin Pike ... camera operator
Peter Robinson ... assistant camera
Danny Shelmerdine ... assistant camera
Larry Smith ... gaffer
Ray Andrew ... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
Ted Churchill ... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
John Fenner ... lighting technician (uncredited)
Paul Kenward ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Greg MacGillivray ... helicopter photographer (uncredited)
Jimmy Worley ... electrician (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ron Beck ... wardrobe supervisor
Ken Lawton ... wardrobe supervisor
Veronica McAuliffe ... wardrobe assistant (uncredited)

Location Management
Murray Close ... location researcher
Katharina Kubrick ... location researcher
Jan Schlubach ... location researcher

Music Department
Brian Rust ... music advisor: 20's music
John Wadley ... music advisor: 20's music
Jorge Calandrelli ... orchestrator (uncredited)
William Lava ... composer: stock music (uncredited)

Other crew
Margaret Adams ... secretary to producer
Marlene Butland ... production secretary
Emilio D'Alessandro ... production assistant
Andros Epaminondas ... assistant to producer
Jo Gregory ... production accountant
Tad Michel ... hotel consultant
Pat Pennelegion ... production secretary
June Randall ... continuity
Leon Vitali ... personal assistant to director
Paul Cadiou ... assistant production accountant (uncredited)
Anthony Frewin ... assistant: Stanley Kubrick (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

Production Companies
Edit Warner Bros. (presents)
Hawk Films (made by)
Producers Circle (in association with)

Edit Warner Bros. (1980) (United States) (theatrical)
PIC Distribuzione (1980) (Italy) (theatrical) (as PIC)
Warner Bros. (1980) (Japan) (theatrical)
Warner-Columbia Film (1980) (France) (theatrical)
Warner-Columbia Film (1980) (Sweden) (theatrical)
Warner-Columbia Films (1980) (Argentina) (theatrical)
Warner-Columbia Filmverleih (1980) (Germany) (theatrical)
Columbia-EMI-Warner (1980) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
Home Box Office (HBO) (1981) (United States) (tv) (first-run)
American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1983) (United States) (tv)
Warner Home Video (1986) (Japan) (VHS)
Warner Home Video (1986) (United States) (VHS) (pan and scan)
Warner Home Video (1990) (United States) (VHS)
Warner Home Video (1996) (United States) (video) (laserdisc)
Warner Home Video (2000) (United States) (DVD)
Argentina Video Home (2001) (Argentina) (DVD)
Warner Home Video (2001) (United States) (DVD)
Warner Home Video (2007) (Sweden) (DVD)
Warner Home Video (2007) (Sweden) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
Warner Home Video (2007) (United States) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
Argentina Video Home (2010) (Argentina) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
Fathom Events (2016) (United States) (theatrical) (re-release)
Seven Films (2017) (Greece) (theatrical) (re-release)
Victor Michailides (1980) (Greece) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. (1980) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
Warner-Columbia Films (1980) (Finland) (theatrical)
Argentina Video Home (Argentina) (VHS)
Audio Visual Enterprises (1987) (Greece) (video)
MTV3 (1997) (Finland) (tv)
Most Video (2002) (Russia) (VHS)
Most Video (Russia) (DVD)
Prem'er Video Fil'm (2004) (Russia) (VHS)
RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video (United States) (VHS)
SBS9 (2016) (Netherlands) (tv)
Sandrew Metronome Distribution (2001) (Finland) (DVD) (1-disc edition)
Scanvideo (1980) (Finland) (VHS)
Veronica (2016) (Netherlands) (tv)
Warner Bros. Entertainment Finland (2006) (Finland) (DVD) (6-disc Kubrick Prestige Collection)
Warner Bros. Entertainment Finland (2007) (Finland) (DVD) (2-disc edition) (also Blu-ray) (also HD DVD)
Warner Home Video (2001) (Germany) (DVD)
Warner Home Video (2007) (Germany) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
Warner Home Video (Finland) (VHS)
Warner Home Vídeo (Brazil) (DVD)
Warner Home Vídeo (Brazil) (VHS)
Yleisradio (YLE) (1993) (Finland) (tv)

Special Effects

Other Companies
Edit American Motors Co. (with special acknowledgement to)
Carl Zeiss (with special acknowledgement to)
Chapman Beauvais (titles)
Cherry Leisure (with special acknowledgement to)
Colorado Motion Picture and Television Advisory Commission (with special acknowledgement to)
Continental Airlines (with special acknowledgement to)
Dolby Laboratories (sound post-production)
Elstree Film & Television Studios (movie studio)
Harrods of London (with special acknowledgement to)
JVC (with special acknowledgement to)
KBTV (with special acknowledgement to)
KHOW (with special acknowledgement to)
MacGillivray Freeman Films (helicopter photography)
MacGillivray Freeman Films (second unit photography)
Montana Film Office (special thanks)
Music Hire Group (with special acknowledgement to)
National Screen Service (titles)
National Vendors (with special acknowledgement to)
Norank Engineering Ltd. (engineering)
Post Logic Studios (digital film mastering)
Timberline Lodge (with special acknowledgement to)
WPLG (with special acknowledgement to)

Plot Summary
Signing a contract, Jack Torrance, a normal writer and former teacher agrees to take care of a hotel which has a long, violent past that puts everyone in the hotel in a nervous situation. While Jack slowly gets more violent and angry of his life, his son, Danny, tries to use a special talent, the "Shining", to inform the people outside about whatever that is going on in the hotel. Written by J. S. Golden
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Plot Synopsis

Plot Keywords 1980s |
blockbuster |
female-nudity |
slow-motion-scene |
cult-film |
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Taglines Iconic terror from the No 1 bestselling writer. See more »
Genres Drama |

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Certification Argentina:18 |
Argentina:13 |
Australia:M |
Australia:MA |
Brazil:14 |
Canada:14A (Alberta) |
Canada:18A (British Columbia) |
Canada:R (Manitoba/Ontario) |
Canada:R (Nova Scotia) |
Canada:18+ (Quebec) |
Canada:14A (Manitoba/Ontario) |
Canada:13+ (Quebec) |
Chile:18 |
Denmark:15 |
Denmark:15 (DVD rating) |
Denmark:16 (video rating) |
Finland:K-16 |
Finland:K-18 |
France:12 |
Germany:16 |
Greece:K-17 |
Hong Kong:III |
Hungary:18 |
Iceland:16 |
India:A |
Ireland:18 (video) |
Ireland:15 (video) |
Ireland:16 |
Italy:VM14 |
Japan:R-15 |
Malaysia:U |
Netherlands:16 |
New Zealand:R16 |
Norway:18 |
Philippines:X |
Portugal:M/16 |
Russia:18+ |
Singapore:M18 |
South Korea:(Banned) |
South Korea:18 (DVD rating) |
Spain:13 |
Sweden:15 |
United Kingdom:15 |
United Kingdom:18 (video rating) |
United Kingdom:X (theatrical rating) |
United States:R |
West Germany:16

Additional Details
Also Known As Shining (France) |
Shining (Germany) |
La resplendor (Spain, Catalan title) |
El resplandor (Spain) |
The Shining - hohto (Finland) |
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Runtime 146 min

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Country United Kingdom |
United States

Language English

Color Color

Aspect Ratio 1.37 : 1 (negative ratio) |
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Sound Mix Mono

Filming Locations Timberline Lodge, Mount Hood, Oregon, USA |
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Box Office

Budget $19,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $17,469,946

Did You Know?
Trivia Because Danny Lloyd was so young, and since it was his first acting job, Stanley Kubrick was highly protective of the child. During the shooting of the movie, Lloyd was under the impression that the film he was making was a drama, not a horror movie. In fact, when Wendy carries Danny away while shouting at Jack in the Colorado Lounge, she is actually carrying a life-size dummy, so Lloyd would not have to be in the scene. He only realized the truth several years later, when he was shown a heavily edited version of the film. He did not see the uncut version of the film until he was seventeen, eleven years after he had made it. See more »
Goofs When Wendy hits Jack over the head with the baseball bat on the staircase, the bat flexes, revealing it to be made of rubber. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Hai-Kubrick (1999). See more »
Soundtracks The Shining (Main Title) See more »
Crazy Credits The party music plays over the closing credits. After it ends, we hear the Overlook Hotel ghosts applaud. They then talk amongst themselves until their voices fade away. See more »
Quotes Jack Torrance: Here's Johnny!

John T. Chambers       and then heres johnny 7-3-2018 6:31 PM
KELLY STAR 4-22-2019 3:48 PM
the hall in the hotel reminds of the hall in the shining just need two little girls
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