What is the story behind Christine the car?

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What is the story behind Christine the car?

Origins. Nobody knows exactly where Christine came from or how she became sentient; in the movie, it is suggested that Christine was bad from the start because she crushes a man’s hand with her hood and kills another man after he drops a cigar ash on her seat, all while she was being built.

How did they make Christine fix itself?

The illusion of Christine regenerating herself was created using hydraulic pumps inside the car that were attached to the sides of a plastic-paneled body double. The pumps sucked in the sides to create the damaged version of the car, and then the film was reversed, making it appear like the car was fixing itself.

Where is the actual Christine car?

Today the car is in pieces after another church group decided a demon was living it back in 2010. The group stole the car, chopped it up, and distributed it to various junkyards, but Wendy Allen’s internet cries for help were heard, and most of the parts were found and returned.

What is the story behind Christine?

Christine is a horror novel by American writer Stephen King, published in 1983. It tells the story of a car (a 1958 Plymouth Fury) apparently possessed by malevolent supernatural forces.

Why is Christine haunted?

In the book, it is suggested that she may be possessed by the ghosts of Roland LeBay’s family; his daughter choked in the backseat (later information reveals that LeBay deliberately left his daughter in the back seat of the car, speculated by Dennis to be him attempting to sacrifice his daughter to Christine), and his …

What color was Christine?

You’ll recall that in the movie Christine was the only red car on the assembly line. That’s because the ’58 Fury was available in only one color combination, Buckskin Beige with Gold trim. In the movie it was explained that Christine was a special order.

How much did the car from the movie Christine sell for?

In the story, Christine was a jealous and murderous car who ultimately met her end in a car crusher. This example was used in close up shots and was ultimately raffled by the filmmakers to publicize the film’s release. The car led the sale at $275,000.

How did the book Christine end?

Leigh gets badly injured and Dennis re-injures his legs. But they do manage to smash up Christine and think that that’s the end of it. At the hospital while they recover from their injuries they learn that while they were smashing up Christine, Arnie and his mother were killed in a car accident across town.

What is Christine’s backstory?

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How many cars were destroyed in the movie Christine?

There were between 13 and 16 (depending on source) Belvederes/Furys smashed in the making of the movie (out of the roughly 25 used), but it is unknown whether they were 1957 or 1958 models, or a combination.

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