Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Lucky Pierre, Mar 28, 2015.
oldness is a disease that we all get. I see some people from high school and Im like "damn, they look old" but I don't look that great either!
It's about damn time someone made this thread.
What a plymouth fury
I did like that movie
The movie was great, but the book was 10 times better, just like all Stephen King movies.
Kelly Preston doesn't look bad at all.
John, on the other hand, actually looks like plastic.
This and Cujo scared the shit out of me when I saw these films.
Roberts Blossom (George LeBay)
watched at least 25+ times
Harry Dean Stanton
There were 24 cars purchased for the movie ranging from 1956 to 1958, some were Plymouth Belvederes and Furys and Savoys. Actually the "Fury" was a two door high performance trim package version of the Belvedere. All were hard tops painted buckskin beige, with gold trim. The big "V" on the grille meant it had a high performance V-8. There were only two engines available, a 318 dual quad (290hp.) and the new "B" engine the 350 dual quad (305hp.) Dodge used the same engine, but only in a single four barrel. At the auto factory Christine has a 350 dual quad, notice the front distributor as the hood slams shut on the guys hand, and later when it gets vandalized at Darnell's. They used various engines for the stunt cars like 383's, and 440's. Christine had a Torqueflight automatic with the push button controls, but some demo cars had three on the tree. Only two cars remained intact and were sold! They still exist today. The windows on demo's were painted black to conceal the driver and to add mystery of who's driving, if there was a driver.... King chose the Fury for the book because it was an oddball muscle car, that had a cool, but evil look.
Cougar held up the best. Love threads like this.
kelly preston will always be a piece of ass
Goddamn! He should really shy away from closeups. But no hate here - Harry Dean is the coolest.
Will always remember that car horn beep-beepbeep-beeeep!
I saw a movie where in the opening he was credited as Harry Dean and Stanton.