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The Shining
Shining (1997)
Credits
Title: The Shining
Directed by: Mick Garris
Written by: Stephen King
Produced by: Mark Carliner; Elliot Friedgen; Laura Gibson; Stephen King
Music by: Nicholas Pike
Cinematography: Shelly Johnson
Edited by: Patrick McMahon
Production
Distributed by: Lakeside Productions
Warner Bros. Television
Released: April 27th-May 1st, 1997
Rating: Unrated
Running time: 90 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
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The Shining is an American television miniseries of the supernatural thriller and horror genres. Also known as Stephen King's The Shining, it is an adaptation of Stephen King's 1977 novel, also called The Shining. It could be argued that the miniseries is also a remake of the first feature film adaptation of King's story, the popular 1980 movie, The Shining, directed by Stanley Kubrick. However, King drew upon his own work when writing the screenplay for this film and holds little connection to the Kubrick film other than the basic premise and character names. The miniseries was directed by Mick Garris and first aired on ABC in three installments on April 27th-May 1st, 1997. It was produced by Lakeside Productions and Warner Bros. Television. The film stars Steven Weber as Jack Torrance, Rebecca De Mornay as his wife, Wendy Torrance and Courtland Mead as their son, Danny Torrance.

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  • Actor Miguel Ferrer is uncredited for his participation in this miniseries.
  • Actor Christopher Loucks, who is primarily a cameraman, is uncredited for his participation in this miniseries.

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