Stephen King's triple feature The stand ; The langoliers ; Golden years.
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SummaryThe stand: The U.S. government denies that there's a problem when the horrifying deaths begin, but within a few days, only one percent of the world's population is left alive after a deadly virus escapes from a California research lab. The shattered remnants of humanity face the end of civilization and the beginning of the ultimate battle between good and evil.
The Langoliers: On a flight from LA to Boston 10 passengers awake from a nap to find that all the other passengers have vanished ... and the ground below them is only ... ground. Once they land the situation doesn't improve. No one is there ... the air is still ... the clocks have stopped ... and a dread, evil presence bent on their destruction is headed straight for them.
Golden years: After being exposed to exotic chemicals in a lab explosion, a janitor, his wife and the lab's secretary chief go on the run to avoid government officials who will do anything and stop at nothing to find out more about the extraordinary changes the chemicals cause.
ContentsThe stand / Greengrass Productions ; a Laurel production ; produced by Mitchell Galin ; teleplay by Stephen King ; directed by Mick Garris (1994 ; 359 min.)
The Langoliers / a Laurel production ; CBS Paramount Television ; produced by David Kappes ; teleplay and directed by Tom Holland (1995 ; 179 min.)
Golden years / a Laurel production ; a unit of Spelling Entertainment Inc. ; created by Stephen King ; producers, Mitchell Galin, Peter McIntosh ; ep. 1-5 written by Stephen King ; ep. 6-7 teleplay by Josef Anderson ; directed by Kenneth Fink (ep. 1), Allen Coulter (ep. 2,4 and 6), Michael G. Gornick (ep. 3, 7), Stephen Tolkin (ep. 5) (1991 ; 236 min.)
Hijacking of aircraft
End of the world -- Drama.
Good and evil -- Drama.
Chemical laboratories -- Drama.
Rejuvenation -- Drama.
Horror television programs.
Science fiction films.
Science fiction television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
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|Other Titles|| Stand.
Holland, Tom, 1943- screenwriter, film director.
Wettig, Patricia, actor.
Stockwell, Dean, 1938- actor.
Pinchot, Bronson, actor.
Garris, Mick, film producer.
Sinise, Gary, actor.
Ringwald, Molly, actor.
Walston, Ray, 1917-2001, actor.
Lowe, Rob, actor.
Galin, Mitchell, film producer.
McIntosh, Peter R., film producer.
Szarabajka, Keith, actor.
Sternhagen, Frances, 1930- actor.
Huffman, Felicity, 1962- actor.
King, Stephen, 1947- Langoliers.
King, Stephen, 1947- Stand.
King, Stephen, 1947- Golden years.
Laurel (Firm), production company.
Spelling Entertainment Inc., presenter.
CBS DVD (Firm), presenter.
Paramount Home Entertainment (Firm), publisher.
The stand: Gary Sinise, Molly Ringwald, Jamey Sheridan, Laura San Giacomo, Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis, Miguel Ferrer, Corin Nemec, Matt Frewer, Adam Storke, Ray Walston, Rob Lowe.
The Langoliers: Patricia Wettig, Dean Stockwell, David Morse, Mark Lindsay Chapman, Frankie Faison, Baxter Harris, Kimber Riddle, Christopher Collet, Kate Maberly, Bronson Pinchot.
Golden years: Keith Szarabajka, Felicity Huffman, Frances Sternhagen, R.D. Call, Ed Lauter, Bill Raymond.
English, Spanish, and Portuguese tracks and subtitles
Title from container.
The Langoliers based on the novella from "Four past midnight" by Stephen King; The stand based on the novel by Stephen King
DVD; NTSC, region 1; Dolby digital, surround.
5 videodiscs (774 min) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.