[GFS] Possibly interesting
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Im not sure if this is interesting or not to anyone in this group-- 
due to the fact we are based around 56-57-58 Plymouths, but here it 
goes.  Reccently I was watching previews of a Stephen King movie 
coming on USA called "Riding the Bullet".  In the previews I saw a 
older car, that was red and white, chasing people.  Instantly you 
know who I thought of.  This kind of intrigued me because of the 
fact Stephen King always some how adds Christine into his 
books/movies.  To give you some examples-- she was in "Cat's Eye" 
almost running over the cat and dog running into the street; She was 
in the book of "IT" picking up Henry (i think thats his name) and 
giving him a ride (dead person driving). I also heard stories about 
her being in "Misery" either book or movie-- not sure.  So I wanted 
to watch this movie badly to see how King worked CHristine into this 
one.  Come to find out this isnt CHristine in the movie.  It was her 
Great grandaughter-- a red and white 1960 Plymouth Belvedere.  So 
since what Carpenter did to 58 Plymouths in Christine-- King 
probably was trying to play it smart and keeping it in the 
family ;).  But still-- in this movie-- one car was smached and 
blown up.  I'll try to post a picture so you guys can see.  

Chat at ya lata,

Doug (CQB-241)





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