It tells the story of a possessed, red 1958 Plymouth Fury (although ALL Furys came in Buckskin Beige, an off-white color) that seems to take hold of its new owner.
Bad things happen.
One of the characters – Dennis, a friend of Christine’s owner – drove a blue Charger.
What make and model was the car Christine?
Although the car in the film is identified as a 1958 Plymouth Fury—and in 1983 radio ads promoting the film, voiceover artists announced, “she’s a ’57 Fury”—two other Plymouth models, the Belvedere and the Savoy, were also used to portray the malevolent automobile onscreen.
How many furies were used in Christine?
Christine is said to be a 1958 Plymouth Fury, but a combination of ’57 and ’58 models were used in the film. 7. There were 14 Furies smashed in the making of the movie. Furies are very rare and are now collector’s items and Plymouth enthusiasts were infuriated that so many were destroyed.
Why did Christine kill Darnell?
It’s Roland LeBay who made Christine evil, his love for Christine overriding even his love for his wife and daughter, both of whom died in the car. Thus, Roland’s evil spirit became one with Christine. In both the movie and the book, Christine could drive herself and repair any damage so long as she was kept moving.
Photo in the article by “Moon Stars and Paper”