Delbert Grady: Your son has a very great talent. I don’t think you are aware how great it is. That he is attempting to use that very talent against your will.
Jack Torrance: He is a very willful boy.
Delbert Grady: Indeed he is, Mr. Torrance. A very willful boy. A rather naughty boy, if I may be so bold, sir.
Jack Torrance: It’s his mother. She, uh, interferes.
Delbert Grady: Perhaps they need a good talking to, if you don’t mind my saying so. Perhaps a bit more. My girls, sir, they didn’t care for the Overlook at first. One of them actually stole a pack of matches, and tried to burn it down. But I “corrected” them sir. And when my wife tried to prevent me from doing my duty, I “corrected” her.
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Question: What future sitcom star played the young CC in Beaches?
Last Question: In The Shining, Jack Torrance’s novel consisted of what repeated sentence?
Answer: “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”
There was just something special about the early 80’s horror movies. We had The Shining, the original Friday the 13th before it got silly, The Fog, and The Thing.
Here are a couple of cool scenes from The Shining: