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Stanley Kubrick sits on the stairs of The Shining’s massive Colorado Lounge set with Assistant Director Brian Cook, Focus Puller Douglas Milsome, and Camera Operator Kelvin Pike.  A diagonal dolly track behind them is rigged to roll the camera up the stairs, presumably to shoot the scene where Jack backs Wendy up the staircase as she swings at him with the bat. Kubrick shot coverage from this setup, but the only bit of film shot from this vantage point that remains in the finished movie is

Stanley Kubrick sits on the stairs of The Shining’s massive Colorado Lounge set with Assistant Director Brian Cook, Focus Puller Douglas Milsome, and Camera Operator Kelvin Pike. A diagonal dolly track behind them is rigged to roll the camera up the stairs, presumably to shoot the scene where Jack backs Wendy up the staircase as she swings at him with the bat. Kubrick shot coverage from this setup, but the only bit of film shot from this vantage point that remains in the finished movie is

Film Editor Ray Lovejoy, left, sits next to Stanley Kubrick’s longtime personal assistant Emilio D’Alessandro on the The Shining’s Colorado Lounge set.  Lovejoy, who had previously edited for Kubrick on 2001: A Space Odyssey, was unable to complete his editing duties on The Shining due to a hand injury. Second Assistant Editor Gordon Stainforth stepped in and finished editing the film with Kubrick.  On the table in front of them sits the Overlook Hotel scrapbook, a prop which, although it…

Film Editor Ray Lovejoy, left, sits next to Stanley Kubrick’s longtime personal assistant Emilio D’Alessandro on the The Shining’s Colorado Lounge set. Lovejoy, who had previously edited for Kubrick on 2001: A Space Odyssey, was unable to complete his editing duties on The Shining due to a hand injury. Second Assistant Editor Gordon Stainforth stepped in and finished editing the film with Kubrick. On the table in front of them sits the Overlook Hotel scrapbook, a prop which, although it…

Prop scrapbook from The Shining.  The scrapbook is filled with yellowed newspaper clippings chronicling sordid events from the Overlook Hotel’s past, as well as violent crimes in the Colorado area.  One page bears the handwritten phrase: “And they took his balls with them” - a line paraphrased from Stephen King’s novel.  Many of the articles in the scrapbook were written by journalist Alexander Walker. Walker wrote for The Evening Standard, and was also a friend of Kubrick’s. Kubrick gave…

Prop scrapbook from The Shining. The scrapbook is filled with yellowed newspaper clippings chronicling sordid events from the Overlook Hotel’s past, as well as violent crimes in the Colorado area. One page bears the handwritten phrase: “And they took his balls with them” - a line paraphrased from Stephen King’s novel. Many of the articles in the scrapbook were written by journalist Alexander Walker. Walker wrote for The Evening Standard, and was also a friend of Kubrick’s. Kubrick gave…

Steadicam operator Ray Andrew on the set of The Shining. Andrew stepped in to replace Garrett Brown for one month during production, while Brown fulfilled a previous commitment to operate Steadicam on Rocky II.   In this photo, Andrew is sitting in a specially modified wheelchair that was used for many shots on the film, including the shots following Danny racing around the Overlook on his chopper trike. #Stanleykubrick #Kubrick #Theshining #shining

Steadicam operator Ray Andrew on the set of The Shining. Andrew stepped in to replace Garrett Brown for one month during production, while Brown fulfilled a previous commitment to operate Steadicam on Rocky II. In this photo, Andrew is sitting in a specially modified wheelchair that was used for many shots on the film, including the shots following Danny racing around the Overlook on his chopper trike. #Stanleykubrick #Kubrick #Theshining #shining

Some things never change....She's standing in heels, no doubt. They're sitting. Is she also pregnant? Wouldn't be any different. Been there, sister.  Stanley Kubrick shoots the N.Y.C. subway, 1946 | Dangerous Minds

Some things never change....She's standing in heels, no doubt. They're sitting. Is she also pregnant? Wouldn't be any different. Been there, sister. Stanley Kubrick shoots the N.Y.C. subway, 1946 | Dangerous Minds

Stanley Kubrick sits on the Lobby set of The Shining with Executive Producer (and Kubrick’s brother-in-law) Jan Harlan. Film Editor Ray Lovejoy sits behind Kubrick.

Stanley Kubrick sits on the Lobby set of The Shining with Executive Producer (and Kubrick’s brother-in-law) Jan Harlan. Film Editor Ray Lovejoy sits behind Kubrick.

Another piece of prop letterhead from The Shining, this one filled with typewritten text. It also includes two signatures from hotel manager Stuart Ullman, played by actor Barry Nelson. It is this letter that Stuart Ullman can be seen signing as Jack arrives for his interview near the beginning of The Shining. The multiple signatures are presumably due to the many takes that were likely shot, and this letter was probably just one of many used during filming.  The Overlook Hotel letterhead…

Another piece of prop letterhead from The Shining, this one filled with typewritten text. It also includes two signatures from hotel manager Stuart Ullman, played by actor Barry Nelson. It is this letter that Stuart Ullman can be seen signing as Jack arrives for his interview near the beginning of The Shining. The multiple signatures are presumably due to the many takes that were likely shot, and this letter was probably just one of many used during filming. The Overlook Hotel letterhead…

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