Phantom of the Paradise

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Phantom of the Paradise

1974 American musical film written and directed by Brian De Palma add

Category: Movies & TV (402)

Launched in 1974.

Countries: United States (43%), Canada (29%), U.S. (14%)

Main connections: Bret Easton Ellis, Gary Mallaber, Brian De Palma

Linked to: IMAX, Twitter

 

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1974

The film's only successful major market during its theatrical release was Winnipeg, Canada where it opened on Boxing Day, 1974 and played in local cinemas over four months continuously and over one year non-continuously until 1976 add something

 

"'Phantom of the Paradise"' is a 1974 American musical film written and directed by Brian De Palma add something

 

"Phantom of the Paradise" opened in the U.S. on October 31, 1974 and soon flopped add something


1975

That event featured appearances by Gerrit Graham and William Finley, in the same Winnipeg theatre where the film had its original run in 1975 add something


1976

She would later star in De Palma's "Carrie" in 1976 add something


1990

It played occasionally in Winnipeg theatres in the 1990s and at the Winnipeg IMAX theatre in 2000 and always "drew a dedicated audience" add something


2005

A fan-organized festival, dubbed "Phantompalooza", was held in 2005 in Winnipeg, where the fanbase took particularly strong root add something


2006

A second "Phantompalooza" was staged April 28, 2006, reuniting many of the surviving cast members and featuring a concert by Paul Williams add something


2012

Upon Finley's death in April 2012, Bret Easton Ellis wrote on Twitter: "RIP: Winslow Leach a add something


2018

A successful concert production of the show, adapted by Weasel War Productions, premiered March 12th of 2018 at The Secret Loft in New York City add something

 

A successful concert production of the show, adapted by Weasel War Productions, premiered March 12, 2018 at The Secret Loft in New York City add something