The Exorcist

Something almost beyond comprehension is happening to a girl on this street, in this house… and a man has been sent for as a last resort. This man is The Exorcist.

Categories: Drama, Horror
12-year-old Regan MacNeil begins to adapt an explicit new personality as strange events befall the local area of Georgetown. Her mother becomes torn between science and superstition in a desperate bid to save her daughter, and ultimately turns to her last hope: Father Damien Karras, a troubled priest who is struggling with his own faith.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1973-12-26
Run time: 122 minute / 2:2
Budget: $8,000,000
Revenue: $441,306,145
Director: William Friedkin
Writer: William Peter Blatty
Website: http://theexorcist.warnerbros.com/
Production Companies : Hoya Productions, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Ellen Burstyn
as Chris MacNeil
Max von Sydow
as Father Lankester Merrin
Lee J. Cobb
as Lt. William F. Kinderman
Kitty Winn
as Sharon Spencer
Jack MacGowran
as Burke Dennings
Jason Miller
as Father Damien Karras
Linda Blair
as Regan Teresa MacNeil
William O'Malley
as Father Joseph Dyer
Barton Heyman
as Dr. Samuel Klein
Peter Masterson
as Dr. Barringer
Rudolf Sch√ľndler
as Karl
Gina Petrushka
as Willi
Robert Symonds
as Dr. Taney
Arthur Storch
as Psychiatrist
Thomas Bermingham
as Tom
Vasiliki Maliaros
as Mary Karras
Titos Vandis
as Uncle John
John Mahon
as Language Lab Director
Wallace Rooney
as Bishop Michael
Ron Faber
as Chuck / Demon (voice)
Donna Mitchell
as Mary Jo Perrin
Roy Cooper
as Jesuit Dean
Robert Gerringer
as Senator at Party
Mercedes McCambridge
as Demon (voice)
Paul Bateson
as Radiologist's Assistant (uncredited)
Elinore Blair
as Nurse (uncredited)
William Peter Blatty
as The Producer (uncredited)
Mary Boylan
as First Mental Patient (uncredited)
Dick Callinan
as Astronaut (uncredited)
Mason Curry
as Doctor (voice) (uncredited)
Toni Darnay
as Violent psychotic patient (uncredited)
Eileen Dietz
as Demon / Regan Double (uncredited)
Joanne Dusseau
as Senator's Wife (uncredited)
Bernard Eismann
as Minor Role (uncredited)
Beatrice Hunter
as Minor Role (uncredited)
Yvonne Jones
as Bellevue Nurse (uncredited)
Don LaBonte
as Minor Role (uncredited)
Barton Lane
as Angiography Doctor (uncredited)
Ann Miles
as Spiderwalk (uncredited)
John Nicola
as Priest (uncredited)
Vincent Russell
as Subway Vagrant (uncredited)
Gerard F. Yates
as Priest Singing Around Piano at Party (uncredited)
Directing
William Friedkin Director

Writing
William Peter Blatty Novel
William Peter Blatty Screenplay

Production
William Peter Blatty Producer
Noel Marshall Executive Producer

Camera
Owen Roizman Director of Photography

Editing
Norman Gay Editor
Evan A. Lottman Editor

Production
Louis DiGiaimo Casting
Juliet Taylor Casting

Costume & Make-Up
Joe Fretwell Costume Design

Production
Nessa Hyams Casting

Sound
Steve Boeddeker Original Music Composer

Costume & Make-Up
Dick Smith Makeup Artist

Art
Bill Malley Production Design
Jerry Wunderlich Set Decoration

Costume & Make-Up
William A. Farley Hairstylist

Art
Charles Bailey Assistant Art Director

Crew
Joseph M. Caracciolo Property Master
Edward Garzero Scenic Artist

Sound
Fred J. Brown Sound Effects Editor

Crew
Marcel Vercoutere Special Effects

Camera
Josh Weiner Still Photographer

Sound
Eugene Marks Music Editor

Art
Dan Perri Title Designer

Camera
David Wynn-Jones Focus Puller

Crew
Ann Miles Stunts
John Nicola Technical Advisor





















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