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    Dr. Joyce Reardon, a psychology professor, leads a team of psychics into the decrepit mansion known as Rose Red. Her efforts unleash the spirit of former owner Ellen Rimbauer and uncover the horrifying secrets of those who lived and died there.


    Tagline: If Some Houses Are Born Bad, This One Was Created In Hell.

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    Episode 1

    directed by: Craig R. Baxley written by: Stephen King/td>

    Air Date: January 27, 2002

    Dr. Joyce Reardon gathers Victor “Vic” Kandinsky an elderly precognate; Pam Asbury a psychometric; Cathy Kramer an automatic writer; Nick Hardaway a telepath; Emery Waterman a post-cognate; Steve Rimbauer the last descendent of the Rimbauers; Annie Wheaton and Rachel who cares for her.


    Episode 2

    directed by: Craig R. Baxley written by: Stephen King/td>

    Air Date: January 27, 2002

    The team tours the mansion. Joyce and Steve point out that the home contains many optical illusions as well as an upside-down room and a library with a mirrored floor. Members of the team begin to disappear.


    Episode 3

    directed by: Craig R. Baxley written by: Stephen King/td>

    Air Date: January 27, 2002

    As Annie Wheaton falls and is knocked unconscious Rose Red’s windows and doors mysteriously open again, prompting Emery to suggests that Annie be killed in order to allow everyone to escape the haunted house.



    The production team included producers Carliner, Thomas H. Brodek, and Robert F. Phillips; director Craig R. Baxley; production designer Craig Stearns; and visual effects supervisor Stuart Robertson (who won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects for his work on the 1997 film What Dreams May Come). These individuals and others had worked on Storm of the Century two years earlier and were reunited three years later on “Kingdom Hospital”.

    Filming began on August 22, 2000, and ended in mid-December 2000. The budget for the miniseries was slightly more than $35 million. The computer-operated ghost puppets created by XFX cost $150,000 each. Interior sets were built in three former airplane hangars at the abandoned Sand Point Naval Base in Seattle. More than 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) of interior sets were built. The largest set contained a full-scale version of the great hall at Rose Red, including a fireplace, columns, grand staircase, adjacent dining hall, and doorway to the solarium (the last being a feature inspired by the Shirley Jackson novel). Two bedrooms and the billiard room at Thornewood Castle were used for location shots. Sadly, actor David Dukes died of a heart attack on October 9, 2000, in Spanaway, Washington, while shooting Rose Red. He was due to film his death scene the following day. A double was used for shots of the Dr. Carl Miller character running through foliage, and King rewrote some scenes to feature other characters instead of Miller. The intersection of Spring Street and Seventh Avenue in Seattle was used for the fictional location of Rose Red; other Seattle locations used in the miniseries include a section of Main Street and a house in Mount Baker (which is destroyed by a rain of stones in the miniseries).

    Post-production took six months, and the miniseries was delivered to the ABC television network in early September 2001.


    Additional Information (production, filming locations, etc)

    Filming took place in Washington, USA and Canada.


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