Thirty years later, the losers club must return to Derry when Pennywise returns, facing it one last time.
Did You Know?
When the adult Beverly visits her old home, she sees three names on the buzzers. Two of the names are historical murderers, Starkweather and Burke. Starkweather refers to Charles Starkweather, a young man who killed his girlfriend's family when they attempted to prevent them from being together, then took his girlfriend on a murderous spree in the 1950's American Midwest. Burke refers to William Burke, a man who teamed with William Hare, who first rob graves to provide corpses for medical study in 1820's Scotland, then turned to murdering their lodgers to earn more money.. See more
In the 1990 mini-series adaptation, that in the "Cemetery" scene, Pennywise alludes to the fact that one of the graves he dug (at the far end) is already taken"-the only grave with a "gravestone;" a large white cross. We knew that Stanley Uris had just killed himself, so the grave must have "been" for Stanley Uris. However, they made it a point (and mentioned it more than once) that Stanley Uris was Jewish. Therefore, a "Christian Cross" would have been an inappropriate marker. See more
Oh come on guys!
What the hell are you gonna do now?
Sing "Kumbaya"? Wake up.
References The Jeffersons
I Get Around
By Brian Wilson
and Mike Love
Performed by Harry Anderson See more