Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)

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/ 10
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1h 31m
Running Time

April 13, 1984
Release Date

Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)

4.8
/ 10
15 User Ratings
1h 31m
Running Time

April 13, 1984
Release Date

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Network & Production Companies
Paramount
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Plot.

After his revival in a hospital morgue, Jason fixes his vengeful attention on the Jarvis family and a group of hitherto carefree teenagers.

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Cast & Crew.

Bobby Bleckman

Bobby Bleckman

Technical Advisor

Alan Sims

Alan Sims

Technical Advisor

Debra Steagall

Debra Steagall

Set Costumer

John Vournas

John Vournas

Lighting Coordinator

Joseph Presson

Joseph Presson

Best Boy Grip

Adam Smith

Adam Smith

Grip

Adam Fredericks

Adam Fredericks

Assistant Editor

Phillip Linson

Phillip Linson

Assistant Editor

Bob Noland

Bob Noland

Color Timer

Kevin Gadd

Kevin Gadd

Construction Manager

Ted Hiler

Ted Hiler

Swing

Dan Roman

Dan Roman

Swing

Richard Tyde

Richard Tyde

Greensman

Tom Recchion

Tom Recchion

Graphic Designer

John Moy

John Moy

Craft Service

Henry Humphreys

Henry Humphreys

Set Medic

Frank Kelly

Frank Kelly

Driver

Larry Berneau

Larry Berneau

Driver

Michael 'Mickey' Beltran

Michael 'Mickey' Beltran

Driver

Ben Reade

Ben Reade

Driver

Frank Inez

Frank Inez

Special Effects

Dave Walton

Dave Walton

Special Effects

John Godfroy

John Godfroy

Special Effects

John Hartigan

John Hartigan

Special Effects

Dina De Luca

Dina De Luca

Associate Producer

Shelly Weiss

Shelly Weiss

Associate Producer

Bess M. Gilbert

Bess M. Gilbert

Associate Producer

Michael Mersereau

Michael Mersereau

Associate Producer

Ron Zimmerman

Ron Zimmerman

Associate Producer

Dawn Allen

Dawn Allen

Stand In

Paul Anselmo

Paul Anselmo

Stand In

Lyle Morse

Lyle Morse

Stand In

Details.

Release Date
April 13, 1984

Status
Released

Running Time
1h 31m

Content Rating
R

Budget
$2,200,000

Box Office
$32,981,717

Filming Locations
California, United States

Genres

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Wiki.

Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter is a 1984 American slasher film directed by Joseph Zito, produced by Frank Mancuso Jr., and starring Kimberly Beck, Corey Feldman, Crispin Glover, and Peter Barton. It is the sequel to Friday the 13th Part III (1982) and the fourth installment in the Friday the 13th franchise. Picking up immediately after the events of the previous film, the plot follows a presumed-dead Jason Voorhees who escapes from the morgue and returns to Crystal Lake to continue his killing spree. The film marks the debut of the character Tommy Jarvis (Feldman), who would make further appearances in two sequels and related media, establishing him as Jason's archenemy.

Much like Part III, the film was originally supposed to be the final installment in the series. Mancuso Jr. wanted to conclude the series as he felt no one respected him for his producing work on it regardless of how much the films earned at the box office, while also wanting to work on other projects. Paramount Pictures supported the decision, as they were aware of the declining popularity of slasher films at the time of its release. As a result, the film was marketed as "The Final Chapter" to ensure it as such. Make-up artist Tom Savini, who worked on the first film, returned because he wanted to help kill off Jason, whom he helped create.

The film was originally scheduled to be released in October but was pushed up to April 13, 1984. Upon its theatrical release, the film grossed $33 million in the U.S. on a budget of $2.2 million, making it the fourth most attended of the Friday the 13th series with approximately 9,815,700 tickets sold. Though the film received generally negative reviews from critics at the time of release, it has retrospectively come to be considered one of the stronger entries in the series. Despite being billed as the final film, its success prompted another sequel, Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, one year later, followed by a further six sequels and a reboot.

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