Straße Der Verdammnis


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Straße Der Verdammnis

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Straße der Verdammnis ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr Er basiert auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Roger Zelazny. Am August lief der Film in den deutschen Kinos an. Straße der Verdammnis (Originaltitel: Damnation Alley) ist ein US-​amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr Er basiert auf dem gleichnamigen. ecomuseums.eu - Kaufen Sie Strasse der Verdammnis günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu​. Straße der Verdammnis. George Peppard ('Frühstück bei Tiffany') quält sich durch die Wüste. Bewertung. Stars. Bewertung. Redaktions Kritik. Bilder. News. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Straße der Verdammnis. Die Handlung dreht sich um eine Gruppe von Menschen, die den Dritten Weltkrieg überlebt. So rankt sich auch um den zeitgenössischen Misserfolg von STRASSE DER VERDAMMNIS die Legende, dass damals niemand den Film. Denn was damals spannend und aufregend war, ist heute nur noch rudimentär. Strasse der Verdammnis zeigt zu Beginn den Dritten Weltkrieg.

Straße Der Verdammnis

So rankt sich auch um den zeitgenössischen Misserfolg von STRASSE DER VERDAMMNIS die Legende, dass damals niemand den Film. Straße der Verdammnis ein Film von Jack Smight mit Jan-Michael Vincent, George Peppard. Inhaltsangabe: Nach dem 3. Weltkrieg ist der größte Teil der. Straße der Verdammnis (Originaltitel: Damnation Alley) ist ein US-​amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr Er basiert auf dem gleichnamigen. And, for me anyhow—please tell me if you agree or not—I also had a sense that Holden Caulfield was used as a model, only in that post apocalyptic, not a Dazukommen whiner sort-a way. Es gibt noch einzelne Enklaven, in denen ein zivilisiertes Leben möglich ist. Most of the USA has been Aladdin (Zeichentrickserie) by nuclear missiles and the cross country Der See is extremely perilous due to radiation, huge storms and winds, swarms Fighting Stream giant creatures, and dangerous itinerant motorcycle gangs. He's a driver and a good one at that. In beiden Filmen ist ein Einzelgänger für den Transport einer wertvollen Kraft verantwortlich. Fantastic storms dropping rocks that Clipsish crush you like you Inglourious Basterds a paper tiger, complete darkness in the middle of the day. Its worth the read Gossel you are at all interested in what sort of Michael König place the earth would be after some terrible, catastrophic war. Straße der Verdammnis ein Film von Jack Smight mit Jan-Michael Vincent, George Peppard. Inhaltsangabe: Nach dem 3. Weltkrieg ist der größte Teil der. Eigentlich wollte Twentieth Century Fox mit STRASSE DER VERDAMMNIS, die Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Romans von Roger Zelazny. Straße der Verdammnis: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. Straße Der Verdammnis

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Bringing serum to plague infested Boston, otherwise no more bean town,they need it very soon like yesterday Damnation Alley, the name of the territory between the cities, it's called that for a very good reason, a very good reason indeed.

A vast nuclear wasteland with endless sand dunes, debris scattered everywhere, high radiation not the good kind and unforgiving fierce winds, myriad craters, active threatening volcanoes, swirling tornadoes, deformed vicious huge animals, nasty biker gangs ready to kill for fun.

Hell Tanner has a great car with everything in it, including a flame thrower, guns, grenade launchers and bulletproof armored plated, like a formidable tank.

The vehicle can do anything but fly above through the perilous air, fortunately the possible people , those threatened passengers; this would kill you quickly.

The strange deserts and weirder "plants' dominate the terrain, pink skies turning blue soon after in the radioactive atmosphere, even an inland sea give this an alien planet feeling.

Fantastic storms dropping rocks that can crush you like you were a paper tiger, complete darkness in the middle of the day. The worst part Tanner and his partner Greg see is the dead cities And they don't stop to look, to afraid , but love the purple sky over Utah.

This may be just another dystopian novel, still a very exciting book, better than the quirky, yet entertaining Damnation Alley film.

Science fiction fans will devour the material and become absorbed in the story of survival. View all 6 comments. This is a post-apocalyptic novel of Southern California.

Hell Tanner, an imprisoned killer, is offered a full pardon in exchange for taking on a suicide mission—a drive through "Damnation Alley" across a ruined America from Los Angeles to Bostonto deliver an urgently needed plague vaccine.

This copy is signed by Roger Zelazny. View all 4 comments. Okay, this was my first full Zelazny experience, and I have to say I liked it—a lot.

The story is simple enough: in a post apocalyptic America, where the country has been split into two nations, one being the Nation of California, the other being whatever the citizens of Boston have decided to call it, runs a stretch of road that has been named the Damnation Alley.

Since constant hurricane force winds prevent air travel, it is the only umbilical between the two countries. Enter Hell Tanner.

Hell Okay, this was my first full Zelazny experience, and I have to say I liked it—a lot. Hell accepts the offer to clear his name.

I am going to intentionally leave some parts vague; I think these parts really add to the character of Hell and I would hate to ruin this for the next reader.

Along the journey, Hell is going to have to battle giant bats and butterflies yes, I said butterflies and Gila monsters and spiders.

There are rumors of people who have reverted back to primitive behavior and who attack all travelers. There are biker gangs and enough weather phenomena to make even the hardiest adventurer think twice about making this run.

And, for me anyhow—please tell me if you agree or not—I also had a sense that Holden Caulfield was used as a model, only in that post apocalyptic, not a wimpy whiner sort-a way.

But even with all that excitement, there is a fundamental storyline that Zelazny was trying to convey: the Cold War was starting to scare the shit out of him.

I mean America was one lunatic away from pressing the button, and Russia was trying to keep numerous lunatics at bay. Zelazny handles this subject with care, never mocking it as one is used to seeing in these types of novels.

For Zelazny, he wanted Hell Tanner to not only be a hero but he also wanted him to be a hero and a man in a world that was closing in on the brink of annihilating itself.

There is one scene that I will remember fondly: Hell and a biologist named Kanis are discussing what happened [in their world] and why it happened, and Kanis keeps asking Hell to kill him but also reneges continuously as well; this is a very cyclical conversation.

Anyways, while reading this section, images of Waiting for Godot came to mind, and I started to laugh, not because it was funny, but because the only other alternative was to cry over this fully realized bleak world, and I truly began to understand what was in store for these survivors even if the serum eradicated the plague.

This will definitely not be my last Zelazny novel. View all 15 comments. I remember when I was a wee one, I watched the movie Damnation Alley, and I was terrified by the flesh eating cockroach scene.

And practically everyone gives DA rave reviews. Damnation Alley is pretty si I remember when I was a wee one, I watched the movie Damnation Alley, and I was terrified by the flesh eating cockroach scene.

Damnation Alley is pretty silly and mediocre though. The giant snakes and bats weren't that scary. One good knock and that motorcycle and rider would be flying.

I started skimming toward the end. I keep reading all these old classic Sci-fi books and they keep turning out to be duds. Was Science Fiction such a new genre in the sixties that almost any book with even a vaguely cool idea became a classic?

View all 22 comments. I was beginning to think I just didn't like reading any more, but I had trouble stopping today at lunch.

In some ways, this isn't one of Zelazny's best novels. In many ways, it's rather trite - a post apocalyptic action yarn with a anti-hero. Except it's not.

Even with the grade-b movie world, it's intriguing. Certainly a great character. It's a shame the movie butchered it so bad. Mickey Rourke would have been far better.

Hell Tanner, the hero, is not a good man. Zelazny gives this anti-hero a heroic mission to perform. The book is action packed from start to finish, occasionally surprising, in a weird, ravaged version of our modern society.

It too was entertaining, but definitely grade B. View 2 comments. Shelves: zelazny. Damnation Alley is about a biker named Hell Tanner who has to take some plague serum from LA to Boston, travelling a route called Damnation Alley across the nuclear wasteland that is the United States in a car that might as well be a tank.

Along the way he encounters such mutants as giant Gila Monsters, spiders, bats, butterflies, and snakes. Hell Tanner should be regarded as Snake Plissken's ancestor of sorts.

Every time he had dialogue I kept hearing Kurt Russell's voice. The writing is a litt Damnation Alley is about a biker named Hell Tanner who has to take some plague serum from LA to Boston, travelling a route called Damnation Alley across the nuclear wasteland that is the United States in a car that might as well be a tank.

The writing is a little cheesy but it fits with the story. Overall it was enjoyable but nothing fantastic. I'm tempted to track down the movie but there are pictures from it in the middle of the book and they look nothing like I pictured.

Jan Michael Vincent was way too pretty to play Hell Tanner. When I read this I was struck by the similarities between the deal offered to Hell Tanner to run the serum thru Damnation Alley to a plague stricken Boston in order to recieve a full pardon for every criminal act he's committed in the Nation of California That sounds a lot like the deal offered to Snake Plissken, who seems to share a lot of other similarities with Hell Tanner, who admittedly came first in Being a big fan of Plissken's exploits I can't help but like this pulpy sci fi When I read this I was struck by the similarities between the deal offered to Hell Tanner to run the serum thru Damnation Alley to a plague stricken Boston in order to recieve a full pardon for every criminal act he's committed in the Nation of California Being a big fan of Plissken's exploits I can't help but like this pulpy sci fi novel.

Reread as research for WIP. Hasn't improved any since last time, a great concept poorly executed. This book was sitting in the free bin outside of 2nd and Charles and I thought - why not?

It looks short. Plus there's just something about a vintage paperback. These old books used to be everywhere, at every sale and every used book shop.

Now they are a bit of rarity. This is basically non-stop action. We get a little taste of Hell Tanner's character, but it's mostly non-stop action.

There's been a nuclear war and the only remain This book was sitting in the free bin outside of 2nd and Charles and I thought - why not?

There's been a nuclear war and the only remaining viable cities are L. A few others are habitable, but those are the big ones.

There's no radio anymore if it wasn't , I'd say no internet and planes can no longer fly as the winds are fierce and full of rubbish. The interior of the US is radioactive.

There are gila monsters the size of houses at this point in my description of the setting, my husband Mike laughed out loud , giant spiders the size of people, and all manner of ferocious creatures and equally ferocious human beings.

I think they're wandering around St. Louis with spears. He's the best there is at driving. If anyone can make it, Tanner will. There you have it!

That's the story! I liked it well enough. You can't say it's boring. It's so everyone is smoking. At this point in my narrative, Mike, said - the earth is filled with radiation, it's raining dead fish and garbage, there are giant man-eating gila monsters, and you're worried about smoking?

Point taken. I found out they made this into a movie in I'm assuming a B movie? I have no idea, but I have found a copy so I plan on watching it.

This isn't as good as Lonesome October by any means, but I'm interested in reading more of Zelazny. One last item - this is the author bio by Harlan Ellison on my back cover: "Roger Zelazny is the reincarnation of Geoffrey Chaucer.

Zelazny was born in London in , and served King Edward on secret missions in Flanders in ; he also lived under the name of Cyril Tourner for 20 years.

He is married and now lives in Baltimore. View all 9 comments. Tough, nasty Hell's Angel with a heart of gold transports a case of vaccine across a post-Holocaust America, to save the inhabitants of plague-ravaged Boston.

It's quite good if you're in the mood for that kind of thing. As several people have pointed out, the main character rather reminds one of Snake Plissken in Escape from New York , though this novel predates the movie.

View 1 comment. This is a perfect example of classic science fiction at it's best. It does not at all hurt that anything Roger Zelazny ever wrote is completely addictive to this omnivourous reader, but even without that strong bias of mine this is a pretty spectacular book.

Consider; the year the first Jumbo jet launched Boeing long, long before the word 'dystopian' was first in circulation and Damnation Alley comes to deservedly win the Hugo and Nebula awards.

This is almost a prototype of post- apo This is a perfect example of classic science fiction at it's best.

This is almost a prototype of post- apocalyptic, dystopian science fiction and fifty years later it is still a perfectly written, immensely readable, exciting for runner of a genera that is still popular.

In this novel, set on the North American continent, humanity have royally messed up. Large portions of the continent are radio-active wasteland, where mutated life forms and hazardous weather patterns vie for the title of mist dangerous.

The remnant populations of people are separated on the East and West coasts by Damnation Alley; three thousand miles of danger that few men and of course no women, it is after all have ever dared cross.

Now the shredded population of Boston is being devastated by plague, which California has only one slim chance of getting to them, using Hell Tanner, the last surviving remnant of a gang, the Angels and possibly the best driver alive.

He has a chance of surviving Damnation Alley, and that is the only chance Boston has of survival. I went into this book without huge hopes; I knew I adored it when I read it as a teenager, but many books have come and gone since then.

There have been a lot of books with similar themes, more modern ones, ones with more science, longer ones, many that I loved.

It blew me away how much I still loved this book! Part of it is that, really, every word Zelazny ever wrote is like crack cocaine to me.

The writing is so good! It is evocative, descriptive, addictive and I loved every sentence I read between those covers.

In a lot of ways it has dated, there is a lot of smoking cigarettes which would never be allowed these days , Hell Tanner himself is not a nice guy, he is certainly not a hero, he is not even up as a modern anti-hero since modern anti-heroes are not often allowed to be actual bad people.

Tanner is bad, unabashedly bad he is also beautifully written and true to himself. You do not get extensive inner musings but you do get a fascinating adventure as he struggles his way, mile by mile across a messed up continent.

There are no strong women characters spending time talking about things that do not relate to the males characters. Or even, really, women characters.

I think this absence is a great big no-no with a lot of modern readers. They even invented some weird scale called the Bechdel—Wallace to quantify it.

Damnation Alley would fail that test. There is only one real character, everyone else is a bit player. Nevertheless, to me it is pages of perfectly written classic science fiction from an author with the most immense talent.

I am truly in awe of what a good book this is. View all 3 comments. I hadn't read anything by Zelazny since, oh, maybe I remember loving the short stories in The Doors of His Face, the Lamps of His Mouth, but really couldn't tell you why I never went on to read anything else by him.

Absolutely enjoyed Alley--despite the raw, post-apocalyptic background and the anti-hero that was really hard to like.

Is it better that a good man decline to do something for the right reasons or for a bad man I hadn't read anything by Zelazny since, oh, maybe Is it better that a good man decline to do something for the right reasons or for a bad man to do something good for all the wrong reasons?

Half-way through the story I was rooting for Hell Tanner to complete his mission even though I really didn't want him to earn his pardon. Tanner is not your usual hero.

A convicted killer, cold-hearted rapist, and drug smuggler, Tanner is given the chance to have all his sins against the state forgiven if he will make the seemingly impossible cross-country journey from California to Boston to deliver much needed medication to a war-ravaged population suffering from plague.

Tanner must cross through the radioactive desert, fight off giant bats and snakes, and ride out violent, unpredictable storms that can dump debris at any time in order to finish his journey.

Even though the subject matter is violent and dystopic, Zelazny writes with a power and poetry that is rare in such hard-nosed science fiction.

His descriptions of the journey leave no doubt about the harsh realities Tanner faces, but draws you into the story and makes you a part of that reality.

Four stars out of five on Visual Bookshelf. This movie came out the same year as Star Wars and Close Encounters.

I immediately bought the book and loved that, too. We were a prime target for Soviet nukes back in the day. I still think this is a great passage: Something big and batlike swooped through the tunnel of his lights and was gone.

He ignored its passage. Five minutes later it made a second pass, this time much closer, and he fired a magnesium flare. A black shape, perhaps forty feet across, was illuminated, and he gave it two five-second bursts from the fifty-calibers.

It fell to the ground and did not return again. To the squares, this was Damnation Alley. To Hell Tanner, this was still the parking lot.

A guy on a death row is given a chance to live if he can deliver anti-plague serum from LA to Boston - he happens to be a very good driver. The problem is, this all takes place in post-apocalyptic US, and the road in question is called Damnation Alley for a reason.

Sounds fairly familiar; I can recall quite a few books and movies with the same plot. Still, this is probably one of the first books with such plot; also Roger Zelazny is a Master of science fiction even in his minor efforts such as A guy on a death row is given a chance to live if he can deliver anti-plague serum from LA to Boston - he happens to be a very good driver.

Still, this is probably one of the first books with such plot; also Roger Zelazny is a Master of science fiction even in his minor efforts such as this one, I am sorry to say.

Solid 3 stars: short, fast-paced and entertaining if not very original. I gave this a 3 as a tribute to Roger Zelazny. I picked this book up after the movie and barely remember it.

Post apocalyptic America left broken up into police states. Three vehicles heading from L. First published in Damnation Alley is a notable godfather of the biker, as in motorcycle, post-apocalyptic genre.

It tells the story of Hell Tanner, a renegade biker and criminal who is pardoned by the Nation of California to deliver the cure for a plague that is overwhelming the Nation of Boston.

Most of the USA has been devastated by nuclear missiles and the cross country journey is extremely perilous due to radiation, huge storms and winds, swarms of giant creatures, and dangerous itiner First published in Damnation Alley is a notable godfather of the biker, as in motorcycle, post-apocalyptic genre.

Most of the USA has been devastated by nuclear missiles and the cross country journey is extremely perilous due to radiation, huge storms and winds, swarms of giant creatures, and dangerous itinerant motorcycle gangs.

The theme of a warrior going it alone against impossible odds is a familiar one, so not too many surprises here.

To say that this book--which prefigured both of these comparisons by a goodly distance--is a more Mad Maxy version of "The Road" is no Rolling Stone-esque hogwash, or blind youthful insistence that the contemporary is the all; it is merely and delightfully accurate.

Zelazny was a brilliant writer, and the most lyrical of his genre. It's not that they didn't succeed, it's just that there wasn't anyone to succeed for.

Aber auch die technische Seite des Films überzeugt nicht: häufige Anschlussfehler, schlampig ausgeführte Kopiertricks, nachlässige Rückprojektionen und miserable Monsterattrappen.

Deshalb verpuffen die Sequenzen mit mutierten Riesenskorpionen und Killer-Kakerlaken, die wahrscheinlich zu den Hauptattraktionen des Films gehören sollten, in totaler Wirkungslosigkeit.

Alan Sharp erzählt in Interviews, wie er damals sein Skript nach den Wünschen der Produzenten gestaltete, obwohl er selbst wusste, dass es dem ganzen Konzept an Substanz mangelte.

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