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- the Dark Man a.k.a. Randall Flagg is a fictional character created by Stephen King. Flagg has appeared in at least nine of King's novels, either as a major or very minor character. He has a variety of names, usually initialed "R.F." but with occasional exceptions, such as Walter o'Dim in The Dark Tower series. Flagg is described as "an accomplished sorcerer and a devoted servant of the Outer Dark", with supernatural abilities involving necromancy, prophecy, and influence over animal and human behavior. His goals typically center on bringing down civilizations through destruction and conflict.
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- The Dark Man is a fictional character from the tv episode Crows.
"The Dark Man" is an early poem written by Stephen King when he was in college. It was later published in Ubris in 1969. It served as the genesis for the character of Randall Flagg. A illustrated edition from Cemetery Dance Publications with illustrations from Glenn Chadbourne was released in July 2013.
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The Dark Man is a 1951 British black and white thriller film, written and directed by Jeffrey Dell, and starring Edward Underdown, Maxwell Reed and Natasha Parry.
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Works and Authors of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden Since 1967 by Mitzi M. Brunsdale
Isaksen and Dahle come to share a warm friendship, although in Mørkemannen ( “The Dark Man,” also translated as “The Ogre”), 2008, Lindell reveals some of Marian Dahle's “dark past” (Melia), while downplaying Isaksen's marital troubles, ...
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The Dark Man Living Statue, The Southbank, London.
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