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Stephen King's the Stand


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The second episode of the four-part series.
The Dreams. The plague wreaks havoc and a silence descends on cities. Some of the few survivors find they are haunted by dreams about the kindly Mother Abigail , but others find their nights are filled with black visions of Randall Flagg. See today's choices.
Continues next Saturday Stereo


Unknown: Mother Abigail
Unknown: Randall Flagg.
Stu Redman: Gary Sinise
Fran Goldsmith: Molly Ringwald
Nick Andros: Rob Lowe
Randall Flagg: Jamey Sheridan
Nadine Cross: Laura San Giacomo
Mother Abigail: Ruby Dee
Judge Farris: Ossie Davis
Lloyd Henreid: Miguel Ferrer
Harold Lauder: Corin Nemec
Trashcanman: Matt Fr Ewer
Larry Underwood: Adam Storke
Glen Bateman: Ray Walston
Tom Cullen: Bill Fagerbakke
Ralph Brentner: Peter Van Norden
Julie Lawry: Shawnee Smith

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Stephen King's the Stand

BBC One London, 11 August 1996 21.15

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