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Stephen King's the Stand

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Concluding the four-part, post-apocalyptic series.
The Stand. With whispers of dissension spreading through Flagg's camp, the Dark Man is forced to take action to hold onto his power. Meanwhile, Stu and the others are making their way west to his lair- and the ultimate stand against evil. See today's choices.

Contributors

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: Corinne Mec
Trashcanman: Matt Frewer
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, 18 August 1996 21.15






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