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|“||Well, it sure ain't the Pillsbury f--king doughboy.||„|
|~ Gingerdead Man|
Millard Findlemyer, better known as the Gingerdead Man, (although no one ever actually calls him that and that alias comes right from the movie titles themselves), is the main antagonist of the Gingerdead Man series.
He was portrayed/voiced by Gary Busey in the first film, the late John Vulich in the second film, William Butler in the third film, and Bob Ramos in the crossover.
Millard Findlemyer first appeared in the movie Gingerdead Man, an unrated horror comedy parody of the classic children's tale of the Gingerbread Man, only while the Gingerbread Man was aimed at children, Gingerdead Man was not. Millard was an infamous serial killer/armed robber who attacked bakeries and stole from the cash registers while shooting all the customers and employes he came across. One day, he was caught and put on trial where one of his victims, whom he let live, served to testify against him. Thanks to the person's testimony, Findlemyer was found guilty and killed in an electric chair, but after his death, his equaly evil mother brought him back to life as a possesed gingerbread man so he could get revenge on the woman who testified against him in court. He returned and killed more people as the Gingerdead Man before being killed a second time. In the sequel, his mother brought him back again and sent him to Los Angeles so he could try to find a way to transfer his soul into a human body and be reborn so he could kill more people as a human again, but was stopped and burned to a crisp. However, as the movie ended, a homeless man ate his remains and became possesed. He return in the third movie Gingerdead Man: Saturday Night Clever. Their only salvation is to turn to help from the dastardly Bong. It’s one tough cookie versus one bad trip mother when the two Titans of Terror hash out a war in the Bong World. The stakes have never been higher.
- He is somewhat similar to Chucky from the Child's Play series, due to the fact that they are both former killers who had their souls transferred into something and came back as small monsters, also they both curse a lot.
- However, the original design of Gingerdead Man was going to be more based on Pillsbury Doughboy, but the idea was later cut under the production.