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The Gingerdead Man

Millard Findlemyer, better known as Gingerdead Man, (although no one calls him that and that alias comes directly from the movie titles), is the main antagonist of the Gingerdead Man series.

He was portrayed by Gary Busey in the first movie, John Vulich in the second movie, William Butler in the third, and Bob Ramos in the crossover.

HistoryEdit Millard Findlemyer first appeared in the movie Gingerdead Man, an unrated horror comedy parody of the classic Gingerbread Man children's tale, only while Gingerbread Man was directed at children, Gingerdead Man no. Millard was an infamous serial killer / armed robber who attacked bakeries and stole from cash registers while shooting all customers and employees he encountered. One day, he was captured and tried 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 equally wicked mother brought him back to life as a possessed gingerbread man, so that he could take revenge on the woman who testified against him in court. He came back and killed more people like Gingerdead Man before being killed a second time. In the sequel, his mother brought him back and sent him to Los Angeles, so that he could try to find a way to transfer his soul to a human body and be reborn, so that he could kill more people as a human again, but he was stopped. and burned until crisp. However, when the movie ended, a homeless man ate his remains and became possessed. He returns in the third movie Gingerdead Man: Saturday Night Clever. His only salvation is to enlist the help of the damned Bong. It is a tough cookie against a bad traveling mother when the two Titans of Terror wage war on the Bong world. The stakes have never been so high.

He is somewhat similar to Chucky from the Child's Play series, due to the fact that they are both former assassins who transferred their souls to something and returned as little monsters, and both curse a lot.

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