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Francis Dolarhyde
Francis Dolarhyde NBC
Information
Age 40s
Alias(es) D, Mr. D, The Tooth Fairy, The Great Red Dragon
Occupation(s) Film Processing Technician
Status Deceased
Relations
Relatives Grandmother (deceased)
Relationships Reba McClane (girlfriend)
Other info
First appearance The Great Red Dragon
Last appearance The Wrath of the Lamb
Portrayed by Richard Armitage
Francis Dolarhyde (TV) gallery


Francis Dolarhyde is a character in NBC's Hannibal and is the main antagonist of the second half of the third season.

HistoryEdit

BackgroundEdit

Francis Dolarhyde was raised by his grandmother in his youth.

Discovering The Great Red DragonEdit

Whilst sitting in a cafeteria, Dolarhyde read the TIME magazine which covered The Great Red Dragon paintings. He becomes engrossed in it, and begins manifesting himself with the paints and has The Great Red Dragon tattooed on his back. He begins to work out and has custom made jagged-dentures created. In his attic where he works out Dolarhyde keeps a copy of The Great Red Dragon painting.

In the season finale, Dolarhyde is brutally killed by the combined efforts of Will and Hannibal.

PersonalityEdit

Episode appearancesEdit

Season 3Edit

VictimsEdit

  • 2013: The Marlows:
    • Thomas Marlow (shot twice in the chest, severing jugulars and carotids)
    • Theresa Marlow (shot once in the neck and tortured to death)
  • 2018:
    • The Jacobi family:
      • Mr. Jacobi (sliced his neck)
      • Mrs. Jacobi (shot once in the chest and tortured to death; put pieces of glass on eyes post-mortem)
      • Two Jacobi boys (both shot once)
    • The Leeds family:
      • Mr. Leeds (sliced his neck)
      • Mrs. Leeds (shot once in the chest and tortured to death; put pieces of glass on eyes post-mortem)
      • Two Leeds children (both shot once)
    • The Graham house shooting:
    • The parking lot abduction:
      • Two bodyguards (shot to death)
      • Fredrick Chilton (kidnapped, ripped his lips off and set on fire; survived)
    • The break-out:

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • According to Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller Francis was responsible for the murder of the couple in the opening of the first episode Apéritif.

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