Happy Year of the Tiger from Francis Dolarhyde

HANNIBAL — “…and the Woman Clothed in the Sun” Episode 310 — Pictured: (l-r) Rutina Wesley as Reba McClane, Richard Armitage as Francis Dolarhyde — (Photo by: Brooke Palmer/NBC)

~ by Servetus on February 1, 2022.

9 Responses to “Happy Year of the Tiger from Francis Dolarhyde”

  1. What a magical scene this one, and next the ones in D’ big 14 rooms house. Loved the way RA played this caracter. I even read the book after (though horror/terror books are not my cup of tea). Great memories thanks for the pic and “quotes”. Have a nice day


  2. I am hoping that Francis is saying “Happy Year of the Tiger”, rather than ” Can I have a plum?”! Happy New Year of the Tiger though to you.


  3. Thank you for early morning Richard. I’ve been too scared to watch Hannibal all the way through. Instead watching Hobbit trilogy for the nth(??) time! I’m a little mad at Richard Armitage and all the fandom LOL because looking at all the pictures and reading fanfic on Tumblr you start to think there’s a man like that in RL. Thanks as always for your posts I never get tired of discovering all your old and new ones and the surrounding discussions. Discuss: what do you do to deal with your distRAction?
    Happy Tuesday, and Year of Dragon

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    • I mean Tiger!


    • Your question : what do you do to deal with your distRAction? my answers : so many things ! listening to RA voice on the Jane Auster Society for instance while biking, juste magical voice and tone, great as usual like joy ellis’ audio books and sean Pruen vimeo vid from time to time, rewatching Brain on fire (so beautiful) and…reading fanfictions (I always feel so grateful for those who dare, real talents there too. To put it in a nutshell : following RA’s new projects from France, maintaining my admiRAtion. Happy new year of Dragon

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    • Yesterday I recorded a lecture about impeachment and the Trump presidency, so I need more distRAction!

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