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One of Stephen Kings greatest works is a very lengthy novel called The Stand. Apocalyptic, a very entertaining read, featured a character named Donald Merwin Elbert, aka “The Trashcan Man”. Merely a pawn for The Walkin Dude, everyone just calls him “Trashy”

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For a long time, for days (how many days? who knew? not the Trashcan Man, that was for sure), Donald Merwin Elbert, known to the intimates of his dim and confusing grade-school past as the Trashcan Man, had wandered up and down the streets of Powtanville, Indiana, cringing from the voices in his head, dodging away and putting up his hands to shield against stones thrown by ghosts.

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So after Wendell Elbert was underground, Sally Elbert had gotten a job at the Powtanville Café and sometime, in the first or second grade, her one remaining chick, Donald Merwin Elbert, had started lighting fires in people’s trashcans and running away.

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From behind a perfect fusillade of explosions, God’s ammunition dump going up in the flames of righteousness, Satan storming heaven, his artillery captain a fiercely grinning fool with red, flayed cheeks, Trashcan Man by name, never to be Donald Merwin Elbert again.
Originally Donald Merwin Elbert, the Trashcan Man was born in Powtanville, Indiana as the youngest child of Wendell and Sally Elbert. He had two brothers and a sister whose names are not known.
The dead are still dead and The living are still finding their way through this horribly altered landscape of America. Thus, it's a perfect Time to-bring on The bad guys! Randall Flagg performs his first act of magic and begins his cross Country Journey in a souped-up Buick. and Then, there's The strangest addition to The cast yet...Donald Merwin Elbert, The TrashCan Man, a pyRomaniac who suddenly has no one to curb his unhealthy obsession with Blowing things up. All this Plus Rita suggests to Larry Underwood that they should start making their way out of New York, perhaps via...The Lincoln Tunnel! and you know what that means.Originally Donald Merwin Elbert, the Trashcan Man was born in as the youngest child of and . He had two brothers and a sister whose names are not known.The dead are still dead and the living are still finding their way through this horribly altered landscape of America. Thus, it's a perfect time to—bring on the bad guys! Randall Flagg performs his first act of magic and begins his cross country journey in a souped-up Buick. And then, there's the strangest addition to the cast yet...Donald Merwin Elbert, the Trashcan Man, a pyromaniac who suddenly has no one to curb his unhealthy obsession with blowing things up. All this plus Rita suggests to Larry Underwood that they should start making their way out of New York, perhaps via...the Lincoln Tunnel! And you know what that means.In addition to the Gunslinger painting at the beginning of the film, the movie shares another connection with other Stephen King works. The line, "My life for you", spoken by Mrs. Carmody in the film, (although not in the novella), originally appeared in the novel, The Stand, as spoken by Donald Merwin Elbert, (the Trashcan Man), first in his dreams, and then later in person, to Randall Flagg, (the Dark Man or the Walkin' Dude). The line later appeared as dialogue between other villainous characters and subsequent incarnations of Randall Flagg, such as Walter o'Dim in the Dark Tower series novels, and Flagg, in The Eyes of the Dragon.
Bernie Wrightson: It was Donald Merwin Elbert, now known as the Trashcan Man.

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Originally Donald Merwin Elbert, the Trashcan Man was born in as the youngest child of and . He had two brothers and a sister whose names are not known.

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Character profile for Trashcan Man from The Stand

My life for you. The big fire for you.

In 1994 Matt Frewer portrayed The Trascan Man, the schizophrenic pyromaniac (aka Donald Merwin Elbert) from the miniseries The Stand, directed by Mick Garris and based on the novel by Stephen King. Terrorized by childhood memories and obsessed with helping his master Randall Flagg, Trash was one of the best things the 360 minute adaptation of Stephen King's novel had to offer.

Therefor, a tribute to The Trashcan Man.

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The dead are still dead and the living are still finding their way through this horribly altered landscape of America. Randall Flagg performs his first act of magic and begins his cross country journey in a souped-up Buick. And then, there’s the strangest addition to the cast yet... Donald Merwin Elbert, the , a pyromaniac who suddenly has no one to curb his unhealthy obsession with blowing things up. All this plus Rita suggests to Larry Underwood that they should start making their way out of New York, perhaps via the Lincoln Tunnel.