Candyman takes up the form of a lean and really tall African-American man, six feet and five inches, easily dwarfing over all the other characters in the Candyman movies. His attire consists of a large, brown fur trenchcoat, a white cravat around his neck, gray pants, a pair of polished leather shoes and a bloody hook in place for his right hand, which he uses to mutilate his victims. His trenchcoat is used in order to conceal his grotesque mutilations, the product of the torture that he suffered shortly before his death. Underneath it reveals candyman’s skinless ribcage and hollowed-out abdomen, as well as his internal organs that are being infested by the many bees living within him. His hair is jet-black and curly, but kept very short
Daniel Robitaille/Candyman was the son of slave; he was an artist and was employed by a landowner. His talent was painting in which he painted a portrait of the landowner’s daughter Caroline, whom he had fallen in love with.
He is the lover to Caroline Sullivan and the father of Isobel Sullivan. He is also the ancestor to Annie Tarrant and Caroline Mckeever . After his death Daniel returns back the earth by the name of Candyman, killing who ever says his name in the mirror with a bloody hook that replaced his hand. www.swissreplica.is
Born in the late 1800’s in New Orleans, Daniel Robitaille was the son of a slave, who possessed a talent; he was able to paint and produce portraits. His father was famous for creating a machine that was able to mass produce shoes after the civil war in America; this allowed Daniel to attend good schools in which the white people had attended.
Daniel grew up in the society where he and his family were accepted. In his mid-20’s Daniel had been hired by a wealthy landowner to paint a portrait capturing his daughter’s virginal beauty, during this time of painting many portraits of the Caroline. The pair had fallen in love she then becomes pregnant with a girl (Named Isobel).
- Candyman (1992)
- Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995)
- Candyman: Day of the Dead (1999)