Andre Linoge's Cane

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Justonequestion

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Hello all. Of all the books I have read, Storm of the Century is my favorite. Yet, the most interesting puzzle in it is Andre Linoge's silver wolf head cane. I also saw the the TV series just to get a better visual of it. Well folk, it is just not enough.

I was hoping the community could assist me in learning all there is to know about the cane and who create the movie prop. This may seem a little excessive, but I hope to one day own a replica of this amazing cane to always remember the story and to always remember my mother who got me hooked on Storm of the Century.

Best,

Jay
 

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Hello all. Of all the books I have read, Storm of the Century is my favorite. Yet, the most interesting puzzle in it is Andre Linoge's silver wolf head cane. I also saw the the TV series just to get a better visual of it. Well folk, it is just not enough.

I was hoping the community could assist me in learning all there is to know about the cane and who create the movie prop. This may seem a little excessive, but I hope to one day own a replica of this amazing cane to always remember the story and to always remember my mother who got me hooked on Storm of the Century.

Best,

Jay
Welcome!

Storm of the Century is one of my favorite Stephen King stories.

“It's a cash and carry world. Sometimes you pay a little. Mostly it's a lot. Sometimes, it's everything you have.”
 

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Hello all. Of all the books I have read, Storm of the Century is my favorite. Yet, the most interesting puzzle in it is Andre Linoge's silver wolf head cane. I also saw the the TV series just to get a better visual of it. Well folk, it is just not enough.

I was hoping the community could assist me in learning all there is to know about the cane and who create the movie prop. This may seem a little excessive, but I hope to one day own a replica of this amazing cane to always remember the story and to always remember my mother who got me hooked on Storm of the Century.

Best,

Jay
Not the creator, but found this info- Walter Klassen
Storm of the Century (TV Mini-Series) (animatronics - 3 episodes)
 

Justonequestion

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Wow, such a warm reception! I think I will stay here for awhile :). Yes, I did try ebay, but no such luck, (maybe I'm not using the right tags) but I am still looking. I did try asking around locally to see if someone could make one custom for me, but they declined.. they import everything and don't do custom work anymore it seems.. I did find some ".CAD" files on the cane, but I think that is for just 3D graphics and not 3D printing.. Not that I would ever attempt such a thing! But the search continues!
@GNTLGNT That is the cane all right! Now to find it the the physical world!

What is crazy, of all the people who where murdered, why Martha Clarendon? Still bothers me to this day. She must have been a real bad apple in her youth or just shock value for the TV show? So many unanswered questions, I love it!
 

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