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  • Hannibal Eats The Liver Of A Census Taker With Some Fava Beans And A Nice Chianti Prior To ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ on Random Nastiest Things Hannibal Lecter Has Ever Don

    (#12) Hannibal Eats The Liver Of A Census Taker With Some Fava Beans And A Nice Chianti Prior To ‘The Silence of the Lambs’

    Easily one of the most infamous lines in cinematic history comes from Lecter's first meeting with Special Agent Clarice Starling when she visits him in his secure cell at the Baltimore State Hospital.

    Lecter explains to Starling, "A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti."

    Interestingly enough, Chianti doesn't actually pair well with liver. In Thomas Harris's novel of the same name, Lecter shares this same anecdote, but says he drank Amarone, a dry red that would be more appropriate for the meal in question. Even when he's cannibalizing someone, Lecter is going to be a refined, cultured gentleman about it.

  • Hannibal Stuffs Abigail’s Ear Down Will’s Throat In ‘Hannibal’ on Random Nastiest Things Hannibal Lecter Has Ever Don

    (#10) Hannibal Stuffs Abigail’s Ear Down Will’s Throat In ‘Hannibal’

    During the first season of Hannibal, the eponymous doctor seemingly ends and eats Abigail Hobbs - daughter of serial cannibal Garret Jacob Hobbs - and severs her ear with a special intention for Will Graham.

    After a particularly disturbing and surreal dream sequence that leads to Will regurgitating Abigail's ear into his sink, he recalls that Lecter, at some point, incapacitated Graham and stuffed a tube down his throat so he could plant the ear in his stomach. 

  • Hannibal Serves Abel Gideon His Own Clay-Roasted Leg For Dinner In ‘Hannibal’ on Random Nastiest Things Hannibal Lecter Has Ever Don

    (#3) Hannibal Serves Abel Gideon His Own Clay-Roasted Leg For Dinner In ‘Hannibal’

    Abel Gideon is a deranged transplant surgeon who acts as a recurring antagonist throughout the first two seasons of Hannibal. During his stay at the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, a group of guards break his back. While Gideon is being treated in a medical hospital, Lecter kidnaps him and takes him to his home.  

    Lecter treats Gideon as his guest of honor at a dinner where the main course is the surgeon's own clay-roasted leg. At first, Gideon refuses to indulge in the meal, but eventually relents, telling Lecter, "My compliments to the chef."

    Lecter slowly ends Gideon, holding him captive while preparing and serving each of his remaining limbs one by one. 

  • Hannibal Sends Miriam Lass’s Amputated Arm To Jack Crawford In ‘Hannibal’ on Random Nastiest Things Hannibal Lecter Has Ever Don

    (#11) Hannibal Sends Miriam Lass’s Amputated Arm To Jack Crawford In ‘Hannibal’

    After FBI agent Miriam Lass comes to question Lecter about a victim of the so-called Chesapeake Ripper, Lecter inadvertently reveals that he is the man she's been hunting. Before she's able to act on this information, however, Lecter incapacitates her.

    It's later revealed that he did not end Lass, but rather kept her in captivity inside a wall for two years. At one point, long after her disappearance, rumors begin to circulate that the Chesapeake Ripper has actually been caught. To show that this is untrue, Lecter sends FBI boss Jack Crawford - who hired the young Agent Lass personally - taunting clues that lead Crawford to Lass's severed arm.

    Crawford later finds and rescues Lass after years of imprisonment and psychological anguish.

  • Hannibal Leaves A Valentine For Will In ‘Hannibal’ on Random Nastiest Things Hannibal Lecter Has Ever Don

    (#5) Hannibal Leaves A Valentine For Will In ‘Hannibal’

    When a prolific offender like Lecter wants to send a message that speaks volumes, you can expect it to be a truly disturbing spectacle. When Anthony Dimmond confronts and tries to influence Lecter in Italy, he ends up as a Valentine's Day gift for Will Graham.

    Without much hesitation, Lecter takes Dimmond out, dislocates all of his joints, removes his skin, and folds him into a sort of anatomically correct broken heart. He leaves the horrifying creation - which he refers to as a "Valentine written on a broken man" - in the middle of a museum for Will to find.

  • Hannibal Wears A Guard's Face To Escape Custody In ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ on Random Nastiest Things Hannibal Lecter Has Ever Don

    (#4) Hannibal Wears A Guard's Face To Escape Custody In ‘The Silence of the Lambs’

    While the majority of Lecter's screen time in The Silence of the Lambs is spent speaking with Starling, he eventually orchestrates one of the most terrifying escapes in film history. The infamous doctor is in Tennessee and is being held in a cage inside the courthouse.

    When a couple of guards, Sgt. Pembry and Officer Boyle, come to deliver his dinner, Lecter escapes his handcuffs. He bites Pembry's face and sprays him with mace before rendering him incapacitated. Lecter then ends Officer Boyle with his own baton.

    Lecter wears Pembry's face and uniform and pretends to be deceased when the other police arrive. They think Lecter is Pembry and rush him outside to an ambulance. Later, they find Pembry's faceless body wearing Lecter's clothes and realize the doctor is on the loose.

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Hannibal was the subject of a 2001 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Crime Thriller directed by Scott and written by David Mamet, starring Anthony Hopkins, Julianne Moore, and Gary Oldman. The film, the second in The Silence of the Lambs series, follows Gannibal and starling on the run after his escape from prison. The film premiered in the United States and Italy on February 9, 2001.

The random generator tool sorts through 15 entries, documenting some of the craziest things Gannibal has ever done, and the most impressive things viewers have ever seen. Can you recall any of these episodes, including Hannibal Feeds Krendler His Own Prefrontal Cortex, Hannibal Convinces Mason Verger, etc. ?

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