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The Many Victims of Freddy Krueger

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Average listal rating (21 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Tina Grey
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

The first and one of the most memorable death scenes in not only the first film, but in the entire franchise. In her second nightmare while walking into an alley, Tina hears a noise behind her and turns to see the lid of a trash can rolling towards her before settling on the ground. She is then confronted by an image of Freddy Krueger. She runs from him into her backyard towards her house and bangs on the back door, crying out for Nancy to let her in. Unfortunately, Freddy grabs her and the two tumble on the floor. After a brief struggle, Freddy gets the upperhand and begins killing her. Outside of the dream, Rod awakens to find Tina under attack, being slashed, levitating from her bed and flying around the room. Rod is knocked helpless in a corner by Tina's spinning body from where he watches in horror as Tina is dragged up the wall and across the ceiling before finally dropping dead.

"This... is God."
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Average listal rating (7 ratings) 4.7 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Rod Lane
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

While asleep in his prison cell, Rod notices his bedsheets wrap around his neck, dragging him out of bed and hanging him from the prison window. Because of circumstances, Rod's death is ruled as a suicide.
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Average listal rating (3270 ratings) 8.7 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Glen Lantz
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

The most famous death scene in the first film and in my opinion, the best one in not only the entire Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, but in the history of horror movies. After midnight, Glen falls asleep while watching his TV and listening to music. Ultimately, he falls victim to Freddy Krueger and in the real world; Freddy drags him into his bed after a giant hole emerges. A geyser of blood then spews out of the hole onto the ceiling, as Glen's body rises from the fountain of blood, then falls onto his bed.
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Character: Marge Thompson
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

After Nancy covers Freddy Krueger in gasoline and sets him on fire, Krueger rapidly runs to her parents' bedroom and strangles and burns her mother, Marge, to death.
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Character: Coach Schneider
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

As he is about to have a drink, Coach Schneider appears from behind, wearing S&M leather attire, and takes Jesse back to the school gym to run more laps. Then Schneider sends Jesse to the showers. As Jesse showers, Freddy Krueger makes the sports equipment come to life and wrap around his wrists and drag him to the locker room showers. The ropes then tie him to the shower pipes, and Schneider is then stripped naked. Freddy then makes a towel whip Schneider in the ass and Jesse vanishes into the shower stream. Freddy emerges from the stream and slashes Schneider's back with his claws, killing him.
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Character: Ron Grady
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

When Ron falls asleep, Freddy assumes control of Jesse again, gets a stranglehold of Ron, killing him.
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Character: One of six guests who were murdered by Freddy at a pool party
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

Freddy takes control of Jesse once again and returns to Lisa's house where he attacks Lisa and kills six guests (boiling some in the pool and burning some to death, while stabbing others). One of the pool party guests was accidently trampled on.

Bar-B-Que Boy: "I'm here to help you."
Freddy Krueger: "Help yourself, fucker!"
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Average listal rating (3 ratings) 8.7 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Kerry Hellman
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

At the end of the film when she, Lisa and Jesse are talking on the bus, Kerry tells Jesse that his nightmares are all over. Suddenly, Freddy's clawed glove bursts through her chest, killing her as Jesse and Lisa scream in terror.
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Character: Phillip Anderson
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

While Phillip is asleep, one of the dolls created by him transforms into Freddy. Freddy then uses his glove to slice open Phillip's arms and legs, then pulls out his tendons to use them as strings and operated Phillip like a marionette. Freddy makes Phillip walk to a window, and as the camera pans out, it shows a giant Freddy above cutting the strings, making him fall to his death as Phillip's friends and fellow patients watch in horror. The second best death scene in the entire franchise in my opinion.
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Character: Jennifer Caulfield
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

One night, Jennifer is sitting on the couch in the REC room watching TV and smoking some cigarettes left in an ashtray. She is seen watching a talk show with Zsa Zsa Gabor and Dick Cavett. She begins to doze off only to wake herself up immediately by burning herself with the cigarettes to stay awake. Shortly, she dozes off again when suddenly on the TV, Cavett turns into Freddy Krueger and attacks Gabor before the TV goes static.

Dick Cavett: "Can I ask you something?"
Zsa Zsa Gabor: "Certainly."
Freddy Krueger: "Who gives a fuck what you think?!"

When her remote fails to change the channel, she gets up and turns it manually, but to no avail. Frustrated, she knocks on the TV when two giant, mechanical hands emerge from the sides of the TV grabbing her and lifting her up. Freddy's head emerges from the TV, and he shoves Jennifer's head through the screen, electrocuting and killing her.

"This is it, Jennifer, your big break in TV! Welcome to prime time, bitch!"
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Character: Taryn White
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

Taryn finds herself trapped after a wall appears behind her and faces against Freddy in a one on one battle. Taryn puts up a good effort but Freddy materializes her fear by turning his fingers into syringes and injects them into her arms, causing her veins to rush to her head and slowly kill her.

"What a rush."

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Character: Will Stanton
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

In the dream realm, Will finds himself in a narrow hallway and is attacked by a wheelchair with spikes that is controlled by Freddy who is standing behind it. The wheelchair injures his legs, but then Will uses his magical powers to stop the wheelchair in its tracks. Will then attacks Freddy with his wizard lightning which seems to have an affect until Freddy grabs Will, lifts him up and pins him against the wall. Freddy then kills him by stabbing him in the chest with his clawed glove.

"Sorry, kid. I don't believe in fairy tales!"
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Average listal rating (47 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Donald Thompson
Appearances: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

In a junkyard, Donald Thompson and Dr. Neil Gordon dig up the remains of Freddy Krueger. Suddenly, the skeleton gets up and attacks Dr. Gordon. Thompson tries to attack the skeleton of Krueger, but is stabbed in the stomach by his bladed claw and raised in midair. Freddy then throws Donald onto one of the junked cars, with a shard impaling him through the heart, killing him.
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Character: Nancy Thompson
Appearances: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

The main protagonist of the original film, and the deuteragonist of the third film. In the dream realm in the third film, Freddy tricks Nancy when he appears as her father, Donald, and stabs her in the ribs and stomach with his clawed glove. After rising a final time to stab Freddy with his own glove before he could get to Kristen, Nancy dies, and Krueger disappears as Neil covers Freddy's remains in holy water and a crucifix, and buries the remains.
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Average listal rating (5 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Roland Kincaid
Appearances: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987), A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

Trapped in the dream world, Roland meets his end. Freddy grabs him by the front of his shirt and thrusts his razor-sharp glove into his stomach. As Roland dies, Freddy announces that there are two to go. Kincaid appears back in his bedroom, clutching to his chest before finally dying.

Roland: "I'll see you in Hell."
Freddy Krueger: "Tell 'em Freddy sent ya!"
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Character: Joey Crusel
Appearances: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987), A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

While he is asleep one night, Joey has a dream in which a naked woman from a poster is swimming inside his waterbed. The woman then disappears and Freddy slashes his way through the waterbed. He then grabs Joey and dunks him, in which proceeds to stab him with his blades, then drown him to death, leaving behind a pool of blood.

"How's THIS for a wet dream?
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Character: Kristen Parker (portrayed by Patricia Arquette in Dream Warriors)
Appearances: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987), A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

The main protagonist of the third film and the last of the Dream Warriors to die by Freddy's blades. Kristen is drugged by her mother at dinner, who notices that Kristen has quit sleeping again. Dizzy and close to passing out, Kristen tries to call Alice Johnson for help before falling asleep. Kristen remembers Alice's advice about controlling her dreams and dreaming into a good place and she ends up on a beach. Unfortunately, Freddy invades her dream, burying her through the sand and sending her into his boiler room hideout on 1428 Elm Street. He then fights Kristen and forces her to call Alice into her dream in order to have someone new bring him more victims. Kristen charges towards Freddy in order to protect Alice, but is grabbed by Freddy and thrown into the fiery furnace, slowly burning to death. Before Kristen dies, she passes her power to pull people into dreams to Alice, but the power passes through Freddy first, taking a part of himself with it. In reality, Kristen's room is ignited in flames.

"Elm Street's last brat. Farewell."
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Average listal rating (2 ratings) 8.5 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Sheila Kopecky
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

The first victim of Freddy Krueger who is not an Elm Street child. Trapped in her desk, Sheila screams for one of the other students to help her, unaware that Alice was trapped in her desk as well. At this point in the dream, Freddy appears at the teacher's desk, and when he comes up to Sheila, he asks if she wants to "suck face". He grabs her and starts kissing her to which he sucks all the air right out of her until she was a dried-up husk. In the real world, it appears as if Sheila was suffering an asthma attack.

"Wanna suck face?"
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Average listal rating (4 ratings) 5.3 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Rick Johnson
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

Rick passes out in the bathroom stall at Springwood High School and finds himself in a deadly dream. First, he is interrupted in the stall by a group of cheerleaders with pom-poms, with Alice watching in bewilderment. The cheerleaders back up, pulling Alice away with them. Moving to the stall, he then sees Kristen in the mirror, who turns to him to reveal her face blackened and charred. Falling back, the stall turns into a rusted elevator that falls fast. When the elevator stops, Rick finds himself trapped in a kung fu fight with an invisible Freddy Krueger. Cocky once he gets the upperhand on Freddy by honing in on him and knocking off his glove, Rick taunts him. However, Freddy makes his glove lift off from the floor and fly across the room, impaling Rick through the chest, killing him.

"Sayonara, Rick-san!"
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Character: Debbie Stevens
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

When lifting a barbell on a weight lift bench, Debbie falls asleep. While dreaming, she continues working on her muscles until Freddy Krueger appears and grabs the barbell, then pushes it down so far that it breaks open her elbows like wishbones. Her arms then fall off and insect legs sprout. Panicking, Debbie runs away and is later stuck on a floor of glue, which later reveals to be a roach trap, ending up face down. While attempting to pull her face away from the glue, she turns into a cockroach as her face is torn away and the entire roach emerges from her body. Freddy looks in the trap, and, like any human being would do to a cockroach, crushes the trap, killing her. The scariest death scene in "The Dream Master", as it feels like the donkey transformation scene from "Pinocchio" raised up to eleven.

"You can check in, but you can't check out."
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Average listal rating (4 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Dan Jordan
Appearances: A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988), A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)

As Dan is rushing to see Alice, he hears a voice on the radio that he recognizes as his mother, who is chastising him for throwing his life away by running away with Alice. The truck suddenly begins to go amok as Freddy shows up in the passenger's seat of the truck tormenting Dan. The truck is stopped abruptly, throwing Dan back out onto the poolside area.

Danny's Mom: "I'm calling about my wayward ex-son Daniel, who has been acting like an ungrateful, unmanagable dickweed ever since he was seduced by that bimbo, slut, whore Alice!"
Freddy Krueger: "If I were you, lady, I'd kill the ungrateful piggy."

Dan tries to get into another truck, but finds it locked, so he settles for a nearby motorcycle. As he rides down the road, the bike transforms into Freddy and traps Dan, prohibiting him to escape, embedding him with wires, electrocuting him, and eventually turning him into a hideous-looking cyborg completely fused with the bike. He awakens in time to get involved in a head-on collision that kills him instantly. His death was dismissed as an accident.

"Hey, Danny! Better not dream and drive!"
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Character: Greta Gibson
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)

The same night at a dinner party Racine was holding to promote her daughter's future modelling career, Greta falls asleep at the table. The dream starts out with Greta arguing with her mother about her eating habits, when Freddy comes in and traps Greta in a modified high chair. He serves up a plate containing a self-image replica doll of herself which he dubs a "Filet de Barbie", which he then cuts open and begins to force-feed its organs while the dream versions of the partygoers, and Racine, all laugh at her. Greta's cheeks swell up in size from the organs Freddy shoves into her mouth. Freddy then mocks her by saying, "You are what you eat!" revealing that he has been feeding Greta her own organs the entire time. Greta starts crying in frustration in pain as Freddy mockingly holds her in his arms, before shaking her violently. In the real world, Greta stands up and starts choking while her arms were shaking from Freddy shaking her, but none of the partygoers understand what was going on. At Alice's home, Greta's dreamself appears through her refrigerator door, crying for help. Alice tries to pull her out, only to have Freddy snatch her back into the refrigerator. In the real world, Greta continues to choke, then dies moments later.

"Bon appetit, bitch!"
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Average listal rating (1 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Mark Gray
Appearance: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)

While trying to stay awake to help Alice stop Freddy, Mark falls asleep and is pulled into the dream world. The world is in black and white like the comic he was reading at the time, with only Mark in full color. Freddy taunts Mark with Greta's body and shows her as a broken doll. Enraged, Mark uses his dream power to become the comic book hero "The Phantom Prowler" and riddles Freddy with bullets. But soon, Freddy gets the upperhand by transforming into "Super-Freddy", and turns Mark into paper and shredding him to pieces. In the real world, after he is killed, Mark's death appears on the previously blank comic book panels.

"Faster than a bastard maniac! More powerful than a loco madman! It's... SUPER FREDDY!"
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Character: Carlos Rodriguez
Appearance: Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

When Carlos falls asleep, Freddy appears in the form of his mother, who slaps him not long before turning into Freddy and inserting a super-sized Q-tip through his ear. Freddy then slices off Carlos’s ear drum and takes his hearing aid. He then plays on Carlos’s inability to hear by running behind him, dancing and shouting. When Carlos demands that Freddy give him back his hearing, Freddy complies, except the hearing aid acts as a parasite, latching onto Carlos’s ear. The amplification of the hearing has been turned up, making even the quietest sounds such as a faucet dripping and pins falling on the floor 10 times louder. Freddy kills Carlos by scratching a chalkboard with glove until his head explodes, causing his body to fall away.

"Nice hearing from ya, Carlos!"
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Character: Spencer Lewis
Appearance: Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

During Spencer’s hallucinogenic state, he sees a “Brain on Drug” spoof commercial (with a cameo by Johnny Depp) where Freddy Krueger knocks out the host with a frying pan. Afterwards, Freddy produces a trippy background, which extends out from the TV screen and sucks Spencer into the TV, which in the real world is severely broken.

Johnny Depp: "All right, once again: this is your brain. And this is your brain on drugs. Any questions?"
Freddy Krueger: "Yeah! What are YOU on? Looks like a frying pan and some eggs to me!"

Spencer finds himself in a video game with the enemies being controlled by Freddy. The enemies of the game appear in the form of Spencer’s dad which repeatedly chant “Be like me!” Spencer subdues the first enemy by beating him with his own tennis racquet, but then a giant version of the enemy appears and knocks Spencer into a tree. Spencer then eats an apple off the tree which transforms him into “Super Spencer”, where he shoots projectiles and destroys the enemies. Finally, an enemy in the form of Freddy whips Spencer with a towel towards the end of a cliff with multiple enemy dads. Tracy and John Doe find Freddy’s room and unplug his controller. However, what they failed to realize was that Freddy was donning the Power Glove the entire and whips Spencer with his towel, sending him into the crowd of enemies.

"Hey, you forgot the Power Glove!"

In the real world, Spencer is being controlled by an unknown force where he breaks walls, runs around, and finally ends up at the top of the staircase. A rug moves to reveal a hole at the bottom of the floor. After Freddy whips him with a towel for a final time, Spencer falls down the stairs into the hole, where he dies. When Spencer hits the bottom of the hole, his blood later flows inside of the TV.

"What do you know? I beat my high score!"

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Character: John Doe
Appearance: Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

The last surviving teenager from Springwood. Along with Tracy, John goes into the dream world to rescue Spencer, but fails. Still trapped in the dream world, he encounters Freddy where he cockingly says he knows why he let him live. Unfortunately, it turns out that John wasn’t Freddy’s son, as Freddy slowly cuts into the parachute that John is holding onto. It’s then revealed that Freddy only let him live long enough so he could become reunited with his daughter, Maggie. Realizing that he had been nothing more than a pawn, John falls to his death screaming as he lands on a bed of spikes, impaling him. Easily the dumbest death scene in the entire franchise.
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Average listal rating (38 ratings) 4.7 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Charles "Chuck" Wilson
Appearance: Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994)

Impaled by Freddy's glove after coming to life.
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Character: Terrance "Terry" Feinstein
Appearance: Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994)

Impaled by Freddy's glove after coming to life.
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Average listal rating (3 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 0
Character: Chase Porter
Appearance: Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994)

As Chase falls asleep while driving, Freddy's clawed glove comes through the seat and soon slashes Chase's chest, causing him to crash the car, killing him in an accident.
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Character: Julie Peyton McKenna
Appearance: Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994)

While Dylan is put to sleep by a nurse, Freddy uses his dreams to come and attack his babysitter Julie. Freddy brutally murders her in front of Dylan by stabbing her in the back, dragging her body up the walls and ceilings, and snapping her neck. She dies as she tries reaching out to Dylan one last time.

"Hey, Dylan. Ever play 'skin the cat'?"
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Character: Mark Davis
Appearance: Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

While reminiscing about his brother, Mark is in the bathroom. As he walks out of the bathroom, he sees that the tub is full of blood. Freddy rises from the blood and looks at him, telling him that he just wants him to send a little message for him. Mark refuses to do so, enraging Freddy, who lifts him off the ground, saying that he would have to pass on that message himself. Freddy then throws Mark across the room and sets him on fire. In the real world, Mark is on fire and running around the room while Lori and Will watch. He then hits the window, begging for them to help. A few seconds later, Mark comes back up with four claws slashing his face diagonally, and falls to the ground dead.

Freddy Krueger: "I need you to send a little message for me. That's all. Just a little message."
Mark Davis: "I'm not gonna do it. I WON'T DO IT!"
Freddy Krueger: "NO?!"
Mark Davis: "I won't do it."
Freddy Krueger: "I'll have to pass that message myself, won't I?"
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Freddy Krueger is one of if not the most iconic movie villains in the horror genre. With his creative ways to torture and kill his victims in their dreams, he is definitely a force to be reckoned with. Seeing as Wes Craven, the creator of the Nightmare on Elm Street films, died not too long ago, here's a complete list of his victims throughout the entire franchise (not counting that POS remake from 2010).

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