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Tommy Doyle (Character)
from Halloween (1978)

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Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)
[Opening narration]
Tommy Doyle: When Michael Myers was six years old, he stabbed hs sister to death. He was locked up for years in Smith's Grove Sanitarium, but he escaped. Soon after, Halloween became another word for mayhem! One by one, he killed his entire family, until his nine-year-old niece, Jamie Lloyd, was the only one left alive. Six years ago - Halloween night - Michael and Jamie vanished. Most people believed them dead but I believe someone hid them away. Someone who keeps Michael, protects him... tries to control him. If there's one thing I know, you can't control evil. You can lock it up, burn it, and bury it, and pray that it dies, but it never will. It just... rests awhile. You can lock your doors, and say your prayers, but the evil is out there... waiting. And maybe, just maybe... it's closer than you think!

Barry Simms: There is help for people like you. It's called electroshock therapy. C'mon, you don't really believe Michael Myers is actually alive?
Tommy Doyle: Micahel's work isn't done in Haddonfield, and soon, very soon, he'll come home to kill again. But this time I'll be ready.

[Tommy has a knife to Wynn's throat]
Tommy Doyle: Untie her!
Dr. Wynn: Do as he says! Do it.
[aside]
Dr. Wynn: You should join us, you have talented.
Tommy Doyle: Shut up.

Tommy Doyle: Michael's work is not finished in Haddonfield. And soon, very soon, he'll come back.

Tommy Doyle: I was only 8 years old when I saw him... but I was one of the lucky ones. I survived.

Tommy Doyle: Where are they? Where's Kara? I feel like I've been drugged.
Doctor Sam Loomis: We have been drugged.
Tommy Doyle: I don't understand, why didn't they kill us when they had the chance?
Doctor Sam Loomis: It's his game, and I know where he wants to play it.

Kara: Where do we go?
Doctor Sam Loomis: As far away from Haddonfield as possible.
Tommy Doyle: Come with us.
Doctor Sam Loomis: No, I have some business to attend to.

Tommy Doyle: [seeing a gun] Doctor Loomis, you know that can't stop Michael.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Nothing can stop Michael, but it can stop Wynn.


Halloween (1978)
Tommy Doyle: Laurie, what's the boogeyman?
Laurie: There's no such thing.

Tommy Doyle: I don't like that story anymore.
Laurie: I thought King Arthur was your favorite.
Tommy Doyle: Not anymore.
[takes a stack of comics from under the couch]
Laurie: Why do you keep them under there?
Tommy Doyle: Mom doesn't like me having them.
Laurie: Laser Man. Neutron Man, I can understand why. Tarantula Man
Tommy Doyle: Laurie, what's the Boogey Man?

Lindsey Wallace: I'm scared!
Laurie: There's nothing to be scared of.
Tommy Doyle: Are you sure?
[Laurie nods]
Tommy Doyle: How?
Laurie: I killed him...
Tommy Doyle: [shouts] But you can't kill the boogie man!

Richie: How is our witch?
Boy: Yeah, our pumpkin?
Tommy Doyle: Leave me alone!
The boys: He's gonna get you, He's gonna get you, He's gonna get you, He's gonna get you!
Richie: Boogeyman is coming!
Tommy Doyle: Leave me alone!
Boy: He doesn't believe us.
Richie: Don't you know what happens on Halloween?
Tommy Doyle: Yeah. We get candies.
The boys: [laugh] Boogeyman, boogeyman, boogeyman!

Tommy Doyle: But I saw the boogeyman! I saw him!
Laurie: Okay, what did he look like?
Tommy Doyle: Ummm...
[pauses and thinks]
Tommy Doyle: the boogeyman!

Tommy Doyle: What about the jack-o-lantern?
Laurie: After the movie.
Tommy Doyle: What about my comics?
Laurie: After the jack-o-lantern.
Tommy Doyle: What about the boogey man?
Laurie: There's no such thing.

Tommy Doyle: [screaming hysterically] It's the boogeyman! The boogeyman's outside!
Laurie: Oh Tommy, stop it! You're scaring Lindsey. There's nobody out there, now if you don't stop this I'm going to have to turn the TV off and send you to bed.
Tommy Doyle: Nobody believes me!
Lindsey Wallace: I believe you, Tommy.

Laurie: [Tommy's scared of the boogeyman] We're getting nowhere. Look, the boogeyman can only come out on Halloween right? Well I'm here, I'm not about to let anything happen to you.
Tommy Doyle: Promise?
Laurie: Promise.


Halloween (2007)
Tommy Doyle: I heard that on Halloween night, the boogeyman comes out at night and attacks kids.
Laurie Strode: He likes to eat little boys like you.

Tommy Doyle: That is not appropriate babysitter behavior!

Laurie Strode: [after talking to Annie on the phone] Guess what, Tommy.
Tommy Doyle: What?
Laurie Strode: Lindsay Wallace is coming over!
Tommy Doyle: What? She can't come over here! What if the guys see her?
Laurie Strode: So?
Tommy Doyle: 1: She's a girl. 2: She's not a boy. And 3: She smells like you.
Laurie Strode: This is going to be a long night.
Tommy Doyle: ...for the both of us.