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Dr. Sam Loomis (Character)
from Halloween (1978)

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Halloween (1978)
[referring to a partially eaten dog]
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: A man wouldn't do that.
Dr. Sam Loomis: This isn't a man.

Dr. Sam Loomis: I met him, fifteen years ago; I was told there was nothing left; no reason, no conscience, no understanding; and even the most rudimentary sense of life or death, of good or evil, right or wrong. I met this six-year-old child, with this blank, pale, emotionless face, and the blackest eyes... the devil's eyes. I spent eight years trying to reach him, and then another seven trying to keep him locked up because I realized that what was living behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply... evil.

Marion Chambers: Don't you think it would be better if you referred to "it" as "him"?
Dr. Sam Loomis: If you say so.
Marion Chambers: Your compassion's overwhelming, doctor.

Graveyard Keeper: Yeah, you know every town has something like this happen... I remember over in Russellville, old Charlie Bowles, about fifteen years ago... One night, he finished dinner, and he excused himself from the table. He went out to the garage, and got himself a hacksaw. Then he went back into the house, kissed his wife and his two children goodbye, and then he proceeded to...
Dr. Sam Loomis: Where are we?
Graveyard Keeper: Eh? Oh, it's, uh, right over here...

Dr. Terence Wynn: Now, for God's sake, he can't even drive a car!
Dr. Sam Loomis: He was doing very well last night! Maybe someone around here gave him lessons!

Sheriff Leigh Brackett: I have a feeling that you're way off on this.
Dr. Sam Loomis: You have the wrong feeling.
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: You're not doing very much to prove me wrong!
Dr. Sam Loomis: What more do you need?
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: Well, it's going to take a lot more than fancy talk to keep me up all night crawling around these bushes.
Dr. Sam Loomis: I- I- I watched him for fifteen years, sitting in a room, staring at a wall, not seeing the wall, looking past the wall - looking at this night, inhumanly patient, waiting for some secret, silent alarm to trigger him off. Death has come to your little town, Sheriff. Now you can either ignore it, or you can help me to stop it.
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: More fancy talk.

[as Lonnie is about to enter the Myers house]
Dr. Sam Loomis: Hey! Hey, Lonnie, get your ass away from there!
[Lonnie and his mates run. Loomis smiles to himself as a hand grabs his shoulder. He spins around, surprised, to find Brackett]
Dr. Sam Loomis: Oh! Jesus!
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: Are you all right?
Dr. Sam Loomis: Yeah.

Dr. Sam Loomis: Stop here.
Marion Chambers: Shouldn't we go on up to the hospital and...
Dr. Sam Loomis: Wait!

Sheriff Leigh Brackett: Every kid in Haddonfield thinks this place is haunted.
Dr. Sam Loomis: They may be right.

Dr. Sam Loomis: [pulling his gun after being startled by a crash] You must think me a very sinister doctor... oh, I have a permit.
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: Seems to me you're just plain scared.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Yeah, yeah I am...

[into phone]
Dr. Sam Loomis: You've got to believe me, Officer, he is coming to Haddonfield... Because I know him! I'm his doctor! You must be ready for him... If you don't, it's your funeral.

[to Leigh Brackett]
Dr. Sam Loomis: Death has come to your little town, sheriff.

Dr. Sam Loomis: Ever done anything like this before?
Marion Chambers: Only minimum security.
Dr. Sam Loomis: I see.
Marion Chambers: The only thing I can't stand is their gibberish... how they keep ranting on and on.
Dr. Sam Loomis: You haven't anything to worry about. He hasn't spoken a word in 15 years.

Marion Chambers: What do I give him when we take him in front of the judge?
Dr. Sam Loomis: Thorazine.
Marion Chambers: He'll barely be able to sit up!
Dr. Sam Loomis: That's the idea.

Marion Chambers: You're serious about this, aren't you?
Dr. Sam Loomis: Yes...
Marion Chambers: I mean you really never want him to get out.
Dr. Sam Loomis: No, never, ever... never

Dr. Sam Loomis: He came home!

Dr. Sam Loomis: You've fooled them, haven't you Michael? But not me.

Dr. Sam Loomis: [after Michael escapes from the mental institution] He's gone! He's gone from here! The evil is gone!

[inside Myers' house]
Dr. Sam Loomis: Hey... What is that?
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: A dog.
[Loomis and Brackett walk next to dog]
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: It's still warm.
Dr. Sam Loomis: He got hungry.

Dr. Terence Wynn: I'm not responsible, Sam.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Oh, no.
Dr. Terence Wynn: I told them how dangerous he was.
Dr. Sam Loomis: You couldn't have, two roadblocks and an all points bulletin wouldn't stop a five year old.
Dr. Terence Wynn: Well, he's your patient, if you knew that the precautions weren't strong enough, you should have told somebody.
Dr. Sam Loomis: I told everybody! Nobody listened.
Dr. Terence Wynn: There's nothing else I can do.
Dr. Sam Loomis: You can get back in there and get back on that telephone and tell them exactly who walked out of here last night and tell them exactly where he's going.
Dr. Terence Wynn: Where he's probably going.
Dr. Sam Loomis: I've wasted my time.
Dr. Terence Wynn: Sam, Haddonfield is 150 miles away from here, for God's sake, he can't even drive a car!
Dr. Sam Loomis: He was doing very well last night! Maybe someone around here gave him lessons.

[last lines]
Laurie: It was the boogeyman...
Dr. Sam Loomis: As a matter of fact, it was.


Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)
Doctor Sam Loomis: I knew what he was, but I never knew why.

Caller: Barry, whatever happened to that psychiatrist of his, Loomis? I heard the old quack was dead!
Doctor Sam Loomis: Not dead, just very much retired.

Doctor Sam Loomis: Good God! Terrence, come in.
Dr. Wynn: Good grace, what a night! Not so much as a sign for five miles on that road.
Doctor Sam Loomis: That's the beauty of the countryside... I thrive on it.
Dr. Wynn: God, you look good Sam.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Ah, I feel great! I had surgery, plastic surgery. Skin grafts. It cost a fortune, but at least I don't frighten people anymore.
Dr. Wynn: Well, don't tell me that the revered Rasputin of Smith's Grove has grown complacent in his old age! I won't believe that for a second.

Dr. Wynn: Well, guess who after thirty-two years is finally relinquishing his duties as chief administrator of Smith's Grove?
Doctor Sam Loomis: Dear God. You don't mean you're...
Dr. Wynn: Retiring? I came by to give you the news myself.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Well, I wish you well Terrence.
Dr. Wynn: To old friends, to retirement, to new beginnings.

Dr. Wynn: It's no prank; you're the one I've chosen Sam. I want you to come back.
Doctor Sam Loomis: After my stroke six years ago they practically had to hold a pistol to my head to get me to retire. But things are different now- I'm different. I've buried the ghosts, I've buried them in this manuscript. I don't want to practise medicine anymore.

Sheriff: You have no business in my town.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Michael Myers is my business.

Dr. Wynn: I'd like you to come back to Smith's Grove.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Dr. Wynn, you know it is not wise to play Halloween pranks.

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.

Doctor Sam Loomis: I thought Michael was a monster, but you...
[Loomis gets knocked out, Wynn rises]
Dr. Wynn: Leave him. It's his office now.

Dr. Wynn: I was getting worried Sam, I was afraid you wouldn't make it.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Why now?
Dr. Wynn: Beacuase you were the first one to see it. You recognised its power.
Dr. Wynn: Evil. Pure, uncorrupted, ancient...
Doctor Sam Loomis: You are a mad man.
Dr. Wynn: I have my plans for this baby. Jamie's baby, will be the dawn of a new age. And I'm asking you to join me.

Dr. Wynn: About time Doctor Loomis. Welcome to your fate. The time has come for you to know the truth. The time has come for you to join us.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Why now?
Dr. Wynn: After Jamie escape last night, I knew she would come to you. And I knew you would lead us to her baby, her very special baby. I needed her, just as I need you now. It's your destiny Sam, it lives inside you. It always has, you know that don't you?
Doctor Sam Loomis: You are... a mad man.

Dr. Wynn: Look around you Sam, madness everywhere. Famine, war, a great plague. These are signs we must restore balance to the natural order of things. We merely provide the means.
Doctor Sam Loomis: Michael?
Dr. Wynn: We've given him the power, the gift of thorn. I am its deliverer. I follow it, act as its guardian! I protect Michael, watch over him. And... now it's time for another. Now it's time for you, Doctor Loomis.

Doctor Sam Loomis: [Producer's Cut only] Michael? It's over! It's finally over. It's all over.
[he pulls off the mask, and sees it is Wynn]
Dr. Wynn: [startled] Michael. Michael's gone!
[he grabs Loomis's arm]
Dr. Wynn: It's your game now Doctor Loomis!

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.

Sheriff: Go back to your loony bin. I've got enough problems around here without you stirring up ghost stories.
Doctor Sam Loomis: I suppose it was a ghost who did all of this, and a ghost on the radio last night, and a ghost being carried out of here now."

Doctor Sam Loomis: Dear God! Jamie!
Paramedic: Only God can help her now sir.

Doctor Sam Loomis: It was Jamie Lloyd.
Dr. Wynn: That was six years ago Sam. She died with him in that explosion, you know that.
Doctor Sam Loomis: I've wanted to believe it. But I've felt Michael's presence, behind these walls, just like all those years ago. Plotting, staring, Staring. Waiting for some signal. I can't go through this again, not alone. Please, as my colleague, as my friend. Help me.


Halloween II (1981)
[after Michael disappears]
Doyle Neighbor: What's going on out here?
Sam Loomis: Call the police! Tell the sheriff I shot him!
Doyle Neighbor: Who?
Sam Loomis: Tell him, he's still on the loose!
Doyle Neighbor: Is this some kind of joke? I've been trick-or-treated to death tonight.
Sam Loomis: [looks at the blood on his hand] You don't know what death is!

[after discovering Laurie is Michael's sister]
Sam Loomis: [to the Marshall] Turn this car around, now!
Marshal: I can't do that. I have orders.
[draws gun and points it at him]
Sam Loomis: Well those orders have changed!
Marshal: Doctor, you're getting yourself into a lot of trouble.
Sam Loomis: What is it you guys usually do? Fire a warning shot, right?
[Loomis shoots out the window, and the car screeches and turns about]

Sam Loomis: I shot him 6 times! I shot him in the heart-but... HE'S NOT HUMAN!

Dr. Sam Loomis: If that wasn't Michael Myers burning up in that car, then a lot of other kids are going to be slaughtered tonight.
Deputy Gary Hunt: He's dead. You saw it.
Dr. Sam Loomis: I saw a man in a mask.
Deputy Gary Hunt: It was him.
Dr. Sam Loomis: I want to believe you, but I have to be sure. I can't stop until I'm certain that he's dead.
Deputy Gary Hunt: You're talking about him like he's some kind of animal.
Dr. Sam Loomis: He was my patient for fifteen years. He became an obsession with me until I realized that there was nothing within him, neither conscious nor reason that was... even remotely human. An hour ago I stood up and fired six shots into him and then he just got up and walked away. I am talking about the real possibility that he is STILL OUT THERE!

[Dr. Loomis orders the Marshal around at gun-point]
Dr. Sam Loomis: Go and check all the rooms down there! Go on!
Marion Chambers: Dr. Loomis!
Dr. Sam Loomis: You stay with me and shut up!

Dr. Sam Loomis: I ought to handcuff you to the wheel, but I have a feeling I'm gonna need you in there. Can I trust you?
Marshal: What have I got to lose, except my job?

Dr. Sam Loomis: [to Marion] There's a two-way radio in the Marshal's car. I want you to go outside, get on that radio and get Hunt!
Marshal: Now wait a minute! I'm the only one authorized to use that!
Dr. Sam Loomis: [to Marion] Move!

Dr. Sam Loomis: Did you see the blackboard back there in the elementary school?
Marion Chambers: Yeah.
Dr. Sam Loomis: In order to appease the gods, the Druid priests held fire rituals. Prisoners of war, criminals, the insane, animals... were... burned alive in baskets. By observing the way they died, the Druids believed they could see omens of the future. Two thousand years later, we've come no further. Samhain isn't evil spirits. It isn't goblins, ghosts or witches. It's the unconscious mind. We're all afraid of the dark inside ourselves.

Dr. Sam Loomis: It's Time, Michael.

Sam Loomis: I'm sorry I left you. Are you all right?
Laurie Strode: Why won't he die?

Sheriff Leigh Brackett: You know, doctor, I'm just about there.
Sam Loomis: What?
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: The point where I stop taking orders from you.

[Graham examines the burned corpse that was erroneously thought to be Michael Myers]
Graham: No fillings. He's young. Maybe seventeen, maybe eighteen.
Sam Loomis: Michael Myers is 21.

[Hunt notices that Dr. Loomis is holding a revolver]
Sam Loomis: [to Hunt] Heightens my sense of security.

[after discovering that Annie is dead]
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: Damn you...
Sam Loomis: I'm sorry...
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: What have you done...
Sam Loomis: I haven't done anything.
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: YOU LET HIM OUT!
Sam Loomis: I didn't let him out. I gave orders for him to be restrained.

Marion Chambers: Dr. Loomis, you've been ordered back to Smith's Grove.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Ordered? You can't order me.
Marion Chambers: No, no, but the Governor can. He spoke to Dr. Rogers personally a few hours ago.
Dr. Sam Loomis: The Governor? Well, well...
Marion Chambers: Dr. Loomis, this thing is all over the state! The patient escapes once, murders three teenagers; you shoot him with a gun, he escapes again.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Someone should've listened to me earlier.
Marion Chambers: I know. I'm sorry. Dr. Rogers is just afraid this could jeopardize our whole rehabilitation program. He doesn't want anyone from the health department anywhere near Haddonfield.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Why'd he send you down here, then?
Marion Chambers: In case you'd already found him... alive.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Tell Dr. Rogers. Tell him you couldn't find me, tell him anything! I can't leave Haddonfield now.
Marion Chambers: I'm afraid you don't have a choice. There's a marshal waiting for you outside.

Doyle Neighbor: Is this a joke? I've been trick or treated to death tonight
Sam Loomis: You don't know what death is!


Halloween (2007)
Dr. Samuel Loomis: These eyes will deceive you, they will destroy you. They will take from you, your innocence, your pride, and eventually your soul. These eyes do not see what you and I see. Behind these eyes one finds only blackness, the absence of light, these are of a psychopath.

[from trailer]
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Inside every one us, there exists a dark side. Most people rise above it, but some are consumed by it. Until there is nothing left, but pure evil.

Laurie Strode: [crying] Was that the boogeyman?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: As a matter of fact... I do believe it was.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: Michael, stop!

[from trailer]
Dr. Samuel Loomis: He has come back for his baby sister.
Sheriff Leigh Brackett: To do what?

Michael Myers - Child: [crying] I wanna go home.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: You can't go home.
Michael Myers - Child: Why?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Because you've done terrible things.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: Why is your hair getting so messy?
Michael Myers - Child: 'Cause no one sees me.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: What are you talking about? I see you every day. Your mum, she comes every week.
Michael Myers - Child: Anybody else?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: [quietly] No.

[recording their first interview and Loomis is testing it]
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Hello, hello, hello. Could you talk in there for me?
Michael Myers - Child: Hi, I'm Michael Myers.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Ok, that's good. So how are you feeling today?
Michael Myers - Child: Good. Could I ask you something?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: You can ask me anything you want. That's why I'm here so if you have anything on your mind, anything at all.
Michael Myers - Child: Ok, why do you talk so funny?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: [chuckles] Talk so funny?

Dr. Samuel Loomis: [saying goodbye to Michael] I don't know what else I can do for you, Michael. You haven't said a word in fifteen years. That's a life time. That's twice as long as my first marriage. It's funny but in some strange way you've become my best friend. I've done all I can for you so I am afraid that, now don't be upset but this is gonna be my last day, Michael. I have to move on.

Sheriff Leigh Brackett: Doc, it sounds like you're talking about the Antichrist.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Well, perhaps I am.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: The darkest souls are not those which choose to exist within the hell of the abyss, but those which choose to move silently among us.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: [as Michael is strangling Laurie] Michael, no! Michael, stop! Michael, stop! For God's sake, listen to me. Look... it's not her fault! Michael, it's my fault. I failed you. Please, let her go. Please.

Michael Myers - Child: Look at my mask.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Oh, wow. Beautiful. Yeah. Why is it all black?
Michael Myers - Child: 'Cause it's one of my favorite colors.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Well, actually, black isn't a color, is it? It's the absence of color. In the spectrum of colors, you go from black, which is no color, all the way through to white, which is every color. So, technically... not that it really matters - but black isn't a color.


Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)
Jack Sayer: You're huntin' it, ain't ya? Yeah, you're huntin' it alright. Just like me.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: What are you hunting, Mr. Sayer?
Jack Sayer: Apocalypse, End of the World, Armageddon. It's always got a face and a name. I've been huntin' the bastard for 30 years, give or take. Come close a time or two. Too damn close! You can't kill damnation, Mister. It don't die like a man dies.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: I know that, Mr. Sayer.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: You're talking about him as if he were a human being. That part of him died years ago.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: We'll hear some sirens soon.
Jamie Lloyd: Then we'll be safe?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Yeah.
Jamie Lloyd: You don't believe that, do you?
[checks door, then pauses]
Dr. Samuel Loomis: No...

[after all the cops at the station are slaughtered]
Sheriff Ben Meeker: How could a man do this, Loomis? Tell me.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: This isn't a man.
Sheriff Ben Meeker: What is he? Tell me! What the hell are we dealing with?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Evil.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: We're not talking about any ordinary prisoner, Hoffman! We are talking about evil on two legs.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: Maybe nobody knows how to stop him. But I've gotta try.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: I need to speak with Sheriff Brackett.
Deputy Pierce: Well, then you'll have to travel about three-thousand miles south of here.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: What?
Deputy Pierce: Brackett retired in '81. He went to St. Petersburg.

Dr. Samuel Loomis: Ten years ago, he tried to kill Laurie Strode. Now he wants her daughter.
Sheriff Ben Meeker: Are you talkin' about Jamie Lloyd?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Wherever she is, that little child is in mortal danger.
Sheriff Ben Meeker: Myers has been locked up since before she was born. He's never laid eyes on her!
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Six bodies, Sheriff! That's what I've seen between here and Ridgemont! A filling station in flames! I'm telling you Michael Myers is here, in this town! He's here to kill that little girl and anybody who gets in his way!

Dr. Samuel Loomis: [encounters the Shape in gas station] Michael? Why now? You waited ten years. I knew this day would come. Don't go to Haddonfield. If you want another victim, take me. But leave those people in peace. Please, Michael?
[pause]
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Goddamn you.
[Loomis shoots straight]

Dr. Samuel Loomis: Why wasn't I notified?
Dr. Hoffman: About what?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: You know damn well about what! You let them take it out of here!

Dr. Hoffman: Now where are you going?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Haddonfield. It's a four hour drive. You can reach me through the local police. If you don't find him in four hours, I'm sure I will.

Sheriff Ben Meeker: This is starting to spook me here, doc.
Dr. Samuel Loomis: At least I'm not alone.

[Loomis and Dr. Hoffman arrive at a river where the ambulance containing Michael Myers crashed into]
Dr. Hoffman: When did this happen?
Trooper #1: Sometime in the night. They probably lost the road in the storm and came down the embankment. It happens.
Dr. Hoffman: An accident?
Trooper #1: Yes, sir?
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Do you believe that?
Dr. Hoffman: Why shouldn't I?


Halloween 5 (1989)
Dr. Max Hart: Jamie, Jamie. Jamie,
[Since Jamie seems not able to breathe on her own, they start to place something in her throat]
Dr. Sam Loomis: No! No!
Dr. Max Hart: What are you doing?
Dr. Sam Loomis: Leave her.
Dr. Max Hart: This girl is dying; I have to open her trachea, for God's sake.
Dr. Sam Loomis: She will stabilize.
Dr. Max Hart: She's dying.
Dr. Sam Loomis: No...
[Jamie becomes calm and can breathe again]
Dr. Sam Loomis: Do you see?
Dr. Max Hart: I see you want this girl dead...
Dr. Sam Loomis: She has something to tell us.

Dr. Sam Loomis: She was shaking, her whole body was shaking.
Sheriff Ben Meeker: Every time a little girl twitches I'm supposed to call out the national guard...
Dr. Sam Loomis: How many people did he kill last year? Have you forgotten? Your own daughter!
Sheriff Ben Meeker: [grabs Loomis] I don't...
Dr. Sam Loomis: [Cuts him off] No of course you don't forget. How could you? You never looked into his face did you? You never saw his eyes. You never saw that, that nothing no expression, blank. My memory goes back 11 years to the night I offered... I'm gonna show you. Show you something, look.
[lifts up his hand]
Dr. Sam Loomis: look at this, look at that. I prayed that he would burn in Hell, but in my heart I knew that Hell would not have him.

Rachel Carruthers: [Takes Jamie's hands] I'll be back in 2 days, okay?
[nods]
Rachel Carruthers: Mom and Dad send their love.
[they hug. And all of the sudden there is a big crash. Something has been thrown in the window. Tina comes back in, as Loomis picks up a brick with a note taped to it. "The evil child must die!" it reads. Cut to Rachel and Loomis outside]
Rachel Carruthers: How could they? When are they going to realize that she is not him? She's just a child.
Dr. Sam Loomis: They know that Michael Myers is her uncle and that she attacked her foster mother, that's why they fear her, especially on Halloween.
Rachel Carruthers: I never should have let my parents talk me into leaving. I don't know what I was thinking.
Dr. Sam Loomis: You're afraid.
Rachel Carruthers: I am not.
Dr. Sam Loomis: You're afraid the whole thing might start to happen again. There's nothing wrong with being afraid.
Rachel Carruthers: And I suppose there's nothing wrong with just leaving my little foster sister here alone?
Dr. Sam Loomis: You can telephone her from the cabin. She'll be properly looked after.

Dr. Sam Loomis: You've got to help me Jamie. You've got to help me find him. We both know he's alive.
[Yells]
Dr. Sam Loomis: But you know where he is! Why? Why are you protecting him? What about you're stepmother Jamie? You love her, don't you? He made you stab her. You can't hide from him. He'll always get to you. Jamie, Jamie you listen. Today in the cemetery somebody dug up a coffin. It was the coffin of a 9 year old girl.
[Nurse comes in]
Dr. Sam Loomis: What do you think he is going to do with that? huh? Your 9 years old, are you Jamie?
Nurse Patsey: Dr. Loomis! Leave the little girl alone.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Tears won't get you anywhere. Help me to find him. We'll find him together! There's a reason why he has this power over you. Did you ever wonder what it is?

Jamie Lloyd: [Struggling] Stooorrre.
Billy Hill: Store.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Store? What kind of store? What do they sell there?
Jamie Lloyd: [struggles] All nighter.
Billy Hill: All nighter.
Dr. Sam Loomis: What do they sell?
Jamie Lloyd: [trying] Big...
Billy Hill: Big.
Jamie Lloyd: Woman.
Billy Hill: Woman.
Dr. Sam Loomis: A big woman, who works in the store?
Jamie Lloyd: [shaking head] No!
Dr. Sam Loomis: What Jamie, what?
[She's crying]
Jamie Lloyd: Cookie Woman.
Billy Hill: Cookie Woman.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Cookie Woman?
Cop at Pageant: [into walkie talkie] Dale's Gas Station, 5th in Main.

Dr. Sam Loomis: [Tina arrives at the clinic] Tina.
Tina Williams: Where's Jamie? Is something wrong?
Jamie Lloyd: [says clearly] Tina.
Tina Williams: [runs to her and they hug] Say it again.
Jamie Lloyd: T-ina.
Tina Williams: I love it.
[they hug]

Dr. Sam Loomis: Why don't you stay the night?
Tina Williams: Oh, sorry, I've got to run.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Tina, please.
Tina Williams: Stay away okay. You know you're really creepy, filling that little girl with all that bogeyman crap.
Dr. Sam Loomis: I believe that you're in danger. Jamie believes it too.
Tina Williams: Jamie is a 9-year-old girl.
Dr. Sam Loomis: Be sensible.
Tina Williams: [laughs] I'm never sensible if I can help it.
[walks away]

Dr. Sam Loomis: Michael, it will destroy you too. One day Michael this rage which drives you, will think if you kill them all it will go away. It won't. You have to fight it in the place where its strongest.
[Myers can be faintly seen in the woods]
Dr. Sam Loomis: Where it all began. If you want to get rid of this rage, Michael, go home. Go home. Go to your house, I shall be there waiting for you. You'll find her waiting for you...

Rachel Carruthers: [on the phone] Bye sweetie, I love you. You be a good girl. Bye.
Dr. Sam Loomis: [hangs the phone up] So she was perfectly all right. Come on Billy, I think Jamie needs to get some rest.
Billy Hill: Jamie, are you okay?
[Tries to touch her, but she slaps him away]
Dr. Sam Loomis: Come on.
[Billy leaves, Loomis stays and closes the door. He gets a pen and paper]
Dr. Sam Loomis: You sense something don't you? Tell me. Tell me what you know.
[She is crying and trying to speak]
Dr. Sam Loomis: Here write, write, write. Write what you know! Jamie please, Please.
[she won't]


Halloween II (2009)
Dr. Samuel Loomis: Michael Myers is fucking dead!