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Jack Goodman (Character)
from An American Werewolf in London (1981)

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An American Werewolf in London (1981)
Jack: Now, I'm really sorry to be upsetting you, but I have to warn you.
David: Warn me?
Jack: We were attacked by a werewolf.
David: [putting his hands over his ears] I'm not listening to this!
Jack: On the moors, we were attacked by a lycanthrope, a werewolf. I was murdered, an unnatural death, and now I walk the earth in limbo until the werewolf's curse is lifted.
David: Shut up!
Jack: The wolf's bloodline must be severed; the last remaining werewolf must be destroyed. It's you, David.

Jack: It's a full moon...
Jack, David: [remembering the warning they received] Beware the moon...
David: And stick to the road. Oops.
Jack: I vote we go back to the Slaughtered Lamb.

Jack: Have you tried talking to a corpse? It's boring.

[Appearing for the first time as the undead]
Jack: Can I have a piece of toast?

Jack: There is nothing mediocre about Debbie Klein's body.

Jack: [describing his funeral] Debbie Klein cried a lot. So, so, you know what she does? She's soooo grief-stricken, she runs to find solace in Mark Levine's bed.
David: Mark... Levine?
Jack: An asshole! Life mocks me even in death!

Jack: You scared me, you shithead!

Dart Player: You made me miss.
Jack: Sorry.
Dart Player: I've never missed that board before.

Jack: Ah, fuck, David... what IS THAT?

Jack: Those sheep shit on my pack.

Jack: [to the truck driver] You have very beautiful sheep.

Jack: Did you hear that?
David: I heard that.
Jack: What was it?
David: Could be a lot of things.
Jack: Yeah?
David: A coyote.
Jack: There aren't any coyotes in England.
David: The Hound of the Baskervilles.
Jack: Pecos Bill.
David: Heathcliff.
Jack: Heathcliff didn't howl!
David: No, but he was on the moors.

David: Nurse!
Jack: Listen to me!
David: [crying] Nurse!
Jack: The undead surround me. Have you ever talked to a corpse? It's boring! I'm lonely! Kill yourself, David, before you kill others.
[David continues crying]
Jack: Please don't cry.

Jack: David, you are hurting my feelings!
David: Hurting your feelings? Has it occurred to you that it might be unsettling to see you arise from the grave to visit me?

[first lines]
Truck Driver: That way is Proctor, and over here is the moors. I go this way.
Jack: Thanks for the ride, sir. You have lovely sheep.
Truck Driver: Boys, keep off the moors, stick to the roads. The best to ya...
David: Thanks again.
[then to the sheep]
David: We'll miss you.
David: Bye girls...

Jack: Beware the moon, David.

David: [sees Jack in bathroom mirror and screams] You're not real!
Jack: Ah, dont be a putz David, come here. A nurse huh.?
David: [close's door] shhh, come on.
[to Jack]
David: what are you doing here?
Jack: I wanted to see you
[picks up Mickey mouse figure; high pitched]
Jack: Hi, David.
David: Put that down! Ok you've seen me now go away.
Jack: I'm sorry I'm upsetting you David, but you don't understand what's going on.
David: I understand all right, you're one of the undead and I'm a werewolf.
Jack: Yes, that's right.
David: Get out of here Jack.
Jack: Tomorrow night's the full moon, you're gonna change you'll become...
David: I know, I know... A monster.
Jack: You gotta kill yourself David, before it's too late.
David: Are you really dead Jack?
Jack: What do you think?
David: I think I've lost my mind i think you're not, I think you're just another part of bad dream.
Jack: You've gotta believe me David.
David: Believe what?, that tomorrow night under the full moon I'll grow hair and fang's and eat people, bullshit!
Jack: Oh goddamnit David please believe me!, you'll kill and make others like me I'm not having a nice time here. You gotta take your own life.
David: I will not accept this, go away!
Jack: This is not pretend David.
David: I will not be threatened by a walking meatloaf.