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Estelle Collingwood (Character)
from The Last House on the Left (1972)

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The Last House on the Left -- Two girls are tortured and left to die after they become captives of four prison escapees.  The merciless criminals end up in the house of one of the girls and the mother tortures and kills them.

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Biography:
Estelle Collingwood (renamed Emma in the remake) is a character in the 1972 horror movie... See more »
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Emma

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  1. The Last House on the Left (2009) Played by Monica Potter (as Emma)

  2. The Last House on the Left (1972) Played by Cynthia Carr
    ... aka "Grim Company" - USA (16mm release title)
    ... aka "Last House on the Left" - USA (alternative title)

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From The Last House on the Left (2009)
Krug: So, do you guys live here permanently?
Emma Collingwood: Oh, no. We actually live in the city.
Sadie: How many houses do you have?
Emma Collingwood: [uncomfortable] So what are you guys doing out here anyways? This is kind of in the middle of nowhere. Are you on a family vacation? Or...
Krug: Well it's kind of embarrassing, actually. My dad used to take Francis and me to this lake every summer; do some fishing, go camping. Now that he's gone, those memories are all I really have left of him. Basically I'm just trying to do the same thing for Justin here.
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