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Alan Smith (Character)
from A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

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From A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
Quentin Smith: [Storms into his father's office] You killed Kruger.
Alan Smith: Where'd you here that name?
Quentin Smith: You chased him, you cornered him and you burned him to death. You hunted him!
Alan Smith: We were not hunting. We were protecting you.
Quentin Smith: [shouting] From what?
Alan Smith: From *him*. From what he did to you. From what you kids said he did to you.
Quentin Smith: [shouting] We were five! We would've said anything! Why didn't you do to the police?
Alan Smith: You were so young.
Quentin Smith: [Whipspers to himself] No. God! And the things we said he did. The cave. Did you ever find it?
Alan Smith: No.
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