Freddy's Nightmares (1988–1990)
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No More Mr. Nice Guy 

"No More Mr. Nice Guy" is an episode of Freddy's Nightmares starring Robert Englund, Ian Patrick Williams, and Anne E. Curry. On this evening's program, the repulsive Freddy Kruger (Robert Englund) explains how he became the bon vivant and fashion plate who we know and hate so well. Freddy's ramblings lead to the ... See full summary »

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... Freddy Krueger
... Lt. Timothy Blocker
... Sarah Blocker (as Anne Curry)
... Gene Stratton
... Deeks
Alba Francesca ... Woman
Tyde Kierney ... Doc
Gry Park ... Lisa Blocker
Hili Park ... Merit Blocker
Gwen E. Davis ... Judge
Tammara Souza ... Mary Ann
Bob Goen ... Reporter (as Robert Goen)
Steven Reisch ... Defense Attorney (as Steven D. Reisch)
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On this evening's program, the repulsive Freddy Kruger (Robert Englund) explains how he became the bon vivant and fashion plate who we know and hate so well. Freddy's ramblings lead to the evening's drama, all about a fellow who decides that the best way to get ahead is to stomp on everyone in his path. Written by Anonymous

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9 October 1988 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The title is referenced by the song from heavy metal singer Alice Cooper. He will appear as Freddy's father in "Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare" (1991). See more »

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During the trial, the case against Freddy is dismissed because he wasn't read his rights. This would not have made the arrest illegal and would not have been cause for dismissal of the case. All it would mean is that any statement he may have made after being arrested would not be admissible in court until he was read his rights, and there was no indication that the case against him hinged on any such statement. See more »

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Lt. Tim Blocker: You know, I almost shot him, Sarah. So me help me when I saw him near the girls I almost pulled the trigger.
Sarah Blocker: So what stopped you?
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Referenced in The Dentist (1996) See more »

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Contradictionally fun
9 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

I saw this episode (the first one, i guess the pilot) long time ago and i really enjoyed it. Despites that it's a contradiction of the story in the movies, of course, there's no Ronee Blakley or John Saxon (who's character is the one that leads the parents to make justice by their own hand) and replace this character with a daughter for one (a cop too) who has twins, one abused by Freddy. This character is played by Ian Patrick Williams (he was OK). The interesting is the fact that at the time is was made (1988) was the first time the fans of the Freddy's movies could see how Freddy was executed, something that in the films only was told always by a character. The films only show something similar in 1991, in the part 6. For horror fans, the cherry on the top is that this first episode was directed by Tobe Hooper ("The Texas chainsaw massacre (1974)") who get involve with a character like Freddy after have done his (at this time) last movie as a director with Leatherface 2 years before in "The Texas chainsaw massacre 2 (1986)". I must say that is really entertained and it's doesn't matter that if is a contradiction or not. After all, these are the Freddy's nightmares.


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