Donald Pleasence

Donald Pleasence

Highest Rated: 100% Wake in Fright (2012)

Lowest Rated: 0% The Uncanny (1978)

Birthday: Oct 5, 1919

Birthplace: Nottinghamshire, England, UK

Balding, deceptively bland-looking British actor Donald Pleasence was first seen on the London stage in a 1939 production of Wuthering Heights. He then served in the RAF, spending the last years of World War II in a German POW camp. Resuming his career after the war, Pleasence eventually came to New York in the company of Laurence Olivier in 1950, appearing in Caesar and Cleopatra. And although he began appearing in films in 1954, Pleasence's British fame during the '50s was the result of his television work, notably a recurring role as Prince John in The Adventures of Robin Hood from 1955-1958. He also co-starred in TV productions of The Millionairess, Man in a Moon, and Call Me Daddy. Voted British television actor of the year in 1958, Pleasence produced and hosted the 1960 series Armchair Mystery Theatre, before creating the stage role for which he was best remembered: Davies, the menacing tramp in Harold Pinter's The Caretaker. The actor revived the character throughout his career, appearing as Davies for the last time in 1991. Pleasence was fortunate enough to be associated with the success of The Great Escape in 1963, which led to a wealth of American film offers. Four years later, the actor portrayed arch criminal Ernst Blofeld in the James Bond film You Only Live Twice -- the first time that the scarred face of the secretive character was seen onscreen in the Bond series. Firmly established as a villain, Pleasence gradually eased into horror films such as Halloween (1978), The Devonsville Terror (1979), and Buried Alive (1990); commenting on this phase of his career, Pleasence once mused "I only appear in odd films." One of his few "mainstream" appearances during this period was virtually invisible. Pleasence is seen and prominently billed as a rabbi in Carl Reiner's Oh, God! (1977), but the role was deemed dispensable and all the actor's lines were cut. Pleasence continued to work steadily in the 1980s and early '90s -- making 17 pictures alone in 1987-1989 -- before undergoing heart surgery in 1994; he died from complications two months later. Married four times, the actor was the father of six daughters, among them actress Angela Pleasence.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Halloween 35th Anniversary Actor 2013
100% Wake in Fright Doc $28.1K 2012
No Score Yet Lest We Forget Actor 2003
No Score Yet In and Out of Fashion Actor 1998
6% Halloween - The Curse of Michael Myers (Halloween 6) Dr. Sam Loomis 1995
75% The Advocate (The Hour of the Pig) Pincheon 1994
No Score Yet Guinevere Merlin 1994
50% The Princess and the Cobbler (The Thief and the Cobbler) Phido the Vulture 1993
No Score Yet The Big Freeze Actor 1993
No Score Yet Return to 'The Great Escape' Actor 1993
50% Shadows and Fog Doctor 1992
No Score Yet Diên Biên Phu Howard Simpson 1992
No Score Yet Millions Actor 1990
No Score Yet Casablanca Express Actor 1989
No Score Yet Ten Little Indians Mr. Justice Lawrence Wargrave 1989
13% Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers Dr. Loomis 1989
No Score Yet River of Death Heinrich Spaatz 1989
No Score Yet Buried Alive Dr. Schaeffer 1989
No Score Yet Un Delitto poco comune (Off Balance) (Phantom of Death) Inspector Downey 1988
No Score Yet Nosferatu a Venezia (Nosferatu in Venice) (Vampire in Venice) Don Alvise 1988
No Score Yet The House of Usher Walter 1988
No Score Yet Hanna's War Rosza Gabor 1988
No Score Yet The Great Escape II: The Untold Story Dr. Absalon 1988
No Score Yet Der Commander Henry Carlson 1988
29% Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers Loomis 1988
58% Prince of Darkness Priest 1987
No Score Yet Ground Zero Prosper Gaffney 1987
No Score Yet Warrior Queen Clodius 1987
No Score Yet Scoop Lord Copper 1987
No Score Yet Django 2: Il Grande Ritorno (Django Strikes Again) Actor 1987
No Score Yet Cobra Mission Actor 1986
No Score Yet Into the Darkness Actor 1986
No Score Yet Kommando Leopard (Commando Leopard) Actor 1985
78% Phenomena (Creepers) John McGregor 1985
No Score Yet Treasure of the Amazon Klaus von Blantz 1985
No Score Yet Arch of Triumph Actor 1985
No Score Yet Black Arrow Oates 1985
No Score Yet Warrior of the Lost World Prossor 1985
No Score Yet Sotto il vestito niente (Nothing Underneath) CommissionrDanesi 1985
No Score Yet Il Mondo dell'orrore di Dario Argento (Dario Argento's World of Horror) Actor 1985
No Score Yet Cheech and Chong's The Corsican Brothers Actor 1984
57% Terror in the Aisles Actor 1984
No Score Yet The Ambassador Minister Eretz 1984
No Score Yet A Breed Apart J.P. Whittier 1984
No Score Yet Master of the Game Actor 1984
No Score Yet Treasure of the Amazons Actor 1984
No Score Yet The Devonsville Terror Dr. Warley 1983
No Score Yet Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie Victor Frankenstein/Old Baron Frankenstein 1983
No Score Yet To Kill a Stranger Col. Kostik 1983
78% Alone in the Dark Dr. Leo Bain 1982
No Score Yet Barchester Chronicles Septimus Harding 1982
No Score Yet Race for the Yankee Zephyr Gilbert Carson 1981
28% Halloween II Dr. Sam Loomis 1981
85% Escape from New York President of the United States 1981
75% The Monster Club Pickering 1980
No Score Yet Blade on the Feather Professor Jason Cavendish 1980
No Score Yet L' Uomo puma (The Puma Man) Actor 1980
No Score Yet Better Late Than Never Col. Riddle 1979
No Score Yet Jaguar Lives! General Villanova 1979
59% Dracula Dr. Jack Seward 1979
No Score Yet Jig Saw Actor 1979
No Score Yet Gold of the Amazon Women Blasko 1979
100% All Quiet on the Western Front Kantorek 1979
No Score Yet Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff Dr. Stein 1979
96% Halloween Dr. Loomis 1978
No Score Yet Les Liens de sang (Blood Relatives) Doniac 1978
No Score Yet The Bastard Actor 1978
No Score Yet Tomorrow Never Comes Dr. Todd 1978
No Score Yet Power Play Blair 1978
12% Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band B.D. Brockhurst 1978
0% The Uncanny Valentine De'ath (segment 3 "Hollywood 1936") 1978
No Score Yet Concorde Affair Actor 1978
No Score Yet Night Creature Axel MacGregor 1977
72% Oh, God! Dr. Harmon 1977
No Score Yet Goldenrod Actor 1977
36% Telefon Nikolai Dalchimsky 1977
45% The Last Tycoon Boxley 1976
No Score Yet Land of the Minotaur Father Roche 1976
No Score Yet Choice of Weapons Sir Giles 1976
67% The Eagle Has Landed Himmler 1976
86% Hearts Of The West (Hollywood Cowboy) A.J. Nietz 1975
No Score Yet I Don't Want to Be Born (The Baby)(It Lives Within Her)(Sharon's Baby) Actor 1975
No Score Yet Journey Into Fear (Burn Out) Kuvetli 1975
76% Escape to Witch Mountain Deranian 1975
No Score Yet The Count of Monte Cristo Danglars 1975
No Score Yet The Devil Within Her Dr. Finch 1975
No Score Yet The Passover Plot Pontius Pilate 1975
No Score Yet The Mutations Dr. Nolter 1974
No Score Yet The Black Windmill Cedric Harper 1974
No Score Yet Barry McKenzie Holds His Own Eric Count Plasma 1974
No Score Yet Wedding in White Jim 1973
No Score Yet Kidnapped Ebenezer Balfour 1973
40% From Beyond the Grave Underwood 1973
No Score Yet Tales That Witness Madness Dr. Tremayne 1973
No Score Yet House of the Damned Actor 1973
No Score Yet Watch Out, We're Mad The Doctor 1973
No Score Yet Rainbow Gang Logan 1973
No Score Yet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Fred Smudge 1973
No Score Yet Innocent Bystanders Loomis 1972
50% The Pied Piper Baron 1972
91% Death Line (Raw Meat) Inspector Calhoun 1972
No Score Yet Henry VIII and His Six Wives Thomas Cromwell 1972
86% THX 1138 SEN 5241 1971
No Score Yet Mr. Freedom Dr. Freedom 1970
43% Soldier Blue Isaac Q. Cumber 1970
20% The Madwoman of Chaillot Prospector 1969
85% Will Penny Preacher Quint 1968
73% You Only Live Twice Ernst Stavro Blofeld 1967
50% The Night of the Generals Gen. Kahlenberge 1967
94% Fantastic Voyage Dr. Michaels 1966
No Score Yet Eye of the Devil Pere Dominic 1966
83% Cul-de-Sac George 1966
No Score Yet The Hallelujah Trail Oracle 1965
38% The Greatest Story Ever Told The Dark Hermit 1965
No Score Yet Maniac Actor 1963
94% The Great Escape Blythe 1963
No Score Yet The Caretaker (The Guest) Davis 1963
No Score Yet What a Carve Up! (No Place Like Homicide!) Everette Sloane 1962
No Score Yet Lisa Sgt. Wolters 1962
No Score Yet No Love for Johnnie Roger Renfrew 1961
No Score Yet The Flesh and The Fiends William Hare 1961
No Score Yet The Horsemasters Captain Pinski 1961
No Score Yet Circus of Horrors (Phantom of the Circus) Vanet 1960
No Score Yet The Hands of Orlac (Hands of a Strangler) Coates 1960
No Score Yet Hell Is a City Gus Hawkins 1960
67% Sons and Lovers Pappleworth 1960
No Score Yet The Winds of Change 'Pop' Marley 1960
80% The Battle of the Sexes Irwin Hoffman 1959
No Score Yet The Man Inside Organ Grinder 1958
No Score Yet A Tale of Two Cities Barsad 1958
No Score Yet The Wind Cannot Read Doctor 1958
92% Look Back in Anger Hurst 1958
No Score Yet The Two-Headed Spy Gen. Hardt 1958
No Score Yet Robin Hood: Quest for the Crown Prince John 1958
No Score Yet Barnacle Bill Teller 1957
No Score Yet The Man in the Sky (Decision Against Time) (Test Pilot) Crabtree 1957
No Score Yet 1984 Parsons 1956
No Score Yet The Beachcomber Tromp 1955
No Score Yet 1984 Actor 1954

TV

Credit
No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
1975
Host Guest 1981
No Score Yet Columbo
1968-2003
Carsini 1975
1973
No Score Yet The Fugitive
1963-1967
Max 1966
80% The Twilight Zone
1959-1964
Prof. Ellis Fowler 1962

QUOTES FROM Donald Pleasence CHARACTERS

Ernst Stavro Blofeld says: You a make a mistake, my friend. No austronaut enters the capsule carrying his air conditioner

Ernst Stavro Blofeld says: You a make a mistake, my friend. No austronaut enters the capsule carrying his air conditioner.

William Hare says: Now Aggie you're not thinking our intentions are dishonorable, You're old enough to be me own mother.

Laurie says: What's the boogeyman?

Laurie Strode says: Was that the boogeyman?

Doctor Loomis says: As a matter of fact, it was.

Dr. Loomis says: As a matter of fact, it was.

Ernst Stavros Blofeld says: As you can see, I am about to inaugurate a little war. In a matter of hours after America and Russia have annihilated each other. We shall see a new power dominating the world.

Ernst Stavros Blofeld says: James Bond. Allow me to introduce myself. I am Ernst Stavro Blofeld. They told me you were assassinated in Hong Kong.

James Bond says: Yes, this is my second life.

Ernst Stavros Blofeld says: You only live twice, Mr. Bond.

Ernst Stavros Blofeld says: The firing power inside my crater is enough to annihilate a small army. You can watch it all on TV. It's the last program you're likely to see.

James Bond says: Well, if I'm gonna be forced to watch television, may I smoke?

Ernst Stavros Blofeld says: Yes. Give him his cigarettes. It won't be the nicotine that kills you, Mr. Bond.

Ernst Stavros Blofeld says: Kill. Bond. Now.

Dr. Loomis says: Micheal? Why now? You waited 10 years. I knew this day would come. Don't go to Haddonfield. You want another victim? Take me. But leave those people in peace. Please, Micheal. God damn you. (shoots Micheal)

Dr. Loomis says: Micheal? Why now? You waited 10 years. I knew this day would come. Don't go to Haddonfield. You want another victim? Take me. But leave those people in peace. Please, Micheal. God damn you. [shoots Micheal]

Brackett says: Doctor, do you know what Haddonfield is? Families, children, all lined up in rows up and down these streets. You're telling me they're lined up for a slaughterhouse?

Doctor Loomis says: They could be.

Brackett says: Alright, I'll stay with you through the night, just on the chance that you're right. And if you are right... damn you for letting him go.

Doctor Loomis says: He came home!

Doctor Loomis says: This isn't a man!

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

President of the United States says: [fires machine gun at the Duke] Ayy! Number Onnee! You're the Duke! You're the Duke! [stops firing] You're the... Duke. [quietly] You're... A-number one.

Doctor Loomis says: I met him, fifteen years ago. I was told there was nothing left. No reason, no conscience, no understanding; even the most rudimentary sense of life or death, 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 what was living behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply... *evil*.

Laurie says: "I already lost it."

Laurie says: I already lost it.

Judith Myers says: "Michael's around somewhere."

Judith Myers says: Michael's around somewhere.

Doctor Loomis says: "He had the blackest eyes. The devil's eyes."

Doctor Loomis says: He had the blackest eyes. The devil's eyes.

Laurie says: "Tommy it's me! Tommy open up! Tommy please!"

Laurie says: Tommy it's me! Tommy open up! Tommy please!

Marion says: "Your compassion is overwhelming, Doctor."

Marion says: Your compassion is overwhelming, Doctor.

Doctor Loomis says: He came home.

Doctor Loomis says: Sheriff, death has come to your little town.

Laurie says: it "was the boogeyman

Laurie says: It was the boogeyman.

Doctor Loomis says: as a matter of fact. it was

Doctor Loomis says: Two road blocks and an All Point Bulleten won't stop a 5 year old.

Dr. Loomis says: Six bodies! Sheriff that is what I have seen between here and Ridgemont! A filling station in flames! I tell you, Michael Myers is here in this town! He's here to kill that little girl and anybody who gets in his way!

George says: Get the hell out of my... fortress!

George says: Get the hell out of my fortress!

Laurie says: Was that the booegy man?

Laurie says: [after Michael falls off the balcony] It was the boogeyman.

Doctor Loomis says: As a matter of fact, that was.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: I have a little business to attend to here.

Tommy Doyle says: Where are they? Where's Kara? I feel like I've been drugged.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: We have been drugged.

Tommy Doyle says: I don't understand, why didn't they kill us when they had the chance?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: It's his game, and I know where he wants to play it.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: I thought Michael was a monster, but you...

Dr. Wynn says: (Loomis gets knocked out, Wynn rises) - Leave him. It's his office now.

Dr. Wynn says: (Loomis gets knocked out, Wynn rises) Leave him. It's his office now.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Michael? It's over! It's finally over. It's all over.

Dr. Wynn says: Michael. Michael's gone! It's your game now Doctor Loomis!

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Good God! Terrence, come in.

Dr. Wynn says: Good grace, what a night! Not so much as a sign for five miles on that road.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: That's the beauty of the countryside...I thrive on it.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: That's the beauty of the countryside. I thrive on it.

Dr. Wynn says: God, you look good Sam.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: 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 says: Well don't tell me that the revered Rasputin of Smithsgrove has grown complacent in his old age! I won't believe that for a second.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Michael Myers was just six-years-old when he stabbed his sister to death in 1963. Here in this house. For the next fifteen years, I became obsessed with finding out what was living inside of him. He was my life's work and my ultimate failure. I knew what he was but I never knew why.

Dr. Wynn says: I was getting worried Sam, I was afraid you wouldn't make it.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Why now?

Dr. Wynn says: Because you were the first one to see it. You recognized its power; evil. Pure, uncorrupted, ancient...

Dr. Wynn says: Because you were the first one to see it. You recognized its power; evil. Pure, uncorrupted, ancient.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: You are a mad man.

Dr. Wynn says: 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. Sam Loomis says: This force, this thing that lived inside of him came from a source too violent, too deadly, for you to imagine. It grew inside him, contaminating his soul. It was pure evil.

Debra Strode says: What makes you think he'll come back here?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: This house is sacred to him. He has all of his memories here, his rage. Mrs. Strode...I beg of you, don't let your family suffer the same fate that Laurie and her daughter suffered.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: This house is sacred to him. He has all of his memories here, his rage. Mrs. Strode, I beg of you, don't let your family suffer the same fate that Laurie and her daughter suffered.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: He crept up these stairs and made his way into this room; his sister's room. Right here...Where it all began.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: He crept up these stairs and made his way into this room; his sister's room. Right here. Where it all began.

Kara Strode says: Where do we go?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: As far away from Haddonfield as possible.

Tommy Doyle says: Come with us.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: No, I have some business to attend to.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: It was Jamie Lloyd.

Dr. Wynn says: That was six years ago Sam. She died with him in that explosion, you know that.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: 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.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: 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.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Michael Myers is my business.

Dr. Wynn says: Well, guess who after 32 years is finally relinquishing his duties as chief administrator of Smithsgrove?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Dear God. You don't mean you're...

Dr. Wynn says: Retiring? I came by to give you the news myself.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Well, I wish you will Terrence.

Dr. Wynn says: To old friends, to retirement, to new beginnings.

Tommy Doyle says: Doctor Loomis, you know that can't stop Michael.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Nothing can stop Michael, but it can stop Wynn.

Dr. Wynn says: I'd like you to come back to Smith's Grove.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Dr. Wynn, you know it is not wise to play Halloween pranks.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: I knew what he was, but I never knew why.

Dr. Wynn says: 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.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Why now?

Dr. Wynn says: After Jamie escapes 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?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: You are...a mad man.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: You are a mad man.

Dr. Wynn says: It's no prank; you're the one I've chosen Sam. I want you to come back.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: 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 practice medicine anymore.

Dr. Wynn says: 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.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Michael?

Dr. Wynn says: 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.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: It's his mark...He's come home.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: It's his mark. He's come home.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: I have a little business to attend to here.

Tommy Doyle says: Where are they? Where's Kara? I feel like I've been drugged.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: We have been drugged.

Tommy Doyle says: I don't understand, why didn't they kill us when they had the chance?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: It's his game, and I know where he wants to play it.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: I thought Michael was a monster, but you...

Dr. Sam Loomis says: I thought Michael was a monster, but you.

Dr. Wynn says: (Loomis gets knocked out, Wynn rises) - Leave him. It's his office now.

Dr. Wynn says: (Loomis gets knocked out, Wynn rises) Leave him. It's his office now.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Michael? It's over! It's finally over. It's all over.

Dr. Wynn says: Michael's gone! It's your game now Doctor Loomis!

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Good God! Terrence, come in.

Dr. Wynn says: Good grace, what a night! Not so much as a sign for five miles on that road.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: That's the beauty of the countryside...I thrive on it.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: That's the beauty of the countryside. I thrive on it.

Dr. Wynn says: God, you look good Sam.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: 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 says: Well don't tell me that the revered Rasputin of Smithsgrove has grown complacent in his old age! I won't believe that for a second.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Michael Myers was just six-years-old when he stabbed his sister to death in 1963. Here in this house. For the next fifteen years, I became obsessed with finding out what was living inside of him. He was my life's work and my ultimate failure. I knew what he was but I never knew why.

Dr. Wynn says: I was getting worried Sam, I was afraid you wouldn't make it.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Why now?

Dr. Wynn says: Because you were the first one to see it. You recognized its power; evil. Pure, uncorrupted, ancient...

Dr. Wynn says: Because you were the first one to see it. You recognized its power; evil. Pure, uncorrupted, ancient.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: You are a mad man.

Dr. Wynn says: 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. Sam Loomis says: This force, this thing that lived inside of him came from a source too violent, too deadly, for you to imagine. It grew inside him, contaminating his soul. It was pure evil.

Debra Strode says: What makes you think he'll come back here?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: This house is sacred to him. He has all of his memories here, his rage. Mrs. Strode...I beg of you, don't let your family suffer the same fate that Laurie and her daughter suffered.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: This house is sacred to him. He has all of his memories here, his rage. Mrs. Strode. I beg of you, don't let your family suffer the same fate that Laurie and her daughter suffered.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: He crept up these stairs and made his way into this room; his sister's room. Right here...Where it all began.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: He crept up these stairs and made his way into this room; his sister's room. Right here. Where it all began.

Kara Strode says: Where do we go?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: As far away from Haddonfield as possible.

Tommy Doyle says: Come with us.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: No, I have some business to attend to.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: It was Jamie Lloyd.

Dr. Wynn says: That was six years ago Sam. She died with him in that explosion, you know that.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: 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.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: 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.

Dr. Wynn says: Well, guess who after 32 years is finally relinquishing his duties as chief administrator of Smithsgrove?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Dear God. You don't mean you're...

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Dear God. You don't mean you're.

Dr. Wynn says: Retiring? I came by to give you the news myself.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Well, I wish you will Terrence.

Dr. Wynn says: To old friends, to retirement, to new beginnings.

Tommy Doyle says: Doctor Loomis, you know that can't stop Michael.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Nothing can stop Michael, but it can stop Wynn.

Dr. Wynn says: I'd like you to come back to Smith's Grove.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Dr. Wynn, you know it is not wise to play Halloween pranks.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: I knew what he was, but I never knew why.

Dr. Wynn says: 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.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Why now?

Dr. Wynn says: After Jamie escapes 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?

Dr. Sam Loomis says: You are...a mad man.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: You are, a mad man.

Dr. Wynn says: It's no prank; you're the one I've chosen Sam. I want you to come back.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: 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 practice medicine anymore.

Dr. Wynn says: 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.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: Michael?

Dr. Wynn says: 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.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: It's his mark...He's come home.

Dr. Sam Loomis says: It's his mark. He's come home.

Dr. Loomis says: I prayed that he would burn in hell. But in my heart, I knew that hell would not have him.

Dr. Loomis says: (to Jamie) - We both know, that he's alive. But you know where he is!

Dr. Loomis says: (to Jamie) We both know, that he's alive. But you know where he is!

Charlie says: You crazy son of a bitch.

Dr. Loomis says: (holding his gun) - Charlie...Charlie, Michael Myers is outside.

Dr. Loomis says: (holding his gun) Charlie. Charlie, Michael Myers is outside.

Dr. Loomis says: Today someone dug up a coffin of a nine-year-old girl, Jamie. Jamie, you're nine years old. What do you think he's going to do with that when he finds you?

Rachel says: How could they? When are they going to realize that she's not him, she's just a child.

Dr. Loomis says: They know that Michael Myers is her uncle and he made her attack her stepmother, that's why they fear her...especially on Halloween.

Dr. Loomis says: They know that Michael Myers is her uncle and he made her attack her stepmother, that's why they fear her, especially on Halloween.

Dr. Loomis says: (to Jamie) - You must help me. Your tears will do you no good. He must be stopped!

Dr. Loomis says: (to Jamie) You must help me. Your tears will do you no good. He must be stopped!

Dr. Loomis says: Her whole body was shaking!

Mooker says: Every time a little girl twitches, I'm supposed to call out the National Guard?

Charlie says: What the hell are you doing?

Dr. Loomis says: You're not taking her anywhere.

Charlie says: You've got five seconds to give me that key before I take it.

Dr. Loomis says: Michael? It will destroy you too, one day, Michael; this rage which drives you. You think if you kill them all it will go away? It won't! You have to fight it, in the place where it's strongest! 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 will find HER, waiting for you!

Dr. Loomis says: Michael? It will destroy you too, one day, Michael, this rage which drives you. You think if you kill them all it will go away? It won't! You have to fight it, in the place where it's strongest! 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 will find HER, waiting for you!

Dr. Loomis says: I know why you've come back, Michael. Because the little girl...the little girl can stop the rage inside. She knows how to do it, Michael. If you let her, she can stop the rage...the rage inside. No, she's not up there, Michael. She's down here in the middle of the old house...your house, Michael...your house. Do you remember how much better you used to be?

Dr. Loomis says: I know why you've come back, Michael. Because the little girl, the little girl can stop the rage inside. She knows how to do it, Michael. If you let her, she can stop the rage, the rage inside. No, she's not up there, Michael. She's down here in the middle of the old house, your house, Michael, your house. Do you remember how much better you used to be?

Sheriff Meeker says: It's over?

Dr. Loomis says: Yes...Yes it is. Michael Myers is in hell, buried, where he belongs.

Dr. Loomis says: Yes. Yes it is. Michael Myers is in hell, buried, where he belongs.

Dr. Loomis says: Ten years ago, he tried to kill Laurie Strode. Now he wants her daughter.

Dr. Hoffman says: Now where are you going?

Dr. Loomis says: 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.

Dr. Loomis says: Michael? Why now? You've waited ten years. Why come back now? 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? - ...Goddamn you.

Dr. Loomis says: Michael? Why now? You've waited ten years. Why come back now? 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? Goddamn you.

Sheriff Meeker says: This is starting to spook me here, doctor.

Dr. Loomis says: At least I'm not alone.

Dr. Loomis says: Six bodies, Sheriff, that's what I have seen; between here and Ridgemont. An entire 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. Loomis says: I need to speak with Sheriff Brackett.

Deputy Pierce says: Well, then you'll have to travel about three-thousand miles south of here.

Dr. Loomis says: What?

Deputy Pierce says: Brackett retired in '81. He went to St. Petersburg.

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

Dr. Loomis says: Wherever she is, that little child is in mortal danger.

Dr. Loomis says: Why wasn't I notified?

Dr. Hoffman says: About what?

Dr. Loomis says: You know damn well about what! You let them take it out of here!

Sheriff Meeker says: How could a man do this, Loomis? Tell me.

Dr. Loomis says: This isn't a man.

Sheriff Meeker says: Then what is he? Tell me! What the hell are we dealing with here?

Dr. Loomis says: Evil.

Dr. Loomis says: (after seeing Jamie holding a pair of bloody scissors, on the top of the stairs, after killing her stepmother) - No! No! No! No! No! Noooooooooo!!!

Dr. Loomis says: (after seeing Jamie holding a pair of bloody scissors, on the top of the stairs, after killing her stepmother) No! No! No! No! No! Noooooooooo!!!

Dr. Loomis says: Maybe nobody knows how to stop him.

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

Dr. Loomis says: The state police will be here soon.

Jamie Lloyd says: And then we'll be safe?

Dr. Loomis says: Yes.

Jamie Lloyd says: You don't believe that, do you?

Dr. Loomis says: No...

Dr. Loomis says: No.

Jack Sayer says: You're hunting it, ain't ya? Yeah, you're hunting it alright, just like me!

Dr. Loomis says: What are you hunting, Mr. Sayer?

Jack Sayer says: Apocalypse, End of the World, Armageddon. It always has a face and a name. I've been hunting 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. Loomis says: I know that, Mr. Sayer.

Sam Loomis says: I'm sorry I left you. Are you all right?

Laurie Strode says: Why won't he die?

Sam Loomis says: It's Time, Michael.

Sam Loomis says: Go and check all the rooms down there! Go on!

Marion says: Dr. Loomis!

Sam Loomis says: You stay with me and shut up!

Sam Loomis says: I ought to handcuff you to the wheel, but I have a feeling I'm gonna need you in there. Can I trust you?

Marshall says: What have I got to lose, except my job?

Sam Loomis says: Did you see the blackboard back there in the elementary school?

Marion says: Yeah.

Sam Loomis says: 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.

Sam Loomis says: 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.

Sam Loomis says: Michael Myers was an extraordinary patient. There was a force inside him biding his time. He came accustomed to the inability and silence. In many ways he was the ideal patient he never talked he never cried he never moved. He just waited. The staff was unprepared they didn't know what he was.

Gary Hunt says: You know. Haddonfield was a pretty quiet town before tonight. The only gunshot you heard was to start off the race at the high school track.

Sam Loomis says: Well this night in '63 Michael Myers did murder his sister in that bedroom upstairs with a butcher's knife.

Gary Hunt says: I remember.

Sam Loomis says: On Halloween.

Gary Hunt says: I was sixteen years old.

Sam Loomis says: His anniversary was tonight...He came back.

Sam Loomis says: His anniversary was tonight. He came back.

Sam Loomis says: Turn this car around, now!

Marshall says: I can't do that. I have orders.

Sam Loomis says: (draws a gun) - Well those orders have changed!

Marshall says: Doctor, you're getting yourself into a lot of trouble.

Sam Loomis says: What is it you guys usually do? Fire a warning shot, right? (Shoots the window out with his gun)

Graham says: (examining the burned corpse) - No fillings. He's young; maybe seventeen, maybe eighteen.

Graham says: (examining the burned corpse) No fillings. He's young; maybe seventeen, maybe eighteen.

Sam Loomis says: Michael Myers is 21.

Sam Loomis says: (to Hunt) - Heightens my sense of security.

Sam Loomis says: (to Hunt) Heightens my sense of security.

Leigh Brackett says: You know, doctor, I'm just about there.

Sam Loomis says: What?

Leigh Brackett says: The point where I stop taking orders from you.

Sam Loomis says: If that wasn't Michael Myers burning in that car there are going to be a lot of other kid's dead tonight.

Gary Hunt says: He's dead. I saw him.

Sam Loomis says: I want to believe you. But I can't stop him until I'm certain he's dead.

Gary Hunt says: You talk about him like he's some sort of animal.

Sam Loomis says: He was my patient for fifteen years. He became an obsession with me until I realized that there wasn't neither conscience nor reason that he was even remotely human. An hour ago I fired six bullets into him and he just walked away. I am talking about the real possibility that he is still out there!

Leigh Brackett says: You couldn't have shot him six times!

Sam Loomis says: You think I'm lying, Sheriff?

Leigh Brackett says: I think you missed him. No man could take six shots.

Sam Loomis says: I'm telling you this isn't a man.

Leigh Brackett says: Damn you...

Leigh Brackett says: Damn you.

Sam Loomis says: I'm sorry...

Sam Loomis says: I'm sorry.

Leigh Brackett says: What have you done...?

Leigh Brackett says: What have you done?

Sam Loomis says: I haven't done anything.

Leigh Brackett says: YOU LET HIM OUT!

Leigh Brackett says: You let him out?!

Sam Loomis says: I didn't let him out. I gave orders for him to be restrained.