A Nightmare on Elm Street

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Donald: He's dangerous.
Nancy: You don't know he did it!
Donald: No? I know, thanks to your own statement, that he was locked in a room with a girl who went in alive and came out in a rubber bag!

Doctor: Did Nancy have any severe childhood illnesses? Scarlet fever, high temperatures, concussions?
Marge: No, nothing, Doctor.
Nancy: Huh, he means have you ever dropped me on my head!

Nancy: What ever you do, don't fall asleep!

Doctor: Don't worry, you're not gonna turn into Bride of Frankenstein!

Nancy: What gave you the right to take the law into your own hands?
Marge: Because he took it into his hands to kill our kids.

Donald: What's happening?
Garcia: Well, if it were any more quiet, we could hear owls farting.

Children: One, two, Freddy's coming for you! / Three, four, better lock your door! / Five, six, grab your crucifix! / Seven, eight, better stay up late! / Nine, ten, never sleep again!

Rod Lane: I had a hard-on this morning and it had your name written on it.
Tina Gray: My name's four letters -- there ain't enough room on your joint to fit it.

Tina Gray: Oh my God.
Freddy Kruger: [shows off his glove] This is God.

Freddy Kruger: I'm your boyfriend now, Nancy.

Nancy: I'm into survival

Freddy Kruger: I'm gonna kill you slow.

Donald: What was she doing there?
Marge: Hello to you too, Donald.
Donald: [Sarcastically] Marge.

Rod Lane: [to Tina] Up yours with a twirling lawnmower!

Rod Lane: I probably could have saved her, if I'd have moved sooner. But I thought it was just another nightmare, like the one I had the night before. There was...there was this guy; he had knives for fingers.

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