|“||That's where you're going, you son of a bitch!||„|
|~ Eleanor Crisp, about to shoot John Kimble, but is knocked unconscious by his partner and then arrested.|
Eleanor Crisp is the secondary yet final antagonist in the 1990 film Kindergarten Cop.
She was portrayed by Carroll Baker.
Eleanor is the mother of Cullen Crisp, the film's main antagonist, and helps him in his efforts to find his ex-wife Rachel and his son Dominic. Eleanor is very close to her son and is prepared to do anything he requires of her. She kills the only witness to a murder committed by Crisp using spiked cocaine, and she accompanies Crisp to Astoria Elementary School to help search for Dominic.
When undercover cop Detective Phoebe O'Hara attempts to pursue Crisp after he abducts Dominic during a fire alarm, Eleanor runs her over with her car. She then attempts to kill Detective John Kimble after he shoots and kills Crisp, but an injured O'Hara appears and knocks her out with a baseball bat.
Eleanor is then arrested by the police for attempted murder of a police officer accesory to murder and murder in the first degree and accessory to murder and sent to prison for life.
Eleanor is a cruel, brutal, heartless and domineering woman with a high capacity for violence. However, despite this, she has a very sweet personality, as shown when she clearly loves her son and grandson.