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Villain Overview

Welcome to my world, bitch!
~ Freddy's catchphrase.
♪1, 2, Freddy's coming for you.♪ ♪3, 4, better lock your door.♪ ♪5, 6, grab your crucifix.♪ ♪7, 8, gonna stay up late.♪ ♪9, 10, never sleep again.♪
~ Freddy Krueger's haunting nursery rhyme, as sung by his countless dead child victims.
My children. From the very beginning, it was the children who gave me my power. The Springwood Slasher, that's what they called me. My reign of terror was legendary. Dozens of children would fall by my blades. Then the parents of Springwood came for me. Taking justice into their own hands. When I was alive, I might have been a little naughty, but after they killed me, I became something much, much worse. The stuff nightmares are made of. The children still feared me and their fear gave me the power to invade their dreams. And that's when the fun REALLY began.
~ The story of Freddy Krueger being told by Freddy himself, in Freddy vs Jason.

Frederick Charles Krueger (born September, 1942) is a serial killer and the titular main antagonist of the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, and the crossover film Freddy vs Jason.

He was a child killer in life, and in death, a malevolent dream demon who killed his victims in their dreams, often by torturing them to death, having gotten his powers from the three original Dream Demons. He eventually became well-known for the sick pleasure he displays while targeting children.

He was portrayed by Robert Englund, who also voiced the Riddler in The Batman, Bill Gartley in The Mangler, the title character in the 1989 adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera, Lucifer in Married with Children, and Anti-Pops in Regular Show.

Wes Craven's New Nightmare

Main article: The Entity (Wes Craven's New Nightmare)

Remake Timeline

Main article: Freddy Krueger (remake)

Other Appearance

Freddy's Nightmares

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On October 9, 1988, an anthology horror TV series titled Freddy's Nightmares was released. It evolved around Freddy Krueger (with Robert Englund returning for the role) as the host narrating his life to the audience. Each episode revolves around him haunting the dreams of others. He is caught when Lt. Tim Blocker catches him trying to kill his two twin daughters. The show differs from the film series given he is released from jail because Blocker did not read him his Miranda Rights during his arrest-not because someone signed a search warrant in the wrong place. He is also described as having been a pedophile in this version, an aspect of the character that was in the original script for the film but never approved. Also in this version, Freddy lured children to their doom by driving an ice cream van and tempting them enough to get them to trust him before he'd kidnap and kill them. After the town's parents burn Freddy to death, he returns to haunt Blocker in his dreams and kills him once he is put to sleep at the dentist's office. He then haunts Blocker's two twin daughters and kills one of them, framing the other one for her murder.

Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash

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In the non-canonical comic book sequel to Freddy vs. Jason, Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash, 5 years have passed and Freddy is powerless in the mind of Jason. During those Years Jason had kept Freddy's head in his shack. As Freddy skimms through Jason's memories, he finds some involving the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis. After Jason kills Lori and Will (who had visited the camp earlier) Freddy manipulates Jason into having daydreams of his childhood past and pretends to be the new husband of Pamela Voorhees. As Pamela, he convinces Jason to get the Necronomicon Ex Mortis, making him believe it will get rid of Freddy and make Jason a real boy.

He manipulates Jason into murdering several people and uses the Necronomicon to gain power and resurrect Jason's victims as Deadites-and has them to attack Jason once he turns against him. In Nightmare Warriors, he uses his powers to become president (with a "no kid left alive" policy) and brainwashes Kathryn into being in an incestuous relationship with him. He is defeated when he is striped of his power due to the Dream Demons declaring him unworthy and is blasted into the vortex by Ash with a shotgun.

Child's Play on Elm Street

There are plans for a crossover between Freddy and Chucky from the Child's Play franchise, in a similar way to Freddy vs. Jason. Chucky would end up in a home of a child living on Elm Street. He eventually goes to sleep and meets Freddy. They begin liking each other, but realize that Elm Street isn't big enough for both of them. They have a contest - "Who can kill the most teenagers before the sun comes up?".

Mortal Kombat (2011)

Freddy Krueger is a guest DLC character for the 2011 reboot of the Mortal Kombat franchise. It should be noted that while he is on the good side or at least desire's Shao Kahn's death, Freddy still retains his sadistic personality from the movies as he plans on going back to the Dream Realm in order to continue killing children. He displays this in both his fatalities and his ending.

Freddy's Story

When Freddy Krueger encountered Shao Kahn when he was attempting to steal souls. Freddy and Shao Kahn fought each other, but Shao Kahn was too strong for him. Freddy ended up getting pulled out of the Dream Realm, turning him mortal, and thus defeated by Shao Kahn. Not wanting to surrender to his injuries, Freddy is determined to kill Shao Kahn by any means necessary, and return to the Dream Realm with his immortality, thus continuing his sadistic reign of terror. He finds himself teaming up with Raiden's forces despite their contrasting goals. However, as shown below, Nightwolf is well-aware of his true nature.

Freddy's Ending

Freddy Krueger's bladed hands tore through Shao Kahn. The demonically-enhanced weapons had been more than a match for the emperor's dark magic. Though Freddy had saved Earthrealm, Nightwolf recognized him as an evil spirit and in a shamanistic ritual, sent him back to the Dream Realm. But that decision proved ruinous. Freddy did not resist. He welcomed the return to immortality. From the Dream Realm, he will again create a Nightmare in Earthrealm. He takes advantage of Nightwolf's mistake by killing a girl that looks a lot like Nancy Tompson.

Fatalities, Babality, X-ray move

Like all of the Mortal Kombat characters in Mortal Kombat (2011), Freddy Krueger has 2 fatalities, a Babality, and an X-ray Move.

Fatalities
  • Tell 'Em Freddy Sent Ya: Krueger teleports at the back of the opponent. He impales the back of the opponent and then summons a hole underneath them. He then drags them into that hole, making them scream. Afterwards, the hole spews a HUGE amount of blood, presumably killing the victim.
  • I'll See You in Hell: Freddy summons a large furnace behind the opponent. He stabs the opponent in the neck and stomach, and then throws them into the furnace. As the opponent is being burned alive trying to escape the furnace, Freddy waves goodbye and then slams the door shut. At the same time the opponent's arm is hanging out of the furnace, and as Freddy slams the door the arm gets cut off, as the opponent burns to death.
Babality

A baby carriage appears out of nowhere and the camera zooms in to reveal a teddy bear with some cuts on its stomach. A baby version of Freddy then jumps up from behind the carriage and attempts to take a slash at the camera.

X-Ray Move
  • What A Rush: First Freddy uppercuts the opponent before impaling the opponent through the chest with his knives, causing the ribs to break and the lungs to be punctured. After that he swipes the opponent across the face with his knives, causing damage to the opponent's skull and knocking them back.

Halloween Horror Nights

During 2007's Halloween Horror Nights: Carnival of Carnage at Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood, Freddy was one of the sub-icons along with Jason Voorhees and Leatherface, while Jack the Clown takes the role as the main icon of the event. Freddy, along with the other two aforementioned horror movie villains appeared in the live show titled The Carnival of Carnage with Jack the Clown as the host.

Parodies and Homages

Robot Chicken

Freddy has appeared in some Robot Chickenepisodes, one of which he is in the Big Brother show alongside Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers, Ghostface, Pinhead, and Leatherface. Freddy wanted Ghostface voted out because he shrunk his sweater, but apparently decided to evict Michael when Michael stabbed him multiple times (which merely annoyed him).

In another sketch, Freddy is seen as a typical male character with a loving wife and daughter. The daughter buys items like his signature hat and sweater. After constructing his bladed hand to help him scratch due to the itchy sweater, the daughter buys another gift, causing Freddy to go mad towards the School Bazaar. When he barges into the school wearing his glove and the school made gifts, the parents assume that Freddy is out to harm the children. When trying to calmly explain the situation, Freddy starts a fire, unable to escape.

The three souls from hell approach him and offer him immortality, which he accepts to get him out of the mess he made. After asking for a second to take off the sweater and fedora, the souls state that it is done, locking Freddy in his current appearance. After complaining for a bit, the skit ends with him stating "At least I have my Complexion..."

The Nightmare Ends on Halloween

Freddy also appeared in Chris .R. Notarile's fan video "The Nightmare Ends on Halloween", where Freddy, after his death in Freddy vs. Jason, is stuck in limbo, where he meets Michael Myers (whose mind is in limbo for most of the year, except on Halloween). He tries to get him to spread fear (much like he did with Jason), but Michael refused. When his mind became active, he began dreaming, causing Freddy to return, but Michael fought him. In the end, Freddy was cornered by Michael, Jason, and Leatherface, all of whom were sent by Pinhead to return Freddy to Hell. Freddy is torn apart by the three silent slashers, and is presumably taken to the Labyrinth in Hell.

The Simpsons ~ Treehouse of Horror IX

Freddy appeared in the opening sequence in the Simpsons Halloween episode "Treehouse of Horror IX". He is seen watching TV on the couch with Jason, commenting on why the Simpsons are not at the couch yet.

Stan Helsing

A parody of Freddy also appeared as an antagonist in the spoof movie Stan Helsing. He is named "Fweddy". He still attacks people in their dreams on Elm Street. He has a toothbrush on his glove. He was defeated when Stan took off his clawed glove, and ran out the door.

South Park

Freddy also made an appearance in the Imaginationland Trilogy of South Park amongst the other evil imaginary characters.

He then appeared out of Imaginationland in "Insheeption", he made another appearance, with a different design. Apparently having retired and living in the mountains with his family, he refuses to help the government, not wishing to kill again. After they explain that innocent lives are at stake, he agrees to help, killing Woodsy Owl and rescuing Stan Marsh and Mr. Mackey. This version of him is arguably entirely different to the Imaginationland version who was truer to the film version.

Angry Video Game Nerd

Freddy Krueger also makes an appearance in an Angry Video Game Nerd episode while The Angry Nintendo Nerd was reviewing A Nightmare on Elm Street for the NES. The Nerd spawned several clones of himself just to say how bad the game is. After one of the Nerd's clone took a dump on the game, Freddy came in and killed each of the clones one by one. When he was about to kill the actual Nerd, the Nerd used the Power Glove to kill off Freddy Krueger.

Family Guy

In the episode "Love, Blactually", he is referred to when Brian Griffin is at the family's costume party and meets a girl dressed as an aborted fetus. He asks if she is one of Freddy Krueger's victims.

In "The Splendid Source", Glenn Quagmire goes into the dream world and pays Krueger to tell Peter Griffin a dirty joke in his dreams so he can poop in his bed. Peter wakes up and realizes when one defecates in their dreams, they defecate in reality.

In "And Then There Were Fewer", it was revealed that Tom Tucker once auditioned for the role of Krueger until James Woods convinced him to back out. The extended version of the episode expands upon this, showing Tucker act out a scene in-character during filming.

The Grim Tales From Down Below

Mandy's Vault is a secret chamber found within Castle Evergrim. It appeared in "Grim Tales From Down Below". Mimi went inside of here to find the Horror's Hand for Him to retrieve Jeff again.

After returning from her worst memory, Mimi screamed so hard that she broke all the glasses in the vault thus also the artifacts that were inside the vault were freed, much to Mandy's anger. Freddy Krueger's Claw is an object that was seen in the background in Mandy's Vault.

Freddy himself is never seen in the webcomic but this implies that he and Mandy met sometime before the events.

How It Should Have Ended

Freddy Krueger also appeared in two of the HISHEepisodes "How Scream Should Have Ended" and "How Interception Should Have Ended". In "How Scream Should Have Ended", a guy is telling his friends 6 rules about how to outsmart and gain the upper hand against the killer, Ghostface. After he tells the 6th rule, Freddy appears and says: "I have a question; What do you do if the killer attacks you inside you're dreams?" And then reveals himself and attacks them and they start running.

How Inception Should Have Ended: Freddy Krueger also made a short appearance in Interception when everyone falls asleep and starts dreaming and are in the dream world, they see Freddy blowing a trumpet. Freddy replies by saying "Well, excuse me, I'm new at this!" and that was the part that the viewers saw him in.

Three Russian Bogaturs

Freddy Krueger is a minor antagonist in the Russian mini-series Three Russian Bogaturs.

Every time when the night begins, one of the Bogaturs Dobrinya goes asleep. But in one day, when Bogaturs played "Rock, Paper, Scissors", very soon the night began, and Dobrinya fell asleep. Then, two other Bogaturs Alesha and Ilya saw that Dobrinya has nightmare dreams, and someone is trying to kill him (as it was seen by scratched T-shirt. Ilya and Alesha were horrified and tried to wake Dobrinya up, but nothing was working. Then they called for the help Baba Yaga. She understands what to do and makes the magic soporific. Alesha and Ilya drank it and fell asleep. They appeared in the dream of Dobrinya and they both saw that he was trying to fight Freddy Krueger. Magic soporific had the limit of time, so Bogaturs drank the liquid several times, so they could defeat Freddy. Last time when they drank the soporific, it made somehow Freddy to appear in real world. When Bogaturs woke up, they were going to beat Freddy, but he decided to do it by himself. Then he pours out the petrol on himself asks for a match. In the end, he got himself burned, and only eyes and dust have left.

GARO: Makai no Hana

Ilgishin, a villain from GARO: Makai no Hana, is depicted to be "part Freddy Krueger" due to its host, Harima, has passion on horror films. The proof of this was in his true form, Ilgishin has Freddy's signature clawed gloves as his right hand and his face also resembled the latter. One of Ilgishin's illusory world appeared to be based on dreamworld where Freddy Krueger would appeared as well.

Hazbin Hotel

Freddy Kruegar was featured along with Jason Voorhees in the final Halloween sale promotion for Vivziepop's Hazbin Hotel.

The Goldbergs

Freddy appears in Mister Knifey-Hands, aired in 2018 with Robert Englund reprising his role. Beverly Goldberg is watching one of his movies when she suddenly falls asleep, causing her to arrive in the dream world. After Beverly is questioned the three little girls singing the nursery rhyme in the middle of a field of corn if they saw her son Adam, Freddy suddenly appears behind her, telling her that her son is not here and then taunts her for having lose him before showing his claws and proclaiming himself her worst nightmare. Beverly attempts to flee through a dilapidated house only so that Freddy doesn't immobilize her with some living sweaters. He prepares to kill her until she claims to have already experienced her worst nightmare, which intrigues Krueger who thought he was more than convincing. The two start talking about parenting issues until Beverly decides to go work things out with Adam. Before she leaves, Freddy declares that he's the one swearing around here, just to get Beverly to misrepresent his name. Angry Freddy corrects her over it.

Quotes

Come to Freddy.
~ Freddy Krueger.
I'm your boyfriend now, Nancy.
~ Freddy Krueger, after killing Glen Lantz.
Go ahead, Jesse. Try it on for size. Kill for me!
~ Freddy Krueger to Jesse Walsh.
You are all my children now.
~ Freddy Krueger to all the Children at Lisa Webber's party.
This is it Jennifer, your big break in TV! Welcome to prime time, BITCH!
~ Freddy Krueger killing Jennifer Caulfield.
Sorry, kid. I don't believe in fairytales!
~ Freddy Krueger killing Will Stanton.
You shouldn't have buried me. I'm not dead.
~ Freddy Krueger, upon returning in A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master.
Tell 'em Freddy sent ya!
~ Freddy after Roland Kincaid said he would "see him hell".
How's this for a wet dream?
~ Freddy Krueger drowning Joey Crusel in his water bed.
Elm Street's last brat...Farewell!
~ Freddy Krueger before killing Kristen Parker.
Welcome to wonderland, Alice!
~ Freddy Krueger to Alice Johnson.
I've been guarding my gate for a long time, bitch.
~ Freddy Krueger to Alice Johnson about his dream gate at the Nightmare Church within the dream world.
It's a boy!
~ Freddy Krueger upon his rebirth.
We'll see, bitch. We'll just see.
~ Freddy Krueger to the ghost of his late mother Amanda Krueger.
Bon apétit, bitch!
~ Freddy Krueger
You are what you eat!
~ Freddy Krueger
Faster than a bastard maniac! More powerful than a loco-madman! It's Super-Freddy!
~ Freddy Krueger turning into a supervillain in Mark Gray's dream.
Told ya! Comic books was bad for ya!
~ Freddy Krueger
Oh, that's right! Everyone forgot! That's why they weren't afraid anymore! That's why I needed Jason to kill for me... to get them to remember. But now he just won't stop, that hockey puck!
~ Freddy explaining his plan, before he kills Mark Davis in Freddy VS. Jason.
Aww...how sweet. (Pulls off Jason's mask.) You ugly little shit. Now there's a face...(Show the head of Pamela Voorhees) only a mother could love! Yeah! Now we're getting somewhere. Let's see what really scares you. And dig a little deeper.
~ Freddy torturing Jason Voorhees.

Freddy Krueger's Victims

Victims killed by Freddy Krueger

Before the films

  • 1: One of his class' 2 hamsters
  • 2: Mr. Underwood
  • 3-22: 20 children in Springwood
  • 23: Loretta Krueger

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

  • 24: Tina Gray
  • 25: Rod Lane
  • 26: Glen Lantz
  • 27: Marge Thompson

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)

  • 28. Two of Jesse Walsh's pet birds
  • 29: Coach Schneider
  • 30: Ron Grady
  • 31-37: At least 6 Swim Party guests
  • 38: Kerry Hellman
  • 39: Lisa Webber (Debatable)
  • 40: Jesse Walsh (Debatable)

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

  • 41: Unnamed Elm Street child
  • 42: Phillips Anderson
  • 43: Jennifer Caulfield
  • 44: Taryn White
  • 45: Will Stanton
  • 46: Donald Thompson
  • 47: Nancy Thompson

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

  • 48: Roland Kincaid
  • 49: Joey Crusel
  • 50: Kristen Parker
  • 51: Sheila Kopecky
  • 52: Rick Johnson
  • 53: Debbie Stevens

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)

  • 54: Dan Jordan
  • 55: Greta Gibson
  • 56: Mark Grey

Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

  • 57: Every child in Springwood and their population
  • 58: Carlos Rodriguez
  • 59: Spencer Lewis
  • 60: John Doe

Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

  • 61: Mrs. Campbell
  • 62: Bobby Davis
  • 63: Mark Davis

Powers and Abilities

Freddy Krueger

Freddy Krueger can invade people's dreams and kill them within their nightmares, which will also kill them in reality. He usually uses his clawed glove, but can also manipulate the dream world in any way he wants, such as sucking them into a bed, a comic book or a videogame, making them fall, extending himself, or turning them into an insect. On some occasions, he can possess people, though unlike when Jason does this in Jason Goes to Hell, the victim can survive.

The Dream World

Freddy is impossible to kill in the dream world. However, he is mortal while outside the dream world. He loses all his powers (though he can still disguise himself as his human form) in the real world. Even if he is killed, he can return from Hell if there is enough fear in the area he wishes to appear.

The Boiler Room, Freddy's most favorite twisting form of the dream world and his personal playground.

If a person touches fire (unless it is caused by Freddy to kill them) or anything burning hot, it can take them out of the dream world. Freddy also cannot leave Springwood unless inside the dreams of someone who is, in which case he still cannot invade other people's dreams unless the one whose mind he is inside is related to him. Freddy also seems to hate fire as it is what the parents used to burn him alive.

Reception

Freddy Krueger is widely considered an icon in horror. Wizard Magazine rated him the 14th greatest villain of all time, and he was ranked 8th on British channel Sky2's Greatest Villains of All Time and ranked 40th on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains. He was also ranked at #17 on Bravo's The 100 Scariest Movie Moments (2004).

Trivia

  • Freddy Krueger was created by the late Wes Craven.
  • Freddy Krueger was based on the late real-life American criminal and cult-leader by the name Charlie Manson, while Freddy's appearance was based on the late Klaus Kinski's portrayal of Dracula.
  • Although the backstory of Freddy being a pedophile was removed before the film's release, it is implied in Freddy vs. Jason that he very well still could have been more of a pedophile in nature, given he licked the photos of the children he slaughtered to stick to the pages of his book (although it's also possible it was a red herring and Freddy was only doing it to stick the pictures down). Either way, his actions do have sexual undertones.
  • Freddy Krueger is featured in the 2018 sci-fi movie Ready Player One.
  • Freddy appeared in the gripping YouTube fan film "Don't Fall Asleep", a direct sequel to "A Nightmare on Elm Street" and a prequel to "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors". He was portrayed by William Adams.
  • A Yo-Kai called Freddy J from the 2014 anime TV series adaption of the roleplaying game franchise Yo-Kai Watch was based on Freddy Krueger himself.

Freddy's signature weapon

  • Robert Englund cut himself the first time when he tried on the infamous Freddy glove.
  • In the original script, Freddy was a child molester. However, the decision was made to change him into being a child murderer to avoid accusations of exploiting a series of child molestations in California around the time of production. He was re-written as a child molester in the 2010 remake starring Jackie Earle Haley. Furthermore, as mentioned above, many of his murders still have sexual overtones meaning he possibly did molest some of his victims beforehand.

Elm Street.

  • The scene where Freddy's arms elongate were achieved by having men with fishing poles on each side of the alley operating a set of puppet arms attached to Robert Englund.
  • It would take about 3 hours to get Robert Englund into his Freddy make-up.
  • The inspiration for the character of Freddy came from several sources in Wes Craven's childhood. Fred Krueger was a schoolmate of his, with whom he had shared a paper route, and who had bullied him for several years. In The Last House on the Left (1972), Craven also used this experience as inspiration, calling the villain Krug. Freddy's appearance (especially the dirty clothes and hat) was inspired by a hobo, whom Craven saw staring at him through his window one day when he was ten.
  • Wes Craven's original concept for Freddy Krueger was considerably more gruesome, with teeth showing through the flesh over the jaw, pus running from the sores, and a part of the skull showing through the head. Make-up Artist David B. Miller argued that an actor could not be convincingly made up that way, and a puppet would be hard to film, and wouldn't blend well with live actors, so these ideas were eventually abandoned.
  • According to Wes Craven, Robert Englund was not the first choice for the role of Fred Krueger. Craven had initially wanted a stuntman to play the part, but upon testing several stuntmen, he realized he needed an actor.
  • The very first time we see Freddy in the movie, he is not being played by Robert Englund, but by special effects man Charles Belardinelli, as Belardinelli was the only one who knew exactly how to cut the glove and insert the blades.
  • According to Robert Englund, he based the physicality of Freddy on Klaus Kinski's performance in Werner Herzog's Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979). Englund also says on his DVD commentary that in his mind, the backstory for Freddy was based on something from his own childhood. On Valentine's Day when Englund was in school, everyone in the class made Valentine cards for one another, but there was one boy who received no cards from anyone. Englund theorized that this boy went on to become Freddy.
  • In the original script, Freddy's famous red-and-green sweater was red and yellow (based on the colors worn by Plastic Man, who, like Freddy, could change his form; the idea was that whatever Freddy changed into would be yellow and red). However, when Wes Craven read an article in "Scientific American" in 1982 that said the two most contrasting colors to the human retina were red and green, he decided to alter the colors.
  • The scene where Freddy presses through the wall above Nancy was shot by stretching a sheet of spandex across a hole in the wall and pressing against it. In the shot, Freddy is played by special effects designer Jim Doyle.
  • Originally, Freddy Krueger was designed by Wes Craven to be the typical "silent" serial killer, such as Jason Voorhees or Michael Myers. However, in the sequels, Freddy developed a cheeky persona that enabled him to be the black-humored villain.
  • Although he is credited as Freddy Krueger in the sequels, he is credited as "Fred Krueger" in the first film.
  • The original Nightmare on Elm Street is the only one where Freddy does not have stripes on the sleeves of his infamous sweater.
  • A popular myth surrounding this film is that David Warner was originally slated to play Freddy Krueger and that make-up tests were done, but Warner had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. This has been proven false by the filmmakers and by Warner himself in the recent book "Never Sleep Again".
  • Sometimes after finishing on the original film for the day, Robert Englund would tear off all of his makeup.
  • The scene where Freddy is set on fire, chases Nancy to the top of the stairs, falls back down, and starts back up again, was all shot in one take, with several cameras, and was the most elaborate fire scene ever filmed up to that time. Stuntman Anthony Cecere won best stunt of the year for the scene.
  • Robert Englund has stated that his favorite kill in the "Elm Street" franchise is Carlos' death in the sixth film. Carlos dies by having Freddy replace his hearing aid and causing his head to explode.
  • Robert Englund says he based Freddy Krueger on serial killers Ted Bundy and Denis Rader (the BTK killer).
  • In Gravity Falls, Freddy Krueger takes on the role of a category 9 ghost known as the "Dream Hipster".
  • In Freddy vs. Jason, one of Freddy's stunt doubles was portrayed by the famous pro-wrestler Rey Mysterio, one of those being the scene where Freddy jumped out of Crystal Lake and another in his infamous boiler room.

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Meowrice | Meowrice's Henchmen | Smaug | Gollum | Sauron | Witch-king of Angmar | Mouse King | Mouse Queen | Joker | Phantasm | Salvatore Valestra | Arthur Reeves | Chuckie Sol | Buzz Bronski | Grundel Toad | Berkeley Beetle | Mr. Mole | Mrs. Toad | Ms. Fieldmouse | Queen Gnorga | King Llort | Mr. Swackhammer | Monstars | Darla Dimple | Max | Mrs. Prysselius | Thunder Karlsson and Bloom | Ruber | Griffin | Ruber's Minions | Bladebeak | Eric Cartman | Saddam Hussein | Sheila Broflovski | Satan | Mr. Garrison | Chef | Randy Marsh | Shelly Marsh | Gerald Broflovski | Kent Mansley | Kralahome | Master Little | King Salazar | The Jokerz (Dee Dee Twins, Chucko & Woof) | Count Grisham | Cheswick | Thrax | Mayor Phlegmming | Thrax's Henchmen | Mojo Jojo | Gangreen Gang | Mr. Chairman | Bob Smith | Robo Dog | Anubis | Seto Kaiba | Dark Yugi | Pegasus J. Crawford | Mokuba Kaiba | Marik Ishtar | Ebenezer Scrooge Puppet | Barkis Bittern | Maudeline Everglot | Finis Everglot | Stan Beals | Wasps | Noah the Elder | Leopard Seal | Aguila | Stone Generals (Gato, Mono & Serpiente) | Karai | Foot Clan | Eddy's Brother | Kanker Sisters | Kevin | Sarah | Surtr | Nyra | Kludd | Allomere | Jatt and Jutt | Pure Ones | Lord Business | Super Secret Police (Bad Cop & Sheriff Not-A-Robot) | Duplo Aliens | Mr. Ross | Future Mordecai | Rigby | Benson Dunwoody | Muscle Man | Hunter | Pigeon Toady | Wolf Pack | Penguins | Joker (Lego) | Harley Quinn (Lego) | Phantom Zone Criminals | Catwoman (Lego) | Poison Ivy (Lego) | Two-Face (Lego) | Count Dracula | Imhotep | Lord Garmadon | Slade (Teen Titans Go!) | Balloon Man (Teen Titans Go!) | Lex Luthor (Teen Titans Go!) | Stonekeeper | Rex Dangervest | Velociraptors (Lego) | Foot Clan (Shredder) | League of Assassins (Ra's al Ghul (Batman vs. TMNT), Ubu (Batman vs. TMNT) & Talia al Ghul (Batman vs. TMNT)) | Joker (Batman vs. TMNT) | Harley Quinn (Batman vs. TMNT) | Scarecrow (Batman vs. TMNT) | Mr. Freeze (Batman vs. TMNT) | Poison Ivy (Batman vs. TMNT) | Bane (Batman vs. TMNT) | Two-Face (Batman vs. TMNT) | Penguin (Batman vs. TMNT) | Hexagon (Trigon (TTG) & Trigon (Original)) | Spinel | Pink Diamond | Scorpion | Quan Chi | Shang Tsung | Goro | Shao Kahn | Kano | Baraka | Reptile | Moloch | Motaro | Dick Dastardly (2020) | Muttley (2020) | Rotten Robots | Dusty | Cerberus | Terrance Mendoza | Butch | Al-G Rhythm | Pete | Goon Squad | Katz | Le Quack | Eustace Bagge

Live-Action Films
Prince John | Sir Guy of Gisbourne | High Sheriff of Nottingham | Dickon Malbete | Bishop of the Black Canons | Kasper Gutman | Joel Cairo | Major Heinrich Strasser | Signor Ugarte | Signor Ferrari | Rhedosaurus | Giant Carpenter Ants | Scorpio | Jack Torrance | Hotel Caretaker | Lorraine Massey | Overlook Hotel | Roy Batty | Pris Stratton | Leon Kowalski | Zhora Salome | Socs (Bob Sheldon, Randy Adderson, Paul Holden & David) | Mrs. Cade | Scut Farkus | Grover Dill | Stripe | Ruby Deagle | Gremlins | Mama Fratelli | Jake Fratelli | Francis Fratelli | Mr. Perkins | Troy Perkins | Sam & Sid Sleaze | Francis Buxton | Albert | Audrey II | Orin Scrivello | Gunnery Sergeant Hartman | Private Gomer Pyle | Door Gunner | Mr. Igoe | Max | David | Sergeant Nagata | Beetlejuice | Sandworms | The Joker | Bob the Goon | Alicia Hunt | Carl Grissom | Max Eckhardt | Vinnie Ricorso | Joe Chill | Witches (Grand High Witch, Susan Irvine, Nicola Cuttle, Pamela, Lois Leffour, Mildred, Elizabeth, Henrietta, Jacqueline & Beatrice) | Brain Gremlin | Daffy | George | Greta | Lenny | Secretary Gremlin | Bat Gremlin | Electric Gremlin | Cushing Catheter | Jimmy Conway | Tommy DeVito | Paul Cicero | Henry Hill | Billy Batts | Sheriff George of Nottingham | Guy of Gisbourne | Mortianna | Bishop of Hereford | Funekei Yoshida | Sato | Tanaka | Muto | Ito | Hardboy | Hagata | Heather Evans | Penguin | Max Shreck | Catwoman | Red Triangle Circus Gang | Charles Rane | Sabrina Ritchie | Forget | Vincent | Matthew | William Strannix | Peter Krill | Daumer | William Foster | Nick the Neo-Nazi | Switchblade Sam | Pod People | Dial | Dr. Charles Nichols | Simon Phoenix | Raymond Cocteau | Frederick Sykes | Ray Finkle | Vinnie and Roc | Lawrence Van Dough | Ferguson | HAL 9000 | Lestat | Armand | Santiago | John Milner | Bill Wilcox | Ilya Pavel Kazak | Rosa | Leonid Volkov | Zhukov | Stefan | Emilio Juantorena | Navigator | Codebreaker | Baker | Clarice Kensington | Miss Minchin | Riddler | Two-Face | Sugar | Spice | NygmaTech (Frogmen) | Neon Gang | Salvatore Maroni | Travis Dane | Marcus Penn | Miguel Bain | Vincent Cadby | Neil McCauley | Waingro | Roger van Zant | Jonas Miller | Daniel Harper | Robert Deguerin | Mr. Swackhammer | Monstars | Martians (Martian Leader, Martian Ambassador & Martian Girl) | John Wesley | Wesley's Whalers | Poison Ivy | Mr. Freeze | Bane | Jason Woodrue | John Milton | Christabella Andreoli | Lloyd Gettys | Grant Frost | Agent Smith | Cypher Reagan | Agents (Agent Jones, Agent Brown & Agent Johnson) | Susan McCallister | Jim Whitlock | Mako Sharks | William Wharton | Percy Wetmore | Jeremy Melton | Mr. Tinkles | Thrax | Mayor Phlegmming | Thrax's Henchmen | Alonzo Harris | Roger | Lord Voldemort | Quirinus Quirrell | Draco Malfoy | Severus Snape | Mountain Troll | The Dursleys | Burke Bennett | Frank Stokes | Merv Green | Buggy Ding Dong | Parade of Hope | Rainbow Randolph | Scrappy-Doo | N' Goo Tuana | Zarkos | Demons | Luna Ghost | Akasha | Spiders (Consuela & Tank) | Mayor Wade | Alistair Pratt | Lucius Malfoy | Basilisk | Gilderoy Lockhart | Acromantula (Aragog & Acromantula Colony) | Mr. Gray | Byrus | T-X | T-1 | Skynet | Mr. Chairman | Bob Smith | Robo Dog | Jonathan Jacobo | Peter Pettigrew | Dementors | Marge Dursley | Clara Dalrymple | Sir Trenton | Trenton's Pride | Guy of Lusignan | Raynald of Châtillon | Ra's al Ghul | Scarecrow | Carmine Falcone | League of Shadows (Decoy of Ra's al Ghul) | Victor Zsasz | Arthur Slugworth | Barty Crouch Jr. | Nagini | Bellatrix Lestrange | V | Adam Sutler | Lewis Prothero | Norsefire | Peter Creedy | Anthony Lilliman | Light Yagami | Lex Luthor | German Drinking Team | Cherry | Sister Summersisle | Frank Costello | Arnold French | Colin Sullivan | Captain Vidal | Colonel Coetzee | Captain Poison | Oliver Potter | Zodiac Killer | Arthur Leigh Allen | Xerxes | Dolores Umbridge | Cornelius Fudge | Sam | Steven Wilkins | Mr. Kreeg | Laurie | Macy | Alpha Male | Darkseekers | Sweeney Todd | Nellie Lovett | Judge Turpin | Beadle Bamford | Jonas Fogg | Adolfo Pirelli | Agent 23 | Siegfried | Dalip | T-RIP | Serena Kogan | Joker | Two-Face | Sal Maroni | Gambol | Joker's Thugs | Principal Deedle | Ezekial Gallows | Prudence Prufrock | Lord Henry Blackwood | Lord Coward | Esther Coleman | Decoy Queen | Mr. Black | Rolf Woods | Kitty Galore | Paws | Mayor Brown | Chief of Staff | Carnegie | Wanda Grubwort | Lake Monster | Mal Cobb | Blue Jones | Angelique Bouchard | Dr. Julia Hoffman | Bane | Talia al Ghul | Barsad | Catwoman | John Daggett | Hades (Clash of the Titans) | Kraken (Clash of the Titans) | Acrisius | Medusa (Clash of the Titans) | Prokopion | Charon (Clash of the Titans) | Kronos (Wrath of the Titans) | Ares (Wrath of the Titans) | Cyclopes (Wrath of the Titans) | Minotaur (Wrath of the Titans) | Makhai | Azog | Smaug | Witch-king of Angmar | Sauron | Gollum | Tom Buchanan | Jay Gatsby | Myrtle Wilson | George Wilson | Daisy Buchanan | General Fallon | Giants (Jack the Giant Slayer) | Lord Roderick | Wickie | Precursors | Kaiju (Trespasser, Knifehead, Mutavore, Otachi, Leatherback, Raiju, Scunner & Slattern) | Bathsheba Sherman | Annabelle the Doll | Artemisia | M.U.T.O. | Disciples of the Ram (Annabelle Higgins & Thin Man) | Dr. Mann | Tyler Harne | Deputy Stack | Emilio | Victoria Vinciguerra | Valak | Léon Rom | Lamar Blackburn | Braxton | Gellert Grindelwald | Credence Barebone | New Salem Philanthropic Society (Mary Lou Barebone) | Skullcrawlers (Skull Devil) | Preston Packard | Niander Wallace | Luv | It | Bowers Gang (Henry Bowers, Patrick Hockstetter, Belch Huggins & Vic Criss) | Alvin Marsh | Butch Bowers | Leonard Dekkom | Duncan Taylor | Mathias Vogel | Ana Miller | Nolan Sorrento | Innovative Online Industries (I-R0k, F’Nale Zandor & Sixers) | Claire Wyden | Brett Wyden | George, Ralph and Lizzie | Jack Morris | Duke of St. Carta | Vinda Rosier | Abernathy | Queenie Goldstein | Shere Khan | Tabaqui | Howard Clifford | Ditto | Sebastian | Ann Laurent | King Ghidorah | Rodan | Alan Jonah | Asher Jonah | Emma Russell | The Banana Splits (Fleegle, Drooper, Snorky & Bingo) | Poppy | Karl | Leo | Cry Baby | Kelly | The Principal | The Biology Teacher | Webby Garton | Steven Dubay | Chris Unwin | Tom Rogan | Arthur Fleck | Penny Fleck | Randall | Clowns (Clown & Ambulance Clown) | Wall Street Three | Penny Fleck's Boyfriend | Rose the Hat | The True Knot | Andrei Sator | Priya Singh | Zelda | Consuella | Esmerelda | Saoirse | Terrance Mendoza | Butch | Mechagodzilla | Apex Cybernetics (Walter Simmons, Ren Serizawa & Maia Simmons) | Shang Tsung | Sub-Zero | Mileena | Reiko | Kano | Kabal | Goro | Reptile | Nitara | Shao Kahn | Al-G Rhythm | Pete | Goon Squad | Baron Vladimir Harkonnen | Count Glossu Rabban | Gabriel | The Analyst | Riddler | Penguin | Carmine Falcone | Joker

Animated Television
The Grinch | Cousin Mel | I.M. Slime | Snow Miser | Heat Miser | General Parvo | Werewolves | North Wind | Hervnick Z. Snerz | Goat | Yes-Man | The Dooka of Yookia | The Dookess of Zookia | Philip Trousers | Marilyn Blouse

Video Games
Sauron (Shadow of Mordor) | Black Hand of Sauron | Celebrimbor | Tower of Sauron | Hammer of Sauron | Children of Arkham (Vicki Vale, Oswald Cobblepot & Blockbuster) | Catwoman | Harvey Dent | Falcone Crime Family | Joe Chill | Victor Zsasz | Mr. & Mrs. Vale | Gotham Criminal Triumvirate (Carmine Falcone, Thomas Wayne & Hamilton Hill) | The Pact (Riddler, Harley Quinn, Bane, Mr. Freeze, John Doe & Eli Knable) | The Agency (Amanda Waller & Roger Harrison) | Rumi Mori | Willy Deever | S.A.N.C.T.U.S. | Zog the Eternal | Brûz the Chopper

Shorts
Daffy Duck | Sylvester | Tasmanian Devil | Wile E. Coyote | Elmer Fudd | Yosemite Sam | Marvin the Martian | Instant Martians | Gossamer | Tom | Jerry | Spike | Butch

Music
Crazy Taxi Driver | Cry Baby | Big Bad Wolf | Mr. Potato Head

See Also
Adventure Time Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | Aquaman Villains | Archieverse Villains | Arkhamverse Villains | Arrowverse Villains | Batgirl Villains | Batman Villains | Batman Beyond Villains | Batwoman Villains | Ben 10 Villains | Birds of Prey Villains | Black Lightning Villains | Blue Beetle Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Captain Planet Villains | Catwoman Villains | Cats & Dogs Villains | Cartoon Network Villains | Christopher Nolan Villains | Constantine: The Hellblazer Villains | Danmachi Villains | DC Animated Universe Villains | DC Animated Movie Universe Villains | DC Extended Universe Villains | DC Super Hero Girls Villains | DC's Legends of Tomorrow Villains | Doom Patrol Villains | Dune Villains | Eraser Villains | Flash Villains | Game of Thrones Villains | Gotham Villains | Green Arrow Villains | Green Lantern Villains | Gremlins Villains | Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe Villains | Harley Quinn Villains | Harry Potter Villains | Injustice Villains | Justice League Villains | Justice League Dark Villains | Justice Society Villains | Laika Villains | Legendary Entertainment Villains | Legion of Super-Heroes Villains | Lethal Weapons Villains | Loonatics Unleashed Villains | Looney Tunes Villains | Lucifer Villains | Mad Max Villains | Melanie Martinez Villains | Middle-Earth Villains | MonsterVerse Villains | Mortal Kombat Villains | New Line Cinema Villains | Pacific Rim Villains | Peacemaker Villains | Pokémon Villains | Powerpuff Girls Villains | Primal Villains | Regular Show Villains | Rick and Morty Villains | Robin Villains | Robot Chicken Villains | Rush Hour Villains | Samurai Jack Villains | Sesame Street Villains | Scooby-Doo Villains | SHAZAM Villains | Sherlock Holmes Villains | Smallville Villains | South Park Villains | Space Jam Villains | Static Shock Villains | Steel Villains | Stephen King Villains | Steven Universe Villains | SWAT Kats Villains | Suicide Squad Villains | Supergirl Villains | Superman Villains | Swamp Thing Villains | Syfy Villains | Teen Titans Villains | Telltale Batman Villains | Terminator Villains | The Banana Splits Movie Villains | The Conjuring Villains | The Hangover Villains | The LEGO Movie Villains | The Matrix Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Tiny Toon Adventures Villains | Tom and Jerry Villains | TMNT Villains | Watchmen Villains | Wild Wild West Villains | Wonder Woman Villains | Xiaolin Showdown Villains | Yu-Gi-Oh! Villains | Young Justice Villains

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Animated Features
Rothbart | Bridget

Live-Action Films
Freddy Krueger | Critters | Shredder | Tatsu | Jobe Smith | Tokka and Rahzar | Walker | Lord Norinaga | It (Stephen King) | Jason Voorhees | The Mask | Dorian Tyrell | Sweet Eddy | Orlando | Freeze | Niko | Nicholas Andre | Shang Tsung | Kano | Goro | Sub-Zero | Scorpion | Reptile | Shao Kahn | Dr. Evil | Scott Evil | Frau Farbissina | Number Two | Alotta Fagina | Sindel | Shinnok | Mileena | Motaro | Sheeva | Ermac | Jade | Baraka | Cyrax | Smoke | Fembots | Vanessa Kensington | Glenn Gulia | Spider Smith | Dr. Zachary Smith | Deacon Frost | Quinn | Vanessa Brooks | Mercury | Racquel | Pearl | Officer Krieger | Thomas Griffin | Sang | Clive Cobb | Derek Vinyard | Mini-Me | Fat Bastard | Adrian | Cassius | The Peeper | Sauron | Saruman | Gollum | Durin's Bane | Gríma Wormtongue | Witch-king of Angmar | Nazgûl | Gothmog | Orcs | Uruk-hai | Trolls | Olog-hai | Ricky Tan | Hu Li | Steven Reign | Zing | Chuck Cedar | Mac McGrath | Goldmember | Jared Nomak | Eli Damaskinos | Reaper Strain | Dieter Reinhardt | Scud | Willard Stiles | Ben | Mr. Frank Martin | George Miller | Tommy Miller | Drake | Central Park Rangers | Danica Talos | Asher Talos | Jarko Grimwood | Pac-Man | Werewolf | Loki | Kenji | Varden Reynard | Dragon Lady Jasmine | Ron Fox | Colton Graham | Big Bob | Jason Voorhees | Freddy Krueger | David Harken | Julia Harris | Bobby Pellitt | Azog | Yazneg | Torturer of Dol Guldur | Goblins (Great Goblin) | Bolg | Smaug | Master of Laketown | General Fallon | Giants | Lord Roderick | Wickie | Rex Hanson | Bert Hanson | Claire Wyden | Brett Wyden | George, Ralph and Lizzie | Shang Tsung | Sub-Zero | Mileena | Reiko | Kano | Kabal | Goro | Reptile | Nitara | Gabriel

See Also
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Live-Action Films
Anton Arcane | Freddy Krueger | Horace Pinker | The Robesons | Billy Loomis | Stu Macher | Debbie Loomis | Mickey Altieri | Roman Bridger | John Milton | Jill Roberts | Charlie Walker | Chloe

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Voorhees Family
Jason Voorhees (remake) | Pamela Voorhees | Elias Voorhees

Others
Ali | Ben | Charles McCulloch | Dr. Crews | Ethan | Ethel Hubbard | Fox | Frisell | Homes and Jojo | Joe Travers | Joseph | Junior Hubbard | Loco | Maggie | Melissa Paur | Robert Campbell | Roy Burns | Tamara Mason | Trent Sutton | Victor Faden | Wayne Sanchez | Wayne Webber

Crossovers
Freddy Kreuger | Leatherface | Dream Demons

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Jason Voorhees

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Main Villains
Blaze | Daegon | Dark Kahn | Havik | Kronika | Onaga | One Being | Quan Chi | Shang Tsung | Shao Kahn | Shinnok

Secondary Villains
Cetrion | D'Vorah | Geras | Goro | Kintaro | Lex Luthor | Noob Saibot | Sindel

Other Villains
Baraka | Chameleon | Cyrax | Drahmin | Ermac | Erron Black | Frost | Hotaru | Hsu Hao | Jade | Jarek | Kabal | Kano | Kira | Kobra | Kollector | Mavado | Mileena | Moloch | Motaro | Rain | Reiko | Reptile | Scorpion | Sektor | Sheeva | Skarlet | Smoke | Tanya | Tremor | Triborg

Undead Villains
Jade | Kabal | Kitana | Kung Lao | Kurtis Stryker | Liu Kang | Nightwolf | Sindel | Smoke

Guest Star Villains
Alien | Catwoman | Darkseid | Deathstroke | Freddy Krueger | Jason Voorhees | John Rambo | Joker | Kratos | Leatherface | Predator | Terminator

Non Playable Villains
Forrest Fox | Jataaka | Kia | Lin Kuei Grandmaster | Lucifer | Malebolgia | No Face | Oni Warlord | Rojack | Ruutuu

Evil Races
Centaurians | Demons | Dragons | Hellspawn | Kytinn | Oni | Shokan | Tarkata | Tormentors | Wraiths | Zombies

Evil Organizations
Army of Darkness | Black Dragon Clan | Brotherhood of Shadow | Cyber Ninjas | Dragon King's Army | Festival of Death | Forces of Darkness | Kahn Guards | Masked Guards | Red Dragon Clan | Shaakans | Shadow Assassins | Shadow Priests | Tekunin

Movies
Mortal Kombat: The Journey Begins (1995): Shang Tsung | Goro
Mortal Kombat (1995): Shang Tsung | Kano | Goro | Sub-Zero | Scorpion | Reptile | Shao Kahn
Mortal Kombat: Annihilation: Shao Kahn | Sindel | Shinnok | Mileena | Motaro | Sheeva | Ermac | Jade | Baraka | Cyrax | Smoke | Scorpion | Noob Saibot | Reptile | Rain
Mortal Kombat: Rebirth: Shang Tsung | Sub-Zero | Reptile | Baraka
Mortal Kombat: Legacy: Gadsen | Liu Kang
Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge: Scorpion | Quan Chi | Shang Tsung | Goro | Shao Kahn | Kano | Baraka | Reptile | Moloch | Motaro | One Being
Mortal Kombat (2021): Shang Tsung | Sub-Zero | Mileena | Reiko | Kano | Kabal | Goro | Reptile | Nitara
Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms: Shao Kahn | Shinnok | Shang Tsung | One Being | Scorpion | Lin Kuei Grandmaster | Sektor | Cyrax | Mileena | Smoke | Reiko | Kintaro | Jade | D'Vorah

Shows
Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm: Hideyoshi | Komodai | Oniro | Ruby | Zaggot | Zara | Zenkaro
Mortal Kombat: Conquest: Bannak | Baron Reyland | Cilene | Jola | Kebral | Kiri and Ankha | Noob Saibot | Queen Kreeya | Peron | Qali | Scorpion | Siann, Mika and Sora | Sub-Zero | Vorpax

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