Daedalus was a vampire and the Primogen for Clan Nosferatu. Despite his horrific appearance, Daedalus had a tender soul. He was devoutly loyal to his prince Julian Luna. Daedalus rarely left his warren beneath Luna's mansion, but occasionally ventured out into the city on personal matters. He attempted to court a human lounge singer named Elaine Robb with disastrous results and later took an interest in a terminally ill child named Abel. Daedalus later sought to rally the Nosferatu behind him, luring them away from the dark path offered to them by the rogue vampire Goth.
Featured in: Kindred: The Embraced
Played by: Jeff Kober
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Featured in: Blood Monkey (2007)
Played by: Freishia Bomambehran
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Delores Bickerman was an elderly woman who lived in the town of Black Lake, Maine. Some years ago, she watched her husband get killed by the pet crocodile that they had raised. The crocodile developed a taste for human flesh and grew up to be more than thirty-feet in length. Bickerman did not feed it any more human victims, but the crocodile did survive on a steady diet of live cows. In 1999, the crocodile was responsible for several deaths in the town and local authorities visited Delores Bickerman to question her. Bickerman proved to be very uncooperative, particularly when she discovered that they intended on killing the animal. She openly expressed her desire to see the crocodile eat them all.
Featured in: Lake Placid (1999)
Played by: Betty White
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Denise Willis was one of the four primary victims of the Firefly family. Denise lasted the longest of all four and even survived Doctor Satan's underground dungeon. Ultimately however, she was recaptured by Otis B. Driftwood and Captain Spaulding.
- Main article: Denise Willis
Derek Allen was the proprietor of a gun store in Haddonfield, Illinois. He sold Doctor Sam Loomis a .357 magnum for his hunt for Michael Myers
Featured in: Halloween (2007)
Played by: Micky Dolenz
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Devon MacLeish was the lead vocals for an alternative rock band called Dingoes Ate My Baby. He frequently performed at a night club called The Bronze in Sunnydale, California.
Featured in: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Played by: Jason Hall
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Doctor Bankhead was a specialist in the occult and appeared as the special guest on the Morris Green show where he attempted to analyze the Doctor Satan murders of 1977.
Featured in: The Devil's Rejects (2005)
Played by: Duane Whitaker
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Along with Doctor Rogers and Doctor Terence Wynn, Doctor Carpenter was one of the administrators of the Smith's Grove Sanitarium during the 1960s. Despite the warnings of his colleague Doctor Sam Loomis, Doctor Carpenter saw nothing extraordinary about six-year-old Michael Myers and placed him in the juvenile ward. Even when a string of mysterious deaths began to take place, Carpenter refused to believe that Michael was involved with any of them. In 1971, against Loomis' protests, Carpenter held a Halloween party for the younger patients. Myers killed a patient named Nancy as well as a doctor named Jennifer Hill. Note: Doctor Carpenter is named after Halloween director John Carpenter.
Featured in: Halloween #1 (Chaos Comics)
Played by: N/A
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Doctor Koplenson was one of the administrators at Smith's Grove Sanitarium. He was present during Michael Myers' parole hearing and agreed with his peers to deny Michael's parole. When Michael broke out of Smith's Grove, Koplenson telephoned Michael's caretaker, Doctor Sam Loomis, to inform him of the massacre left behind in Michael's wake.
Featured in: Halloween (2007)
Played by: Clint Howard
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Doctor Mixter was the chief of staff at Haddonfield Memorial Hospital. Apparently, he had some connection to the Strode Family. On Halloween night, 1978, Mixter was at a country club getting heavily inebriated when he received a call about the murders taking place in the Orange Grove section of Haddonfield. He returned to the hospital to administer to a survivor, Laurie Strode. Despite Laurie's protests, Doctor Mixter kept the young girl heavily medicated. Michael Myers, the man responsible for the murders, broke into Mixter's office at the hospital and stabbed him in the eye with a syringe. His body was discovered moments later by nurse Janet Marshall.
Featured in: Halloween II (1981)
Played by: Ford Rainey
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- Main article: S. Quentin Quale. Doctor Satan is a malformed psychopathic surgeon who lives in an underground operating room near the town of Ruggsville. Attending him is the malformed mutant known as the Professor. Doctor Satan performs exploratory brain surgery on Jerry Goldsmith, resulting in the boy's death.
Doctor Stevens was the assistant of Doctor Sandra Mornay and Doctor Lejos and worked out of Lejos' laboratory in La Mirada, Florida. When Lejos revealed himself to be the vampire Dracula, Doctor Stevens helped Larry Talbot and Chick Young rescue their friend Wilbur Grey.
Featured in: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Played by: Charles Bradstreet
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Doctor Wolfenstein was the host of a horror film program called the "Creature Feature Show". He usually had a hairy hunchbacked assistant working with him, smashing pumpkins on a table with a large wooden mallet. In October, 1977, he told viewers to tune into Channel 68 on Halloween Eve for a movie marathon. He concluded the preview by eerily intoning, "I will be with you until... the end", which was then followed by maniacal laughter.
Featured in: House of 1000 Corpses (2003)
Played by: Gregg Gibbs
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Donald Myers was the husband of Edith Myers and the father of Judith, Michael and Cynthia Myers. His son Michael suffered from a psychological condition in which he heard a "voice" which prompted him to commit murder. According to the Halloween novelization, Donald's father also suffered from a similar condition though there is little knowledge available about him. On Halloween night, 1963, Donald and his wife returned home to find their son dressed in a clown costume holding a bloody butcher knife. They were horrified to learn that he had just murdered his older sister Judith. Donald had young Michael committed to Smith's Grove Sanitarium where he spent the next fifteen years in isolation. In 1966, Donald and Edith were in an automobile accident that ended their lives. Young Cynthia was adopted by the Strode family and her name was legally changed to Laurie Strode. Note: Has also been referred to as Peter Myers.
Featured in: Halloween (1978); Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode
Played by: George O'Hanlon, Jr.
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Donald Willis was the father of Denise Willis and came out to the Firefly residence in search of her when she disappeared in 1977. He was shot in the back by Otis B. Driftwood who later skinned him and wore his face, chest and shoulders as a costume.
Featured in: House of 1000 Corpses (2003)
Played by: Harrison Young
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Doug Shapiro was a con-man who, pretending to be a movie producer, tricked young girls into posing nude for him. Victor Crowley killed him by twisting his head off with his bare hands.
Featured in: Hatchet (2006)
Played by: Joel Murray
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