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|Continuity:||Halloween film series|
|Location:||Haddonfield, Warren County, Illinois|
|1st appearance:||Halloween II (1981)|
Alice Martin was a young girl living in the town of Haddonfield. On Halloween night, 1978, she was home alone and talking to her friend Sally on the kitchen telephone when she heard screaming coming from the Elrod residence next door. She called out to her neighbors, but received no reply. She then went back inside her house and continued talking on the telephone with her friend Sally, informing her that her parents were out of town visiting a relative. Unbeknownst to Alice, Michael Myers was watching her. Eventually her friend told her about the discovery of three dead bodies that were being reported on the news. Alice turned on the radio to learn more. At that moment, she heard a sound coming from the living room and dropped the phone. Alice turned around and peered into teh living room only to discover that the front door was open. She had said "Hello? Is anyone there?" as she walked through the living room towards the front door. However, she never got the chance to close the front door because Michael emerged from hiding and quickly stabbed Alice.
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Alice Martin was created by director Rick Rosenthal and screenwriters John Carpenter and Debra Hill.
- This is actress Anne Bruner's only role in a horror film.
- Alice's last name was revealed in Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode #1.
- Alice was the fourth human victim of Michael Myers on Halloween night, and the first confirmed victim following his initial encounter with Doctor Loomis. It is possible that Michael may have slain the Elrods shortly before killing Alice, but this remains unconfirmed.
- The actress on the other of the telephone that Alice is speaking to in the film is Nancy Kyes. Nancy played the role of Annie Brackett in Halloween.
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