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|“||There's a reason we're supposed to be afraid of this night.||„|
|~ Deputy Frank Hawkins.|
|“||It's not your fault, it's mine. It was an accident. I was lost in my own regret. I saw the look in Loomis' eyes, all he wanted was more blood, more death. I couldn't take it, and then in that moment all I could think was that inside that monster there was somebody's baby boy. I could've made all this go away. It's not your fault, it's mine.||„|
|~ Frank to Laurie Strode.|
Deputy Frank Hawkins is a supporting character in the 2018 horror film Halloween, a direct sequel to the 1978 classic, and a minor character in the 2021 sequel Halloween Kills. He was the officer who found Michael Myers after his 1978 killing spree, and prevented Dr. Loomis from executing the killer. When Myers returns forty years later to continue his killing spree, Hawkins regrets his decision and decides to help Laurie Strode stop the monster for good.
He is portrayed by Will Patton, and by Thomas Mann in flashback scenes.
Before Hawkins had Michael Myers captured and sent back to Smith's Grove Sanitarium, he prevented Dr. Samuel Loomis from killing Michael in 1978.
40 years later, during the night after the security guards, and the father and son are killed, he encounters Dr. Sartain injured and takes him to Haddonfield Memorial Hospital.
The following morning, Deputy Hawkins explains to an officer that Michael Myers escaped the transport and will most certainly return to Haddonfield to finish what he started four decades prior. Later during the night, he investigates Julian's house, and finds Vicky and Dave's corpses, then Laurie shoots Michael through a window, only to find out it's his reflection in a mirror. Laurie and Hawkins patrol behind the neighboring houses and find Michael; Laurie shoots him, but as she turns the corner, Michael is gone.
When Laurie takes her daughter Karen and her son in-law Ray to her house to get all the weapons set up, Hawkins takes Dr. Sartain with him to help find Michael, and while they are in search for him. The two manage to find Laurie's missing granddaughter Allyson after she discovered the body of her friend and escaped from Michael herself. While driving, Michael is spotted walking down the street by Allyson; despite Sartain insisting they keep him alive, Hawkins runs over Michael with his squad car. The two exit the vehicle to check on Michael, with Sartain checking his pulse and declaring him dead. However, Hawkins insists on shooting Michael just to be sure; at this point, it is revealed that Sartain falsely claimed Michael was deceased and pulls out a stiletto blade hidden in his pen, stabbing and injuring Hawkins.
Deputy Hawkins survived his injuries after being rescued by Cameron Elam.
- The final timeline is the only continuity (besides for the 2007 timeline) where the Deputy in 1978 is not Gary Hunt.
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