|“||You are so smug, you know that? You think the world revolves around you, don't you? We couldn't survive without the mighty and powerful Leonardo... ...to guide us through our problems. Well, I got a news flash for you: We got along just fine without you.(Leo: oh, and this qualifies as "just fine"? Dressing up like it's Halloween every night? Risking the safety of our family? I mean,come on,what were you thinking?) Don't push it. You can't leave and come back... ...expecting us to fall in line like your little soldiers.(Leo : Hey, I was training. Training to be a better leader, for you. Why do you hate me for that?) And whoever said I wanted to be led? I'm better off calling my own shots now. Get used to it. (Leo : You aren't ready. You're impatient and hot-tempered. And more importantly, I'm better than you.) Oh, you know something, big brother? I'd have to disagree with you on that one. (Leo : Don't do this, Raph.) I'm done taking orders.||„|
|~ Raphael to Leonardo before they clash in TMNT|
Raphael is the overall main protagonist of the 1990's Live-Action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film series and the fourth film TMNT. He is the short tempered and hot head of his brothers who wears a red bandana and wields twin sais.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Raphael appears as the main protagonist of the film. In this film he is seen arguing with Leonardo throughout the film and he even uses mild profanity at times. He then gets badly hurt by the Foot. In the final battle with Shredder, he and his brothers get beaten until Splinter shows up and finishes the Shredder.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Oozes
Raphael in this film appears as one of the four main protagonists. He also once again argues with Leonardo, though not as much in the first film. In the final battle with Super Shredder, he and his brothers finally kill the Shredder once and for all.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3
Raphael once again is one of the main protagonists in the third film.
Raphael is the main character and protagonist of TMNT. This time his brothers serve as deuteragonists and tritagonists, due to most of the film focusing on the rivalry between him and Leo. Raph is the main protagonist and Leo is the deuteragonist, due to Raph learning and understanding new lessons.