- REDIRECT Template:Infobox characterRobert "Bobby" Davis is a minor character in Freddy vs. Jason and played by actor Zack Ward. Bobby Davis only appeared in a dream sequence and in a photograph. It is unknown if Freddy killed him or he committed suicide.
Bobby was the older brother of Mark Davis. He had red hair and drove a custom van. Mark idolized his brother, but was completely unaware of the fact that Bobby was having nightmares wherein he was being tormented by a sadistic dream entity named Freddy Krueger.
On January 18th of 1999, Bobby Davis killed himself and his corpse was found in a blood-filled bath tub. Mark was greatly traumatized by this and sent to the Westin Hills Psychiatric Hospital in nearby Westin Hills.
In 2003, Mark escaped from Westin Hills along with his friend, Will Rollins and Mark returned home and stared at a photograph of his family.
He lamented to himself, "You've always been there for me, bro". Feeling the need to sleep beginning to overwhelm him, Mark opened a bottle of Wake Aid.
As he closed the door to the medicine cabinet however, he saw Freddy staring back at him in the mirror. It was at this point that Mark began to realize that it was too late that he was asleep and dreaming.
Turning around, he saw his dead brother who was sitting in a blood-filled bath tub. Although it looked like his brother, it was Freddy's voice that came through.
Then, Freddy told him how everyone forgot about him and he needed Jason Voorhees to help everyone remember.
The image of his brother rose from the tub. The slice marks upon his wrists were open and bleeding. Freddy killed Mark moments later to send a message to the people of Springwood.
Notes & TriviaEdit
- The character of Bobby Davis was created by director Ronny Yu and screenwriters Damian Shannon and Mark Swift.
- Bobby Davis never makes an actual appearance in the film. He dies prior to the events of the movie. He is only seen in a family photograph that Mark Davis owns, and he appears as a distorted representation of Bobby Davis in Mark's nightmare.