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Douglas Quaid from Total Recall

In Total Recall, Douglas Quaid (played by Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a construction engineer on Earth in the year 2084. Quaid is having recurring dreams about Mars and a strange woman who lives there. He has never visited the planet but has always wanted to. Quaid decides to get to the “Rekall” center to have an implanted memory of Mars so he would not physically have to go. Before the Martian memories could be implanted Quaid violently reacts and has an episode so extreme “Rekall” agents sedate him, erase his memory of visiting and toss him in a taxi. We discover Quaid’s memories have been erased before and now he is under attack with clues from his former self known as “Hauser” telling him how to get back to Mars. Quaid’s quest is to get to Mars and to find the strange woman Melina. Quaid’s blue-collar working man’s clothes serve functionality. For a more complete look, you can tear some of the fabric and add fake blood on your face/body and clothes.

Howard Langston from Jingle All the Way

Howard Langston, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, is the protagonist of the classic family Christmas film Jingle All the Way. He is a workaholic who struggles to give his son what he wants most for Christmas, a rare Turbo-Man action figure, on Christmas Eve. You may either get the blue or red checkered shirt depending on which appearance.

Commando John Matrix

In Commando, Colonel John Matrix (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a retired Delta Force operator who’s brought back when mercenaries kidnap his daughter, and it’s not long before Matrix himself is abducted. It turns out the mercenaries are made up of members of his former unit who have been decommissioned for enjoying the killing too much, led by a former South American dictator who wishes to carry out a political assassination and kickstart a military coup.

T-800

In Terminator 2, the Cyberdyne Systems T-800 Model (Arnold Schwarzenegger), once referred to as “Uncle Bob”, was sent from the future to arrive in Acton, California on June 8, 1995. Its mission was to protect young John Connor, which it successfully completed.

John Connor

In the Terminator series, John Connor leads a resistance to fight robotic Terminators that have taken control in the future. He’s portrayed by different actors in each sequel but the youngest version (Edward Furlong) is the most memorable – probably because he taught the Terminator to say “Hasta la Vista, Baby!”