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Child's Play 3 (30-Aug-1991)

Director: Jack Bender

Writer: Don Mancini

Music Composed and Performed by: Cory Lerios; John D'Andrea

Producer: Robert Latham Brown

Keywords: Horror, Possession, Puppets, Toys Come Alive

Second sequel to Child's Play (1988).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brad Dourif
Actor
18-Mar-1950   Billy Bibbit in One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
Peter Haskell
Actor
15-Oct-1934 12-Apr-2010 Kevin Grant on Bracken's World
Dakin Matthews
Actor
7-Nov-1940   Character actor
Perrey Reeves
Actor
30-Nov-1970   Entourage
Andrew Robinson
Actor
14-Feb-1942   Garak on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Henry G. Sanders
Actor
18-Aug-1942   Robert E. on Dr. Quinn
Justin Whalin
Actor
6-Sep-1974   Jimmy Olsen on Lois and Clark

CAST

Justin Whalin   ...   Andy Barclay
Perrey Reeves   ...   De Silva
Jeremy Sylvers   ...   Tyler
Travis Fine   ...   Shelton
Dean Jacobson   ...   Whitehurst
Brad Dourif   ...   Chucky (voice)
Peter Haskell   ...   Sullivan
Dakin Matthews   ...   Col. Cochrane
Andrew Robinson   ...   Sgt. Botnick
Burke Byrnes   ...   Sgt. Clark
Matthew Walker   ...   Ellis
Donna Eskra   ...   Ivers
Edan Gross   ...   Good Guy Doll (voice)
Terry Wills   ...   Garbage Man
Richard Marion   ...   Patterson
Laura Owens   ...   Lady Executive
Ron Fassler   ...   Petzold
Michael Chieffo   ...   Security Guard
Henry G. Sanders   ...   Major
Lois Foraker   ...   Sgt. Frazier
David Ellzey   ...   Ghoul
Mark Christopher Lawrence   ...   Cop
Richard A. Pack   ...   Nelson
Michael Renna   ...   Cadet
Ryan Austine   ...   Cadet
Kent Winfrey   ...   Cadet
Matt Daniels   ...   Cadet
Aimee Joy Slutske   ...   Carnival Teenager
Alexis Kirschner   ...   Carnival Kid
Jessica Kirschner   ...   Carnival Kid
Sophie Owens-Bender   ...   Carnival Kid
Hannah Owens-Bender   ...   Carnival Kid
Kim Stockdale   ...   Mother
David O. Sosna   ...   Trash Picker

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 19-Oct-2006)

Upon turning 16, Andy was sent to military school having failed to stay in foster homes. Meanwhile, Play Pals decided to re-release its old Good Guy toyline, thinking that all of the bad publicity had died down. Using old toy parts from the abandoned warehouse, some of Chucky's blood was mixed in with a batter of plastic being used to make the dolls, bringing him back to life once more. Chucky mailed himself to the school where Andy was located and was unexpectedly discovered by a young private named Tyler (Jeremy Sylvers). Realizing that because Tyler was the first person he told his true identity while in his new body and therefore unable to transfer his soul to Andy, Chucky decided to use Tyler as his new potential body. When Andy found out that Chucky was back, he told Tyler not to trust him. Chucky made Tyler hide in a carnival and Andy gave chase. While inside of a carnival ride, Chucky first ended up having half of his facial mask slashed off with an iron scythe, his left arm blown off and his chest shot by a revolver and was finally thrown into a giant fan to be cut in several chunks by Andy.


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