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Lights Out (1972)

TV Movie  -   -  Horror  -  15 January 1972 (USA)
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A toymaker develops a method to create dolls that kill.

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Laurence Luckinbill
Louisa Horton
Michael McGuire
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A toymaker develops a method to create dolls that kill.

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The Scariest Movie I Had Ever Seen!!!
4 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

I remember this movie too, but I couldn't remember the title! I watched it as a child with my older sister. Two dolls arrived in an unmarked box; one male and one female. Later on that evening, the doll collector was awaken by a squealing sound. She looked up and saw the female doll standing by her bedroom door. There was another scene, when a lady was killed in a car accident after purchasing the dolls from the collector. The police officer returned the dolls back to the collector and said,'He couldn't understand why the dolls weren't damaged in the car accident with these china faces.' Later on in the movie, the male doll pushed a floor lamp on the doll collectors husband, killing him as well. Prior to her husband being killed, he never believed his wife when she told him that the dolls were alive. The female doll had started squealing and as the husband walked up, the squealing had stopped. When he saw his wife shaking the doll, the husband thought that his wife was going crazy. At the end of the movie, the female doll's eyes lit up and the collector, along with her husband were turned into dolls. The next day, a little girl picked up the dolls and started playing with them in her bed. I really wish this movie was in circulation! Hopefully, they will eventually put it out on DVD! Preferably, on Blue Ray!


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