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Dollman vs. Demonic Toys -- The Demonic Toys are back! Policewoman Judith Gray seeks the help of 12-inch tall Dollman and his 12-inch tall girlfriend Nurse Ginger. The Toys hole up in an evil deserted toy factory and it's up to Dollman to keep the Toys from summoning the powers of darkness to the earth.


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13 October 1993 (USA) See more »
All is not well in Toyland.
Judith Grey teams with Brick Bardo (Dollman) and his girlfriend Ginger to face the evil Demonic Toys for one final battle. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Tim Thomerson ... Brick Bardo

Tracy Scoggins ... Judith Grey
Melissa Behr ... Nurse Ginger

Phil Fondacaro ... Ray Vernon
R.C. Bates ... Bum

Willie C. Carpenter ... Police Officer

Peter Chen ... Cab Driver

Frank Welker ... Baby Oopsy-Daisy (voice)
Tim Dornberg ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)
David Greathouse ... Baby Oopsy Daisy (costumed)
'Evil' Ted Smith ... Zombietoid (costumed) (as Ted Smith)
Paul Salamoff ... Jack Attack (costumed)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Phil Brock ... Collins

Directed by
Charles Band 
Writing credits
Charles Band (story)

Craig Hamann (written by)

Jackson Barr  characters (uncredited)
David S. Goyer  characters (uncredited)
Ed Naha  characters (uncredited)
David Pabian  characters (uncredited)
Chris Roghair  characters (uncredited)

Produced by
Charles Band .... producer
Keith S. Payson .... line producer (as Keith Payson)
Michael Catalano .... executive producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Richard Band 
Anthony Riparetti 
Cinematography by
Adolfo Bartoli (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Mark S. Manos  (as Mark Manos)
Casting by
Perry Bullington 
Robert MacDonald 
Production Design by
Art Direction by
Arlan Jay Vetter 
Set Decoration by
Nicki Roberts 
Costume Design by
Mark Bridges 
Makeup Department
Christl Colven .... assistant makeup artist (as Cristl Colven)
Michael Deak .... executive in charge of makeup effects (as Michael S. Deak)
Palah Sandling .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Mary Jasionowski .... production manager
Gretchen G. Wieland .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Douglas Aarniokoski .... first assistant director (as Doug Aarniokoski)
Douglas Aarniokoski .... second unit director (as Doug Aarniokoski)
Cynthia H. Margulis .... second second assistant director (as Cynthia Margulis)
Art Department
Jenny Beltran .... assistant props
Booka Bikar .... sculptor
Elan Evans .... lead scenic
Jim T. Graham .... on-set dresser
Lazlo Gyore .... special property fabricator
Emelle Holmes .... special property fabricator
Ken Lucas .... carpenter
Niels Nielsen .... special property fabricator (as Niels Nielson)
Gay Perello .... property master
Marc Pollack .... special property fabricator
Paul Porter .... special property fabricator
Doug Shaw .... carpenter (as Douglas Shaw)
Todd Sterling .... lead man
Pete von Sholly .... storyboard artist (as Peter von Sholly)
Scot T. Waldon .... carpenter (as Scot Waldon)
Kent Warden .... swing gang
David Zachary .... shop coordinator
John Zachary .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Bryan Azorsky .... dialogue editor
Sarah Brady .... adr editor
John Brasher .... sound re-recording mixer
Bryan Gladstone .... sound recordist
Eric Gotthelf .... sound re-recording mixer
Scott Hamre .... boom operator
Eric Hoeschen .... foley mixer
Adriane Marfiak .... sound effects editor
Todd Orr .... sound effects editor
Bill Ratcliffe .... boom operator (as William Ratcliffe)
Doug Reed .... foley editor
D.J. Ritchie .... production sound mixer
Lauren Stephens .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Joanne Bloomfield .... lab technician
John P. Cazin .... special effects coordinator (as John Cazin)
Michael Deak .... special makeup and mechanical effects (as Michael S. Deak)
John Paul Fedele .... lab technician (as John Fedele)
John Gillan .... lab technician
Theodore Haines .... project supervisor/designer
Kenneth J. Hall .... foam fabrication
David Perteet .... lab technician
Tuck John Porter .... special effects costume designer
Paul Salamoff .... lab technician
Visual Effects by
David Allen .... animator
Chris Endicott .... effects camera
Camera and Electrical Department
Aldo Antonelli .... camera operator
Aldo Antonelli .... steadicam operator
Chuck Baker .... first assistant camera: second unit
Chuck Baker .... second assistant camera
Regge Bulman .... first assistant camera
Patrick Conrad .... second assistant camera: second unit (as Pat Conrad)
Jessica Bellone D'Altavilla .... second assistant camera
Phillip Darlington .... grip
Brett Drovet .... key grip (as Brett Drouet)
Brad Grossman .... video assist operator
Antknees Hall .... electrician (as Antknee Hall)
Michael Britt Hamby .... still photographer (as Michael Hamby)
Ron Hoffman .... electrician
Bruce Jagoda .... best boy electric
Chris Jourat .... grip
Eric Kramer .... electrician
Scott Middleton .... first assistant camera
Melissa Moseley .... still photographer
Todd Olsen .... grip
Perry H. Patterson .... second assistant camera: second unit (as Perry Patterson)
Jonathan Quade .... best boy grip
Dino Ramble .... dolly grip
Ian Robichaud .... electrician
Larry Roth .... gaffer
James Sprattley .... first assistant camera: second unit (as James Spratley)
Aldo Antonelli .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Casting Department
Marykate Cunningham .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Karen Abouab .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Christopher Earl .... first assistant editor
Vic Hennegan .... post-production assistant
Lauren A. Schaffer .... additional editor (as Lauren Schaffer)
Sherril Schlesinger .... first assistant editor
Scott Shields .... post-production coordinator
Chris Weber .... negative cutter
Gary Weber .... negative cutter
Jim Williams .... color timer
D. Brett Schramm .... post-production assistant (uncredited)
Music Department
Keely Dietrick .... music coordinator
Tim Dornberg .... special vocal effects
Dean Schachtel .... feature music artist and repertoire
Pat Siciliano .... music supervisor
Other crew
Mary Jane Amato .... assistant production accountant
Lori Ashcraft .... production assistant (as Lori Ashcroft)
Lorraine Benson .... assistant production controller
Steve Blum .... materials supervisor
Mauricio Buendia .... executive spanish relations
Bennah Burton-Burtt .... assistant: Charles Band
Martin L. Carlton .... key set production assistant (as Martin Carlton)
Jeffrey Court .... production controller
Kimberlee Ariel Fenner .... script supervisor: second unit (as Kimberlee Ariel Fenkner)
Cynthia Gates Fujikawa .... production accountant
Linda Giffin-Citron .... script supervisor (as Linda Giffin)
Danielle Goodman .... assistant production coordinator
Kirk Edward Hansen .... assistant: Bennah Burton-Burtt (as Kirk Hansen)
Jonathan Hommel .... promotions assistant
Suze James .... communications coordinator
Mickey Kaiserman .... executive controller
Cynthia H. Margulis .... craft service (as Cynthia Margulis)
Nick Monahan .... production assistant
Helen O'Brien .... contracts coordinator
Steve Ramos .... shop foreman
David Rimer .... production assistant
Laurel Schneider .... craft service
Daniel Schweiger .... promotions
Kat Scudder .... marketing coordinator
Leigh Shanta .... production coordinator
Pauline Shillito .... accounting assistant
Catherine Spindle .... marketing executive (as Catherine W. Spindle)
Marc E. Spivey .... insurance
Monica Todd .... publicity coordinator
Peter Wetherell .... executive of international relations
Christopher Wheeler .... senior coordinating accountant

Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial Effects
  • Alchemyfx (special makeup and physical effects)
Other Companies

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Dollman vs. the Demonic Toys" - USA (long title)
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Rated R for violence, language, and sexuality
USA:64 min
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Did You Know?

Crossover of three Full Moon Features: "Dollman", "Demonic Toys" and "Bad Channels".See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Brick Bardo refers to Debi (from the first movie) as Marie.See more »
Brick Bardo:Pop goes the weasel.See more »
Bad Channels OvertureSee more »


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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
full moon fun, 29 December 2005
Author: vamp88 from WI

First off, I am a fan of the full moon films from the early and mid 90's. So it was cool to see a mix of their franchises on the screen. Like most Full Moon Fanatics, I can't really say why they appeal to me, the budgets aren't high, but the acting is usually above normal straight to video fare and they entertain, I guess that's the bottom line..they entertain.

Now for this movie in particular. The effects were fine (except for the large Baby oopsy),Tim Thomerson always delivers, and both female leads (Tracy Scroggins, and Mellisa Behr), are attractive and do a fine job. Baby Oopsie-Daisy is a riot. I have to admit I really enjoyed the movie, a great way to spend and hour, and that leads me to my only complaint. It was only 64 minutes long. Add in the opening and closing credits along with the flashback sequences to the other movies (Dollman, Demonic Toys, and Bad Channels) to introduce the main characters back stories and you were well under an hour. Now I prefer a shorter movie to a long one. If you can't tell your story in 2hours or so you just aren't trying (in most cases). But this was a little too short, no development. Why did the dwarf security guard join the demonic toys so quickly, who was that girl they sacrificed where did she come from? Show me something rather then explain it with one line of dialog. Anyway felt more like an hour long TV episode rather then a movie.

Final decision : I really enjoyed the time spent watching it. There were some good, and some below average effects. Slightly underdeveloped story and characters, but in the end it entertained. It was funny, had some decent action, and was just plain fun.

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