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The Dollhouse Murders (1992)

PG | | Horror | TV Movie
While staying at her Aunt Clare's country home, Amy Treloar discovers a doll-house with a secret only the dolls know.


(as Dianne Haak)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Amanda Rowse ...
Lindsay Jackson ...
Aunt Claire
Rebekah Baker ...
Hillary Brooks ...
Mother (as Lissa Reynolds)
Charles Bruce ...
J.J. Reardon ...
Tom Keaton
Courtney Campbell ...
Young Claire
Thomas F. McKnight ...
Jan Hathaway Deloe ...
Bob Chaffee ...
Harry Alvin ...
Nancy Giles ...
Oliver Joslin ...
Chrissie Carlson ...
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While visiting her Aunt Clare for the summer, 12 year old Amy Trealor discovers in the attic a beautiful dollhouse with a secret that eventually leads to the solving of the 30 year old murder of Amy's great grandparents. Written by Ginia Verdes

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A young girl goes to stay with her aunt and finds unearths a family secret in the attic
6 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched this movie when I was probably 11 or 12 and out of any movie I watched at that age this one has Always stuck in my head. I still fully remember the premise of it and I can vividly recall certain scenes. I even remember the conclusion of it all. My point is as a child (and today) I have never liked to watch "horror" films but I enjoyed this movie and was scared by it at the same time. It definitely left a lasting impression on me. It certainly crept me out and I might have had a nightmare or two about it as a kid, but I never regretted watching it. If your child is easily frightened though I wouldn't recommend this movie for them...or if they have a doll house they love playing with, they may not touch it for awhile after and might be scared of the dolls they have.

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