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Night of the Living Dummy III: Part 1 

When dad brings a new dummy home, Trina and her brother Dan think's its just another puppet, until they notice the puppet is no dummy.

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Erica Fairfield ...
Trina O'Dell (as Erica Lancaster)
Blair Slater ...
Daniel O'Dell
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Zane
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Mr. Dan O'Dell
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Mrs. O'Dell
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Cal
Annick Obonsawin ...
Cathal J. Dodd ...
Slappy (voice) (as Cal Dodd)
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Rocky (voice)
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When dad brings a new dummy home, Trina and her brother Dan think's its just another puppet, until they notice the puppet is no dummy.

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20 July 1997 (USA)  »

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(74 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The original premiere and VHS release include R.L. Stine as the episode's host. See more »

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Two dummies are obviously used to portray Slappy throughout the show since their faces do not match. See more »

Quotes

SlappySlappy: What's the matter Zane? I thought we were going to be buddies!
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Green blood drips down the screen in ending credits of every episode. See more »


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Performed by Jack Lenz
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comic opener to the second part
15 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

This episode isn't so much "horror" or "supernatural" as it is straight up preteen comedy. It is pretty entertaining and likable, with some good comedic moments here and there. For example, when Zane meets his cousins for the first time in a few years, their interactions are realistically awkward in the most hilarious possible way! Unfortunately, a lot of the other comedy was derived from trashy puns, but it is so lighthearted and fun that I can forgive its great abundance of flaws. It's a nice, funny twenty minutes that serve as a nice intro to the characters who are soon to be put into absolute peril in the second, more successful and scary part.


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