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"The Twilight Zone" Living Doll (TV Episode 1963) Poster

(TV Series)

(1963)

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Tina and Christie are both nicknames for Christina. The doll and the child share a name, so among many other interpretations it could be argued that the doll is a proxy through which Christie expresses hostility toward her stepfather and protects her shy, frightened mother.
June Foray, the voice of the "Talky Tina" doll, was also the voice of Mattel's "Chatty Cathy" doll, upon which the doll in this episode was based.
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According to The Twilight Zone Companion, this episode was written in one day by Jerry Sohl, even though credit was given entirely to Charles Beaumont.
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According to "The Twilight Zone Companion", actress June Foray who supplies the voice of the Talking Tina doll, is also the voice of the cartoon character Rocky the Flying Squirrel.
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The house set was later reused in The Twilight Zone: Ring-A-Ding Girl (1963).
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