Five adults and a child (two parties traveling separately) are stranded in a storm and spend the night in the mansion of an elderly couple who are dollmakers. However, the travelers' young daughter realizes the dolls the couple makes were once wicked humans whom the couple has miniaturized and turned into dolls.
Anonymous (updated by R.M. Sieger)
You're never too old to play with dolls until you're dead.
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Did You Know?
Over 100 young girls auditioned for the role of Judy before Carrie Lorraine
was selected. The biggest challenge, according to director Stuart Gordon
, was trying to find a child actress who performed naturally in front of the camera, and could easily slip into the film's world of make believe and fantasy. See more
When Judy and Ralph sneak into Gabriel's doll workshop, Judy is standing next to Ralph, but all of a sudden when Ralph is raising up and the camera gets behind him Judy is now in front of him. See more
Daddy stop swearing, Mommy says it's not nice to swear
[David taps the car window
. But Mommy says...
Well Mommy's not here now!
That's mama Rosemary.
You're not my mother.
Well thank God.
During the beginning of the end credits, we see another group of people having car problems and eventually heading towards the mansion. See more
I'm in the Mood for Love
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Whistled by Ian Patrick Williams See more