A group of travelers spend the night in the mansion of an elderly couple who are dollmakers. However, one of the travelers' children discovers that the dolls the couple makes are actually humans that the couple has miniaturized and turned into tools for their evil plans.
You're never too old to play with dolls until you're dead.
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Did You Know?
The house was constructed inside of a soundstage at the Italian studio formerly owned by Dino De Laurentiis
. Inside, it seemed like a real two-story house, where cast and crew members could actually walk from room to room. Outside were remnants of sets and props from other De Laurentiis productions, including Barbarella
(1968), which had inspired some of the dolls featured in the film. See more
When the dolls first attack Rosemary, many dolls are on the stomach or chest area on Rosemary but when she tips over onto the floor face first there's no dolls or puppets anywhere near her or on her. They however appear back again on the next scene. See more
What's the matter... afraid of the dark?
No... afraid of what's in the dark.
During the beginning of the end credits, we see another group of people having car problems and eventually heading towards the mansion. See more
Referenced in JonTron: Goosebumps: Part 2
I'm in the Mood for Love
Music by Jimmy McHugh
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Whistled by Ian Patrick Williams See more