Set in Berlin during WWII, the Nazi regime is attempting to develop a drug that will animate the dead, in order to use in the war effort. Toulon arouses suspicion as a Nazi dissident, and his secret is discovered. During a Nazi raid on his home, Toulon's beautiful wife is murdered. Toulon vows revenge, with the help of his animated puppets. This movie gives a new perspective on Toulon and his "friends".Written by
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After Ralph Bates passed away, director David DeCoteau wanted Christopher Neame, a friend of Ralph Bates, for the role of Major Kraus but Charles Band insisted on Richard Lynch. Had Neame been cast, he would have donated his entire paycheck from the film to Bates's family. See more »
When Major Kraus and Dr. Hess examine Six-Shooter's blown off arm and gun, you can tell his gun is simply molded plastic and not actually capable of firing bullets. See more »
At the end of the credits, Six-Shooter's laugh can be heard. See more »
The third part in the Puppet Master films is quite a surprise actually. It might even be better than the first in story telling! The acting is superb, the story is superb and the movie well...it's superb as well! This is actually a prequel to the original films, introducing the characters to us, including a new one named Six Shooter.
This film, without spoiling anything is about killing Nazi's who have destroyed the Puppet Master. It is a very interesting look at events from World War II.
A great installment in the series and well worth watching for the story alone!
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