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Living Doll (1987)

X | | Adult, Comedy, Fantasy | Video 1987
A naive, young man runs a toy shop but doesn't know that nearly all of the dolls and toys in his shop are sex mad. At midnight each night the toys come alive and have some sexy fun. The toys have a better sex life than he does.


Jerome Tanner


Clinton Darke


Cast overview:
Taija Rae ... Barbie Doll
Randy Paul Randy Paul ... Len
Amber Lynn ... Bobbie
Siobhan Hunter Siobhan Hunter ... Ballerina (as Siobahn Hunter)
Steve Drake Steve Drake ... Ken Doll
Nina Hartley ... Customer
Sharon Mitchell ... Robot
Herschel Savage ... Army Man Joe (as Hershel Savage)
Shanna McCullough ... Teddy Bear (as Shana McCullough)
Joey Silvera ... Drummer Boy
Jack Baker ... Jack in the Box / Customer


Len (Randy Paul) is the young owner of a toy shop. He seems a bit naive and sexually frustrated. Len is attracted to his sexy shop assistant Bobbie (Amber Lynn) but she thinks he is a bit of a sad act - especially when he talks to the dolls in his shop as if they were real. However, what neither of them know is that each night at midnight the toys and dolls come to life - and nearly all of them are sex mad. The exception are Barbie Doll (Taija Rae) and her boyfriend Ken Doll (Steve Drake). Barbie is a good girl and disapproves of the sex mad antics of the other dolls. However, she may change her mind when a bit of toyshop magic transports Len and Bobbie to the toy shelf to join in the fun. Written by Mark_a_Wood <markawood@hotmail.co.uk>

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Poorly done antecedent of Pixar/Disney classic
15 April 2019 | by lor_See all my reviews

Usually porn-parodies are merely ripoffs of mainstream movies or TV, but this unfortunately poor fantasy of dolls coming to life precedes Pixar/Disney's animated "Toy Story" by a decade.

Amber Lynn and Randy Paul work in a toy shop, with Randy having an unhealthy obsession with the dolls, which definitely doesn't help him get a tumble from his lovely co-worker. Early on we see that the dolls are actually alive, having their own constricted existence, which they use to have sex as often as possible. Giving the lightweight fantasy story a bit of an edge is the fact that any member of their little troupe is subject to suddenly disappear if a customer buys it.

Taija Rae gets top billing playing the Barbie doll, but is not a principal character. She and Ken (played by Steve Drake) eventually get it on together, but not before Ken has had other doll-ladies. Real climax, of course, comes with the hook-up of the Amber and Randy characters.

Jerome Tanner does a slipshod job of the transitions from one world (fantasy) to the other, especially bungling the key plot twist of Amber as Bobbi and Randy as Len ending up being dolls themselves. So this opus had the makings of a classic, but the opportunity was wasted.

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