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Puppets Who Kill 

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The series takes place in a halfway house for very bad puppets and features four felonious puppet inmates who are doing time with their human caseworker as they wait until that glorious day.

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John Pattison
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Series cast summary:
Dan Redican ...  Dan Barlow 53 episodes, 2002-2006
James Rankin ...  Buttons / ... 36 episodes, 2002-2006
Gord Robertson ...  Bill 36 episodes, 2002-2006
Bruce Hunter ...  Rocko / ... 36 episodes, 2002-2006
Bob Martin ...  Cuddles / ... 34 episodes, 2002-2006
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The series takes place in a halfway house for very bad puppets and features four felonious puppet inmates who are doing time with their human caseworker as they wait until that glorious day.

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Comedy | Crime

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Canada

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English

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2002 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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PWK Productions See more »
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Opening Narrator: Cuddles the comfort doll was created to help people with their problems... now he's the problem. Buttons the Bear lost a lucrative corporate sponsorship for reasons of moral turpitude. Bill the Ventriloquist Dummy has had 58 partners die in unlikely accidents. Rocko the Dog was a sidekick in a children's TV show until one day he snapped! Prison didn't help! And now in one last desperate attempt at rehabilitation, they've been placed in a half-way house. A home for Puppets Who Kill!
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Referenced in Angel: Smile Time (2004) See more »

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Awesome
1 June 2006 | by meremoongirlSee all my reviews

So totally unique and entertaining! Another great Canadian invention. A regular "Joe"(Dan) and a bunch of misfit delinquents (aka Puppets), all share residence at a half-way house. Its Dan's job to keep an eye on four 'menaces to society' and help them to rehabilitate. Bill, the homicidal dummy, Rocko the cigarette smoking dog, Buttons, the nympho teddy bear, and Cuddles the comfort doll. The five of them find themselves in all sorts of odd predicaments. Despite their homicidal, and often overtly perverse sexual tendencies, it's hard not to find them lovable.

I give this show a 10/10 simply because it provides good entertainment, without needing a huge budget, and exudes a Canadian flair that makes me proud.


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