R | | Horror, Thriller
A single mother gives her son a much sought-after doll for his birthday, only to discover that it is possessed by the soul of a serial killer.
During the initial release, a crowd of protesters formed around the entrance to MGM, calling for a ban on the film. They claimed it would incite violence in children. Local news reporters were broadcasting live from the scene, and the producer David Kirschner was ... ...
I got the strangler! Wabash and Van Buren.
When Chucky finds his voodoo doll, the black man is wearing a tan shirt which changes to white, and then back again between shots.
On TNT and TBS airings, when Maggie is falling out the window it does not show her hitting the car for some strange reason. It shows her fall and then it cuts to the last shot of the window.
$6,583,000 (USA) (13 November 1988)
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