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20th Apr '18 6:58:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' had [[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS5E126LivingDoll Talky Tina]], a surprisingly creepy and murderous doll.

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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ''Series/{{The Twilight Zone|1959}}'' had [[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS5E126LivingDoll Talky Tina]], a surprisingly creepy and murderous doll.
6th Apr '18 5:52:47 PM zephyran
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* ''Manga/BlackButler'': The second opening of the second season has a scene where [[DarkActionGirl Grell]] [[TransSexual Sutcliffe]] is holding a creepy doll version of Sebastian, which she kisses before placing it among doll versions of Ciel and Alois... which she then proceeds to drive her chainsaw through.

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* ''Manga/BlackButler'': The second opening of the second season has a scene where [[DarkActionGirl Grell]] [[TransSexual [[Transgender Sutcliffe]] is holding a creepy doll version of Sebastian, which she kisses before placing it among doll versions of Ciel and Alois... which she then proceeds to drive her chainsaw through.
23rd Mar '18 2:39:02 PM MABfan11
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* The Island of the Dolls (“La Isla de la Munecas”) south of Mexico City. Featuring trees decorated with hundreds of mutilated dolls.

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* The Island of the Dolls (“La Isla de la Munecas”) south of Mexico City. Featuring trees decorated with hundreds of mutilated dolls. It also has a reputation of being haunted
20th Mar '18 2:47:21 PM VicGeorge2011
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* ''Baby Jane?'', a 2011 parody remake of the original ''Film/WhateverHappenedToBabyJane'', featured a creepy Baby Jane that would inexplicably animate itself in various scenes, culminating in the final scene where she comes to life and repeats a line said by Baby Jane earlier in the film.

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* ''Baby Jane?'', a 2011 parody remake of the original ''Film/WhateverHappenedToBabyJane'', featured a creepy Baby Jane doll that would inexplicably animate itself in various scenes, culminating in the final scene where she comes to life and repeats a line said by Baby Jane earlier in the film.
20th Mar '18 2:46:30 PM VicGeorge2011
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* ''Baby Jane?'', a 2011 parody remake of the original ''Film/WhateverHappenedToBabyJane'', featured a creepy Baby Jane that would inexplicably animate itself in various scenes, culminating in the final scene where she comes to life and repeats a line said by Baby Jane earlier in the film.
24th Feb '18 11:47:04 AM Miriam
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* Josh Malerman's "The House of the Head" is an unusual twist on the trope: a creepy doll's head menaces not the story's protagonist, but the dolls in her dollhouse.
19th Feb '18 4:15:40 PM Gravityman
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* One of the treasures in ''VideoGame/Pikmin2'' is the head of a creepy baby doll called "The Silencer". In the Japanese version it was worth 666 Pokos (changed to 670 in the international releases) and its eyelids blink if it's moved around.
8th Feb '18 2:07:58 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* One user's nightmare in ''Literature/NightmareBeings'' involved a slimy baby doll on the ceiling with empty black eye sockets and an enormous wide mouth with MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily.
12th Jan '18 7:26:15 PM Bergamot
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* Horror novelist Ruby Jean Jensen wrote extensively about creepy dolls: ''Annabelle,'' in which a small girl discovers a collection of living dolls in an abandoned mansion with a past; ''Victoria,'' where the killer doll has a good twin; ''Mama,'' where a mangled, barely mobile doll still manages to drag herself around and hug people to death; ''The Living Evil'' (spoilers: the evil is a doll); and ''Baby Dolly'' (self-explanatory), among others.
10th Jan '18 6:24:50 AM FlashRebel
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** Halflings have an alternate racial trait named "Creepy Doll" that gives a halfling character a pale skin tone and glassy eyes. It removes size penalties on Intimidate checks made on larger humanoids and gives the ability to pass for a porcelain doll when sitting idle and thus use Stealth with no need of cover or concealment.
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