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5th Jan '17 7:11:57 PM Luppercus
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* Several of the demonic objects that the characters in ''Series/FridayThe13th'' have to catch are evil toys, including a doll and the three wise monkeys.
4th Jan '17 10:03:17 PM Luppercus
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* The ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'' film series itself has two, Stinky Pete in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', and Lotso in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. Believe it or not, ''Woody'' was like this too at one point; early-stage drafts of the first movie featured a Woody who was outright psychotic, terrorizing the other toys into submission and in general abusing his position as Andy's favorite. All this was in response to [[ExecutiveMeddling demands from up the chain]] to make Woody "edgier", but eventually the movie reached its low point and the team had to go to their bosses and say, "We can't make this movie. This isn't our movie anymore." Fortunately, the execs relented.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'' film series itself has two, Stinky Pete in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', and Lotso in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. Believe it or not, ''Woody'' was like this too at one point; early-stage drafts of the first movie featured a Woody who was outright psychotic, psychopathic, terrorizing the other toys into submission and in general abusing his position as Andy's favorite. All this was in response to [[ExecutiveMeddling demands from up the chain]] to make Woody "edgier", but eventually the movie reached its low point and the team had to go to their bosses and say, "We can't make this movie. This isn't our movie anymore." Fortunately, the execs relented.



* In the ''Film/ChildsPlay'' films, "Chucky" is a doll possessed by a psychotic criminal.

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* In the ''Film/ChildsPlay'' films, "Chucky" is a doll possessed by a psychotic psychopathic criminal.
4th Jan '17 9:59:16 PM Luppercus
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%%%* The killer toys from ''DemonicToys'' and ''DollmanVsDemonicToys''.
%%%* The killer Puppets from the ''Puppetmaster'' movies. Though they can follow a good puppetmaster, they will do evil stuff to anyone who harasses or tries to harm said puppetmaster, especially ThoseWackyNazis.
%%%* The tite characters of ''DevilDolls''.

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%%%* * A common trope in the 80s and early 90s for horror movies. The toys where generally alive by the use of BlackMagick or DemonicPossession. Examples of this are:
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The killer toys from ''DemonicToys'' ''Demonic Toys'' and ''DollmanVsDemonicToys''.
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''Dollman Vs Demonic Toys''.
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The killer Puppets from the ''Puppetmaster'' movies. Though they can follow a good puppetmaster, they will do evil stuff to anyone who harasses or tries to harm said puppetmaster, especially ThoseWackyNazis.
%%%* ** The tite characters of ''DevilDolls''.''Devil Dolls''.
31st Dec '16 1:20:03 PM nombretomado
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%%%* EnidBlyton's ''{{Noddy}}'' series

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%%%* EnidBlyton's Creator/EnidBlyton's ''{{Noddy}}'' series
21st Dec '16 7:15:07 AM IndigoFenix
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* WreckItRalph is the electronic version of this trope, featuring video game characters that come to life when their games are not being played. Similar to Toy Story, there seems to be a {{Masquerade}} in effect.


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* KidRadd is about video game characters, but they follow similar rules as traditional Living Toys, coming to life when not being played and eventually escaping their games to form a secret society on the Internet.
18th Dec '16 4:24:59 AM Luppercus
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* In ''Film/{{Krampus}}'' the family is attacked by evil and violent toys.
28th Nov '16 2:02:20 PM dotheroar
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* Similar to many T.V writers making drawings act like fictional characters, if you make your toys act as if they're alive, they come to ''life''. Some kids tend to do this. Of course, this only works if the kid is seeing the toy as a ''fictional'' toy. So it's not ''truly'' a real life variant of this, instead, it's the exact same thing.

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* Similar to many T.V writers making drawings act like fictional characters, if you make your toys act as if they're alive, they come to ''life''. Some kids tend to do this. Of course, this only works if the kid is seeing the toy as alive in a ''fictional'' toy.way. So it's not ''truly'' a real life variant of this, instead, it's the exact same thing.
17th Nov '16 10:01:22 AM Sharlee
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* Playthings that incorporate real plants, such as terraria or chia figurines, technically qualify as this for as long as the plants survive.

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* Playthings that incorporate real plants, plants grown for entertainment, such as terraria or chia figurines, technically qualify as this for as long as the plants survive.this, although they don't do much.
17th Nov '16 9:59:50 AM Sharlee
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* Playthings that incorporate real plants, such as terraria or chia figurines, technically qualify as this for as long as the plants survive.
12th Nov '16 6:52:28 AM LadyYuki
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* ''The Bear that Nobody Wanted'' by Allan Ahlberg tells the rather tragic story of a teddy bear who goes through a major BreakTheHaughty phase and longs for a child who wants him. Along the way, he meets with many other toys, all of whom can talk amongst themselves but can't actually communicate with people. (This leads to an incredibly sad scene where [[spoiler:the bear is forced to watch as his current owner leaves him behind to go to the countryside during World War II and, later, as the boy's mother leaves. Both times, he silently begs to be taken along but can't be heard).

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* ''The Bear that Nobody Wanted'' by Allan Ahlberg tells the rather tragic story of a teddy bear who goes through a major BreakTheHaughty phase and longs for a child who wants him. Along the way, he meets with many other toys, all of whom can talk amongst themselves but can't actually communicate with people. (This This leads to an incredibly sad scene where [[spoiler:the bear is forced to watch as his current owner leaves him behind to go to the countryside during World War II and, later, as the boy's mother leaves. Both times, he silently begs to be taken along but can't be heard).heard.]]
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