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Talky Tina doesn't like me

My brother Tim and I have a fairly strange relationship, so I wasn't taken aback when he gave me what some might consider a very dark Christmas present.

He knows I have an irrational fear of dolls coming to life to attack me, so it seemed only natural that he get me a replica of the scary talking doll in a particular episode of the Twilight Zone. Talky Tina looks just like the doll in the TV show, and she says some not-so-very-nice things.

I must admit, I like her a lot. I just don't know where to keep her. I don't want to make her mad by hiding her away in a closet, yet I don't want her in plain view either.

Need a quick refresher on the episode called Living Doll? Check out this video to watch Telly Savalas get terrorized. One more piece of trivia..the voice of Talky Tina is June Foray, who also was the voice of Rocket J. Squirrel on Bullwinkle.





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12/21/2011 10:21AM
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12/21/2011 10:29AM
Scary Dolls!
Kitty When my son was little someone gave him a Cabbage Patch doll which was just laying in his room somewhere, anyways, one night I found him sitting in my bedroom watching tv. When I asked him what he was watching he said oh, it's about a doll his name is Chuckie! I pretty much freaked out because I knew this was going to cause him nightmares, so I got him to change the channel. Later that night, long after he should have been sleeping, he bolted out of his room and ran up to me with his Cabbage Patch doll and said, "HERE, YOU CAN HAVE THIS!" and ran right back to him room and slammed the door! ha Dawn
12/21/2011 5:54PM
The Seer
Hi, Kit. On our shelf, we have the "Seer" card dispenser from the great Shatner episode. The cool thing about Zone collectibles is that most are available in both black and white or color. Glad Tim went b/w. Ho Ho Ho. - steve
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