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Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge
Puppet Master 3
Title: Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge
Directed by: David DeCoteau
Written by: C. Courtney Joyner
Produced by: Charles Band; David DeCoteau; John Schouweiler
Music by: Richard Band
Cinematography: Adolfo Bartoli
Edited by: Carol Oblath
Distributed by: Full Moon Entertainment
Released: October 17th, 1991
Rating: R
Running time: 86 min.
Country: R
Language: English
Budget: $800,000
Gross: N/A
Previous: Puppet Master II
Next: Puppet Master 4: The Demon

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  • The tagline for this film is, "World War II has just gotten smaller!"
  • Production on Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge began on April 15th, 1991. Principal photography concluded on May 17th, 1991. Production on Puppet Master III wrapped on the same day as that of Alien³.
  • Six-Shooter's laughter can be heard during the closing credits of the film.

Cast & Crew Edit

  • Fans of the Star Trek television franchise may recognize actor Aron Eisenberg. He played an alien Ferengi named Nog on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
  • Actress Sarah Douglas is best known for playing evil Kryptonian hottie Ursa in the film Superman II.
  • Actors Conrad Brooks, Michael Deak, Landon Hall, Kevin O'Hara and J.D. Walters are all uncredited for their participation in this film.

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