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|Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge|
|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|
|Edited by:||Carol Oblath|
|Distributed by:||Full Moon Entertainment|
|Released:||October 17th, 1991|
|Running time:||86 min.|
|Previous:||Puppet Master II|
|Next:||Puppet Master 4: The Demon|
|Guy Rolfe||Andre Toulon|
|Richard Lynch||Major Krauss|
|Ian Abercrombie||Doctor Hess|
|Kristopher Logan||Liutenant Eric Stein|
|Aron Eisenberg||Peter Hertz|
|Walter Gotell||General Mueller|
|Sarah Douglas||Elsa Toulon|
|Eduard Will||Soldier on stage|
|John Regis||Morgue attendant|
|Neal Parrow||Young driver|
|Kenneth Cortland||Pharmacy soldier|
|Lenny Rose||Airport agent|
|Laurie Mateyko||Little girl|
|Michael Lowry||Hess' guard|
|Michael Ray Rhodes||Hess' guard #2|
|John Cann||Young dead soldier|
|Conrad Brooks||Nazi soldier|
|Michael Deak||Nazi soldier|
|Landon Hall||Brothel girl|
|Kevin O'Hara||Nazi soldier|
|J.D. Walters||Nazi soldier|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- 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.
- Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge premiered on home video in Germany on October 29th, 1992. It premiered in Mexico on May 29th, 2000.
- Six-Shooter's laughter can be heard during the closing credits of the film.
Cast & Crew Edit
- This is director David DeCoteau's first work in the Puppet Master film series. He also directs the 1998 sequel, Curse of the Puppet Master, under the pseudonym Victoria Sloan. He also directs 1999's Retro Puppet Master under the pseudonym Joseph Tennent.
- 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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