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Childs Play 2 Menacing Chucky Mega Scale Doll
Childs Play 2 Menacing Chucky Mega Scale Doll
Product Description
Item #MCT78023
Items Included
  • Figure
  • Window Box
  • Interchangeable Hand
Product Highlights
  • Figure w/ interchangeable hand
  • Press the button on his back for 7 different phrases
  • 11 points of articulation
  • Measures approx. 15" tall
  • Officially licensed
SizeMeasurementStandardMetric
StandardHeight15"38cm

Warning: Children at Play

At least, this little fellow looks like a kid. How could he be dangerous? He's rocking overalls, he's got a little chubby belly. But anyone who's been following the horror genre over the last thirty-odd years knows that Chucky is one doll you don't want at recess! He likes fire, chaos, and anything sharp! He won't say no to a little black magic, either. 

Product Details

Chucky stands over a foot tall at fifteen inches. He bears a determined expression, which is a good thing for him because he's got a bloody nose and he's replaced his hand with a blade. If you prefer, you can swap out the blade for his normal hand to represent the Lakeshore Strangler in his doll-form pre-conveyor belt incident.

The discrete button in back makes him speak seven different phrases from the movie including, "Alright kid, fun's over" and "Can't keep a good guy down". His face is alarmingly detailed with angry wrinkles around his startling blue eyes, a nasty grinning opened mouth and an orange, shaggy head of hair. As always, this Mezco figure comes in a collector-friendly box with a window, allowing you to display Chucky safety and know for certain that he hasn't moved in the night.

 

 

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