An infamous murderer named Charles Lee Ray is tracked down by a cop, and in a toystore, he is gunned down. With his last breath, he summons the power of voodoo magic to transfer his soul into the only thing he can find...a doll. Then, with a bolt of lightning, the store is destroyed and the cop barely escapes with his life. A bum finds the doll and steals it. It is later purchased by a mother looking for a birthday present for her beloved son Andy. When she gives it to him, things slowly start to become strange. Andy's new doll Chucky is apparently talking to him, and telling him strange things. As it turns out, Charles' soul is alive in the doll, and is using Andy as a platform to seek vengence on his old accomplices and those responsible for his demise. He also has aspirations of using his magic to take over Andy's body after his evil deeds are complete.
Continuity mistake: When Andy pours the cereal, and then the milk, there is cereal on the counter, to the left of the bowl. There is loads of cereal on the counter, then when Andy puts the burnt toast onto a plate, there is much less cereal. Then when he takes the tray from the counter, there's now loads of cereal on it. (00:07:25 - 00:08:15)Hamster
Trivia: In all, nine menacing Chucky figures were constructed for the film: a simple "toy" doll; a doll that could stand upright; a doll that could walk; two hand-held puppets for quick, specific movements (such as sitting, biting or flailing about); and expendable "stunt dolls" that could be tossed round the set or otherwise subjected to rough treatment.Hamster
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