Corrected entry: In Child's Play 1, John (the voodoo instructor) tells Chucky he has to put his soul back into the body of the person he first revealed himself to, which would have been Andy. However, after Chucky's "re-reincarnation" in part 3, he 1st reveals himself to Mr. Sullivan before killing him in his office. So he should have been trying to transfer himself into Mr. Sullivan's body, not Tyler's or Andy's. (It is revealed later that if Chucky has a "new" body (killed and reincarnated), the process starts all over again, in which case he must transfer himself into the body of the person whom he 1st reveled himself, in neither case is Andy or Tyler.) This Mistake happens in both part 2 and 3, where Chucky revels himself 1st to another person, kills them, but continues to pursue Andy as if that is the 1st person he reveled himself to after receiving his NEW body.RareJewel
Corrected entry: When Chucky arrives at the military school he is in the box which is wrapped in brown paper, but how did Chucky wrap up his box, put sticky tape on both ends and then get inside it, it's impossible.
Corrected entry: In both "Child's Play" films when Chucky tries to take over Andy's body, Chucky puts his right hand on top of Andy's forehead and says the chant correctly. In "Child's Play 3" (1991), after Chucky has half of his face sliced off, he manages to subdue the small boy whose body he wants to take over, but this time he puts his hand on the right side of the boy's face and says the second half of the chant first.
Corrected entry: After all the hastle the company must have had from the incidents, and the gallons of bad press it must have received, why did they commit economic suicide by remaking the dolls?
Corrected entry: In Sullivan's office scene at the beginning of the film, when the two dolls, Larry and Paulie, are talking at the same time, he only reaches out to switch one doll off, but they both go quiet together.
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