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Puppet Master II (Also Known As, Puppet Master II: His Unholy Creation) is a 1990 horror film written by David Pabian and directed by Dave Allen. It is the second film in the Puppet Master franchise, the sequel to 1989's Puppet Master, and stars Elizabeth Maclellan, Gregory Webb, Charlie Spradling, Jeff Weston and Nita Talbot as paranormal investigators who are terrorized by the animate creations of an undead puppeteer, played by Steve Welles. Originally, Puppet Master II was intended to have the subtitle His Unholy Creations.


The puppets went to Shady Oaks, a cemetery in the backyard of the Bodega Bay Inn. Pinhead is digging Andre Toulon's grave. Pinhead opens up the coffin, climbs out, and pours a yellow liquid on the skeleton, with Tunneler, Leech Woman, Blade and Jester watching. After pouring the formula, the skeleton raises its arms, indicating that Andre Toulon is alive again. A few months later, a group of parapsychologists, led by Carolyn Bramwell (Elizabeth Maclellan), are sent to the hotel to investigate the strange murder of Megan Gallagher and the lunatic ravings of a now insane Alex Whitaker. It is explained that Megan's brain was extracted through her nose (by Blade), and Alex, suspected of the murder, is now locked up in an asylum. While at the asylum, he begins to experience terrible seizures and premonitions.

That very evening, one of the investigators, Camille Kenney (Nita Talbot), decides to leave after spotting two of the puppets in her room. However, while packing, Pinhead and Jester attack and kidnap her. The next day, Carolyn talks to Michael (Collin Bernsen) about the disappearance of his mother, due to finding Camille's belongings and car still at the hotel. That very evening Carolyn's brother Patrick (Gregory Webb) gets his head tunneled by Tunneler. Another investigator, Lance (Jeff Weston) runs in, knocks Tunneler out, and kills him by crushing him with a lamp. After dissecting Tunneler, they realize that the puppets are not remote controlled, but rather that their gears and wood are run by a chemical. From this, they deduce that the chemical must be the secret of artificial intelligence.

The next morning, while still trying understand the puppet's motivation, a man named Eriquee Chaneé (Steve Welles) comes in, stating that he had inherited hotel, and that he was in Bucharest while the investigators moved in. Afterwards, Camille's son Michael travels to the hotel, trying to figure out what happened to his mother. That very evening, Blade and Leech Woman go to a local farmer's house, where Leech Woman kills the husband, Matthew (George "Buck" Flower), but gets thrown into the fireplace by the wife, Martha (Sage Allen). Just before Martha shoots Blade with her shotgun, a new puppet, Torch, walks in and burns Martha with his flame-throwing arm. It is then revealed that Eriquee is really Andre Toulon and he created Torch after being brought back to life, and he believes that Carolyn is a reincarnation of his now deceased wife, Elsa.

Toulon then has a flashback of him (played by Steve Welles) and Elsa (also played by Elizabeth Maclellan) buying the formula of eternal life from a Cairo Merchant (Ivan J. Rado). The next morning, Michael and Carolyn go into town to find Camille and to find out more about Eriquee Chanee. During this, it is revealed that the puppets are killing because they are growing weaker and need the secret ingredient that makes that formula: brain tissue. Carolyn finds no records of Eriquee Chaneé, and starts to connect Eriquee to the disappearance of Camille and the death of her brother, Patrick. At the same time, she also realizes she has a crush on Michael. That same evening, Carolyn and Michael kiss, and have a little romantic interlude, as do Lance and Wanda (Charlie Spradling), the remaining two investigators. While Wanda goes back to her room, Blade kills Lance, killing Wanda afterwards. After killing them, he uses their tissue for the formula.

During this, Carolyn sneaks into Eriquee's room, and finds two life sized mannequins in the wardrobe. Eriquee sneaks up behind Carolyn, and still thinking she is Elsa, ties her up. Michael, hearing her screams, wakes up and goes to rescue her, all while fighting off Torch, Pinhead, and Blade. On his way up, the dumbwaiter opens, revealing Jester and Michael's dead mother, Camille. Toulon transfers his soul into one of the mannequins, and explains that after seeing Carolyn, he decided for them to live together forever. The puppets, upon hearing this, realize Toulon used them for his evil needs, and start torturing him. Michael then breaks into the room, saves Carolyn, and the two run out of the hotel. Up in the attic, Torch sets Toulon on fire, causing him to fall out a window and die. Afterward, Jester goes back to Camille's body with the remaining of the formula.

Several days later, it is revealed that Camille's soul has been put in the woman-sized mannequin, and is now running her own little puppet show. Blade, Pinhead, and Jester, are locked up in a cage, leaving Torch free. Camille takes them to the Bouldeston Institution for the mentally troubled tots and teens. Camille puts the puppets in the back of her car, and Torch up on the passenger's seat, and drives off, leaving this movie as a cliff-hanger.


  • Toulon's tombstone said he died in 1941, but he died in 1939.
  • Leech Woman is burnt to death and killed in this movie.
  • In Puppet Master 4 Tunneler returns from the dead, but sadly Leech Woman didn't.
  • This is the only movie that has a child murdered by a puppet.
  • This is the only movie in the franchise where Andre Toulon has been a villain.
  • Although Six Shooter wasn't in this movie, his head can be seen in Toulon's room.
  • Mr. Punch from the movies 'Dolls' can be seen in Toulon's room.
  • Toulon's outfit was made to resemble 'The Invisible Man'.
  • On the cover Pinhead's sweater is Pink, and he has no Gloves. in the movie he has a Red wine Sweater, and black Gloves.





Information from IMDB

Directed by 

David Allen

Writing Credits  

Charles Band ... (story)
David Pabian ... (screenplay)
David Schmoeller ... (characters) (uncredited)


[1] Elizabeth Maclellan ... Carolyn Bramwell / Elsa
[2] Collin Bernsen ... Michael Kenney
[3] Steve Welles ... Andre Toulon / Eriquee Chaneé
[4] Greg Webb ... Patrick Bramwell (as Gregory Webb)
[5] Charlie Spradling ... Wanda
[6] Jeff Celentano ... Lance (as Jeff Weston)
[7] Nita Talbot ... Camille
[8] Sage Allen ... Martha
[9] George 'Buck' Flower ... Mathew
[10] Sean Ryan ... Billy (as Sean B. Ryan)
[11] Ivan J. Rado ... Cairo Merchant
[12] Michael Todd ... Puppet Toulon
[13] Julianne Mazziotti ... Puppet Camille / Elsa
[14] Taryn Band ... Cairo Child
[15] Alex Band ... Cairo Child

Produced by 

Juliet Avola ... co-producer
Charles Band ... executive producer
David DeCoteau ... producer
Fred Kennamer ... associate producer
John Schouweiler ... producer
King Wilder ... co-producer

Music by 

Richard Band

Cinematography by 

Thomas F. Denove ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Bert Glatstein
Peter Teschner

Casting By 

Perry Bullington
Robert MacDonald

Production Design by 

Kathleen Coates

Set Decoration by 

Lauren Gifford

Costume Design by 

Miye 'Mimi' Matsumoto ... (as Miye Matsumoto)

Makeup Department 

David P. Barton ... special effects makeup designer and creator: Modus EFX / special makeup effects artist (as David Barton)
John Calpin ... makeup crew: Modus EFX
David Gamboa ... makeup assistant
Hal Jahlikakik ... makeup crew: Modus EFX
David Lange ... key assistant: Modus EFX
Lorelei Loverde ... key makeup artist
Leonard MacDonald ... makeup crew: Modus EFX
Sean Rodgers ... makeup crew: Modus EFX
Jordu Schell ... makeup crew: Modus EFX
Brian Sipe ... makeup crew: Modus EFX
Yolanda Squatpump ... makeup crew: Modus EFX
Johnny Vegaline ... makeup crew: Modus EFX

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Fred Kennamer ... first assistant director
Hal Olofsson ... second assistant director
King Wilder ... second unit director

Art Department 

Christie Broz ... on-set dresser
Angelo de la Cruz ... assistant art director
Brian Prosser ... mold maker / sculptor
Vicki L. Redden ... construction coordinator
Pete von Sholly ... storyboard artist

Sound Department 

Sarah Brady ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Brad Bryan ... boom operator
Mark Cookson ... sound effects designer
Ted Kosciusko ... re-recording mixer
Adriane Marfiak ... sound effects designer
Lars Nelson ... re-recording mixer
Doug Reed ... foley artist
D.J. Ritchie ... sound mixer
Reinhard Schreiner ... sound effects editor (as Richard Schreiner)

Special Effects by 

Yancy Calzada ... lead puppet crew
Donna Littleford ... production coordinator
Donn Markel ... special effects assistant
Scott Oshita ... mechanical designer
Mark Rappaport ... animatronics consultant
John Teska ... puppet supervisor
Joe Viskocil ... special effects pyrotechnics

Visual Effects by 

Robert D. Bailey ... late opticals: David Allen Productions
Joanne Bloomfield ... puppet costumes: David Allen Productions
Yancy Calzada ... lead puppet crew: David Allen Productions
Randall William Cook ... puppet animator: David Allen Productions
Steven Davis ... computer graphics designer (as Steve Davis)
Glen Eisner ... effects crew: David Allen Productions
Lynette Eklund ... puppet costumes: David Allen Productions (as Lynette Johnson)
Chris Endicott ... lead puppet crew: David Allen Productions
Carla Fallberg ... effects crew: David Allen Productions
Paul Gentry ... effects photography: David Allen Productions
Dennis Gordon ... additional models and props: David Allen Productions
Eric Hardy ... effects crew: David Allen Productions
Jean Horihata ... effects crew: David Allen Productions
Christian Johnston ... marionette puppeteer: David Allen Productions
Justin Kohn ... puppet animator: David Allen Productions
Donna Littleford ... production coordinator: David Allen Productions
Dennis McClean ... effects crew: David Allen Productions
Tony McCray ... effects crew: David Allen Productions
Steve Neill ... additional creature effects: David Allen Productions
Scott Oshita ... marionette puppeteer: David Allen Productions
Brian Prosser ... effects crew: David Allen Productions
Mark Rappaport ... animatronics consultant: David Allen Productions
Avita Santos ... effects crew: David Allen Productions
Lisa Sturz ... puppet costumes: David Allen Productions
John Teska ... puppet supervisor: David Allen Productions
Brett B. White ... additional puppeteer: David Allen Productions
David Allen ... visual effects supervisor: David Allen Productions (uncredited)


Chuck Borden ... stunt coordinator
Dyanna Lynn ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department 

Doug Chartier ... key grip
James 'J.C.' Coker ... best boy electric
Alicia Craft ... first assistant camera
Paul Gentry ... cinematographer: second unit
Jeffrey S. Lorenz ... second assistant camera
Melissa Moseley ... still photographer
James Lawrence Spencer ... gaffer
Michael Tolochko ... key grip
Howard Wexler ... cinematographer: second unit

Casting Department 

Mike Johnson ... extras casting (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

Jeffrey Court ... post-production controller
Mark Goldman ... assistant editor
Gretchen G. Wieland ... assistant editor

Script and Continuity Department 

Jesse Long ... script supervisor (as Jesse H. Long)

Other crew 

Steve Blum ... director of communications
Bennah Burton-Burtt ... assistant: Charles Band
Christian Johnston ... puppeteer: marionette
Vincent S. Koski ... production assistant
Karen Lewald ... production accountant
Royce Mathew ... assistant to producers
Christopher Wheeler ... post-production accountant
Brett B. White ... puppeteer
Laurie Wolf ... production assistant
Julia Mongrain ... production associate (uncredited)


Steve Johnson ... special thanks
Todd Masters ... special thanks