Donna Edwards is given a dummy for her ventriloquist act. But it has been cursed by a witch doctor and causes trouble wherever it goes.
- Artist: Andy Tew
- The Demon Doll – Bunty: #945 (21 February 1976) – #956 (8 May 1976)
Pauline Pratt finds a ventriloquist’s dummy, Little Lord Percival, but discovers he is evil and causes a lot of trouble that she gets the blame for. Eventually she realises that Lord Percival is possessed by the spirit of Fred Vernon-Vaisley (“Vernon the Valet”), a ventriloquist with a difficult, quarrelsome personality. Vaisley’s personality led to his “sad end” after a quarrel with a fellow performer, Mr Grantley, and now Lord Percival is out for revenge on Mr Grantley.
Since Tina Lee had joined the Bus Stop Players, a touring concert party, she had felt tormented by Don, the ventriloquist’s doll belonging to young Stephen Steed. Tina suspected that sometimes a midget dressed up in the dummy’s clothing to frighten her. One day, she managed to corner what she thought was the midget. Terrified, she called for Charlie Cheers, the Players’ leader.
Danger Doll! – Judy: #1050 (23 February 1980) – #1059 (26 April 1980)
Conrad, the evil ventriloquist’s doll under the influence of his master, the Toymaker had gained control of the pupils of school. Only Cathy Mason knew about Conrad tricks and was trying to stop him.
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