Before Puppy Surprise, before Glow Worm, and well before Five Nights at Freddy’s, there were still more horrific plush toys with molded rubber faces. Dee loves ‘em! Ken hates ‘em! It’s time to delve into the strange Edwardian to mid-century kitsch of the Rushton Rubber Face Doll.
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