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The Scariest Soviet Toys Ever Made

Fluffy the Bunny

Within the vast collection of dolls produced in the USSR, some were universally cherished and desired by every child. However, others took a decidedly different route in their appeal. If you have a sensitive disposition towards such topics, please proceed with caution!


Swimming Cutie


Buratino (Pinocchio)

Flat Buratino


Chipolino, the Little Onion



Mini Cutie

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