The second origin is given in Retro Puppet Master, in which a very young Toulon comes across a dying Egyptian wizard, whom he saves from a pair of demons. The demons were sent by the evil god Sutekh to kill the wizard, as he had stolen the secret of life. Before dying of his wounds, he tells the young Toulon the secret, in the hope that some good would come from it. Toulon uses it to bring his puppets to life and destroy the demons.
Toulon is first seen in the original Puppet Master, staying at the Bodega Bay Inn. He is shown to be hiding from Nazi agents there, and also shows a very deep affection for his puppets. He hides them as the Nazis break into his room, then shoots himself to prevent them from ever gaining the secret of life.
Toulon returns in Puppet Master 2, brought back from the dead by his puppets who reanimate him in the same way that he has animated them. He renames himself 'Eriquee Chaneé' and attempts to make himself a new body, but needs massive amounts of the animation serum to do it. To make the serum, he needs various pieces of people, so he sets his puppets off to murder a few. At some point he falls for a girl staying at the inn, believing her to be the reincarnation of his long dead wife Elsa (Puppet Master 3 seems to contradict this, as Elsa's soul is inside of the Leech Woman puppet). At the end, he betrays his loyal puppets in favor of the girl. Dismayed and enraged, the puppets turn on him, killing him.
Puppet Master 3: Toulon's Revenge serves as a prequel to the series, and recounts Toulon's encounter and subsequent battle with the Nazis, as well as the origin of Blade and Leech Woman.
- We will be avengers, we will be destroyers of evil.
- Let's begin.
- No mercy my friends! No mercy!
- Be careful what you say. My friends are very sensitive.
- Tomorrow we start all over again. Killing murderers in the middle of a war.
- What a shame we did not have more time.
- Murder my Elsa? Ha! I knew they could not rob me of her forever!
- Sutekh, you will be destroyed.
- I'm an artist not a sorcerer.
- In Puppet Master part 1, the legend of Toulon is that he committed suicide in 1939, but Puppet Master 3 takes place in 1941, and he is still very much alive.
- In Curse Of The Puppet Master, his name was only on a sign.
- Actor Christopher Lee could have played Toulon in the unfinished Puppet Wars trilogy.
- His look in the second movie was based on the Invisible Man movies.
- Puppet Master
- Puppet Master II
- Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge
- Puppet Master 4
- Puppet Master 5: The Final Chapter
- Puppet Master 6: Curse of the Puppet Master (name only on a sign)
- Puppet Master 7: Retro Puppet Master
- Puppet Master 8: The Legacy (Archival footage)
- Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys (Mentioned only)
- Puppet Master 9: Axis of Evil (Archival footage)
- Puppet Master X: Axis Rising (Mentioned only)
- Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich
- Eternity Comics
- Action Lab Comics