|Series:||Puppet Master film series|
|Location:||Bodega Bay Inn, Los Angeles County, California|
|1st appearance:||Puppet Master|
The Jester is a fictional killer doll and a recurring item featured in the Puppet Master film series by Full Moon Entertainment. It was introduced in the first installment in the franchise, Puppet Master in 1989.
Jester is the name attributed to a doll that was animated by way of the Egyptian Rites of Afterlife. He was crafted by a French toy maker named Andre Toulon in 1939. The Jester was the last doll that Toulon had made prior to committing suicide in a room in the Bodega Bay Inn. The Jester had the appearance of a medieval court jester with a sectional head that had three distinct pieces. Each section rotated at an opposing direction from the other piece. The lower mandible piece could reveal either a wicked smile, or a frown. Of all of the animated dolls in Toulon's cadre, Jester was considered the "brains" of the group and was said to be absolutely merciless.