House of Wax (1953)

A horribly disfigured sculptor opens up the House of Wax in New York, using the wax-covered bodies of his victims as his displays. And he's now set his eyes on his Marie Antoinette... (source:

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Posted by Mike Falco
yrs ago
Name of actor who doubled for V.Price when climbed down from the morgue & rope swinged into the window of Sue Allen..... TY Mike Falco

Posted by Mike Falco
yrs ago
What actor/stuntman doubled for Vincent Price in various scenes. What`s his name? I observed a different look on the face of price. Please email the name. TY- Mike Falco

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Release Date
10 April 1953
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UNLIKE ANYTHING YOU'VE SEEN BEFORE! (original print ad - all caps)
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House of Wax is a 1953 American horror film starring Vincent Price about a burned sculptor who repopulates his destroyed wax museum by murdering civilians and using their dead bodies as wax displays so they don't break. It is a remake of Warners' Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933), without the comic relief featured in the earlier film, and was directed by André de Toth. It is perhaps the best-known film from the 3-D film craze of the 1950s. In 2005, Warner Bros. distributed a new film called House of Wax, but its plot is very unlike the one used in the two earlier films.

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