The Incredible Hulk: Season 4, Episode 10

Wax Museum (13 Feb. 1981)

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David 'Beckwith' takes a job at the Gamble Wax Museum, assisting a woman suffering from hallucinations ever since her father died in a fire.



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David 'Beckwith' takes a job at the Gamble Wax Museum, assisting a woman suffering from hallucinations ever since her father died in a fire.

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Walter Gamble: I just want to...I mean, you might want to take it a little easy with Leigh. You see, she's been in and out of the hospital ever since the fire. The last few months have been very difficult for her.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Well, burns can take a long time to heal.
Walter Gamble: It wasn't that kind of hospital. I mean, she's okay now. She's really come a long way. Well, I thought I'd mention it.
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A very different place for David to work...
12 November 2011 | by (Montana) – See all my reviews

Despite the overall rating for this episode, I thought it was a very good episode.

It had a solid script written by Carol Baxter (who guest starred in earlier episodes "Haunted" and "Prometheus, Part 2") and a stellar performance from Christine Belford (who guest starred in the earlier episode "Wildfire" and was featured in John Carpenter's/Stephen King's "Christine").

The cinematography and effects in some of Leigh Gamble's (Belford) POV shots are some of the most interesting shots in the whole series, at least I think so.

The reason I give it a 9/10 is because in some places it seems really drawn out and the Hulk-outs are pretty much self-induced. A very dramatic episode, but very minimal on the action. And I don't know if it's just me but there seems to be some undertones of the original "House of Wax" (1953), with Vincent Price, in this episode.

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