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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The Woman
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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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13 February 1981 (USA)  »

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Some of the waxwork figures are actual people as they can be seen to move slightly. See more »

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Newsvendor: Look mister, I don't know what the hell you are talking about.
Jack McGee: I am talking about the Red-Eye that I took out of Chicago because of your phone call last night.
Newsvendor: What?
Jack McGee: Look kid, you called me. Collect as a matter of cold, hard fact. Now I don't want to see you get in trouble about this, so if you'll just ...
Newsvendor: Mister I was home last night, with my sister, watching a football game, you can ask her.
Jack McGee: Eh, you're Ruben right?
Newsvendor: Ruben, the old man? That's my boss.
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The Gambles
22 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) goes to work as an assistant at the Gamble House Wax Museum. It is owned by Walter(played by Max Showalter) and Leigh(played by Christine Belford) Gamble, who are trying to re-open the place after a fire damaged it. Unfortunately, Leigh is suffering from drug-induced hallucinations that threaten her sanity, and may force them to sell the place to new owners, which may be exactly the intention...Meanwhile, after an accident brings out the Hulk, Mr. McGee(Jack Colvin) shows up looking for John Doe, and David's secret is also jeopardized by a wax replica of himself that Leigh made, which he cleverly disguises... Predictable but fun episode has good action and imagery. Similar in premise to earlier episode 'Haunted'.


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