The little people become involved with a group of jewel thieves operating from a spooky wax museum. Tensions rise as the crooks fall out over a missing diamond, the whereabouts of which is known to the little people.

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The little people become involved with a group of jewel thieves operating from a spooky wax museum. Tensions rise as the crooks fall out over a missing diamond, the whereabouts of which is known to the little people.

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During the filming of the episode "Chamber of Fear", Don Matheson was actually knocked out when he fell and hit his head during the scene inside the giant wax statue. However, the scene was still included in the final cut. See more »

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One of the giants has made a wax model of Fitzhugh. It gets bumped and falls to the floor, where it shatters. However, before the fall, we actually see Fitzhugh in costume on a table (pretending to be a wax figure). When he starts to fall, his eyes blink (which of course, a wax figure wouldn't do). See more »

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House of Wax Meets Land of the Giants
11 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As a previous reviewer has written, there are many examples here of having to suspend one's disbelief even more than usual.

I am always amazed that whenever a giant wraps one of our castaways in a handkerchief before putting them into a pocket, no character ever suffocates to death before they are released from the pocket.

It is nice to see Betty back, as she is absent entirely from the previous episode EVERY BOY NEEDS A DOG.

As usual, towards the end of the episode, Fitzhugh does a Dr. Smith type of stupid, greedy action to endanger himself and the lives of all the others. This is similar to his puerile thinking in the episode THE INSIDE RAIL with the cash at the end of the episode.


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