A murder outside a traveling wax museum attracts the attention of the police--and a European detective who claims that the wax figures of murderers are brought to life by black magic so they can kill again.

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Pierre Jacquelin
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Col. Andre Bertroux
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Annette Jacquelin
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A murder outside a traveling wax museum attracts the attention of the police--and a European detective who claims that the wax figures of murderers are brought to life by black magic so they can kill again.

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8 January 1962 (USA)  »

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Some of the wax figures are actors, and some of them can be seen moving despite their effort to remain completely still. See more »

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Back In Wax
1 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Oscar Homolka plays Pierre Jaquelin, owner of a wax museum that was near the scene of the recent murder of a young woman, whose final drawing turns out to be a wax figure. Antoinette Bower plays Annette Jacquelin, who assists the police in their investigation, and who becomes the center of attention for three different men who come to sudden ends, though it turns out the real truth is more sinister than anyone realizes... Good episode covers quite familiar ground(like "House Of Wax" for instance), but is still mostly effective. Later filmed in a superior version in multi-segment film "The House That Dripped Blood", with Peter Cushing.


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