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Terror in the Wax Museum
Screen Shot 2018-12-21 at 11.12.51 PM
Riffed by RiffTrax
Riffers Mike Nelson
Kevin Murphy
Bill Corbett
Series None
Date Released October 26, 2018
Terror in the Wax Museum is a 1973 American horror film directed by Georg Fenady from a screenplay by Jameson Brewer and a story by Andrew J. Fenady for Fenady's own production company.

RiffTrax released their riff in October 2018.

Plot Synopsis and PreviewEdit

RiffTrax Terror In The Wax Museum (preview)

RiffTrax Terror In The Wax Museum (preview)

In Victorian London, the proprietor of a well-known wax museum is murdered. His niece inherits the museum and decides to keep operating it, despite the fact that other parties want to obtain the property.

Additional murders attract the attention of a police investigator who must solve the mystery. Jack the Ripper is a suspect.

Cast and CrewEdit

  • Ray Milland as Harry Flexner
  • Elsa Lanchester as Julia Hawthorn
  • John Carradine as Claude Dupree
  • Maurice Evans as Inspector Daniels
  • Broderick Crawford as Amos Burns
  • Peggy Stewart as Second Charwoman

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NotesEdit

  • Though set in London, the film was shot at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, California.
  • Elsa Lanchester was well-known for having played the Bride in Bride of Frankenstein. One poster for Terror in the Wax Museum attempted to capitalize on this by proclaiming "Karloff is here! (in the wax museum)", though Boris Karloff does not appear in the film.

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