6 edition of Mystery in the wax museum found in the catalog.
A biography of the French woman whose skill at modelling wax figures brought her fame before and during the French revolution and later in the British Isles where she eventually settled and established her famous museum.
|Statement||by Herbert Ellis ; illustrated by Howard Nostrand.|
|LC Classifications||NK9582.T87 E43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||79019627|
The Mystery of the Wax Museum begins in London in the s. Lionel Atwill plays Ivan Igor, a brilliant sculptor who manages a wax museum. Regarding his historical creations as his friends, Igor refuses the entreaties of his business partner, Joe Worth (Edwin Maxwell), to turn his labor-of-love museum into a more profitable "house of horror.". The Mystery of the Wax Museum is one of the first American horror films shot in Technicolor. Sure, it the two-strip style that is virtually painted Black and White film stock, but it looks so cool. Shot almost back-to-back with Doctor X, this film is clearly the superior production. Sporting multiple locations, stunning makeup and probably Fay Wray’s best performance; Mystery of the Wax.
It’s just that The Mystery of the Wax Museum is by nature on the dark side (morgue scenes abound), which puts it at a distinct disadvantage, demonstration-wise to, say, the bright sprightly colors of Universal’s two-color King of Jazz, which Criterion previously released. Buy The Mystery of the Wax Museum [Blu-ray] [Manufactured on Demand, Full Frame, Amaray Case, Subtitled] at Movies / TV: Horror, Mystery / Suspense: Guaranteed Lowest Price. Free Shipping on Orders over $25!
Mystery of the Wax Museum () Mr. Igor's artistically accomplished but poorly attended wax museum in London is set on fire by his backer, who wants to collect the insurance money in order to recoup his losses. Trapped inside, Igor (Lionel Atwill) watches his priceless work melt away. House of Wax & Mystery of the Wax Museum. Reviewed by Glenn Erickson. Note, Septem Savant has reviewed a Blu-ray /3D release of this double bill.. A Vincent Price favorite, and probably the feature that propelled him in the direction of the horror genre, House of Wax is also the most famous release of the early 50s 3D 's a lively but corny production soaked in the.
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MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM (Warner Brothers, ), reunites director Michael Curtiz with his DOCTOR X (First National, ) co-stars, Lionel Atwill and Fay Wray, in another two-strip Technicolor horror/comedy mystery/10(K).
At Warner Brothers, the main entry was Mystery of the Wax Museum, directed by Michael Curtiz, a grand thriller of in which Fay Wray (Who would appear Mystery in the wax museum book Kong later that same year) was. Filmed in the early Two-Color Technicolor® process, The Mystery of the Wax Museum was considered a lost film for decades, until a well-worn print was discovered nearly 50 years ago.
Thanks to the meticulous new restoration presented on this. This fabulous book is a great read for anyone with any kind of interest in how films get made.
In addition to the shooting script, this book chronicles how the idea for the plot came into being, potential legal issues and tracks very carefully the evolution of the script/5. The Mystery of the Wax Museum begins in London in the s. Lionel Atwill plays Ivan Igor, a brilliant sculptor who manages a wax museum.
Regarding his historical creations as his friends, Igor refuses the entreaties of his business partner, Joe Worth (Edwin Maxwell), to turn his labor-of-love museum into a more profitable "house of horror."Brand: Warner Archives.
The Mystery of the Wax Museum is one hour and seventeen minutes long and was released on Febru The movie was shot in two-color Technicolor system. That uses the process combined red and green dyes to create a color image with a reduced s: Madam Dawn and her husband own a wax museum in Metropolis.
She claims to have visions that prominent people will die within six months. Indeed, the people appear to commit suicide. Madam Dawn's latest vision: Perry White will die. Mystery of the Wax Museum In in London, Ivan Igor is a talented wax figure sculptor who always preffered wax due to the fact that he couldn't properly capture the emotions from a stone scultpture.
Released at the tail end of the s horror craze, Mystery of the Wax Museum () delivered chills with its macabre plot (thought “too ghastly for comfort” and “unhealthy” by one New York Times critic) and effective use of the surreal two-color Technicolor palette, which was soon phased out for the more realistic three-color process.
Mystery of the Wax Museum 05/09/ The Warner Archive Collection. Blu-ray. Talk about a worthy title for restoration — somebody up there likes us. Digital tools and film preservation expertise have advanced far enough to revive this marvelous pre-Code comedy-shocker in a form that showcases its wild designs and stylized 2-color Technicolor.
The Mystery of the Wax Museum is an early Technicolor horror film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Lionel Atwill (Son of Frankenstein). Atwill plays sculptor Ivan Igor, who creates lifelike wax figures of historical characters and exhibits them at his London wax museum.
A true artist, he is fastidious in every detail. He is also cash-poor and has interested a potential investor in. ‘Mystery of the Wax Museum’ () was the last studio film to use the two-strip Technicolor process. If Warner had waited just two years - until‘Mystery of the Wax Museum’ could have been filmed using the new three-strip Technicolor process with a more.
A marvelous, macabre mystery from the early pre-Code sound years of Hollywood, Michael Curtiz’s The Mystery of the Wax Museum was once considered a lost film, but in the last thirty years, its rediscovery and now its full restoration mark it as. Free shipping on orders of $35+ from Target.
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Mystery of the Wax Museum ():Mystery of the Wax Museum is a movie starring Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, and Glenda Farrell. The disappearance of people and corpses leads a reporter to a wax museum and a sinister sculptor.
The Warner Archive Collection Blu-ray of Mystery of the Wax Museum is the stellar restoration debut of the year so far, one big enough to merit multiple public screenings. Knowing how well the show plays with an audience, I’d heartily recommend attending a revival, you know, if.
Mike’s Picks: ‘The Mystery of the Wax Museum’ and ‘A Thousand Clowns’ Mike Clark. J The Mystery of the Wax Museum. Available via Warner Archive Warner, Horror, $ Blu-ray, NR. Stars Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Glenda Farrell, Frank McHugh. Description Over a decade after a mysterious fire destroyed his London exhibition and crippled him in the process, sculptor Ivan Igor (Lionel Atwill) surfaced in Manhattan to open a new wax museum.
Sculptor Ivan Igor struggles in vain to prevent his partner from burning his wax museum, and his “children”. Years later, Igor starts a new museum in New York, but his maimed hands confine him to directing lesser artists. The wax figures are truly impressive, lifelike.
Coincidentally, there’s been a series of bodies being stolen in the same town before the museum opened. But that’s just a coincidence, right.
A French workprint with baked in subtitles of “Mystery of the Wax Museum” turned up in. Buy The Mystery of the Wax Museum [Blu-ray] [Manufactured on Demand, Full Frame, Amaray Case, Subtitled] at Movies / TV: Horror, Mystery / Suspense: Mystery of the Wax Museum, sometimes referred to simply as Wax Museum, was produced by Warner Brothers to capitalize on the fad for horror films at that time, ranging from the now-legendary Universal franchise of horror films to low-budget independent productions like White Zombie ().Free shipping on orders of $35+ from Target.
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