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Quote:In a previous post, mention was made of having a DVD that contained both the B&W and Technicolor versions of DOCTOR X (since a double bill of DOCTOR X and MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM doesn't seem to be in the cards).
Dec 24 05 1:54 AM
Quote:I was thinking I had heard the information prior to then, but won't swear to that. (No slight intended to R. H. Smith's great article, either way.)
Dec 27 05 5:49 AM
Quote:One thing about MYSTERY (and for that matter, HOUSE) that has always bothered me was that both villians' burned faces were shown in the film long before the final unmasking.
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Quote:In truth there was. American Cinematographer magazine had a very detailed article circa 1986-87 about the production history of DOCTOR X.
Quote:MYSTERY is a great flick to watch this week, considering the New Years in Times Square stuff.
Jan 2 06 10:03 PM
Quote:The washed-out quality is a result of the film being imperfectly "restored." The original nitrate print does NOT have that look.
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Quote:That disk (and cover) were done as a Walmart exclusive, as I recall, for the Paris Hilton HOUSE OF WAX
Apr 12 08 1:10 PM
As they did with DOCTOR X a few days back, Greenbriar Picture Shows has produced a great feature on MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM. There's nice background
info, particularly on the film's once upon a time "lost" status. And the posters, ads, and photos produced are even better than usual from this
great site. Most of the ads, and at least one photo, are entirely new to me. Great stuff. Makes me want to watch the movie again, right about...now.
Apr 12 08 5:01 PM
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