wasn't the first (or last) thriller for some of the actors and
Elsa Lanchester (Hester) is most famous for the 1935 classic "The Bride of Frankenstein"
McDowall (Robert) starred in "The Legend of Hell
House", both "Fright Night" films,
and is most famous to genre fans from the "Planet of the Apes" films and tv series
Stevens (Karen) has also been in numerous thrillers and horror
as many as Victor Buono!), including "The Manitou" and "Monster in the Closet"
Granger (Evan) is perhaps most known for the two films he did
"Rope"and "Strangers on a Train"
Knowles (Douglas) costarred in two Universal horror classics:
"The Wolf Man" and "Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man"
Farr (Dybbi) costarred in "Curse II" The Bite",
and appeared on an episode
of Kolchak: The Night Stalker entitled "Primal Scream"
Fox (Constable Hooke), best known as Dr. Bombay on Bewitched
was Capt. Havlock in "The Mummy" with Brendan Fraser
Buono (The Minister) was in almost too many thrillers to name,
including "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?", "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte",
"The Strangler", and "The Evil" (as Satan himself!)
Wright (Jonesy) was in "Pharoah's Curse", "Munster
Go Home", and
"Journey to the Center of the Earth"
a dialogue director/dialogue coach throughout his career,
Norman Stuart (Arnold) has acted in the Battlestar Galactica series and
portrayed one of the Vulcan masters in Star Trek: The Motion Picture
actors from ARNOLD, Elsa, Patric, Ben, and Shani Wallis, all
in director Georg Fenady's "Terror in the Wax Museum"
is already a corpse when the film begins, but the only time
the viewer sees him moving is during Karen's nightmare scene
...and watch closely in a few scenes. Norman Stuart can be seen breathing!
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