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Alfred Hitchcock Presents - The Waxwork


"The Waxwork" was originally broadcast on 12/Apr/1959 as part of the fourth season of Alfred Hitchcock Presents.


Mr. Marriner is an owner of a wax museum. He lets a reporter named Raymond Houston stay the night at his waxworks in order to write a story. At night, the reporter sees the wax figure of a murdering barber named Bourdette. The statue comes to life and tells the reporter to get ready for a shave. In the morning, the reporter's body is discovered. He sits in a barber chair as if ready for a shave. His body is unmarked. Marriner concludes that he must had died of fear brought on my an overactive imagination. (TV.com)

DVD Releases

The following official DVD releases contain this episode:

9078.gif Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Season Four - Universal (USA, 2009)
Amazon (USA)
NTSC 1.33:1

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