The New Exhibit | The Twilight Zone ( S04E13) | John Brahm, 1963

Narrator: [Opening Narration] Martin Lombard Senescu, a gentle man, the dedicated curator of
 murderers' row in Ferguson's Wax Museum. He ponders the reasons why ordinary men are driven 
to commit mass murder. What Mr. Senescu does not known is that the groundwork has already 
been laid for his own special kind of madness and torment - found only in the Twilight Zone.

Martin Lombard Senescu: They need me! They'd be lost!
Emma Senescu: Martin, they're not alive. They don't need anybody!
A wax-museum employee fights to preserve five figures of famous murderers.
(Jack the Ripper, Albert W. Hicks, Henri Désiré Landru, William Burke and William Hare)

The New Exhibit | The Twilight Zone (Season 4 - Episode 13), 1963
Director: John Brahm
Writers: Charles Beaumont, Rod Serling (created by)
Stars: Martin Balsam, Will Kuluva, Margaret Field

'The New Exhibit' with (from left to right) Bob Mitchell as wax figure depicting murderer 
Albert W. Hicks, Milton Parsons as wax figure Henri Desire Landru and David Bond as 
figure Jack the Ripper. Program host Rod Serling is in the foreground, 1963


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

[όλα γυρίζουν κουρδιστά σε άσχημο παιχνίδι
το κέρινό σου ομοίωμα στο λούνα παρκ με πνίγει]
Δημήτρης Λάγιος / Σαβίνα Γιαννάτου / Σε Χάνω ‎// Ερωτική Πρόβα / 1991


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