When sculptor Ivan Igor's wax museum is burned down by his treacherous partner, he is left devastated. Ten years later in then-present-day New York, he opens a new museum, with more lifelike statues thane ever before. Directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Lionel Atwill, Glenda Farrell, and Fay Wray.
1933. Not rated. Run time: 77 minutes.
This film is part of the "Our Monsters, Ourselves: The Legacy of Pre-code Horror" Series in collaboration with Union College and will be introduced by Jim de Sève, filmmaker, educator, and Artist-in-Residence at Union College.