Movieland, Wax Museum
USA: California

Address: 7711 Beach Boulevard, Buena Park, CA 90620, USA
            (One block north oh Knott's Berry Farm)
Phone: (714) 522-1154; (714) 522-1155
Opening hours: Every day of the year

History of Wax Art
Although its organization is uncertain, wax sculpturing is considered one of the oldest art forms in history. Ancient Egyptians used the “Lost Wax” process to create deity figures for funeral rites.
The Romans modeled masks and statues in wax, presented in ceremonial processions.
During Medieval Europe, the practice of wax modeling was often related to sorcery.
It was not until the 19th century, when Madam Marie Tussaud, a talented sculpture, gained popularity with her famous exhibition of waxworks in England; thus, laid the groundwork for today’s wax museums.

Movieland Wax Museum
Open since 1962
Movieland proudly presents movie-themed attraction wax figures on display in 115 realistic crafted sets, paying tribute to a 70-years span of exciting movie and television making.
Each star portrayed is life-size with uncanny characteristics and likeness. Facial features, body and bone structure are recreated precisely according to the measurements taken at photo sessions. Skin tone and hair, implanted strand by strand, are exactly color matched. Original costumes and studio props are obtained whenever possible to ensure authenticity,
In order to enhance the enjoyment of visitors, special lighting, sound effects and imaginative animation are used throughout the museum

Dr. Jhivago, Poseidon Adventure, Ben Hur, Star Trek, …
George Burns, Carol Burnett, Arthur, Laurel & Hardy, …
Chamber of Horrors, Jason, Dracula, Frankenstein, …
Brando, Davis, Stewart, Gable, Bogart, Hepburn, …
Gloria Estefan, Michael Jackson, Patton, Rocky, Superman, …


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