But don't blame him for that.
House of Wax (1953)
House of Wax though does suffer through some silly 3D gimmicks and suffers through some 50s steroetypes, but I can ignore these or be amused.
Really we have Price here at his best, a subtle mix of his more serious tone and his hammy best.
This movie also featured a young Charles Bronson as the mute Igor. It was also a remake of the 1933 "Mystery of the Wax Museum" and was remade in 2005. Of that movie we will not speak of.
Like most of the classics, I saw this one years and years ago.
Tally 10 movies, 8 new.