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Wax figures are coming to life at a Paris museum.
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- Cherchay La Femme (single appearance)
- Newt (single appearance)
- Phantom of the Follies Bregère (single appearance)
- Wax figure monsters (single appearance)(no lines)(disguises of unrevealed actors)
- Bill Waxfree (single appearance)(redeemed)
- Police officers (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Baron Von Rothpuppy (only time mentioned)
- Newt's granddad (only time mentioned)
- Newt's father (only time mentioned)
- Phantom of the Opera (mentioned)
- Papa La Femme (single appearance)(wax figure)
- Mama La Femme (single appearance)(wax figure)
- Smidgeon La Femme (single appearance)(wax figure)
- Previous wax museum owner (only time mentioned)
- Phantom of the Dry Cleaner (only time mentioned)
- Von Rothpuppy's monster (single appearance)
- Paris, France
- Statue of Liberty (exhibition)
- Baron Von Rothpuppy's machine
- Oxygen tank
- Phantom of the Follies Bregère's submarine
- The Mystery Mahine
|Cherchay La Femme||She had quite a weak grip on reality.|
| Unnamed and unrevealed actors playing wax figure monsters|
|Bill Waxfree hired actors to scare everyone from the museum because the previous owner stole his wax figures.|
- Disguises: Velma as police officer, Piaf.
- Cherchay La Femme is a pun on "cherchez la femme," which is a French phrase literally meaning "look for the woman." This is a common phrase in detective stories, which has become a cliché.
- The Phantom of the Follies Bregère mentions the Phantom of the Opera living down in the sewer, in reference to the novel, he Phantom of the Opera.
- None known.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- Newt keeps on calling Baron Von Rothpuppy, "Dr. Ruthpuppy" when it should be "Dr. Von Rothpuppy."
- The Phantom of the Follies Bregère implies that wanted Bill Waxfree wanted revenge for being fired by the previous owner, before Bill explains the real reason. It's possible that Bill was fired when he brought it up with the previous owner.