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Samson Vid-E.Show

Presented by
Created by
Jilliane Baumert
Technical Consultants
Jennie Johns
Bill Calderon
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Samson in the Wax Museum Redux (2002)

Produced by
Funny Action Films
Written By
Rob Pileckis
Sound Design
Jack Netter
Music By
Bella Bartok
In Association with
The Al Larson
Prarie Center for the Arts


Samson the Masked Wrestler
Tim Philbin
The Professor
Dave Stinton
Alfonse & Zul
Mr. & Mrs. Felix Rosembaum
Additional Voices Supplied by
Ken Cunningham
Al Larson
John Scrip

Santo en el museo de cera (1963)

Produced by
Filmadora Panamericana
For full credits

About Samson

Samson was a man named Rodolfo Guzmán Huerta, more widely known as El Santo, a Mexican Luchador, film actor, and folk icon.

The film Santo en el museo de cera is a black and white film, originally released in Mexico in 1963.

It was eventually dubbed in English and released on television under the title Samson in the Wax Museum.

In 2002, the film was re-written and over-dubbed as an hour-long comedy titled Samson in the Wax Museum Redux.

For the Samson, the hour-long comedy was edited down to 14 minutes and redistributed on the web.