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- No. 7
This Case of Waxy Buildup Marks the Debut of Tony Orlando-Tony Orlando and Dawn-Dawn
Their three rigidly cheerful co-stars were life-size likenesses soon to be enshrined in the Movieland Wax Museum near Disneyland. Voted in by adoring fans of the waxworks, Orlando and Dawn will join 225 other show business heavies on exhibit, including Laurel and Hardy, Shirley Temple, and the entire crew of Star Trek. Sculpted by Logan Fleming, the three figures cost $20,000 to assemble. It was worth every penny. "It's like turning around," says Tony, "and seeing myself."
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