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Tussaud

Marie . 1760--1850, Swiss modeller in wax, who founded a permanent exhibition in London of historical and contemporary figures
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The story itself is interesting, having Celie work for historical figures like Madame Tussaud, King Louis XVI, and Marie right up until their deaths; however, it is hard to feel truly immersed in the time period.
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So staff at Madame Tussauds arranged a celebrity party in her honour with a range of popular wax figures.
ON THEIR HOLIDAYS: The original Madame Tussaud waxworks of The Beatles
If the name of Madame Tussaud sounds familiar, just think of the House of Wax to get the association: House of Wax museums exist across the country and even in London and Asia--and her name is on each museum marquee.
Waxing Mythical The Life and Legend of Madame Tussaud Kate Berridge John Murray 352pp 25 [pounds sterling] ISBN: 0 7195 6551 0
The gruesomeness began even before Madame Tussaud was born in Strasburg late in 1761.
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SPITTING IMAGE: Shirley Bassey in Madame Tussaud in London