In 1959 Movieland Wax Museum opened just a few miles away from Disneyland. But this is America and one is just never enough. I mean, come on, how dare we go some place and not be reminded of some other place? So in 1975 the Movieland Wax Museum cloned itself near that other Disney property in Orlando, Florida (I don’t know if you’ve heard of it). The Six Flags Stars Hall of Fame Wax Museum was built for 6 million dollars (which is how much Bill Gates makes in the time it takes him to sneeze) and had more than two hundred wax figures in more than one hundred famous movie scenes. There was Laurel and Hardy driving a vintage car, Nancy Sinatra riding a motorcycle and wearing boots (of course) and Charlton Heston racing a chariot. Unfortunately, the wax dreams of Hollywood lasted as long as a botox injection. Not even ten years after it opened, the building was sold and the museum shut its doors forever (“forever, ever, forever, ever?”). Dreams do come true, but they eventually die like Paul Newman and free parking.