Sinatra, Presley, Cash Join Exhibit at Wax Museum

Wednesday, Jan 8, 2014  |  Updated 6:35 AM EDT
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Sinatra, Presley, Cash Join Exhibit at Wax Museum

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Actor/singer Elvis Presley holds his semi-acoustic guitar during a concert in the USA, in December of 1968. (AP Photo)

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New figures of some top names in classic rock and roll are being unveiled at the Madame Tussauds wax museum in Washington.

The attraction is introducing new figures of Frank Sinatra, James Dean, Elvis Presley, John Wayne and Johnny Cash. The museum noted their accomplishments in movies and music. They will be part of a new exhibit of "American Icons.''

Last fall, the museum also added figures of Marilyn Monroe and Betty White to its collection of entertainers.

The museum held an unveiling ceremony for the new figures Tuesday.

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