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The Greatest Show on Earth
The Academy Award winning film for best picture was The Greatest Show on Earth.

This dramatic film follows the stories of the various circus performers as they vie for spotlight in the center ring, engage in plots to take over the food and games concessions, attempt to hide their past (Buttons the Clown!), and woo each other.

With some spectacular circus stunts, a solid cast including real circus performers, and one of Charleton Heston's finest performances, The Greatest Show on Earth should be seen by one and all.

The Cast:
  • Betty Hutton as Holly the trapeze artist
  • Cornel Wilde as The Great Sebastian
  • Charleton Heston as Brad Braden the circus manager
  • Dorothy Lamour as Phyllis
  • Gloria Grahame as Angel
  • Henry Wilcoxon as Gregory the FBI agent
  • Lyle Bettger as Klaus
  • Lawrence Tierney as Mr. Henderson
  • Emmett Kelly as himself
  • Cucciola as himself
  • Antoinette Concello as herself
  • John Ringling North as himself
  • Tuffy Genders as himself
  • John Kellogg as Harry
  • John Ridgely as the assistant circus manager

Director:

  • Cecil B. DeMille
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