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Joe Prince
Anthony Bushell ...
Toby Griffiths
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Zara
Raquel Torres ...
Sheba Prince / Starlina
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Davey Heron
Nancy Brown ...
Lamentina
Paul Graetz ...
Max Schultze
Amy Veness ...
Petal Schultze
Jimmy Hanley ...
Young Joe Prince
Frank Pettingell ...
McGinty
Alexander Field ...
Harry Cronk
Francis L. Sullivan ...
Cranley
Percy Parsons ...
Cowboy Joe
Aubrey Mather ...
Blewett
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Ella
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21 June 1936 (USA)  »

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Den røde Vogn  »

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£80,000 (estimated)
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Jimmy Hanley morphs into Charles Bickford
5 October 2015 | by (london) – See all my reviews

Firstly can I correct the first reviewer.This was not a British quota film.Such films would be roughly 76 minutes or less.This was originally 107 minutes long.I have to confess that I don't like circuses and even less circus films.This is a rather leisurely affair.27 minutes elapse before Jimmy Hanley becomes Charles Bickford!Therefore it is only really in the last hour that the film gets going.All the usual type of characters and plot lines.Rockford marries Raquel Torres because he can't get Greta Neissen,the cat tamer.There are lots of scenes with tigers being badly mistreated.I was siding with them against the trainer.More interesting for the cast than the film itself.


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