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Clown (1969)

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Definitely would love to see this one again!
9 September 2004 | by (North Carolina, USA) – See all my reviews

This is a very moving story of a little boy and his best friend, a dog named Clown. I first saw this movie as an "After School Special" when I was 9 years old, and fell in love with it. As a little kid who was passionate about my own pets, (a cat, dog, and pony) I got choked up for years just thinking about the little boy in "Clown" and his plight. I'd really love to see this again, but can't find it available anywhere. If I remember correctly, nothing was spoken in this movie, which I believe added to the poignancy and beauty of it. And besides, the little boy was so expressive with his face that no words were needed. The ending is a heart wrencher but not in an "Old Yeller" sense. You'll lose your heart to the little kid!


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