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Circus of the Stars #14 (1989)

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Credited cast:
Stacy Keach ... Himself - Ringmaster
Barbara Mandrell ... Herself - Ringmaster
Leslie Nielsen ... Himself - Ringmaster
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Willie Aames ... Himself - Human Cannonball
Kristian Alfonso ... Herself - Performer
Melissa Sue Anderson ... Herself - Performer (as Melissa Anderson)
Rebeca Arthur ... Herself - Performer
Mayim Bialik ... Herself - Performer
Karen Black ... Herself - Elephant Act
Maureen Flannigan ... Herself - Performer
Jennie Garth ... Herself - Trapeze Artist
Deidre Hall ... Herself - Performer
Telma Hopkins ... Herself - Performer
Omri Katz ... Himself - Performer
Allan Kayser ... Himself - Performer
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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 November 1989 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El circo de las estrellas #14 See more »

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Follows Circus of the Stars #8 (1983) See more »

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Three Rings of Brilliance!
19 February 2002 | by kevdoggySee all my reviews

Fred Willard and Willie Aames on the same show? Somebody pinch me! Lynn Redgrave's horsewomanship made me want to see her sassy sister Vanessa tame a pack of wild hyenas! Groooooowr! And don't even get me started on Mayim Bialik..she was stunning in the hoop-de-hoop thing! She's a BLOSSOMing superduperstar! All right, I'm settling down now, but let me ask you...has there ever been a better Ringmaster than Stacy Keach? Ever? I'm Keachless! Karen Black handled that elephant like a pro! I truly believe that she should change professions and become a full-time elephant woman. The world deserves it! And when Tracy Scoggins, David Leisure, and Deidre Hall dressed up like clowns, and pretended to throw water at Telma Hopkins and Ahmet Zappa, I thought I was going to die! And there was just shredded paper in the buckets! This was a 10+++!


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