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Freaks Uncensored! (1999)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 26 February 1999 (USA)
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A comprehensive history of human oddities and their relationship with society throughout the ages.

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Ari M. Roussimoff
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Credited cast:
Captain Bates Captain Bates
Mademoiselle Delait Mademoiselle Delait
Jack Dracula Jack Dracula ... Himself - Tattooed Wonder
Franz Drago Franz Drago ... (archive footage)
Jack Earle Jack Earle ... (archive footage)
Daisy Earles Daisy Earles ... (archive footage)
Harry Earles ... (archive footage)
Johnny Eck Johnny Eck ... (archive footage)
Elsie/John Elsie/John
David F. Friedman David F. Friedman ... Himself
Elizabeth Green Elizabeth Green ... Herself (archive footage) (as Betty Green)
Daisy Hilton Daisy Hilton ... Herself - Siamese Twin (archive footage)
Violet Hilton Violet Hilton ... Herself - Siamese Twin (archive footage)
Annie Jones Annie Jones
Francisco Lentini Francisco Lentini ... (archive footage)
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A comprehensive history of human oddities and their relationship with society throughout the ages.

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English

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Seeing Freaks Uncensored is a treat, One of the best!
7 May 2009 | by queenofpompSee all my reviews

"Freaks Uncensored" is a really great film. I saw it years back when I lived in New York, at the Anthology Film Archives in lower Manhattan. I had to wait in the pouring rain and got a standing room ticket. The people clapped like crazy at the end because the film was really inspiring. Some people there, who had expected to see a exploitative shock documentary, might have been disappointed because this film was so "real" and not just made to shock (Although it is often very shocking.) I just bought the DVD and wasn't disappointed watching it for the second time. As a matter of fact the movie moves so fast, it was great stopping it so I could make some popcorn. ome people might have wondered why the leper footage was in the movie, but, even though it departed from the sideshow theme, I liked the filmmakers' showing the audience that freakdom is often a serious medical issue.


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