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The Clowns (1970)

03/05/1970 (US) ComedyDocumentaryTV Movie 1h 33m
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Fellini exposes his great attraction for the clowns and the world of the circus first recalling a childhood experience when the circus arrives nearby his home. Then he joins his crew and travel from Italy to Paris chasing the last greatest European clowns still live in these countries. He also meets Anita Ekberg trying to buy a panther in a circus.

  1. Federico Fellini

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Bernardino Zapponi


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  1. Federico Fellini

    Federico Fellini

    Federico Fellini (uncredited)

  2. Anita Ekberg

    Anita Ekberg

    Anita Ekberg

  3. Annie Fratellini

    Annie Fratellini


  4. Charlie Rivel

    Charlie Rivel


  5. Alvaro Vitali

    Alvaro Vitali


  6. Pierre Étaix

    Pierre Étaix


  7. Liana Orfei

    Liana Orfei

    Circus performer

  8. Victoria Chaplin

    Clown (uncredited)

  9. Pasquale Fasciano

    Pasquale Fasciano

    Tall Man (uncredited)

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The Clowns
The Clowns

Original Title I Clowns

Status Released

Original Language Italian

Budget -

Revenue -


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