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When the Circus Comes to Town

When the Circus Comes to Town

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When the Circus Comes to Town / Side Show/ Swingeroo Circus/ Barnyard Babies / Animal Land / Circus at the Zoo. ARC Identifier 654179 / Local Identifier 263.1840. This item contains six short films related to circus activities and events from the early 1940s and 1950s. The films were intended for television or non-theatrical release. Three films were produced by Official Films and are titled "When The Circus Comes to Town: Featuring the Kidoodlers," "Side Show," and "Swingeroo Circus." One film was produced by Pictorial Films and is titled "Barnyard Babies." One animated film was produced by Sterling Films, and is titled "Animal Land." The final short is titled "Circus at the Zoo," and was produced by Castle Films. National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981) Made possible by a donation from Public.Resource.Org.

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