The clown

Directed by: Robert Z. Leonard, USA, 1953

USA, 1953

Cast and Credits

Director Robert Z. Leonard
Cast Red Skelton [Dodo Delwyn]
Jane Greer [Paula Henderson]
Tim Considine [Dink Delwyn]
Loring Smith [Benjamin Y. 'Goldie' Goldenson]
Philip Ober [Ralph Z. Henderson]
Lou Lubin [Little Julie]
Fay Roope [Doctor Strauss]
Donald T. Beddoe [Gallagher]
Jonathan Cott [Floor Director]
Steve Forrest [Young Man]
Eddie Marr [Television Director]
Walter Reed [Joe Hoagley]
Bess Flowers [Convention Dinner Guest (not credited)]
Sam Harris [Convention Dinner Guest (not credited)]
Sam Harris [Convention Dinner Guest (not credited)]
Stuart Holmes [Convention Dinner Guest (not credited)]
Harold Miller [Convention Dinner Guest (not credited)]
Charles Bronson [Eddie, Dice Player (not credited)]
Charles Bronson [Dice Player (not credited)]
Charles Bronson [Dice Player (not credited)]
Charles Bronson [Clancy (not credited)]
Jean Porter [Jean, Ballet Student (not credited)]
Karen Steele [(not credited)]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,Length: 90 minutes
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: January 16, 1953 in USA

General Information

The clown is a motion picture produced in the year 1953 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Red Skelton, Jane Greer, Tim Considine, Loring Smith, Philip Ober, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The clown available.

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