The Clown

United States, 1968

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Episode of Series “Stories Without Words”.
A shaggy dog, Clown, lives in Paris with a street urchin: the two are inseparable. One day Clown runs off while the boy plays with friends. Using a painting of Clown, the boy desperately tries to find his dog. He has nearly given up when he at last sees clown and rushes to embrace it. Joy turns to despair as the boy realises the dog has attached itself to a blind man. The boy walks away.

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producer

Arthur Cohn

director

Richard Balducci

production company

Learning Corporation of America

Duration

00:14:38:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1968

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Stories Without Words

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Stories Without Words

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