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A thousand clowns

Coe, Fred
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About a funny, feisty, compassionate man who is very determined to have nothing to do with the lemming-like rush-hour world. But his resolve is tested when social workers Sandra and Albert tell him that he must shape up, or his twelve-year-old nephew Nick will be shipped out to a foster home. Released when workday lifestyles went largely unchallenged, this inventive comedy-drama gleefully speaks to the nonconformist in all.

Rating: Not rated.

screenplay, Herb Gardner ; director, Fred Coe.

Title from sell sheet.

Based on a play by Herb Gardner.

Originally released as a motion picture in 1965.

Wide screen.

Special features: Diary of a middle-aged kid: New interview with co-star Barry Gordon; theatrical trailer.

Jason Robards, Barbara Harris, Martin Balsam, Barry Gordon, John McMartin, William Daniels.

DVD, wide screen.

English dialogue; English subtitles.

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