DIRECTED BY ROBERT Z. LEONARD

The Clown 1953

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Directed by

Robert Z. Leonard

Starring

Actor
Character
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
Walter Reed
Joe Hoagley
Eddie Marr
Television Director
Jonathan Cott
Floor Director
Don Beddoe
Gallagher
Young Man
Monya Andre
Convention Dinner Guest
David Bair
TV Pageboy
Billy Barty
Billy - Coney Island Midget
Linda Bennett
Judy Henderson
George Boyce
Attendant
Paul Bradley
Maitre D'
Leonard Bremen
George
Jules Brock
Ballet Dancer
Charles Bronson
Eddie, Dice Player
Boyd Cabeen
Crew Member
Charles Calvert
Jackson
Steve Carruthers
Maitre D'Hotel
Ann Codee
Ballet Instructor
G. Pat Collins
Actor
Gene Coogan
Stagehand
Tom Dillon
Clancy
Dan Dowling
Convention Dinner Guest
Ken DuMain
Audience Member
Joe Evans
Attendant
Bess Flowers
Convention Dinner Guest
Mary Foran
Heavy Girl
Robert Ford
Al Zerney
Al Freeman
Man
Kenneth Gibson
Convention Dinner Guest
Joe Gilbert
Audience Member
Ned Glass
Danny Daylor
Mickey Golden
Attendant
Sandra Gould
Bunny - Daylor's Secretary
Sam Harris
Convention Dinner Guest
Ed Haskett
Convention Dinner Guest
Jack Heasley
Twin
Robert Heasley
Twin
Al Hill
Dice Player
Stuart Holmes
Convention Dinner Guest
Jimmie Horan
Man
Shep Houghton
Convention Dinner Guest
Inge Jolles
Goldie's Secretary
Harvey Karels
Crew Member
Donald Kerr
Attendant
Jess Kirkpatrick
Police Sergeant
Lucy Knoch
Girl
Forrest Lewis
Mr. Huston, the Pawnbroker
Mickey Little
Lefty
Eve Martell
Dancer at Audition
Neva Martell
Dancer at Audition
John McKee
Counterman
Frank McLure
Backstage Observer
Walter Merrill
Ad-Libber
Helene Millard
Miss Batson
Harold Miller
Convention Dinner Guest
Shirley Mitchell
Mrs. Blotto
Roger, Man Meeting Hogarth
Charles Morton
Man at Stripper Show
Frank Nelson
Charlie
William H. O'Brien
Waiter
Monty OGrady
Convention Dinner Guest
Allen OLocklin
Ad-Libber
Gil Perkins
Dundee
Lee Phelps
Police Sergeant
Jean Porter
Jean, Ballet Student
Paul Power
Convention Dinner Guest
Vici Raaf
Woman
Fred Rapport
Backstage Observer
Paul Raymond
Young Man
Barry Regan
Dice Player
Danny Richards Jr.
Herman
Walter Ridge
Attendant
David Saber
Silvio
Sharon Saunders
Girl
Jerry Schumacher
Dice Player
Bernard Sell
Convention Dinner Guest
Harry Stanton
Hogarth
Karen Steele
Blonde
Robert R. Stephenson
Counterman
Cy Stevens
Makeup Man
Brick Sullivan
TV Stagehand
Jimmy Thompson
Ad-Libber
Tom Urray
Vendor
Jan Wayne
Woman
Martha Wentworth
Neighbor
Wilson Wood
Wardrobe Man
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 91 minutes (1 hrs 31 mins)
UK BBFC Age Rating:  A age rating
US release date US release: 16th January 1953
Portugal release date Portugal release: 16th October 1953
Turkey release date Turkey release: 1st January 1954
Denmark release date Denmark release: 10th February 1954

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UK BBFC Certificate: A
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IT Chapter Two

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Whereas the first film relied on its young cast and the thought of Pennywise the clown to carry the film this film brings in some big hitting stars like Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader.

The first film went on to £32 Million in the UK and hung around till the end of October (Halloween), expect this to not quite do as well as its predecessor but hang around until late October.

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Polityka

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The film takes a very respectable £517,255 on its debut from a limited run of 236 screens making an average of nearly £2,000 per screen.

Toy Story 4

Pixars mega hit has the longest run on the UK box office this weekend as the film notches up its 12th weekend with a total UK gross of £64.5 Million.

Director Andy Muschietti follows up the smash hit film It (2017) with It Chapter Two which the BBFC has passed uncut with a 15 age rating in the UK.

The first movie was a big hit 2 years ago when it hit cinemas and as the film only covered half the book a follow up was always going to happen, and this year we get to see The Losers Club all grown up.

The sequel called It Chapter Two sees the kids from the original come back to Derry 27 years later to confront Pennywise the clown again, and finish IT off.

The film stars among others Bill Skarsgard, Jessica Chastain and James Ivory.

The BBFC have granted the film a 15 rating for strong gory violence, horror, language, discrimination and it has an official runtime of 169 minutes (2 hours and 49 minutes), the release date is 6th September 2019.

Link to the BBFC reference page