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Das Clown

USA, 1999 (MIFF 2000, Fiction)

Director: Tom E. Brown

An education slide show not suitable for children. Sparkles, a two-foot antique clown, is the prized possession in Mr Higgins' quaint antique shop. But when he comes to life on a dark and stormy night, he's not the loving son Mr Higgins wished he would be.

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