Bulls, bears, and chimpanzees / WNET/13
The circus is a glorious mixture of many different acts, and the circus crowd is a glorious mixture of many different kinds of people with greatly varied taste. For some, the antics of the clowns are the most memorable parts of the show; for others, the grace and daring of the aerialists draw the loudest cheers; and there are some to whom the massive, lumbering elephants are the circus’s most exciting offering. This program is about the elephants (dubbed “bulls” in circus jargon). It also looks at two other important circus animals; the bears and the chimpanzees.
Joan Shigekawa; Mallory Slate; Fred Baker; James Salter; Edward Nielsen; Lane Slate; Brice Howard
National Educational Television
Animal trainers; Circus animals
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1 film reel sound,black and white/monochrome; 16 mm
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IULMIA Film Database: 40000003194067; Other: GR00466225; MDPI Barcode: 40000003194067; Catalog Key: 7827228
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