Movie: The Greatest Show on Earth [1952] Movie: The Greatest Show on Earth [1952]

Movie: The Greatest Show on Earth [1952] Movie: The Greatest Show on Earth [1952]

Klaus:
You always have a smile for that high-flying peacock.



Angel:
Well, what do you want me to do, cry over him?

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Angel:
[Sebastian almost drives his car into the elephant Angel is riding] Hey! Don't crowd, mister! Can't you see an elephant or do I have to paint her red?



Sebastian:
I was blinded by the memory of a beautiful night in Paris.



Angel:
[to the other circus performers] Blow up your water wings, girls, here comes the big wave!


[to Sebastian]



Angel:
How come no husband ever shot you?



Sebastian:
I never offer a sitting target.



Angel:
I thought I'd seen the last of you when you got mixed up with that wire walker in Lisbon.



Sebastian:
You will never see the last of me, Angel.



Klaus:
ANGEL!



Angel:
That will be arranged when you meet Klaus.

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[Holly and Sebastian are one-upping each other on the trapeze]



Buttons:
How long do you think this can go on before something happens?



Brad Braden:
It's circus, isn't it?



Buttons:
Do you believe in prayer?



Brad Braden:
And practice.

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Klaus:
Your legs are too thin, your hair is too red, you have lips like a cat. You're no good. You give me too much trouble.



Angel:
Flattery rolls right off me.

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[first lnes]



Narrator:
We bring you the circus, pied piper whose magic tunes greet children of all ages, from six to 60, into a tinsel and spun-candy world of reckless beauty and mounting laughter and whirling thrills; of rhythm, excitement and grace; of blaring and daring and dance; of high-stepping horses and high-flying stars. But behind all this, the circus is a massive machine whose very life depends on discipline and motion and speed. A mechanized army on wheels, that rolls over any obstacle in its path, that meets calamity again and again, but always comes up smiling. A place where disaster and tragedy stalk the big top, haunt the backyard, and ride the circus train. Where death is constantly watching for one frayed rope, one weak link, or one trace of fear. A fierce, primitive fighting force that smashes relentlessly forward against impossible odds. That is the circus. And this is the story of the biggest of the big tops, and of the men and women who fight to make it "The Greatest Show on Earth."

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