|Product Name||Big Circus|
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|Long Description||Legendary producer/writer Irwin Allen (''The Poseidon Adventure,'' ''The Towering Inferno'') expertly captures the spectacle of the big top, with help from an all-star cast including screen legend Vincent Price (''The Fly,'' ''House of Wax'') as the ringmaster and Peter Lorre (''Casablanca'') as a circus clown. A circus owner (Victor Mature - ''Kiss of Death'') is on the verge of bankruptcy when his corrupt ex-partners attempt to drive him out of business. When an accountant (Oscar-winner Red Buttons ''Sayonara'') is sent to examine the workings of the circus before a loan can be given, accidents and saboteurs plague the circus. This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.|
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