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Shakes the Clown (13-Mar-1992)

Director: Bobcat Goldthwait

Writer: Bobcat Goldthwait

Keywords: Comedy, Alcoholism, Clowns

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Julie Brown
Actor
31-Aug-1962   West Coast Julie Brown
Blake Clark
Comic
2-Feb-1946   Harry on Home Improvement
Paul Dooley
Actor
22-Feb-1928   Grace Under Fire
Bobcat Goldthwait
Comic
26-May-1962   Shakes the Clown
Kathy Griffin
Actor
4-Nov-1960   Vicki on Suddenly Susan
Florence Henderson
Actor
14-Feb-1934   Carol (mom) on The Brady Bunch
Tim Kazurinsky
Comic
3-Mar-1950   Saturday Night Live, Police Academy
Tom Kenny
Comic
13-Jul-1962   Mr. Show, SpongeBob SquarePants
Joel Murray
Actor
17-Apr-1963   Pete Cavanaugh on Dharma & Greg
LaWanda Page
Actor
19-Oct-1920 14-Sep-2002 Aunt Esther on Sanford and Son
Adam Sandler
Comic
9-Sep-1966   The Wedding Singer, SNL alumnus
Tom Villard
Actor
19-Nov-1953 14-Nov-1994 Popcorn
Robin Williams
Comic
21-Jul-1952   Mork from Ork

REVIEWS

Review by dbt (posted on 10-Jul-2007)

The title alone is funny enough to carry the whole movie but the premise, like a whole society of clowns with their own bar ... and all the really funny actors ... just Bobcat wailing in that voice as the car hits him made me hurt myself laughing ... and the mimes being scared of the clowns ... Florence Henderson in that sleazy role. Good stuff. And I don't even usually like dumb movies but this one is special.


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