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and Barnum & Bailey performing pachyderms celebrated the historic homecoming of The Greatest Show On Earth [sup.
It's very exciting, I think there is a huge sense of excitement and anticipation because Britain is ready to welcome the greatest show on earth," Mr Cameron said.
C*Let us say that I have my reasons; and after watching The Greatest Show on Earth you'll probably have your own reasons that might revolve selflessly around making people laugh their hearts out
For further information on Kevin, or the current touring schedule of the 132nd Edition of The Greatest Show On Earth, visit www.
16th Ringmaster Preston Lambert had the distinction of presiding over the last performance under canvas of The Greatest Show On Earth on July 16, 1956, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
But The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Web site also provides a behind-the-scenes look at how the Greatest Show on Earth comes together.
and Barnum & Bailey dispensation during WWII to travel by rail because The Greatest Show On Earth was important for the country's morale
The undisputed "Lord of the Rings" is coming out of retirement to star in a network television special with The Greatest Show On Earth.