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  • ==Circus Websites== '''Eden Brothers''' Circus []
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  • ...ée De Jonghe, was a tight-wire dancer and heiress to a celebrated Belgian circus dynasty. His father, Bruno Chicky (Stutz), is one Europe's great whiteface before an audience. It was an immediate success, and the Boswell-Wilkie Circus offered him a contract. In 1983, Serge won a Bronze Medal at the [[Festival
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  • ...ish acrobats of the twentieth century, and one of Britain’s most beloved circus and TV personalities. His career spanned seventy years, from his debut in 1 ...cultural Hall in Islington. For Easter, they were at Blackpool’s [[Tower Circus]], and then appeared at the London Palladium, Britain’s legendary music h
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  • ...side, and his father had worked on the fairgrounds. Freddy Ross created [[Circus Rosaire]] in England in 1904. David began working in the ring at age five, and received a complete circus education within his family, from horsemanship and tumbling to juggling and
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  • ...d circus director, [[Alphonse Rancy]] (1861-1933). She belonged to genuine circus aristocracy and, not surprisingly, she was an equestrienne of great talent. ...e]] eventually turned into a unforgettable tiger trainer—and a major circus star when he became the first "Tarzan" of the big cage in the 1940s, wearin
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  • ...Anderson]], a puppeteer and stage designer who had developed a passion for circus and flying trapeze. (In 1973, Keith Anderson would create the Hi-Fli Trapez ...ates, where they were featured with [[Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey]] Circus for two seasons.
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  • ...have made his one of the great names of the twentieth century’s European circus. ...]], a French equestrian who had settled in Sweden, where he originated his circus dynasty in the 19th century.
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  • ...e a trio of Italian acrobats whose act met with great success, both in the circus ring and on the variety stage, from the 1940s up to the late 1960s. They be ...utonomous city bordered by Morocco, on the north coast of Africa. Like all circus children, they were trained in all traditional acrobatic disciplines within
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