Freaky Circus Guy Trailer

Freaky Circus Guy Trailer (2005)

24 March 2005

Sword swallowing, fire breathing, bull whip cracking and the burlesque arts take center stage in Freaky Circus Guy; a documentary about an eccentric collector of 1920's circus art who takes his obsession to the extreme and launches an authentic sideshow on a stormy pier in Seaside Heights, NJ. It's a wondrously strange world of gypsies, freaks, glamazon women... and one madman.

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United States 24 March 2005

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