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Opposite: 'The Clown at Midnight', Lon Chaney Sr in Laugh Clown Laugh. 'I'm
very interested in fools. Fools obsess me and always have, clowns too.. .Punch
has always fascinated me because he's so cruel and so funny at the same time.
A light comes up on the Old Clown, who is sitting astride a knackered old
Pantomime Horse, preferably piebald. He is dressed ridiculously, as a general.
His hat bristles with tatty feathers. A wooden sword hangs forlornly at his side. He
Above: A cornucopia of clowns in He Who Gets Slapped. Opposite: Conrad Veidt
in The Man Who Laughs (1928). 'He looked up and saw Pennywise the Clown
standing at the top of the lefthand staircase, looking down at him. His face was ...
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