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Send In The Clowns

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Added by in 1930s and earlier 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s


Send in the Clowns is by far the most popular video on with 5.6 million views as of 3/10/2016.  Such a classic video with all the great actors and actresses like Milton Berle, Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Jerry Lewis, and Jackie Gleason to name just a few.  An all time favorite of many to be sure.  For more information check out the wikipedia link.

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  • gary Added This left me deeply touched and speechless
  • Virginia Added Very nostalgic. Glad I'm old enough to remember all the clowns we HAD and now we have those
    who want to lead our country who are pitiful clowns!
  • andrew Added truly memorial. great memories of yesterday. which they were here today.
  • arlita Added Memories. . . .such memories. And they could laugh at themselves.
  • Cecil Stanley Pereira Added Just Beautiful...Brought back all the memories ... Pass the Kleenex Please ...
    Fantabulous !!
  • Judy Added Remember them well! They were perfect for their their time.
  • John Added Nostalgic and tearful.
  • Joe Added Simply beautiful.
  • bobbie Added loved it
  • wm.j.d. Added great video of truly wonderful entertainers. I have to wonder why W.C. Fields was omitted.