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Cinema-Circus

Cinema-Circus

Jan. 01, 1942Soviet Union4 Min.PG
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One of a handful of animated short propaganda cartoons (“political posters”) that survived World War II. This one, introduced by Charlie Chaplin, ridicules Hitler and his cronies in three short skits.

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Gijs Grob at drgrobsanimationreview.com (2012): “After the grim political posters from 1941, ‘Kino-Circus’ is more lighthearted. The film ridicules Hitler more than it makes him threatening. Quite surprising since in 1942 Nazi Germany was still a serious threat to the Soviet Union.”

Original title Кино-цирк
IMDb Rating 6.0 48 votes
TMDb Rating 6 3 votes

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