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Meet Me at the Fair

Like the other small musicals Douglas Sirk directed at Universal in the early 50s, this 1953 feature is better than it was supposed to have been at the time, a nicely mounted and nostalgic turn-of-the-century story about a sideshow medicine man (Dan Dailey) who helps to hide a runaway orphan (Chet Allen) while romancing the woman who's looking for him (Diana Lynn). Hugh O'Brian plays a corrupt politician, and Scatman Crothers is one of the performers in the musical numbers.

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