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Theatre: Cat Man

(See front cover) Padding about uncertainly in the tumbled sawdust of the big cage, the last three or four lions responded to a cue from outside the bars,...

Animals: Helpful Lion

In Kokomo, Ind., Clyde Beatty was training Trudy, a new tiger, in her circus tricks. Trudy jumped at Clyde Beatty, clawed him, bit him. Prince, an old lion,...

People: Feb. 3, 1967

Yet another Kennedy book is in the works. Bobby Kennedy Jr., 13, the clan's Clyde Beatty, is collaborating with his brother Michael, 8, on The Great Slaughter,...

SHOW BUSINESS: End of the Trail

Under the big tent in Burbank, Calif, an audience of 1,200 waited impatiently for the circus to start. Finally the ringmaster made an announcement. Clyde...

Animals: A Bully & His Betters

The face-licking meekness of a lion named Duke who fell in love with two tigresses named Venus and Ruth almost spoiled Clyde Beatty's act but did not change...

The New Pictures, Sep. 8, 1941

Whistling in the Dark (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) is not the funniest picture out of Hollywood. But it has enough effective low comedy to ease M.G.M.'s brand-new...

Animals: Circus

In the center of a great steel-barred arena stood famed young Animal Trainer Clyde Beatty. On all sides his animals closed in on him. Lions, tigers and a black...

The Theatre: Greatest Show

An entertainment troupe which eats 10,000 pancakes for breakfast, carries its own post office and uses more than half the elephants in America opened its 1931...

The Theater: No Giasticutos, No Hyfandodge

Exhaling cigaret smoke through his nose, a slight man, tough as raffia, brown as leather, leaned over a collapsible campstool tugging at the laces of his...

The Prince of Pulp

"The monicker is Mike Hammer, kid. I'm a private eye." Mike Hammer was not your typical gumshoe — at least, not when he made his debut, in I, the Jury, in...

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