DirectorCecil B. DeMille NarratorCecil B. DeMille Duration CountryUnited States
WriterFredric M. Frank, Theodore St. John, Frank Cavett, Barre Lyndon Release dateJanuary 10, 1952 (1952-01-10) CastBetty Hutton (Holly), Cornel Wilde (The Great Sebastian), Charlton Heston (Brad Braden), Dorothy Lamour (Phyllis), Gloria Grahame (Angel), Henry Wilcoxon (FBI Agent Gregory) Similar moviesThe Walk, Dumbo, Oz: The Great and Powerful, The Last Romantic Lover, Alexander, Wallenda
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The Greatest Show on Earth may refer to:
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Dan Rice's circus (1830s-1860s) was first described by an Arkansas paper as the "greatest show on earth"
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus uses it as a slogan
The Greatest Show on Earth (film) (1952), an American drama film produced and directed by Cecil B. DeMille
The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution (2009), a book by British ethologist and evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins
The Greatest Show on Earth (band), a British band from the early 1970s
"The Greatest Show on Earth", a song by metal band Machinae Supremacy
"Greatest Show on Earth", a song by Michael Jackson on his Ben album (1972)
"The Greatest Show on Earth", a song by metal band Nightwish on their album Endless Forms Most Beautiful (2015)
The Weather Show, a segment of the Schoolhouse Rock! Science Rock series, originally titled "The Greatest Show on Earth" and withdrew after complaint from Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Eventually retitled.
The Greatest Show on Earth (TV series), a 1963 television series starring Jack Palance and based on the above film
The Greatest Show on Earth, a 1930s American play by George Somnes
The Olympic Games, considered the world's foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating in 33 different sports. The 16-day competition is often referred to as the Greatest Show on Earth in the media.
Trinidad and Tobago Carnival, an annual event celebrated on the Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday
Aurora Borealis, a natural light display observed around the Arctic circle