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“He was the lion-tamer, and he had the self-same trick of putting his head into the lion's mouth.”
“The years went by and he grew old, and the lion-tamer grew old, and the lion grew old.”
“I suppose you've heard of the lion-tamer who was hated by another man?" he asked.”
“That's the last time I'll stick my arm in a lion's mouth," the lion-tamer saidoff-handedly.”
“The title story, "Circus Bulgaria" (a title open to all sorts of interpretations), sets the mood by relating how a desperate lion-tamer, down to his last lion, sells the beast so that both can survive the winter.”
“There is no more circus art in Bulgaria, get this into your head," Pavarotti, a clown-turned-pub-owner, tells his hapless friend Pacho, a drunk lion-tamer, in the opening scene of Deyan Enev's Circus Bulgaria (Portobello £10.99).”
“The devilish De Ville, angry over Wallace's flirtation with Madame De Ville, contrives to sprinkle some snuff on Wallace's head, then at the climax of the lion-tamer act, Augustus sneezes and "... the jaws came together, crunch just like that.”
“Leopard Man" is a plotboiler: an old story written for a quick $25: the Leopard Man, a circus performer, tells a reporter of "King" Wallace, a lion-tamer who is hated by another man, a juggler and sword-swallower named De Ville, toward whose wife Wallace had the temerity to look upon, apparently lustfully.”
“By the time I came back to the scene of the crime in lion-tamer mode, it was too late.”
“I think my favorite scene in the whole movie is when the ghostly lion-tamer looks in the big cat's mouth for his missing head.”
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