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Had his own segment on Garfield and Friends called 'Screaming With Binky'
Also appeared alongside James Stewart in the 1952 film "The Greatest Show on Earth" and was christened 'Blinko' by Cecil B. DeMillle because of his green two and a half inch faked eyelashes Hosted a TV show 1950s TV show and in later years performed with Circus Circus.
Villain in the anime series
From the 1952 movie. Played by James Stewart.
A famous clown character played Charlie Chaplin
A background character who was trampled to death in one of the best-known episodes
Originally played by Bob Keeshan of Captain Kangaroo fame
The clown who stalked Elaine
The "Rock and Roll" clown from the adult animated TV series.
Rubs George up the wrong way first by not knowing who 'Bozo the Clown' was and later saving the day by putting out a kitchen fire with his big shoe.
Alter ego of Cameron Tucker.
Tricked by evils pixies into running Camp Learn-a-Torium, the worlds most uninspiring children's camp, as part of a larger plan to make completely boring and dull.
A bitter, chain-smoking, depressed, very unenthusiastic clown who helped Dave answer viewer mail about circuses and clowns, played by show writer Jeff Martin. The name originated with his first appearance, in which a viewer suggested that mail to Letterman was actually read by a "flunkie". The clown's catchphrase was (in a very unemotional voice) "yeah, it's a real panic."
Joker is mentally unstable and has two scars extending his mouth line.
Held up Will, Carlton & Uncle Phil
From the animated film series from the silent movie era.
He is the long-time clown host of Bart and Lisa's favorite TV show. He peddles an endless supply of sub-par merchandise from 'Krusty's Vita-Glo Radiant Spring Water' and 'Krusty Non-Toxic Kologne' to 'Krusty-Brand Home Pregnancy Test ("May cause birth defects")' and 'Krusty's Legal Forms ("Hey, Hey! They're Binding!")'
Krusty's original sidekick who suffers years of humilation and frustration as the butt of constant jokes and pranks. He swears an oath of eternal vengence against Bart Simpson who foils his attempt to frame Krusty for robbery.
Krusty's replacement sidekick after Sideshow Bob turns evil and tries to frame Krusty for armed robbery. Long-suffering Mel is quiet, well spoken and uncomplaining.
The hunchback clown in the opera
"Alas poor Yorick" A court jester
Alter ego of insult comedian Roger Black.
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