Acrobats

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Americans at the turn of the century lacked many things, but they had some amazing live entertainment. Here’s a snip of a performance courtesy of Edison Studios, 1904. These guys rock. I have watched them dozens of times now and I still find them amazing.

Enjoy!

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One Response to Acrobats

  1. doug mason says:

    Un-un-un-believable! Thanks!

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