Meet Me at the Fair is a 1953 American musical film directed by Douglas Sirk and starring Dan Dailey, Diana Lynn and Hugh O'Brian. Produced and distributed by Universal Pictures, it was shot in technicolor.
|Meet Me at the Fair|
|Directed by||Douglas Sirk|
|Screenplay by||Irving Wallace|
|Based on||The Great Companions by Gene Markey|
|Produced by||Albert J. Cohen|
|Starring||Dan Dailey |
|Edited by||Russell F. Schoengarth|
|Music by||Joseph Gershenson|
|Distributed by||Universal-International Pictures|
|Box office||$1.3 million (US rentals)|
A boy named Tad flees from the orphanage and is given a ride by Doc Tilbee, a man with a traveling medicine show. Meanwhile, Zerelda King is assigned to look into possible illegal and unethical activity at an orphanage, which may or may not involve her fiancé.