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BeachCat
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I don't know if any of you recall Earl Chaney (former clown) but he owned a magic store in Vegas that was off the strip. McBride had filmed many of his instructional material there and it was quite a great place to meet up.
There was someone who was making enormous shoes for clowns and mascots. Don't know who it was but I'm sure they sold them elsewhere too.

Does anyone know who this was?
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Earl Chaney measured me and ordered my first clown shoes for me when I visited his store years ago.

He was the first "professional" clown that I have ever met, and talking to him was an inspiration.
Years later it was 2001, I attended my first clown convention and while I was walking through the hotel in costume, I was stopped by a gentleman who pointed to my shoes and said I made them. Since then I have become friends with the shoe maker, John Spear. John will be at Clownfest in September (lancaster PA) come meet him along with many other vendors.

Here is Johns web site www.spearshoes.com
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I moved to Vegas as Earl was unfortunately going out of business. He had a great shop and was very helpful. He gave me a personal tour of his Ronald McDonald and side show collection for which I am very grateful.
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