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Meet Me at the Fair (Universal-International) spins a plot that is as insubstantial and as highly colored as cotton candy. It is a sentimental tale of a runaway orphan (Chet Allen), a singing medicine man (Dan Dailey) and a beautiful welfare worker (Diana Lynn). By the time the picture has run its course, the medicine man and welfare worker, who are about to be married, have adopted the orphan and his dog, and have also put to rout a pack of crooked politicians responsible for lamentable conditions at the orphanage. Spotting this confection at intervals are some pleasant old songs, e.g.,...

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