a way that reinforces the stereotypes. A true oddity, "It's a Small World" isn't as dismissive as, say, Tod Browning's "Freaks," but it's certainly exploitation, if fairly inoffensive. You can be forgiven for laughing; after all, the end shot must be seen to be believed. At barely more than an hour, the picture is as abbreviated as its subject.
You can only get this as a burn-on-demand Warner Archive release. There are no extras, but be glad you can see it at all, and with a sharp picture at that. "?Rod Lott