|Cast||Leo Donnelly James E. Marvin|
|Plot||In 'Robert L. Ripley' (qv)'s absence, 'Leo Donnelly' acts as the guide to the world of "believe it or not"s from around the world. A group of people in the Philippines are moving a house, foundation and all, six miles, by carrying it on their backs, with the family still inside the house. A one arm boat builder demonstrates the water crafts he has devised for his disability. A junk in China is being propelled by those aboard who are walking on the junk's treadmill propeller. Dwarf trees in Japan are shown, some as old as 700 hundred years. Also in Japan, Japanese chickens are shown with tail feathers measuring up to twenty-five feet in length. A sundial in Manila is the world's largest at 30 feet in height and 65 feet in length. A group of church goers in Luxembourg are dancing - closer to bouncing - as a ritual toward good health. Livestock with unusual physical attributes are shown. Tree limbs are displayed in Tacoma, Washington that form an alphabet. The world's largest collection of the smallest books is shown. And the largest set of footprints is displayed outside of Graumann's Chinese Theater.... search for Believe It or Not (Second Series) #12 on IMDb|
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