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DAREDEVIL O'DARE

Simpleton farmboy Elmer runs away from home to join the circus after taking a mail order course in acrobatics. Joining the Gilberti Circus, he becomes infatuated with the owner's daughter. This angers the circus' egotistical star, who sets out to sabotage Elmer's performances. Shemp costars as a circus barker who takes Elmer under his wing.



Shemp was paid $250 for this supporting role.

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Featuring
Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
August 11, 1934
Studio
Vitaphone
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
17.8 min.
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Prod. No.:   1683-1684
Shooting Days:   4 days   From: 1934-02-09   To: 1934-02-13

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"DARE DEVIL O'DARE:" SAMUEL HORWITZ SOLO SHORT: RELEASED ON: AUGUST 11, 1934:


CAST MEMBERS NAMES AND THEIR ROLES:

BENJAMIN BLUE........ELMER O'DARE
VICKI CUMMINGS........LAURA GILBERTÉ
SAMUEL HORWITZ........BUTCH {CIRCUS BARKER}
MAUDE ODELL........MA O'DARE
JOSEPH VITALE........KOVACK TOMAR
MILTON FROMÉ........CIRCUS OWNER
OWEN MARTIN........ONEY {NUMBERS HUSTLER}


We open "DARE DEVIL O'DARE" where we see Ma O'Dare setting the dining table for supper as Pa O'Dare is sitting there wearing a set of spectacles and reading his evening newspaper as they are now looking up at the ceiling with looks of bewilderment on their faces as we are now hearing a bunch of ruckus taking place from Elmer O'Dare's bedroom quarters.

PA O'DARE to MA O'DARE: (As he is sitting there holding his evening newspaper and is looking at her with a dazed look on his face as he is saying to her in a mad tone of voice): "What's that Half-Wit up to now?"

MA O'DARE to PA O'DARE: (As she is now placing some dishware on the table and is looking at him with a look of worry as she is saying to him in a carrying tone of voice): "I don't know, but ever since that circus played here, Elmer hasn't been the same."

We are now in Elmer O'Dare's bedroom quarters where we see Elmer with a mischievous smile on his face and his arms spread wide in the aire dressed in knee length black stockings, a wide brimed hat and a ladies white tu-tu style of a dress as he is now completing a balancing act on top of a tiny toy rocking horse. Elmer has now jumped off of the toy rocking horse with a huge smile on his face as he has now clicked his heels together and is now running slightly loosing his balance in a partial circle around his room doing a skip style of a dance as he is smiling happily and is saying "Weeeee" as he is now once again approaching the tiny toy rocking horse and this time he has now tripped over it and has knocked the horse over and has landed flat on his back on his floor.

We are now back in the dining room quarters where Ma O'Dare is completing setting the supper table and is looking at Pa O'Dare with a worried look on her face as Pa O'Dare is still holding his evening newspaper and with his spectacles on is looking back at Ma O'Dare with a perplexed look on his face.

MA O'DARE to PA O'DARE: (As she is saying to him in a worried tone of voice and a worried look on her face): "You oughta talk to him Pa, I'm worried!"

PA O'DARE to MA O'DARE: (As he is looking at her with a hurtful look on his face as he is saying to her in a worried tone of voice): "So am I Ma, his school teacher told me he played hookey yesterday!"

MA O' DARE to PA O'DARE: (As she ins now placing some nourishment on the table and is looking at him with a scared look on her face as she is now saying to him in a worried tone of voice): "That's strange, Elmer has not done that in sixteen years!"

PA O'DARE to MA O'DARE: (As he has now placed down his evening newspaper and has placed his spectacles down on the table as he now has a worried look on his face and is stating to her in a worried tone of voice): "I guess that last spanking I gave him didn't make a impression!"

All the while that Ma and Pa O'Dare were at the dining table talking about Elmer we heard coming from Elmer's bedroom quarters alot of of loud ruckus as Elmer was practicing alot of different circus related acrobatic acts.

PA O'DARE to ELMER: (As Pa O'Dare is now pushing his chair back from the table and is removing his belt from his trousers and is placing it on the table as he is now yelling to Elmer throught the ceiling in a mean tone of voice): "Elmer, if you don't come down to supper right away, I'll spank you with an inch of your life!"

As Pa O'Dare was yelling at Elmer through the ceiling we now see Elmer standing on top of the toy rocking horse still dressed in his tu-tu, black knee length stockings and his hat as he is now supporting a worried look on his face as he is now taking off his tu-tu and is putting on a suit and tie in a state of worry.

ELMER O'DARE to PA O'DARE: (As Elmer is shouting at him in a worried voice through the ceiling): "Aaaah, all right Pa, I'll be right down!"

We now see Elmer waltzing into the dining room quarters with a sheepish look on his face as he is now trying to fold his arms as he is now twirling them six times in circles hard to cross them as he has now waved his hands and has looked at them with a dumbfounded look on his face as he is now placing them on the top of his hat.

PA O'DARE to ELMER O'DARE: (As Pa O'Dare is sitting in his chair with a really evil look on his face as he is shouting at Elmer with a low and wicked tone of voice): "Your School Marm told me you played hookey yesterday, do you know what that means?"

As Elmer was getting reprimanded by Pa he was standing there holding his hands with a really hurtful look on his face as he has nodded his head in agreement. Elmer has now twirled around and has gotten down on his kness and has bent over with a really hurtful look on his face with his keester pointing at Pa.

PA O'DARE to ELMER O'DARE: (As he is now still in his chair and is yelling at Elmer in a mean tone of voice): "Where are your manners, take off your hat before you get spanked."

We now see Elmer slowly removing his hat with a really hurtful look on his face as Pa now has his belt in his hand and an evil look on his face as he is now commencing to whip Elmer on the keester with it.

MA O'DARE to PA O'DARE: (As she is now putting up her hand in the stop position as she is shouting at him and in interupting him at spanking Elmer): "Pa!"

PA O'DARE to MA O'DARE: (As he is now lowering his belt and is looking at her with a worried look on his face as he is saying to her in a carrying tone of voice): "What's the matter?"

MA O'DARE to PA O'DARE: (As she is looking at him with a mad look on her face as she is saying to him in a mad tone of voice): "That's the new belt that Aunt Sophie gave you for Christmas!"

PA O'DARE to MA O'DARE: (As he now has a look of bewilderment on his face as he is saying to her in an apologetic tone of voice as he is now placing his belt down on the dining table): "So it is, I forgot all about it!"

Ma and Pa O'Dare are now sitting at the dining table with really hurtful looks on their faces as Elmer is still on his knees with his keester pointed at Pa as Pa now whacks his keester hard with his hand and is now yelling 'Oooowh, oooowh, oooowh, oooowh,' in pain from whacking Elmer. As he is now rubbing his sore hand with his other hand and has a painful look on his face.

We now see Pa O'Dare picking up a cooking skillet that Elmer has made with Elmer's hand imprint on the bottom of it as Pa now flinches and tosses the skillet across the living room quarters as he now pushes Elmer and sends Elmer flying flat on his stomach on the floor.

PA O'DARE to ELMER O'DARE: (As Elmer is laying on the floor with a hurtful look on his face as he is now in the process of standing up as Pa is standing there with a hurtful look on his face as he is now using a wicked tone of voice rifling very mean and hurtful insults to poor Elmer): "You idiot, you knumbskull, you haven't got any brains and you will never have any brains and that goes for your father too!"

We now see Elmer standing there with a look of mischief on his face as he is laughing at his father with a low mischievous voice as he is now brushing his fingers in the sign of 'shame, shame on you'.

PA O'DARE to ELMER O'DARE: (As Pa is looking at Elmer with a mean look on his face as he is pointing a finger in the direction of Elmer's bedroom quarters and is yelling at him in a really mean and hurtful tone of voice): "Making fun of your father, ehy? Well, just for that you'll go to bed with out your supper, go on, get out of here, get, get!"

We now see Elmer with his head hanging low and a look of hurt on his face as he is now slowly and hurtfully slue footing it off to his bedroom quarters. Elmer has now done a skip as he is picking up his step as he is swaying from side to side and has raised his arms in a state of 'oh well, I don't care'.

Elmer is now on the first step of the stairwell to his bedroom quarters as he is now patting the stairwell bannister railing as he is looking at Pa with a hurtful but yet apologetic look on his face as Pa is now charging after him stomping his foot in anger like a deranged bull as Elmer now is high tailing it at full speed up the stairwell to his bedroom quarters.

Elmer is now in his bedroom quarters as he has rubbed his hands on his suit jacket and is now opening the top drawer of his Bureau with a really sad and hurtful look on his face. We now see inside of the top bureau drawer memories from when he was an infant. Several different stuffed animals. He is now crying hard as he has now taken his first pair of shoes from the bureau drawer as he has given them a hug and then kissed them and has placed them into his left suit jacket pocket. He also has taken out a diaper and has made a hand motion to support a tiny sized person as he now is crying deeply and has blown his nose on the diaper and has kissed it and placed it back in the bureau drawer and has now closed it.

He now notices sitting on a table next to his bureau a rocket shaped rattle as he is now picking it up and is shaking it as he is still crying and he is now looking at it with a sad look on his face and is slightly remembering his infant days with it as he is now placing it into his right suit jacket pocket. Elmer has now twirled around as he is now tearing a note off of a note tablet. Elmer has now placed the note on his night stand table that reads as follows:

Dear Ma:

I kant get along
with yure husband
eny longer.

YURE LUNUAS SON:
Elmer

Elmer is now tearing off of his walls wall covering of circus people as we now see a cupboard style of a door that leads to an outside window. Elmer is now picking up a piece of rope with rocks attached to it as he is now placing it on a window seat. He has now picked up a 'Hobo's Pack,' {A small bundle of his belongings tied to a stick}. Elmer has now slung it over his shoulder and has now walked over to the window and has tossed it out and it goes crashing down into a flower bedding below as he has flinched a tad as he is watching it go crashing into the flower bedding. He is now tieing the rope of rocks around his left ankle. He is now giving his bedroom quarters one last and final sade farewell look as he has now tossed the rope of rocks out of the window as the rocks are now getting closer to the ground it is becoming more and more taunt around his ankle as he is now being pulled out of the window backwards and he is yelling in pain as he is falling fastly to the ground, 'aaaah-whoa, aaaah-whoa, aaaah-whoa, aaaah-whoa'.

We are now at the Circus where we see a wagon that reads as follows:

GILBERTÉ
CIRCUS

We now see two gentlemen standing in front of the circus wagon one is dressed in an 1800's style sheriff suit with a long style of a bow tie, plaid vest and a cowboy style of a hat with black shoes and a pocket watch. He is standing there slightly hunched over with his left foot on the second rung of a four rung ladder. The other gentleman is dressed in a pair of black trousers with a white suit shirt with the sleeves cuffed up to his elbows as he is wearing a wrist watch and is standing there with his arms folded and is leaning against the wagon.

CIRCUS OWNER to MR. KOVACK TOMAR: (As the suit dude is looking at Mr. Tomar with an ugly look on his face and is shouting to him in a mean tone of voice): "If my daughter doesn't wnat to marry you Kovack, that's her affair. I've catered to you in every possible way, but my child's happiness comes first!"

MR. KOVACK TOMAR to the CIRCUS OWNER: (As he is still standing there with his arms folded as he is shouting to him in a thick French accent as he is now pointing at the wagon and then slaps himself on his chest says): "Yeah, but where would the 'Gilberté Circus' be without the great Kovack? In the sheriff's office!"

CIRCUS OWNER to MR. KOVACK TOMAR: (As he is looking at him with a really wicked look on his face as he is now shouting at him in a loud and evil tone of voice): "I know you're the only attraction I've got, and you know it too. That's the trouble, and you take too much advantage ot it!"

MR. KOVACK TOMAR to the CIRCUS OWNER: (As Mr. Tomar is standing there looking at the Circus Owner with a really wicked look on his face as he is now threatening him in a really evil tone of voice): "Unless Laura marry's me, I'm through!"

CIRCUS OWNER to MR. KOVACK TOMAR: (As he is looking at him with a really evil look on his face as he is shouting at him in a really mean tone of voice): "As you say, Kovack, but it's up to her!"

We now see the Circus Owner exiting away as we are now seeing Butch, {The Circus Barker}, dressed in a Barber Shoppe quartette style of a suit as he is tieing a support rope to a tent stake.

We now see Elmer gingerly approaching Butch in a slightly scared manner.

ELMER O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Elmer has now over come his state of fear and is tapping Butch on the shoulder with his cane as he is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "Hiya, brother artist!"

BUTCH to ELMER O'DARE: (As Butch gives him a quick and polite smile as he waves his hand at him politely and saying to him in a polite ton of voice as he has now returned to staking up the tent): "Oh, yeah!"

ELMER O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Elmer is standing there with a look of devilment on his face as he is waving his cane at the tent and says to him in a devious tone of voice): "Sorta of a circus you here, hunh?"

BUTCH to ELMER O'DARE: (As he is now looking at Elmer with a mischievous look on his face as he is saying back to him in a sarcastic tone of voice): "Well no, this is a Clam Bake!"

ELMER O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Elmer is looking at him with a mischievous smile on his face as he is waving his cane in the aire and is saying to him in a sarcastic tone of voice): "A what?"

BUTCH to ELMER O'DARE: (As Butch is bust at staking up his tent and is looking at Elmer with a mean look and is saying to him in a mean tone of voice): "Forget it!"

ELMER O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Elmer is standing there with a look of pride on his face as he is saying to him in a proudful tone of voice as he is now promoting himself with pride): "Yeah, yeah, I'm sort of a performer myself!"

BUTCH to ELMER O'DARE: (As he is now becoming more intersted in Elmer as he is looking at Elmer with a mischievous smile on his face as he is saying to him in an interested tone of voice): "Yeah!?"

Elmer has now completly twisted his right arm in two complete circles as he was twirling his cane like a baton.

BUTCH to ELMER O'DARE: (As Butch is looking at him polietly and is saying to him in a half-hearted voice of interest as he is now back to his tent staking chore): "Okay, okay!"

ELMER O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Elmer is reaching into his top inside suit jacket pocket and is removing a slip of paper from the pocket says to him in a proudful tone of voice): "Yeah, here's my card!"

We now see Elmer handing Butch his card in a state of pride as Butch is now reading it with a look of bewilderment on his face:

DARE DEVIL O'DARE
BARE BACK RIDING MY SPECIALTY
TRAPEZE ARTIST DE LUXE
AND
WILD ANIMALS MY MEAT

BUTCH to ELMER O'DARE: (As he now has a gleeful look on his face as he is saying to Elmer in a mischievous tone of voice): "Oh, a sissy!"

ELMER O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Elmer is now putting his business card back into his pocket as he is laughing half-heartedly as he has a devious look on his face as he is asking Butch in a sarcastic tone of voice): "Yes, say do you own the circus?"

BUTCH to ELMER O'DARE: (As he is standing there with his hands on his waist and a devilish look on his face as he is answering Elmer in a mischievous tone of voice): "Well yes, do you want to buy it?"

ELMER O'DARE to BUTCH: (As he is now standing there in a state of pride as he is swaying from side to side and is saying to Butch is a serious tone of voice): "Well, I only have around twenty dollars, hunha, what I want is a job!"

BUTCH to ELMER O'DARE: (As he is now happily patting Elmer on his shoudler and is smiling at him happily and says to to him in a really happy tone of voice): "Well brother, with twenty dollars, you got a job. Come in and see a pal of mine!"

We now see Butch and Elmer running together in happiness as they are now entering a tent where we see a gentleman standing at a table with wooden blocks that are individually numbered zero through nine.

ELMER O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Elmer now has a look of contentment on his face as he is saying to Butch in a polite tone of voice): "Thanks!"

BUTCH to ELMER O'DARE: (As they are now have entered the tent and he is saying to ELmer in a really happy tone of voice): "You can go right to work, shall we, just take it easy!"

ELMER O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Elmer is smiling at him joyfully as he is standing in the tent happily says to him): "Thank-You!"

We are now in the tent witha close-up of the gentleman and his table of numbered blocks as Butch is now in the process of introducing him to Elmer.

BUTCH to ONEY: (As he is using a polite tone of voice and is pointing a finger at Elmer): "Oney!?"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is now looking up from his numbered blocks and is looking at him with a blank stare): "Yep!"

BUTCH to ONEY: (As he is now looking at Oney with a devious look on his face as is using a polite tone of voice): "I want you to meet Devil!"

ELMER to ONEY: (As Elmer is looking at Oney with a look of pride on his face as he is pointing a finger at Oney and is using a proud tone of voice): "O'Dare!"

BUTCH to ONEY: (As he is standing there with a look of puzzlement on his face as he is now huckstering Elmer): "Yes, Dare Devil O'Dare, the one man circus!"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is looking at him with a look of disbelief on his face as he is saying to him in a voice of wonderment): "NO!?"

BUTCH to ONEY: (As he is looking at Oney with a devilish look on his face as he is saying to him in a devious tone of voice): "YES!"

We now see Oney looking at Dare Devil O'Dare with a look of dumbfoudedness on his face as Dare Devil O'Dare is looking back at him with a mischievous look of pride.BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is now introducing the tow of them as he is standing there with a hand on Oney's shoulder and is using a proud tone of voice): "This in Oney, the greatest mind reader in the country!"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is looking at him polietly and is using a politer tone of voice): "How are ya?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to ONEY: (As he is standing there looking at the ground slightly embarrassed as he is saying to Oney in a mischievous tone of voice): "Sorta mind reader myself!"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is looking at him with a dazed look on his face as he is saying to him in a wirey tone of voice): "What do you know about that!"

BUTCH to ONEY: (As Butch is standing there with his hands in his trousers pockets and has a puzzled look on his face as he is saying in a mischievous tone of voice): "He, didn't, {click, click}!"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is now pointing a finger at him with a devious look on his face as he is saying mischievously): "I can go you one better than that, see those numbers there? I can let you blindfold me turn my back and you touch any number on the table and I'll be ablet to tell you what number you touched!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to ONEY: (As he is looking at him with a dazed look on his face as he is using hand gestures to support himself as he is using a split tone of voice): "Ha, let me figure this out, unha, I touch, and aaah, you turn and I blindfold, and uh, the number?"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Oney is standing there with his hands in his trousers pockets as he has a serious look on his face as he is saying in a serious tone of voice): "RIGHT!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare standing there pulling on the lapel of his suit jacket as he has a surprised look on his face.

BUTCH to ONEY: (As he is reaching into his pocket and is taking out his money roll and has a sarcastic look on his face as he is saying to him in a voice of disbelief): "I don't believe it, I got a dollar that says you can't do it!"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is now removing a dollar from his money roll and has a mischievous look on his face as he is saying in a sarcastic tone of voice): "All right, get it up!"

BUTCH to ONEY: (As they are now matching dollars and he has a devious look on his face as he is saying to him in a sarcastic tone of voice): "Why certainly, you can't bluff me!"

We now see Butch nudging Oney in a state of cheating as he is looking at Oney with a cheating look on his face and has slipped Oney a 'Tener'. Oney is now looking back at him also with a look of cheating on his face as he has secretly stuck the ten spot into his trousers pocket to be guaranteed to cheat poor Dare Devil O'Dare.

BUTCH to ONEY: (As he is now placing his dollar on the table and is saying in a devious tone of voice): "Here's my dollar! And here is a chance for you to pick-up some easy dough!" {Here we see Butch looking at Dare Devil O'Dare with a mischievous look on his face}.

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As he is looking at him with a dazed look on his face as he is asking Butch in a questionable and slightly worried tone of voice): "Do you really think he can't do it?"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is standing there with a look of nastiness on his face as he is saying to him in a sarcastic tone of voice): "It's impossible, figure it out for yourself!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare standing there with his eyes shut as he has a smile of wonderment on his face as he is now putting his fingers up to his head in a heavy state of thought.

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH and ONEY: (As he has now seen the light bulb go off in his head as he now has a happy look on his face as he has now snapped his fingers and states): "Impossible, just a minute, I'll bet a dollar too!"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Oney is standing there with his hands in his trousers pockets and a happy look on his face as he is stating to him gleefully): "Good!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare placing his dollar bet on the table with a really happy look on his face.

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is holding the blindfold and has a devilish look on his face as he is saying in a mischievous tone of voice): "And now to show you that everything's on the up and up, I'm going to let you blindfold me!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to ONEY: (As he is now taking the blindfold from him with a look of happiness on his face as he is saying in a questionable tone of voice): "Haaa, let me see that. I once saw a hankie with a hole in it!"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is smiling sheepishly and is saying to him in a sheepish tone of voice): "NO!?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to ONEY: (As he is standing there with a perplexed look on his face as he is waving the hankie to and from and is thoroughly inspecting if for holes): "Yeah-sum!"

As Dare Devil O'Dare is insepcting the hankie we see both Oney and Butch looking at him with looks of wonderment on their faces.

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is looking at him with a happy look on his face and is using a questionable tone of voice): "Okay!?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to ONEY: (As he is now placing the blindfold over Oney's eyes and is saying in a serious tone of voice): "Yeah, fine!"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is turning hs back to him and is smiling deviously as he is saying to him in devilish tone of voice as Dare Devil is now placing the blindfold on his eyes): "There you are!"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is now taking hold of Oney's arms and is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "I'll brace him, go ahead!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to ONEY: (As he is standing there securly tieing the blindfold over his eyes with a look of happiness on his face as he is saying in a serious tone of voice): "There, we are!"

We now see Oney blindfolded and his back to his numbered blocks as Dare Devil O'Dare is standing there with a look of wonderment on his face as Butch is standing there with a sarcastic look on his face.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is waving his finger at the blocks and is saying to him in a sarcastic tone of voice): "Go ahead, you touch the number!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As he is bending forwards looking at him with a bewildered look on his face as he is asking him in a questionable tone of voice): "Yeah, should I touch them, or wait?"

We now see Butch extending a hand forward to Dare Devil O'Dare as he is now pointing a finger at his ear as a sign to be quiet as so Oney cannot hear him.

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare has now put a hand over his mouth and is waving his hand in a sign of don't worry as he now has a look of glee on his face as he is saying to Butch in a voice of mischief): Oh, sorry, he can't hear me, I got that thing on very tight."

Butch has now waved a finger at the numbered wooden blocks as Dare Devil O'Dare is standing there clasping his hands in a state of glee as he has a very determined look on his face as he is deciding what number to choose. We now see Dare Devil O'Dare joyfully extending forward the number four block.

BUTCH to ONEY: (As he is standing there with his arms folded and a devious look on his face as he is saying to him a sarcastic tone of voice): "Okay!"

As Dare Devil O'Dare has now happily chosen his number he is now standing there grining from ear to ear in happiness with his arms folded.

ONEY to BUTCH and DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he still has his back to the table full of numbered wooden blocks and says to them in a serious tone of voice): "Just a minute now boys, while I concentrate. Now you have to answer a few questions): "Was the number you touched odd or even?"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare happily counting on his fingers as Butch is standing there waving his hand and smiling at him happily.

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to ONEY: (As he is happily responding to his question): "Even!"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Oney is now standing there playing the 'Numbers Eliminations Game' with Mr. O'Dare as he is now pulling a fast one over him): "Is it between one and three?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to ONEY: (As he is not catching onto Oney and his 'Numbers Eliminations Game' is standing there with his hand on his hat and a devilish look on his face as he is saying in a really sarcastic tone of voice): "Henha, nope!"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is once again pulling another fast one over Mr. O'Dare at his 'Numbers Eliminations Game', now asks him in a mischievous tone of voice): "Between three and five?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to ONEY: (As he is now gazzing into space with a dazed look on his face as he has his hands clasped together says in a spacey tone of voice): "Yeah!"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he has now completed his fast trick over Dare Devil O'Dare at the completion of his 'Numbers Eliminations Game', says as he now snaps his fingers): "F-O-U-R!"

BUTCH to ONEY: (As Butch now snaps his fingers and says in a gleeful tone of voice): "R-I-G-H-T!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare standing there starring at the wooden numbered blocks with a really perplexed look on his face as he is trying to figure out how in the world Oney came upon his number as we see Butch with a devious and mischievous look on his face as he is now removing the blindfold from Oney's eyes and is turning him forwards as Oney is now smiling from ear to ear in a state of mischievous and cheating joy as he is now pocketing his dough.

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare is now standing there with a glazed look on his face as he is asking Butch in a questionable and worried tone of voice): "Hey, wonder how he does it?"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE and BUTCH: (As he has a look of devious glee on his face and is saying in a happy tone of voice as he is now picking up his three buckaroonies winnings and is now exiting): "Well, boys, thanks for the contribution!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare standing there with a look of puzzlement on his face as he is smiling sheepisly and is scratching his head as he is still trying to figure out how Oney won the dough.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch now has a hand on Mr. O'Dares arm as a sign of carryingness as he is looking at Mr. O'Dare with a look of madness on his face as he is stating to him in a hurtful tone of voice): "Hey, come here, I hate to tell you this, but we've been stuck!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare is standing there with a dazed look on his face as he is saying to him in a questionable tone of voice): "What do you mean?"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is looking at Mr. O'Dare mischievously as he is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "That guy's a crook!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As he is now in a state of panic as he is holding onto his hat and is saying to him in a panicking tone of voice): "Should we call the Police?"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is standing there holding Mr. O'Dare's arm in a state of carryingness as he is saying to him in a carrying tone of voice): "No, we can beat him at his own game. 'What's sauce for the goose, is sauce for the gander'. I'll get him back in here and tell him you can do the same thing!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare is looking at him with a scared look on his face as he is saying to him in a worried tone of voice): "Oh, but I couldn't do that?"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is standing there with his hands in his trousers pockets and a look of mischief on his face as he is saying to him in a serious tone of voice): "Why yes you can, I'll stand along side of ya, I'll watch the number her touches and I'll pat ya so many times!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As he is now rubbing his hands together in a state of madness as he has a lool of devilment on his face as he is saying to Butch in a mad tone of voice): "Oh, but, that's, that's cheating!"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is standing there holding onto his suit lapels with a sarcastic look on his face and his saying to him madly): "Don't you want to get your money back?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare is now standing there in a dazed state as he is swaying his to and fro and is using a mischievous tone of voice): "WELL!?"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is patting himself on his chest with a look of mischief on his face as he is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "Leave it to me, will ya?"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare standing there fixing his hat with a huge look of mischief on his face as Butch is now getting ready to call Oney back in a mad state.

BUTCH to ONEY: (As he is looking at Oney with a sarcastic look on his face as he is calling him back in a sarcastic tone of voice as Butch is using hand gestures to support come here): "Hey, wiseguy!?"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is saying to him in a voice of mischief): "YEP!"

BUTCH to ONEY: (As Butch is holding his suit jacket lapels with a mischievous look on his face as he is saying to Oney in a sarcastic tone of voice): "You evidentially don't realize who this chump is!"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is looking at Butch in a dazed state and is using a questionable tone of voice): "NO!?"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare standing there with a devious look of mischief on his face.

BUTCH to ONEY: (As Butch is now in a full blown state of devious mischief): "He can, claims he can do the same thing that you did!"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is now placing a ten spot on the table and says to Butch in a really mad tone of voice and with a mad look on his face): "This says he can't!"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is pointing at the ten spot on the table and is saying to him in a sarcastic tone of voice): "Cover it!"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is so positive that Dare Devil O'Dare is going to lose he places another ten spot on the table in a full blown state of mischief): "There you are!"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is standing there with a mad look on his face as he is shouting to Mr. O'Dare in a mad and mischievous tone of voice): "Cover it!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare in a full blown state of mischief as he is now placing his hat over the pile of dough.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is picking up Mr. O'Dare's hat and has an evil look on his face as he is saying to him in a mad tone of voice as he is now putting Mr. O'Dare's hat back on his head): "Not with a hat, put this hat on!"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is looking at Mr. O'Dare with a puzzled look on his face as he is pointing at his moeny roll and is asking him in a sarcastic tone of voice): "How much money do you got in that banque?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare is now standing there with a look of wonderment on his face as he is answering him in a serious tone of voice): "Eighteen and seventy-six cents!"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is standing there with a really devilish look on his face and says to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "Put it up!"

We now see Mr. O'Dare smiling happily as he is now placing the remainding portion of his dough on the table as Oney is standing there with a dazed look on his face as Butch is standing there smiling mischievously.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is standing smiling mischievously and says in a mischievous tone of voice as he has now snapped his fingers): "I wish I had my mother's pocketbook here, this is a cinch!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare is smiling at Butch happily and is pointing a finger at him in a state of glee says to Butch joyfully): "Say, with you system, we can't lose. I'll be able to get some new cards printed!"

ONEY to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Oney is laughing with Mr. O'Dare with a mischievous laugh and is now saying to Mr. O'Dare in a mischievous tone of voice): "Cards, haaa, haaa, haaa, haaa. All right Mr. O'Dare, turn your back so I can touch a number!"

As Mr. O'Dare is now turning his back to the Con-Artist Oney. We now see Butch looking at Mr. O'Dare devilishly as he is patting Mr. O'Dare on his back in a reassuring state.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is looking at Mr. O'Dare with a carrying look on his face as he is stating to him in a reassuring voice): "I'm lookin' out for ya!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare has now turned his back and is saying in a serious tone of voice): "Thanks!"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is supporting a devilish look on his face and is using a devilish tone of voice): "YEAH!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare is smiling at him happily and is saying to Butch in a gleeful tone of voice): "Unha!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare with his back turned and a mischievous look on his face as Butch is standing there with his hands in his trousers pockets and a devilish look on his face as we now see Oney touching two numbered blocks in a cheating state the numbers zero and three.

We now see Oney with his numbers picks of three and zero as we see Dare Devil O'Dare waving a hand behind himself at Butch for his cue at the number{s} that Oney has now chosen as we see both Oney and Butch standing there laughing loudly in a state of mischief.

We now see Butch nudging Oney in a state of mischief as the two of them are now laughing mischievously at the numbers he has chosen because there is no way that Mr. O'Dare will be able to guess them. Dare Devil O'Dare is now frantically waving a hand behind himself to get Butch to give him the answer. Butch is now looking at Oney mischievously.

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is looking at Butch and laughing with him mischievously says as he is pointing a finger at the number blocks as Butch is trying to disorientate Mr. O'Dare): "Now, was it the number two?"

Butch and Oney are now standing there laughing so hard that they almost busted a gutt in devilment as poor Mr. O'Dare is waving a hand in a state of panic as he ins now wanting the number answer big time.

BUTCH to ONEY: (As Butch is now looking at Oney in a really mischievous state as he has his hands on Oney's shoulders and say to him in a mischievous laugh): "Shall I let him have it?"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney and Butch are now in their state of devious mischievous behaviour says): "Give it to him good!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare still standing there waiting for the number answer with his back turned as Oney is standing there with a mischievous smile on his face as he is laughing loudly in mischief as Butch is standing there in a state of mischief also as Butch is now giving Mr. O'Dare a swift boot in his keester.

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH and ONEY: (As Mr. O'Dare is saying to them in a state of slight hurtful mischief after being booted in his keester): "Oh, right!"

We now see Oney getting disgusted with the whole shenanigans as he is waving his hands at them in a state of disgust as Dare Devil O'Dare and Butch are watching him exit away as they are looking at one another with looks of bewilderment on their faces as Butch is smiling happily at Mr. O'Dare about winning the sixty-six bucks pot.

We are now back at the Circus Wagon where we see the very beautiful Laura Gilberté walking down the stairwell as Mr. Kovack Tomar is standing at the side of the stairwell bowing at her in respect.

MR. KOVACK TOMAR to MISS LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As Mr. Tomar is standing there looking at Laura in respect as he is waving a hand and is saying to her in a serious tone of voice): "Once again, I have the great honour of offering myself to you in marriage!"

LAURA GILBERTÉ to KOVACK TOMAR: (As Laura is still standing on the stairwell looking at Kovack with a hurtful look on her face as she is saying to him in an apologetic voice): "I'm sorry, I don't love you!"

KOVACK TOMAR to LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As Kovack is still standing there with a look of desparate on his face as he is still taking a stab at getting Laura to marry him says to her in a pleading tone of voice): "Aaaah, but the great Kovack will get you!"

We are now back at the numbers block table where we see Butch looking at Mr. O'Dare with a carrying look on his face as Mr. O'Dare is happily counting his winnings.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is looking at him carryingly as he is saying to him in a carrying tone of voice): "You're a pretty regular guy at that, and I think they're looking for some extra help. You'll find Gilberté's wagon right behind the big tent, right back there, see it!?"

All the while that Butch was giving Dare Devil O'Dare directions to Mr. Gilberté's wagon in on direction Dare Devil O'Dare was standing there with a devilish look on his looking at the complete opposite direction.

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare has a look of mischief on his face as he is saying to Butch in a polite tone of voice): "Yeah, well, good-bye!"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is extending his hand out to shake in a state of friendship as Mr. O'Dare is now tipping his hat at Butch in respect as Butch says to him): "So long!"

We now see Butch tipping his hat at Mr. O'Dare as Mr. O'Dare is now extending his hand for a shake of friendship and good-bye. Butch and Mr. O'Dare have now completed six rounds of the hat tipping and hand shaking game.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch has now placed his hat back on his head after the sixth round and has a disdained look on his face as he is saying to Mr. O'Dare mischievously): "Make up your mind, the wagon's right back there, behind the big tent, you'll find it right there, so long, Chummie!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare is looking at Butch with a perplexed look on his face as he is saying to him in a really happy tone of voice): "Yeah, fine!"

We now see Mr. Kovack Tomar grabbing hold of Laura Gilberté against her wishes as he is still trying to get her to marry him as she is struggling to get free.

KOVACK TOMAR to LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As Kovack is standing there using a mean tone of voice as he is saying to her in an evil tone of voice): "I will not take no, I love you!"

We now see Mr. Dare Devil O'Dare on his way to the wagon as he is not watching where he is going he now runs into Mr. Tomar and Miss Gilberté as Mr. O'Dare is now seeing Mr. Tomar holding Miss Gilberté against her wishes and she was not happy as he is now breaking the two of the apart .DARE DEVIL O'DARE to KOVACK TOMAR: (As Mr. O'Dare has pointed a finger at Mr. Tomar in a state of madness as he now has his hands on his waist and is looking at him with an evil look on his face as he is shouting to Mr. Tomar wickedly): "Hey, you shouldn't do that!"

KOVACK TOMAR to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Mr. Tomar has an ugly and evil look on his face as he is now taking Mr. O'Dare's nose betwixt two fingers and hits him hard with his opposite hand): "Is that so!?"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare flinching a tad with pain as he is rubbing his nose as Mr. Tomar is now bending at his waist laughing hysterically at hitting Mr. O'Dare. As Mr. Tomar is now standing up we now see Mr. O'Dare rubbing his nose with his left hand as he now balls up his right hand in a fist as he is now creamating Mr. Tomar a good one right in his kisser sending him to the ground and he has now hit his head hard on the head of an axe as he is now stone cold knocked out.

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As he is standing there with a sheepish look on his face as he is stating to Laura in a sheepish tone of voice): "Oh, that's, nothing!"

LAURA GILBERTÉ to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Laura takes a quick glimpse at the stone cold Mr. Tomar and is now looking at him with a puzzled look on her face as she is asking him in a carrying and questionable tone of voice): "Tell me, how did you ever develope such a powerful arm?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As he is now moving his balled up hands up and down and is looking at her with a sweet smile on his face as he is saying to her in a sweet tone of voice): "Milking cows!"

LAURA GILBERTÉ to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Laura is standing there looking at Mr. O'Dare with a look of thankfulness and love on her face as she is saying to him in loving tone of voice): "You know, you'd make a good acrobat!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As he is now standing there with a slight embarrassed look on his face as he is reaching into his upper inside suit jacket pocket and is taking out his business card and is saying to her in a proudful tone of voice): "Good-Ho!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare looking at the ground in a state of slight embarrassment as we now see Laura Gilberté reading his business card with a serious and carrying look on her face.

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare changing his look of embarrassment to a look of pride as he is standing there holding his hands ans smiling sheepishly as we now hear Laura reading his business card:

1: "BARE BACK RIDING:"
2: "TRAPEZE ARTIST:"
3: "WILD ANIMALS:"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As he is now in a full blown state of pride says to her in a voice of pride as he has raised his arm up and down thrice): "Weight lifting, and magic, and unha, mind reading!"

LAURA GILBERTÉ to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As she is giving him back his business card and is looking at him sweetly as she is saying to him in a sweet tone of voice): "Why, you're just the man my father's looking for. You're practically a one man circus!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As he is standing there with an embarrassed look on his face as he is saying to her in an embarrassed tone of voice): "Oh, well, I don't want to put myself up to be a professional!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare snapping his fingers then folding arms then clapping his hands and doing a slap on the back of his neck then claps his hands again as he does a sideways kick with one leg and then a double-sided kick as he has now lost his balance and goes crashing face forward to the ground.

We are now inside of a room where we see several different circus props leaning against some really filthy and tattered curtains, a six rung stairwell that leads up to a stage that is very dilapidated with the wood rotten right through in spots as we now see a circus hand dressed in a white shirt and trousers of black walking in with Mr. Tomar who is dressed in white Long-Johns and a full length black cape tied around his neck as the the two of them are now evily but yet gingerly toting in a wooden crate of blasting powder sticks that reads "XXX DYNAMITE." As the very jealous and wicked Mr. Tomar in now planting the dynamite case into the stunt canon that Dare Devil O'Dare is going to use for his act. We now see the evil circus hand looking around in all directions making sure that they are not going to be caught in their evil game.

KOVACK TOMAR to the CIRCUS HAND: (As Mr. Tomar is looking at the Circus Hand with a wicked look on his face as he is waving a hand in the aire in madness as he is saying to him in a really wicked tone of voice): "Now, when Dare Devil O'Dare gets shot out of this canon, he's going places! Come on!"

We now see the Circus Hand shaking his head at Mr. Tomar in scaredness as they are now exiting the storage room quarters.

It is now opening day of the circus where we see several thousand spectators milling their way to the entrance gate to purchase their permission coupons and to be able to enter in to enjoy the many different and really odd acts that are being featured.

CIRCUS OWNER to the HUMONGEOUS CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As the Circus Owner is saying in a professional tone of voice as the spectators are now presenting their entrance coupons and taking their perspective seats): "Step right this way folks, and see the greatest show on earth. For only one dollar, over hear, over hear, right this way, hear folks, over hear and right this way!"

We are now inside of the circus where we are being shown and introduced to the many different freaky acts and games that are now taking place.

We now see one spectator taking a hammer and hitting a ball as he is now sending it to the top of numbered pole and is ringing the bell at the top as the Circus Owner is saying: "And, he got a jingle!"

We are now in the line-up of freak acts as a Circus Stage Hand is introducing them to the spectators.

FREAK ACT ONE: "KITTY'S, A WOMAN WITHOUT A TORSO. HEAR AND SEE HER SING 'I AIN'T GOT NO-BODY'!"
{Here we are seeing a really grotesquely lady about in her early forties, fat, wearing a white shirt and a Cleopatre style of a hat. Has a really evil and wicked look on her face as she has her head resting on her right hand and she is twirling her eyes around in complete circles in her eye sockets}:

FREAK ACT TWO: "STEP RIGHT THIS WAY AND SEE PATIMA, SHE SHIVERS, SHE SWIVERS, LIKE JELLY ON A PLATE."
{Here we are now seeing a really hideous looking lady with a slightly deformed face, long dirty brunette coloured hair. Dressed in a white tank style of a shirt with a large economy-sized pair of dark grey shorts on that looks like a humongeous diaper. Close to six foot in height and about 180 pounds. She is doing a Russian style of a dance as she is bent at her knees and is kicking her legs out sideways and then forwards as she is frantically waving her arms at her sides. She now is spinning herself around like a top on one hand}:

FREAK ACT THREE: "AND NOW OUR LIVING MODELS, FIRST, THE BLACKFOOT INDIANS."
{Here we see two rather large sized ladies about five foot four inches tall, 160-170 pounds in weight, standing there with their left legs extended backwards behind themselves with their right hands on their foreheads like they are shading out the sun from their eyes, dressed in Indian Brave suits with one feather in their headbands and their brunette coloured hair in one huge long braid. There is a gentleman betwixt them down on his left knee as his right leg is bent at the knee. He is also dressed in an Indian Brave suit with one feather in his headband. He also has his right hand on his forehead like he is shading the sun from his eyes. They are covered in a white powdery substance to make them look like they were chiseled from concrete as they are standing perfectly still}:

FREAK ACT FOUR: "THE ATTACK."
{Here we see six gentlemen all about five foot six inches in height, weight 180-190 pounds. They are dressed like Gook Soldiers holding onto macheté knives as they are fighting amongst themselves. They are standing in front of twelve sacks of sand perfectly still. They are also covered in a white powdery substance to make them look like they were carved from concrete}.

We now see the Circus Owner standing on a stage dressed in a tuxedoe next to a stunt canon as we see several hundred spectators standing there watching the act with looks of awe on their faces as we are now hearing the Circus Owner saying.

CIRCUS OWNER to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As the Circus Owner is on the stage with a look of joy on his face as he is pivoting from side to side on his feet as he is saying to them in a gleeful tone of voice): "And now, Ladies and Gentlemen, presenting the sensational sensation. Dare Devil O'Dare, will defy death by being shot from the mouth of a canon, loaded with TNT."

We now see the evil and very wicked Mr. Kovack Tomar sitting on a back bleacher style of a bench as he is looking down at the Circus Owner and is saying in a low tone of voice as not to be heard as he is looking at the Circus Owner with a really evil and demented look on his face.

MR. KOVACK TOMAR to the CIRCUS OWNER: (As Mr. Tomar is saying to the Circus Owner in a low evil tone of voice as not to heard with a really demented look on his face): "You're telling me, haaa, haaa, haaa, haaa, haaa, haaa!"

We are now back on the main stage with the tuxedoe dressed Circus Owner and the canon that is in the process of being the "HOME" of Dare Devil O'Dare.

CIRCUS OWNER to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As the Circus Owner is now extending his to hat forward to the spectators as he has a look of joy on his face and is saying in a proudful tone of voice): "Dare Devil O'Dare!"

We now hear the spectators applauding and cheering loudly in agreement as we now see Butch running happily onto the stage as Dare Devil O'Dare is now happily running up the barrel of the stunt canon smiling gleefully at the spectators as he is waving his hat at them in glee. He is now slipping a tad as he is climbing up the canon and has lost his balance and is falling flat on his face.

CIRCUS OWNER to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As we see the Circus Owner waving his top hat at the spectators as we now see Dare Devil

O'Dare standing once again on the canon smiling and waving his hat at the spectators as the Circus Owner is now stating): "And, after being fired two states, he will land safely in yonder net, we hope!" {Here they showed two Circus Hands holding a net that is about five and a half feet squared}. We now see Dare Devil O'Dare once again climbing up the barrel of the stunt canon as he is again clumsily falling off of the front of the canon as he is trying to get in the canon as we are hearing the spectators roaring with laughter. He is now being approached by Butch who is madly trying to help him get inside of the canon.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is now in a state of madness as he is still in the process of helping Dare Devil O'Dare into the canon is saying to him in a low and mad tone of voice): "Get in there, get down there!"

Dare Devil O'Dare has now completly fallen off of the front of the canon flat on his back as we are now once again hearing the spectators roaring with laughter, as we now see Butch helping him up.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As we are now seeing Dare Devil O'Dare getting up with a look of hurt and embarrassement on his face as Butch is looking at him with an ugly look on his face as he is saying to him once again in a low and mean tone of voice): "Say, you should have put a little rock on that thing, ehy, get up there!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare jumping up and grabbing hold of the canon barrel as he is being supported by Butch who has back supporting him as Mr. O'Dare is struggling to get into the canon.

We now got a quick glimpse of the evil and wicked Mr. Kovack Tomar still perched on his bleachers seat with a demented look on his face as he is laughing wickedly at Dare Devil O'Dare having trouble getting into the canon.

Dare Devil O'Dare is now finally inside of the canon as he is still being supported a tad by Butch as he has his head sticking out and is smiling happily at the spectators and is waving his hat at them as he is now completly inside of the canon. As we now see Butch picking up a humongeous-sized plunger as he is now pushing Dare Devil O'Dare into the canon with it to make sure that he is now completly in.

BUTCH to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch has completed plunging Dare Devil O'Dare into the canon and is setting the plunger down with a look of mischief on his face as he is saying mischievously): "Snug as a bug in a rug, we're off!"

Butch is now in the process of lighting the fuse rope on the canon. We now see the spectators standing there holding their ears from the noise of the canon being ignited as they have looks of awe on their faces as we now see Dare Devil O'Dare flying out of the canon. He has now completly missed the safety net as he now goes crashing into the sand sacks of 'FREAK ACT FOUR'.

Dare Devil O'Dare has now sent the exhibit crashing to the ground as we now see the Circus Hands tossing the safety net up in the aire as it is landing on the ground in a state of utter disgust as they are now exiting away in madness. Dare Devil O'Dare is now sitting up dazed and as he is shaking his head in dazement as he is looking around at the spectators in wonderment as he is now standing up with a look of dazed happiness on his face as he is now waving the "GLORIOUS STARS AND STRIPES!" The spectators are once again roaring with laughter.

We are now back stage where we see Butch, Oney, and another member of the circus all standing there with looks of hurt and worry on their faces.

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is asking Butch in a worried and questionable tone of voice): "What'll I do Butch?"

BUTCH to ONEY: (As Butch is standing there with a look mischief on his face as he is waving his arms in madness as he is saying to him in a mad tone of voice): "Go out there and give them a good speal, get a big crowd, Dare Devil O'Dare will be ready in a minute, go ahead and start 'em!"

ONEY to BUTCH: (As Oney is looking at Butch with a worried look on his face as he is saying to Oney in a worried tone of voice): "R-I-G-H-T!"

We now see Butch holding onto a set of stunt handcuffs as Dare Devil O'Dare is standing there dressed in his trousers and leopard sarong as he is looking at Butch with a sheepish smile on his face.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is holding the stunt handcuffs with a mad look on his face as he is saying to him in a mad tone of voice): "That Handcuff King Business is the bunk. Now, when we handcuff you and put you behind the curtains all's you have to do is slip these off your hands like this, see how simple it is? Try it, go ahead!"

We now see Butch watching Dare Devil O'Dare as he is taking a practice run with the stunt handcuffs. Mr. O'Dare has now placed both handcuffls onto his right arm.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is now attentively watching Dare Devil O'Dare practicing with the stunt handcuffs is now saying to him in a mad tone of voice): "No, one on each hand, take them off again!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare taking his second practice run with the stunt handcuffs as Butch is watching him. Mr. O'Dare has now successfully put on cuff per arm as he is standing there with a look of pride on his face as he is now extending his arms towards Butch in pride about his accomplishment.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is smiling at Mr. O'Dare in pride as he is saying to Mr. O'Dare in a happy tone of voice): "That's it, now take 'em off!"

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch has a really happy look on his face and is saying to Mr. O'Dare in a joyful tone of voice about the practice runs with the handcuffs): "That only took you two seconds. I'm gonna give you twenty seconds. And I've got a couple of Cops, hey, come here fellas, come over here!"

We now see two Law Enforcement Officials approaching Butch and Dare Devil O'Dare on the back stage, as we are now seeing Butch, Dare Devil O'Dare and the two Law Enforcement Officials on the stage as Butch is standing there with a look of seriousness on his face as he has one foot propped up on a stepping stool as Dare Devil O'Dare is standing there with a sheepish look on his face as he is scratching the back of head. The two Law Enforcement Officials are standing there in a professional state.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is saying to Mr. O'Dare in a carrying and reassuring tone of voice): "These two guys are going to examine the handcuffs, so you got nothin' to worry about, you understand?"

BUTCH to the TWO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS: (As Butch is looking at them with a slightly mad look on his face as he is saying to them in a rather rude tone of voice and is being slightly dis-respectful): "Get goin', go ahead, get goin', he's spealing out there go ahead!"

We now see Laura Gilberté running up to Dare Devil O'Dare dresses in a beautiful full length white laced tiered gown with a satin sachet belt as she is now approaching Elmer with pride.

LAURA GILBERTÉ to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Laura has a look of love and pride on her face as she is saying to Elmer in a loving and proudful tone of voice): "Oh, Elmer, you are wonderful!"

We are now centred on the stunt handcuffs where we are seeing the jealous, mean, evil, nasty, wicked, low life, scum trash, demon, of a person Mr. Kovack Tomar slithering up to them like an evil Pyhon Snake as he is now exchanging the stunt handcuffs for a set of real ones.

BUTCH to LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As Butch is saying to her in a state of mischievous pride): "Oh, don't be bashful. I'm broad minded, I was in love with a bearded lady once, but she double-crossed me and got a shave, that ended our romance!"

We now see a full take of that jealous, mean, evil, nasy, wicked, low life, scum trash, demon, filthy, good for nothing, no count Python Snake, Mr. Tomar holding the stunt handcuffs as he has a really evil and wicked look on his face about the fact that he has now botched up Dare Devil O'Dare's act as he is hoping to hurt him.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE and LAURA GILBERTÉ: (As Butch is now noticing Laura and Elmer flirting with one another as Butch has now placed his hat on his head and has a look of glee on his face as he is saying to the two love-birds in a mischievous tone of voice about them spooning): "Come on, come on, save that for later, get going, grab your handcuffs, the 'Handcuff King', is now going on, come on, go on, get goin'!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare with a look of love on his face as he is smiling sweetly at Laura and tipping his hat to her in good-bye. Laura has now given him a quick peck on his cheek in a loving good-bye as she is also smiling at him in love and good-bye.

We now see Butch and Dare Devil O'Dare up on the main stage in states of pride as Butch is now introducing Dare Devil O'Dare to the spectators.

BUTCH to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch is standing up on the stage with a serious look on his face as he i saying to them in a rapid paced tone of voice): "And in ordure to prove to you, there's no sham or fraud connected with this great feat, I will like to call upon two Officers of the Law to step up and examine these handcuffs. Any two, any two, well at all, step this way, any two Policemen in the audience."

We now see Four Law Enforcement Officials approaching the stage.

ONE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL to BUTCH: (As he is waving a finger at Butch as he and his Partners all have serious look on their faces as he is saying to Butch in a professional tone of voice): "We're Officers and we will examine the handcuffs."

BUTCH to the FOUR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS: (As Butch is waving his cane at them and is saying to them in a state of mischief): "Oh, empoisinating Officers, is a pretty serious offense."

ONE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL to BUTCH: (As the Policeman is looking at Butch with a mean look on his face as he is now taking the handcuffs from Butch as he is now pushing another one of the Law Enforcement Officials who was in the process of climbing up on the stage says to Butch in a mean tone of voice): "We're Cops, and we will examine the handcuffs!"

BUTCH to the LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS: (As Butch is looking at the two Law Enforcement Officials on the stage and the two on the floor with a mischievous look on his face as he is stating in a voice of mischief): "Any Four Cops in the audience!"

BUTCH to the TWO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS {Standing on the floor}: (As Butch is saying to them in a mad tone of voice and with a mad look on his face as he is pointing a finger at them): "Will you two please come up and examine these handcuffs!"

THE TWO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS {On The Floor} to BUTCH: (As they are looking at him in pride and as they are stating to him in pride as they are now approaching the stage): "Why, certainly!"

We are now on the stage where we are seeing the Two Floor Officials being shoved off the stage by the Two Stage Officials as Butch is standing there with a serious look on his face and Dare Devil O'Dare also has a serious look on his face as the Original Law Enforcement Official who always had the handcuffs in his hands in now thoroughly studying them.

HANDCUFF LAW ENFORCMENT OFFICIAL to BUTCH and DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is in a complete stage of study over the handcuffs is saying to them in a professional tone of voice): "We'll look 'em over!"

BUTCH to the HANDCUFF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL: (As Butch is stating to him in a serious tone of voice and with a serious look on his face): "All right!"

BUTCH to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As he is standing there waving his cane to and fro with a devious look on his face as he is saying to the spectators in a mischievous tone of voice): "While these two Cops are looking over the handcuffs, the Two Officers in front of me will step behind the cabinet to see that this marvelous feat is accomplished without the aide of mirrors, I thank-you!"

BUTCH to the TWO {Floor} LAW ENFORCMENT OFFICIALS: (As Butch is looking at them with a mischeivous look on his face as he is saying to them in a low and wicked tone of voice): "S-C-R-A-M!"

The Two Floor Law Enforcement Officials are now exiting behind the cabinet to cheque for cheating mirrors with serious looks on their faces. We are now back on stage where we see Butch standing there with a puzzled look on his face as the Law Enforcement Official is standing there holding the handcuffs while Dare Devil O'Dare is standing there with a scared look on his face.

HANDCUFF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As the Officer is standing there holding the handcuffs with a serious look on his face as he is stating to him in a mean tone of voice): "Okay, stick out your hands!"

We now see Butch standing in the foreground of the stage with a perplexed look on his face as we now see Dare Devil O'Dare with a perplexed look on his face as he is now obediently extending his hands foreward as the Police Official is now examining the handcuffs one last trial time. {The Law Enforcement Official now flinches a tad as he has discovered the handcuffs he just put on poor Dare Devil O'Dare are now the real McCoy's}.

BUTCH to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch is still waving his cane at them with a devious look on his face as he is saying to them in a mischievous tone of voice referring to the handcuffs, {unbenounced to him}: "Genuine authentic!"

Dare Devil O'Dare is standing there in a state of pride as he is now raising his handcuffed arms in the aire with his hands clasped toghether and waving them in pride, as he is now exiting behind the cabinet.

We are now finding out that the Four Law Enforcement Officials, {are real Policemen}, but have been incorporated into the show.

HANDCUFF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL to BUTCH and DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he now has finished cuffing Mr. O'Dare and is exiting off the stage with a scared and serious look on his face and is using a serious tone of voice): "Twenty-seconds!"

BUTCH to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch is looking at them with a devious look on his face as he is raising his cane into the aire and is using a serious tone of voice shouts loudly): "Twenty-seconds, okay!"

We now see Butch and the handcuffed Dare Devil O'Dare merrily running behind the portable wall.

BUTCH to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch is holding his cane with a devilish look on his face as he is saying to them in a low and slightly sarcastic tone of voice): "A matter of twenty-seconds, no more and no less, the Handcuff King, one-two-three-four-five."

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is bending his head backwards and is looking behind the portable wall trying not to be conspicuous to the spectators is asking him in a low voice): "How are you doing Palsie!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare has now discovered that his stunt handcuffs are the real McCoy's and is unable to remove them shouts to Butch in a low and panicking tone of voice): "Stall it!"

BUTCH to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch is slightly panicking about what is happening to Dare Devil O'Dare says to the spectators in a low and worried tone of voice): "Six-seven!"

We are now behind the portable wall where we see the panicking Dare Devil O'Dare sitting there with the real McCoy's on as he is now in a slight state of panic as we are seeing the two really panicking out Law Enforcement Officials trying everything to get the handcuffs off of Dare Devil O'Dare. First they tried their keys but since these aren't their handcuffs the keys were unsuccessful to start with.

BUTCH to the LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch in now on stage in a state of panic as he is now ad-libbing lines to enth degree hopefully amusing the now irrate crowd of spectators is now saying in a panicking tone of voice): "Six, seven, seven that reminds me of a crap game, when I shoot craps I throw so many sevens the boys want to put handcuffs on me. And that reminds me, the 'Handcuff King', a matter of twenty-seconds, no more and no less. Six-seven-eight-nine-ten."

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As Butch is leaning his head backwards and is asking Mr. O'Dare in a low and panicking tone of voice): "How are you doing Pal?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to BUTCH: (As Mr. O'Dare is till behind the portable wall wearing the real handcuffs in panic is shouting back to him in a panicking tone of voice): "S-T-A-L-L I-T!"

BUTCH to the VERY IRRITATED LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch is now really panicking out at what is happening behind the portable wall is saying to them in a really freaked out tone of voice): "Who wants to see a little magic?"

IRRITATED LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS to BUTCH: (As they are now jeering at Butch in full blown madness as they are now yelling at him in a mean unison tone of voice): "No, no magic, what about the 'Handcuff King', yeah?"

All the while that Butch was up on the stage stalling the spectators we were behind the portable curtain where we saw poor panicking Dare Devil O'Dare sitting there in panic as the two Law Enforcement Officials are now in a total state of frenzy and panic as they have found the keys were not good, we now see the two Law Enforcement Officials removing their uniform jackets as they are now trying a hacksaw on the handcuffs to remove them but that was also very unsuccessful.

Here we got a quick glimpse of Butch on the stage as he now has a really freaked out look on his face and is using a slightly panicking tone of voice in his process to stall the irritated spectators.

We are now once again behind the portable wall where we see the really panicking Law Enforcment Officials now trying a claw-hammer and metal chisel to remove the handcuffs from Dare Devil O'Dare as they again have batted a zero. The two panicking Law Enforcement Officials are now once again trying the hacksaw. They still have not successfully removed the handcuffs from Dare Devil O'Dare as we now see them walking onto the stage and then exiting off from it.

BUTCH to the VERY PERTURBED LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch is now at his wits end in panic as he is still trying everything he can think of to pease the spectators helping Dare Devil O'Dare is saying to them in a totally freaking out tone of voice): "A matter of twenty-seconds, no more and no less, would anybody like to hear me sing a song?"

VERY PERTURBED LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As they are now really getting irritated with the whole situation are now shouting at Butch in unison using really wicked and evil tones of voices): "No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no!"

We are now back once again behind the portable wall where we see the now still totally panicking Dare Devil O'Dare lighting up a stogie and is picking up a slege hammer and trying to smash the handcuffs of himself.

We are now back on the main stage where we see the really frazzled out Butch freaking out and is running out of things to do to stall the perturbed off spectators.

BUTCH to the VERY IRRATE LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch is looking at them with a worried look as he is saying to them in a very tired and slightly mischievous tone of voice): "All right, the majority rules, well, I always pick it up on an up beat, one-two; {here we see Butch stomping his foot on the stage as he has now tossed his hat down on the stage): "That's the way I start!"

We now see the really bedragled, worried, frazzled, tired, worn out, Butch standing on the stage doing his last feeble attempt at peasing the very irrate spectators as he is secretly worrying about Dare Devil O'Dare as he is now completing a soft shoe style of a dance as he is singing.

BUTCH: " I LIKE BULLETS:" {START}:

"I'm not afraid of bullets, or of air-ie-o-planes that fly in the aire, {buzzzzzzzzz zeet-tata, zeet-tata, zeet-tata, zeet-tata}. I'm not afraid of the bold bad bandits, and I wasn't afraid when I was over there. {Here we see Butch saluting and saying ba-rubba; ba-rubba; ba-rubba; ba-rubba; as he is now pounding his chin with his hand and is saying heeka, heeka, heeka, heeka, heeka, heeka, heeka, heeka}. Oh, I'm not afraid of Cananians and TNT will make me laugh with glee, {haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha}. But, I'm terribly afraid of the bogey man oh gosh how he frightens me." {Here we see Butch pulling his hair over his eyes and is covering them with his hands in a state of fright as he has now parted his hair and has said boo, boo, boo, boo, boo, boo!}.

BUTCH: " I LIKE BULLETS:" {END}:

Butch now completed his wonderful song and dance routine by doing a fast paced twist style of a dance and said hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey.

Butch to the very irritated spectators as poor Butch is now tired out beyond no end at thinking of things to amuse the perturbed spectators as poor Dare Devil O'Dare is now back stage in a full blown frantic state about getting freed as Butch is saying to the spectators in a freaking out tone of voice): "Well boys, I am depending on the ability of plenty of applause, why don't you get up and cheer. It's a matter of twenty seconds, no more, no less, eleven-twelve-thirteen-fourteen-fifteen!"

As Butch was still feebily trying to pease the very irrate bunch of spectators as we now see the two really worn out Law Enforcement Officials climbing back onto the stage and are going behind the portable wall with a blow torch as they are now trying that as their last attempt to remove the handcuffs from Dare Devil O'Dare.

BUTCH to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is slightly bending his head backwards as he is trying not to look conspicuous to the spectators as he has a really sheepish look on his face as he is asking him in a low tone of voice): "How are you doing Palsie?"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE and the TWO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS to BUTCH: (As the three of them are still behind the portable wall and are in total panic mode as they are shouting to Butch in unison): "S-T-A-L-L!"

BUTCH to the VERY IRRATE LARGE CROWD of SPECTATORS: (As Butch is now at his wits end of thinking up ways to pease them as he is now supporting a really bedragled look and is using a worried tone of voice): "Well, I'm telling you, the applause was terrific. There was a fella who was finally ready to on, they wouldn't let him go on, but they wouldn't let me go on, which reminds me. A matter of twenty-seconds, sixteen-seventeen-eighteen folks, oh, yes, eighteen and a half, eighteen and three quarters, do I hear dighteen and three-eighths, eighteen and nine-tenths, do I hear nineteen, do I hear, eighteen and a half, eighteen and three eighths, eighteen and a quarter, eighteen, do I hear nineteen, do I hear nineteen, what do I hear?"

All the while that Butch was on stage really stalling the really irrated spectators with his really horrible counting lesson we now saw the Two Law Enforcement Officials spliting the scene as they are now being replaced by a Professional Demoliton Squad toting a box of blasting powder sticks and is now approaching Dare Devil O'Dare behind the portable wall as Dare Devil O'Dare was trying to bust the handcuffs off of himself with his own foot.

FIRST DEMOLITION PROFESSIONAL {Gentlemen with brunette coloured hair, dressed in a pair of black trousers and no shirt} to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he has a really worried look on his face as he is extending two blasting powder sticks to him): "Here, here, hold these!"

SECOND DEMOLITION PROFESSIONAL; {A bald headed gentleman wearing black trousers and no shirt} to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is now looking at him with a look of fear on his face as he is saying to Mr. O'Dare in a really scared tone of voice as he is now handing Dare Devil a wire to the detnator): "And, hold this!"

DARE DEVIL O'DARE to the TWO DEMOLITION PROFESSIONALS: (As Mr. O'Dare is sitting there completly wired to the blasting powder sticks as he is now trying to set them off with a match stick says to them in a really frazzled and wicked tone of voice): "Yeah, it don't work!"

BALD-HEADED DEMOLITION PROFESSIONAL to DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As he is now getting ready to set off the plunger on the detnator is saying to him in a serious tone of voice): "It will!"

END OF: "DARE DEVIL O'DARE:"

The short ends where Butch finally has learned that Dare Devil O'Dare was locked in real handcuffs as the plunger on the detnator has been set of totally demolishing the entire stage area where Butch and Dare Devil O'Dare were suppose to complete their stunt. Butch is being knocked down onto the stage and is now laying there with a very tattered stage curtain wrapped around him as he is now covered with blasting powder and is totally dis-orientated and still counting in a dazed tone of voice: "19; 1917; 1865; 1776; 1492!"

We now see Dare Devil O'Dare hanging from a telephone wire receiving pole only in his well tattered pair of trousers and is hanging from his suspenders bouncing up and down in a really dis-oriented and panicked state as he is wondering how he is going to get down.

VERY DIS-ORIENTATED BUTCH to the VERY DIS-ORIENTATED DARE DEVIL O'DARE: (As the very well shaken up Butch is now noticing Dare Devil O'Dare bouncing up and down on the pole is shouting at him in a really worried tone of voice): "How are you doin' Pal?"

DIS-ORIENTATED DARE DEVIL O'DARE to DIS-ORIENTATED BUTCH: (As he is still bouncing up and down on the pole with a really hurtful and slightly sheepish look on his face as he is now cupping his hands around his mouth and is yelling to Butch in a mischievous tone of voice): "S-T-A-L-L, hee, hee, hee, hee, hee, hee!"


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