It’s time again for another episode of Shagbottom Theater!
March is here. Can you believe it? I wonder if this year will go as quickly as last year did. 2019 was such a blur. Very full of fun, but also very full of worrisome things. I guess, it was just full.
Next on Shagbottom Theater, we journey to a Kipling Classic that was adapted to a film in 1939, staring Mr. Grant. It’s one of the original Hangover/Buddy films. Check out this quick clip that Fionn produced in honor of one of his heroes.
Sgt. Archibald Cutter: Eight feet away from where I’m sitting, right here, there’s enough gold to make me sole owner and proprietor of a pub as big as the Crystal Palace. Best pub in Hampshire. (Gunga Din, 1939)
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