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 Category:  General Script
  Posted: August 25, 2021      Views: 21

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BILL SCHOTT 

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a one-scene script with BA and CT
"Baron Aaron and Count Too-ten 2" by Bill Schott



The scene opens on the same beach of the same tropical island. The same two figures sit and stand in the center on either side of a palm tree. One man has on a summer dress and the other a formal gown. Both have beards and long hair.

Baron Aaron (BA): (
sitting left of the tree on a pile of bananas) Looks like it will be another hot one.

Count Too-ten (CT): (
pantomimes tying together a noose and hanging himself) We should get an ice cream cone.

BA: I'm afraid an ice cream maker didn't float in with that wardrobe trunk. 

CT: A banana split would be nice.

BA: If only we had more bananas.

CT: Maybe you could spare a couple from your banana chair.

BA: I finally got it to where it's comfortable.

CT: What ever happened to the coconut chair?

BA: You may recall that we cracked all of them open and ate the insides. Then we built that raft made from the shells. 

CT: We did? I somehow don't recall that happening.

BA: Maybe I dreamed it.

CT: That doesn't explain where the coconuts went.

BA: Ok, fine. Have a banana.



To be continued ?????
 

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