Dry Rot

Synopsis: A trio of not particularly bright bookmakers tries to fix a horse race.
Genre: Comedy
87 min

yeah I'll be respectable to accountant

oh my god oh you can be my bad

what's that sign is a Batman I mean

french secretary yeah.

Aria you be careful of your etiquette

etiquette when I drop certainly we look

are you lighter come on

this joint will do it for a quick one

now it'll be sweet enough if you pour it

out it'll be sleeping in the night box

mr. Shaw I'm very good

turn it up will you hey listen there's

an old country pub near Salem rice

course the bull and cow that's it we fix

up our headquarters there in that fresh

you look off a sweet lavender oh and

I'll be a Batman that's it what about a

secretary where you gonna find a

secretary - secretary somewhere now -

Ariana I got one of my own choose one of

these entries how are you it's all fine

you look a bit down in the dumps

girlfriend left you know my money has

though lost it

yep thieves of course probably old.

Gigi's I know didn't do so well huh no

bookmakers did though yeah that's what

you think I mean of course I did I order

now I'm by myself yeah hmm what's your

name John Bambi added a mr. Danny

my name's Alfred top this is mr. flash.

Harry and this is mr. Fredricksen any

place to meet you don't mention it

it so happens I'm looking for a


we'll be interested but you don't see

why not

welcome to my organization oh wait a

minute now I don't know much about

bookmaker you don't have to what do you

got to do is to have my head for

fiddling figures you got yourself a

secretary good

you English no Canadian know what he

comes from Canadia oh now look mister

damn be you meet us on Tuesday at the

bullying cow yourself in huh can I wait

this no but I'll find it

bullying cow Oh bad when fooling


Doris Henry.


Area yes very hearty

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