Ice Cream Man

Synopsis: Poor Gregory. After being released from the Wishing Well Sanatorium, all he wants to do is make the children happy. So Gregory reopens the old ice cream factory, and all the unappreciative brats are reprocessed into the flavor of the day.
84 min


- Yeah!

- Oh my god, Gregory,

oh my god my baby!

Are you all right, oh say something.

- Mom?

~ yes?

What is it my little foof?

- Who's gonna bring the

ice cream mommy?

- Mom the ice cream man's

here, the ice cream man's here!

- All right all

right lemme get my change.

Roger, I don't want you

going into my purse!

- Sorry mom, won't do it anymore!

- You get back here right now, Roger!

- Ice cream!

Uhm, can I have an orange push-up?

Hey what's your problem mister?

- You didn't say please.

- Yo man, I could be a

grandpa by the time

you get your push-up.

- Can I have my push-up, please?

- Hey tuna?

- All right give me your change.

- Creamsicle.

- Bomb pop.

- Next.

- Two creamsicles and a bomb pop.

- Try some of the

hard-packed, it's pistachio.

- Yo man, I said two

creamsicles and a bomb pop,

I don't need nuts, they give me gas.

That new ice cream

dude's pretty freaky.

- Maybe he's just different.

- Good ice cream is good ice cream.

Come on rocketeers, to the park.

- Race ya, girls against boys.

- Last one there is a rotten fart!

- Oh man...

- Girls win!

Hey watch it!

- Hey up yours!

You had a head start!

- Watch your mouth.

- At least you're not

the rotten fart again.

- Hey guys I've been waiting.

- Hey rocketeer.

- Hey small Paul.

- You guys got ice cream huh?

- Yeah a bomb pop!

- You

always get bomb pops.

- They're cool looking.

- Damn!

- Tuna, you're not gonna?

- Oh gross, tuna!

- Anybody want a bite?

- No thanks, most viral

contagions are passed through

oral submission.

- Hey small Paul, what's the book?

- Pied Piper.

- The kids threw pies at

him, get him, pied Piper!

- Hardy-hat, tuna.

- He cleaned the city of rats

by enchanting them with music.

- Well obviously he missed

one of the big ones.

- He led them to the

river and they drowned.

- Then, he got the kids.

- What kids?

- From the town, the adults

were trying to stiff the Piper

for the job he did on the rats.

So instead, the Piper led all

the kids down to the river,

and drowned them, just like the rats.

That's what happens when

you don't pay the Piper.

- Uh actually, I think

the kids got away.

- Oh, I thought

they all drowned.

- Nah the kids always get away.

- Kids.

- Ice cream man?

Do you feel okay?

- Yeah little boy, ice cream

man feels uh, very happy.

Very, very happy-

- well, what have we got

here, three weary pilgrims

back from a hard days adventure.

- Hi Mr. Langley.

- Hey Mr. Langley.

- You okay tuna?

- Yeah, I just

need a rest after carrying

these babies home.

- Oh yeah right!

- Heather darling have

you worked up an appetite?

- Yes, dad!

- Well boys if Mrs.

Langley and I had known

you were coming we'd have set a place.

- Oh that's all right,

we gotta get going.

- Be safe boys, godspeed.

- Hello puppy.

Are we having a bad day?

- Who's there?

' Happy day, nurse wharton!

- Gregory, did you hear my dog?

- No nurse wharton, i

did not hear your dog.

- What's that on your nose?

- It's grenadine, from

my ice cream treats.

- Well now that's nice

Gregory, that's very nice.

I swear I heard dinky cry.

- Well you know nurse

wharton, your hearing is not

what it used to be.

I've gotta unpack the truck,

the ice cream melts, bye.

- Always such a happy

boy, my little Gregory.

- Happy day, little puppy.

They'll love you.

- Did you see this,

my son shoots me dead

for going 30 in a 25 zone.

- Hey when I become a cop,

there's no more flesh and blood

it's just me and the law.

- We are very proud of you Jacob.

- Hmm, very proud!

- Where's racer?

- Sorry I'm late I was at

Heather's and tuna's mom

picked me up.

- What kinda name is that, tuna?

Tuna, tuna, it's so stupid.

- Now Jacob, tuna is a very nice boy.

- It's just dumb, I will

admit the twerp does stink

like a rotten fish though.

- Hey hey this is not very

nice dinner conversation.

Racer, come on eat, here you go.

- I got it.

- That is the stupidest

thing I ever heard, tuna.

Honey, what should we name the kid?

Oh tuna, there's a good name!

- Hello, oh hi!

Well no I was just, really?

You're kidding me!

- Hey stop it at this table.

- Well maybe he just

lost his way home.

- Have some respect

at the table you little twerp.

- No, oh tuna?

- Will somebody tell

me where I lost control?

- At Marcy's, okay?

- Honey will you save me?

- Okay, bye.

- The inmates have taken over.

- Johnny, did you see

little Roger Smith today?

- He was at the park, why?

- Because he hasn't come home

yet his mother's worried sick.

- Did she call the police?

- Not yet, Johnny, i

don't want you out after

dark anymore okay?

- Oh come on!

- In fact Jacob, why don't

you and Janet take him

to the movies tomorrow?

- This is great.

I'm definitely not going to a g film.

- Be happy, be happy,

oh happy happy happy!

Oh happy, happy happy, happy hap!

- Open wide Gregory, Gregory?


Are you all right Gregory?

Rent's due in a couple of days.

- Four gallons?

- Five, and I want rocky road.

- I'll make it special nurse wharton.

- I'm glad I can watch

over you Gregory.

Besides, this old parlor

was starting to look like

a lost soul to me.

I do so wish you'd

plant them in my yard.

- I will bring the ice cream tomorrow.

- That'll be just fine.

- So take the bus

back and don't be late,

or mom will kill me and then

I'll have to kill you, okay?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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