It's a Dog's Life: Three One-act Plays
Samuel French, Inc., 1984 - 80 Seiten
"The Gift: When a couple receive news that they are to receive an inheritance they are all aflutter until their legacy turns out to be a small dog named King Kong. Co-Incidence: Prudence keeps a dog in a luxury New York apartment, which is against her lease. Her efforts to breed the dog and stay out of trouble form the core of this farce. The Divorce: Adam and Peggy are getting a divorce. Of course, it is their dog who eventually reconciles them."--Publisher.
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ADAM alimony alright answer aunt Aunt Ida bedroom door better BILL bloody Mary bring BRUCE BRUCE LACEY choice of litter Chuck Harmon co-incidence contrapuntal course dashes dear dials a number divorce dog collar dog food dog's doggie door chimes doorbell is heard doorman drink eccentric Fergerson Falls Florida goes to door hangs Harvard Hello hope house phone husband Isolde jelly Jelly beans jockstrap karate keep a dog King Kong LAWYER leash little dog little girl live look Mark Mellon married MARY miniature poodle minute Miss Alcott Mister Lacey Mister Pincus Mother Ruskin Mother's Day never nice offstage opens door Patelli PEGGY phone rings Pinky Pooh PRUDENCE races to house rises small dog Smythe-Jones sorry starts for bedroom sweetheart take Pooh-pooh tell Thank There's thru Tristan Vermont violin wait walk What's Who's wife Yes—I