“Shabbie Hill” – A tale of the near downfall of a young Traffic-Wench
Sir Deadly Keen (An ageing moustachioed lothario) – Terry Wogan
Inspector Over of the vice squad – Alan Dedicoat
Shabbie Hill – Lynn Bowles
The Detective – Barrowlands Boyd
Shabbie sitting on her own in Mrs Nibblet’s Parlour
ENTER SIR DEADLY
SIR DEADLY: “Ah! Shabbie. Mrs Nibblet has been telling me of your gentile shabbiness. My Dear – verily you are indeed shabby.”
SHABBIE: “Why Thank you sir. You are too kind”
SIR DEADLY: “Well my shabbie young filly will you allow me to take you to Maidenhead. I have a fancy to visit it with you and I divine you shall enjoy the Ride if I have anything to do with it.”
SHABBIE: “Oh Sire, If you do truly want to be my Sweetheart, I shall go with you – all the way – and we shall visit Maidenhead together, for I have never been there before.”
ENTER INSPECTOR OVER.
INSPECTOR OVER: “Unhandle her Sir. Shabbie is not as Shabby as you suppose. She is a lady – I grant of some years – but none the less virtuous. You shall NOT venture to Maidenhead with her.”
SIR DEADLY: “You are wrong Inspector, She shall come with me!”
SHABBIE: “Oh Sir – I fear we cannot – I am in receipt of the latest traffic news and the way to Maidenhead has been rendered impassable!”.
INSPECTOR OVER: Sir, I shall have to ‘Inspect Her Over’ to ensure no harm has come to her. Come here my dear”!
SIR DEADLY: “You are a fraud Sir. Do not lay a finger on her! I shall fight you for her”
INSPECTOR OVER: “AaaaHHHH – I die”
ENTER THE DETECTIVE:
“I say Shabbie – What are you doing here?
Good Gracious – There’s been a murrrrrderrr”
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