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POL: 'E could hardly speak after that you know, he used to talk to me in this high squeaky little voice. " he used to say to me. ELIZABETH: Oh, my God! ALL: Oh, my God, etc. POL: He used to call me Pol, see. He was no good after that. We had to put him in the Home. ELIZABETH: What could you do, girl? POL: And he hasn't said a word, you know, from that day to this except to ask for his seasickness pills. ) JOHN CHARLES: What do he want them for? POL: Oh, he thinks the bed rocks, boy. ALL: Oh, yes, etc.
GARFIELD: Well I guess I'll be goin' off now too. PHONSE: Where you goin', Gar? GARFIELD: I think I'll go down to the Legion, you know. See if I can't find Albert about that engine. PHONSE: Yeah, well I'm goin' down with you now, I s'pose, have a beer before I goes to bed. GARFIELD: All right, good enough. What about you, Ned? NED: Well I wouldn't mind one, you know, before I goes to bed and all, but ah, the Unemployment hasn't come in yet. Phonse, you'll have to lend me five. PHONSE: Lend you five!
Mary Walsh Mother, Pol, Loll, Miss Walsh, Harry Whitten, wife, Mary Lynn Biddiscombe, Aubrey Mac, Joan Watson, etc. , were played variously by: Paul Sametz (part of the original group) in the Toronto versions of the play; Scott Strong who replaced Sametz in the February 1974 St. John's production; Bob Joy who joined the Newfoundland touring version of the play, subsequently becoming a member of Codco Additional credits: M. White - performed administrative functions, provided additional dialogue and acted several roles in various productions of the play.
Antenna-Radio Propagation Part 1 - Canadian MIL TM