Movie star Robert Redford's Sundance Institute at PO Box 16450 Salt Lake City, Utah. Phone (801) 328-3456. Will be asked to review the manuscript submitted by the Red Monkee. Entitled, "The Little Circus Rascals, and the names are Little Cody, Butch, CJ. All these stories take place in the 1940's, when the circus traveled by train. The comical situations they would get into with social workers, chased in every town. The characters include three little children, all orphans. They always had a small ape with them where ever they would go. This series could surpass the English TV Series "All Creatures Great and Small", that was so popular.

The ape was the same size as the three Little Cirsus Rascals, and they were billed by the circus as the four orphans. Old Ladies gave them money. Butch and CJ would take Cody's toys and give them to the monkeys in there cages. This would enrage Cody. The Monkey's refused to give up the toys. The Rascals would devise means to get the toys back. The rascals used the elephants in the circus at three o'clock in the morning to manuver in the big cat cages, to get a big cat in their enimieshouse trailer when they were gone. Little Cody was found under the big tent by Butchs' ape. Little Cody was an infant in diapers playing by himself near the center pole. Some woman, unknown, left Cody off. After the Circus crowds left and gone, Butch and his ape would always go through this big tent looking for things that may have been left behind. Butchs' ape spotted Cody and rushed over to pick him up. Little Cody never had a name until he was thirteen years old. Mrs. Harriet Beatty raised him, she was married to the great Clyde Beatty. Cody's first name came from Buffalo Bill, the great western showman. Little Cody was also kidnapped in a circus parade in the state of Louisana during the 1940's. It was a woman in a blue dress, blue gloves. She snatched Cody from the back of an open convertable. A yellow Ponitac. A car driven by the great Clyde Beatty.

Sitting in back of the convertable were the four orphans. Butch, his ape, CJ and Little Cody. As the parade and the convertiable turned the corner, the woman in the blue dress and viel reached in and snached Little Cody from the car. Butch's ape stood up on the back of the car, and pointed in the direction the lady in the blue dress had disappeared to. Two very wealthy little girls became involved with the Little Circus Rascals. When these girls would visit the circus, they would use there wealthy Fathers power to protect the circus Rascals from the evilevil social workers. The little rich girls names were Cathy and Ruby. This will give the Red Monkee Believers some idea of what is being delievered to the Sundance Institute. Other address: Clyde Beatty-Cole Brothers Circus 1038 Main Street Deland, Florida. 32720-3921. Phone 904-736-0071. David Hoover, 875 Liberty Court, Deland, Florida. 32724. Phone 904-738-0653. Give them a call and tell David Hoover, whose circus name was Butch, and the king of the townies is coming back to pick himand Cody up. This thing ain't over stay tuned.

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