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31 August 2011
Rocky and Bullwinkle take on Monty Python
Cuthbert is the town undertaker in a forgettable village where legend has it William Shakespeare may have misplaced one of his earlier works. For fans of Rocky and Bullwinkle, I promise this bring back Frostbite Falls with a delicious rush. Every line is a quotable gem. Cuthbert can't seem to do anything right and that's what saves his skin... repeatedly. He accidentally embalms his own jaw, he sees himself disappearing and reappearing like a nun on a zebra crossing, and the poor fellow is so neutral his reflection doesn't bother to show up.
Cuthbert is alone in a dark tunnel under the town: "Cuthbert advanced down the tunnel accompanied by a low moaning sound. It was unsettling, so he stopped doing it." If you enjoyed the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, you'll love Shakespeare's Cuthbert. Douglas Adams and then some. Highly Recommended.
Shakespeare's Cuthbert
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4.8 out of 5 stars