The Big Bad Wolf, villain of children's stories for years, is on trial for crimes committed against Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother. When given a chance to speak in his defense, Mr. Wolf explains the supposed real story behind the fairy tale, in which he is the victim and Red and her grandma are the ones to blame. Will the jury buy his story? Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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...And it was only though a miracle that I escaped with me life.
[the jury looks unconvinced
And if that ain't the truth, I hope - I hope I get run over by a streetcar.
[Suddenly a streetcar bursts through the wall, running over the Wolf
Well, maybe I did exagerate just a little bit.
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
Played when the jury cheers at the beginning See more