Meek, little inventor Calvin Q. Calculus defies the ranting of his battle-ax wife and invents a portable hole, which will revolutionize dog bone storage, rescue of babies from safes, and golfer putts. But a thief steals Calculus' supply of portable holes and uses them to go on a crime spree. Written by
Kevin McCorry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Calvin Q. Calculus
I invented the portable hole for the good of humanity. But let us all hope it will never be used for evil purposes.
Referenced in Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Music by Nat Ayer
Played when the thief takes the girl from the burlesque theater See more