Dinmakers Go Ape Dennis the Menace and Gnasher


Dinmakers Go Ape

There is a Battle of the Bands on at Beanotown Hall, and Dennis and co have their eyes on the prize - a fancy new drum kit.


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Ready, Gnasher? Let's go!

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# Playing by the rules

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# Is highly overrated

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# Unstoppable, unstoppable, yeah!

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# They can't hold us back

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# We'll make the most of every second

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# Unstoppable, unstoppable, yeah!

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# After all is said and done

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# Shout, "One for all and all for fun!"

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# Nothing's gonna bring us down today

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# Open up your eyes The world outside is waiting. #

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Guitar solo!

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Ha-ha!

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Bass solo!

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BASS AMP BOOMS

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Drum solo!

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Gnash, gnash, gnash!

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Gnash, gnash, gnash!

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THEY ALL CHEER

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Awesome, Gnasher! Totally...

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Ah.

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Chin up, Gnasher, we'll buy you a new drum kit.

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This is exactly what the Dinmakers emergency fund is for.

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-What's in the kitty, Curly?

-Er, two fruit gums and a potato.

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Huh? Paul! That's where you've been!

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Awww, I love ya.

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Just tell us what we can afford.

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Drum solo!

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Gnash, gnash, gnash, gnash!

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That's all we can afford? What are we going to do?

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What's that, Paul?

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Why don't we enter tonight's Beanotown battle of the bands

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competition and win a brand-new drum kit for Gnasher?

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See post room window for details.

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What are you on about, Pie-Face? There's no poster in the... Huh!

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The Beanotown battle of the bands competition! Brilliant!

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Well done, Paul.

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# Never ending, on and on

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# And on and on

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# Never ending, on and on

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# And on and on ... #

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Oh, no.

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Hey, Mr Mayor. This where we sign up for battle of the bands?

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Ha-ha-ha, Dennis! Yes, thank goodness. Ha-ha-ha.

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And there it is boys, first prize.

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ROCK MUSIC PLAYS

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-So, who are we up against then, Mr Mayor?

-Um, so far just Walter.

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# On and on and on and on... #

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Ha-ha, boys. Something tells me this one is in the bag.

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Just fill in the entry form.

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Not so fast, Mr Mayor.

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Must I really remind you of page 12, paragraph six,

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clause 28 of the competition rules?

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Ha-ha, no of course not. Actually, yes. I have no idea what it is.

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All competing acts must include at least one adult.

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A rule which clearly renders the Dinmakers ineligible for this

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-competition.

-Hang on, you don't have an adult.

-Sorry I'm late, Walter.

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Me didgeridoo was out of tune.

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So, Dennis,

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unless you can recruit a grown-up to join your pathetic excuse for a band

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by tonight, I suggest you tootle off home and play with your catapult.

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Two, three, four...

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-What we going to do, Dennis?

-Chill, Pie-Face.

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All we've got to do is find ourselves a grown-up Dinmaker

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and I know just the person.

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So, we thought you could be the lead singer! What do you think, Gran?

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Singer in a band, eh? And I thought supply zoo keeper was a cool job.

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MONKEYS CHATTER

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Ready, boys? Two, three, four!

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# Well I'm an old-school menace

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# Ain't nothing that I can't do-oo-oo-ah

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# Yeah, I'm an old-school menace

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# And I'm ready to rock for you-oo-oo

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# Woooooo! #

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Hey! This lot love us!

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Whoa!

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Honestly, I'm fine. I can still sing, it's just a scratch.

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No, you need to rest up, Gran. Menace's orders. Home, now!

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Oh, I'm so sorry, Dennis. I'm sure you'll find someone else.

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Yeah, but who? We're the Dinmakers.

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We need somebody wild, someone who's a real animal.

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Where are we going to find someone like that? Ah, homeward, lads.

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No, I thought you locked it. Well do it now! Before any of them escape.

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-We must know SOME grown-up who could be our lead singer.

-The Colonel?

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-Too barmy.

-Mrs Creecher?

-Too scary.

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-Charles Dickens?

-Too, erm, dead.

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More biscuits, lads? Take a break, eh?

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Not easy finding yourself a lead singer. And I should know.

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Back when I was LEAD SINGER, with Snot Bazooka,

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all the other punk bands, they would be begging me to be their

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LEAD SINGER.

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Huh! Of course! It's been staring us in the face all along.

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Mum!

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She'd be brilliant!

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Oh, dream on, Dennis. Dad, I need you in the kitchen.

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And get changed at once, you look like and idiot.

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Hmmm.

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Ugh? Eh? Where'd all the biscuits go?

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-Oh, the gorilla ate them.

-Oh, right.

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Eh?

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THEY ALL SCREAM

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We'd better call the zoo, Dennis.

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-They'll come and collect him.

-Or, we don't.

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On account of genius wearing a striped jumper.

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Stop! Stop! No more practising. There are no other entrants.

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I'm cancelling the competition. Just please stop!

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So what you're really saying is that as per rule 68, paragraph 12,

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clause eight, we win by default, yes?

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Yes, fine! All right, whatever.

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Just take the drums and go.

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Golly, we won something! Mother will be so proud.

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Paws off, boys.

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This show ain't over. Meet the newest member of the Dinmakers.

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-Hello!

-He's big, he's bad and he's totally a grown-up.

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MONKEY JABBERS

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Just as I suspected.

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Bite radius, saliva samples, trajectory of peeling motion.

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There can be no doubt.

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Whatever ate this banana was not a grown-up, human man.

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GASPS FROM AUDIENCE

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# Never ending... #

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The end.

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We are Walter and the Wailers, thank you, Beanotown and good night.

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This is going to be one epic walkover. OK, boys, dog, gorilla,

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potato - let's go rock the house!

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ROCK MUSIC PLAYS

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CROWD CHEERS

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MONKEYS STIR

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How many times, Bill? You're the one meant to lock it, not me. I'm... Agh!

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Let's go to work.

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Harry, no!

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Ladies and gentlemen, it is my sad duty to bring

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to your attention a most cruel and shocking deception.

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This man is not a man.

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Since the Dinmakers have no adult human in their ranks,

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I demand they be immediately disqualified. You see, boys?

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Everything exactly as planned, exactly.

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DOOR BURSTS OPEN

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Aghhh!

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EVERYONE SCREAMS

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MONKEYS RUN WILD

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OK, this is not good. Play!

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If we can get them gorillas dancing again we can stop this.

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ROCK MUSIC PLAYS

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It's not working, Dennis!

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Dad!

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# I may be nearly 40 but I've got no choice

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# Gonna sing bad rhymes in a shouty voice

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# Cos I'm mad, I'm bad and I'm Dad

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# Yeah, bite that I'm mad, I'm bad

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# And might I add that I'm Dad

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Beanotown battle of the bands first prize.

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Dennis and the Dinmakers, featuring Dad.

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That's my boy.

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Drum solo!

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Gnash, gnash, gnash, gnash, gnash!

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Hmm, maybe it's his technique?

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There's a Battle of the Bands on at Beanotown Hall, and Dennis and co have their eyes on the prize - a fancy new drum kit. There's only one problem: they need an adult in their band to qualify for the competition... Dennis needs a grown-up Dinmaker, fast! In desperation, the Dinmakers recruit a highly unusual fan - an ape that has escaped from the local zoo - and sneak him into the competition disguised as a long-lost uncle. Will they get away with it, or will Walter and the Wailers make off with the prize?


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