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Kunama 1957


Jack and the Beanstalk

(Modern Version)


One day Jack's mother told Jack to take the car to town to see what he could get for it. On the way, he was stopped by a slick-talking salesman, who gave him some magic beans for the car. But when his mother saw them, she threw them out of the window. During the night the beanstalk grew and grew, and in the morning, when Jack saw it, he decided to climb it, but thinking that it was too hard, he went up by helicopter. When he was there, he took the Giant's money, a goldmaking machine and a radiogram stocked full with rock 'n roll records. Jack hovered back to the ground, and seeing the Giant coming down the beanstalk after him, he dashed inside, grabbed his mechanical saw and cut down the beanstalk, which fell down with the Giant, who was killed immediately.

With all these possessions, Jack and his mother lived happily ever after.

PETER SHELLSHEAR, 1A


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