A SHUG THE DUG PRODUCTION (ruff ruff)
TOM working in the maintenance shop loses his thumb on the turning lathe only for amenities cleaner MINGER to find the thumb while sweeping the bloody mess popping it into a jar of dirty Clyde river water sealing it and starting the chain of events that will become the Urban Myth of The Hairy Thumb.
ABIE LINCOLN so-called over his pervading body odour is struggling with a drink problem yet appears to have a fine future as a council street cleaner if only he can hold onto his refuse barrows.
Its last call for Storeman DROOPY checking out the way he would have wanted to go.
Shipyard Shenanigans was devised by James T. Tiffoney.
This episode was written and directed by James T Tiffoney.
Produced by Shug the Dug Productions.
Recorded at HQ Studios Glasgow.
Edited by Samson Video.
The role of
Louie & Chic was played by Chris J W Healy
ABIE by Benjamin Smith
OLD FRY by Colin McGregor
Fireman & Union Rep by William Samson
Smiddy John Hughes
Minger by William Spears
Duke by Brian Brady
Girl & Mother by Beverley Sweeney
Kid by Ava Duncan Corrall
Asian Shopkeeper & Woman by Susan Sims
2nd Man by Gerald Rogan
Woman & Ellen by Susan Sims
1st Man by Robert Howat
The narrator was William Samson