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In his own way Pegleg was almost as amazing, a true hero to the crowds who flocked to the Tan or Ely Racecourse or to Jubilee Park (Pop Alley Park).
We talked basketball: the Peglegs had won the Manhattan title and lost to Curtis of Staten Island in the first round.
Our clerk, Wilhelm (Matt McGrath), is a black-clad figure, hair slicked back and in white face (like the rest of the cast), who creeps around the stage, grins maniacally and is on the verge of madness even before he cashes in with Pegleg.
Only Pegleg remains to eulogize the art of theater in a final song about his rose garden.
Down would go Pegleg, into the tub to emerge, extinguished, calling for the crowd to ignore the collecting tins being offered.
Magical Quest 3 finds our two heroes once again taking on the might of Pegleg Pete over several platformstyle levels.
Of course there were the infamous ghost stories, of Pegleg the miner told in a pitch black cave, and the White Lady of top camp's dormitories, which our teacher relished re-counting as she crept between our bunkbeds wearing a white gown.
Christina Pato, a Galician piper, has toured worldwide but is a newcomer to British venues, Angel Brothers, now without Satnam Singh but with Becky Driscoll and Harprit Singh Sahota, the John James Trio with Benji Kirkpatrick and Seth Lakeman, Bob Fox, Pegleg Ferret, Maggie Boyle's new group The Expatriot Game, Whapweasel, Pete Morton, Dave Burland and Stanley Accrington are just for starters.
No longer do iPhone users need to worry about being put to shame by someone with a pegleg or eyepatch.
Charles Back's Fairview Pegleg Carignan 2002 (pounds 7.