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George explained: "After our encounter with the headmaster we waited until Peg Leg was in the outhouse, stoking up the fires that fed the school boilers, then we all wandered, nonchalant like, across the yard and locked him inside.
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Peg Leg Sam traveled much of the South playing in medicine shows, acting as entertainment for expositions of catchall ointments.
Dalton has created the lively and entertaining story of a young boy named Pirate Pete and his dad, Scurvy James, who set sail on the high seas in pursuit of adventure as they seek to find the King's loot which was stolen by Peg Leg Chuck.
Every now and again, we would see a man with an Army uniform, either with a pair of crutches, a peg leg (they were rather common then), or traveling with an assistant in an old steel wheelchair.
One of the people was named Peg Leg Joe; he would come to the plantations and pretend to be a carpenter, but he would sing about following the drinking gourd.
One looks in pretty good shape but the other has a wooden peg leg, a hook for a hand and an eye patch.
Finally, a haggard seafarer, perhaps the ghost of the boy, his avenging father, or maybe the boy-as-man, stands on a peg leg beside three decapitated canines.
Associated Press--The Portland Pirates and Casco Bay Brewing have received permission to continue selling "Salty Pete's Peg Leg Ale" a week after the state ordered the beer pulled from store shelves.
And it's funny, too, with Vincent Franklin as Silver hobbling around on a peg leg with a crutch giving a marvellous performance in what must be one of the least comfortable parts in any Christmas show anywhere.
According to legend, Peg Leg John, a New Jersey farmer, was packing cranberries in his barn.
Their lives are turned upside down when Peg Leg Pete, captain of the Musketeers, and his sinister lieutenant Clarabelle use them in a dastardly plot to rid the kingdom of Princess Minnie -- the only mouse standing in Pete's way of the throne.