Pirates, kiddies, and sea monsters, just A DAY AT THE PARK

Sunday, July 4, 2010
Whimsical short A DAY AT THE PARK added to schedule
The Flagstaff Film Festival just added the delightful short A DAY AT THE PARK to the roster of high-quality independent films screening this August 9-16 in Flagstaff, Arizona.

A DAY AT THE PARK, dir. Spencer Stuard
Here is a place where the children play
Frolic and jump 'til the end of the day.
But Dylan, that young rascally lad.
Sees their games are boring and sad.

Trucks and tractors digging holes in the sand.
Ugh, these games are so boring and bland.
Ponies and hopscotch and tug of war
Nothing, oh nothing, could be such a bore.

For him there's nothing like the open sea.
See its there! Land Ho! And Treasure there be!
His mast is bright green, his rudder a slide.
He'll be in Tortuga with the coming tide!

With a limp and a grunt, Arg! A scurge!
Ty the Pirate, that's HIS ship I heard!
A swagger and a saber is all he need.
He'll fight 'til the end for his ship, his stead.

No battle could be more exciting!
Than a pirate and explorer fighting.
Pirates will fight dirty 'til the finish.
He'll have you overboard to sleep with the fishes!

There's nothing worse than a pirate,
Except perhaps for one thing, I'd bet.
They must cease fighting and set their sails!
Because remember dead men, tell no tales.


  • Franky

    For more swashbuckling antics go to www.adatpfilm.com A Day At the Park's official website!

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