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Complete Mad-Script Sheet for "Bonnie and Clyde" BEFORE reading this play.
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A couple of 1930's detectives are in a room with a table with
a nicely dressed criminal. There is also an oddly dressed woman in the
room that is a psychic.
All right, you. I'm gonna give you one more chance to
spill the (1.)_________________ or we're gonna toss you in the slammer and
throw away the (2.)__________________.
Easy there, detective. Henry here is ready to tell us
all about Bonnie and (3.)_______________.
See. He's very (4.)__________________.
And what are you going to do if I don't spill the
Then this psychic here, Madame (5.)_______________ is gonna
read your mind.
So what do you want to know?
What was Clyde's real name? I have here a series
aliases: Roy Bailey, Jack Hale, Eldin Williams, Elvin Williams and
His real name was Clyde Barrow.
What was his middle name?!
I don't know!
He liked to go by (7.)______________ but it was actually
Hey, I think that's right. Maybe you should ask her all
Don't get smart with me.
So what was Clyde like as a kid?
He stole (8.)_______________ and took them for joy rides.
So what was Clyde's first crime?
He and Bonnie robbed a bank in (9.)________________, Missouri
and got away with $115.
The bank don't have much money anymore. It's the Great
We know he was bank robber. Didn't he also take hostages and
Well, there was this one time he kidnapped a cop and made him
steal a car battery and install it before we let him go.
He also killed (10.)________________ people!
I don't know if it was that many.
It was more like (11.)__________________.
Look. I told you everything I know. I helped you find
them. Aren't I free to go?
Well, you've been cleared of all your charged in Texas, but
you're still wanted in Oklahoma for stealing (12.)_________________.
What? How long do I have to be in jail for stealing (12.)____________________.
Twelve years and then when you get out you'll be hit by a
Get him out of here.
Detective 2 removes Henry.
So how many people did you arrest for helping Bonnie and
Twenty-three! Are you sure?
Did you know Bonnie was 23 when they were killed? And
they were killed on May 23.
Of course I'm right. And out of 167 bullets
fired. 50 hit Bonnie and Clyde... 23 of those just hit Bonnie.
Now, now. I don't know about that.
And she had twenty-three (13.)_______________ in her purse.
Get her out of here.
Detective 2 comes in a drags out the Psychic.
DETECTIVE 1 (Cont.)
Dang, now she has me curious. I'm gonna have to go look in her purse.
END OF PLAY
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