Hollywood Greats: Key Line Pie

Hollywood Greats: Key Line Pie

Key Line Pie 

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This tangy biscuit based cream desert was a big cheese cake in Hollywood during the heyday of the silver service screen era. Extremely talented, for a pie, as a writer Key Line Pie penned many classics in the 1930s including ” Duck! Soup ! “, ” Little Caesar Salad ” and a second slapstick comedy staring the Macaque Brothers, ” Monkey Pickle Business “But with success came jealousy especially when the pie began writing itself into its own movies ( The Lunchpack Of Notre Dame, Citizen Sugarcane ) penning the best lines for itself.
Sidelined A list stars began to feel increasingly envious & humiliated by their treatment on set, sentiments that came to a head ( and some teeth ) in the infamously coined Gum Power Plot when lead actors attempted to devour Mr.Pie during the shooting of Arsenic And Old Cake ( 1944 ). Following this narrow escape Pie became reclusive and paranoid. Orson Wells never worked with the pie key line pie - 4again.
Rumors that Pie thereafter would cast only supermodels and jockeys in leading roles abounded. Some said that Pie would inject itself with E numbers to prolong its shelf life. And, as Pie continued to produce contemporary work ( The Dessert Fox, 1951), others claimed that there was a factory somewhere in the Californian hills that was churning out exact clones of Pie so it could continue its work. 
Pie is probably best remembered, however, for his animated classics ( Pienocchio, Bunbo, Peter Pancake, Butty & The Bistro ) in which the lead actors couldn’t eat him. The public forgave Pie’s eccentricities, charmed by the fairy tale features that gave rise to the phrase, ” a Pie ending “Eventually Pie withdrew from public life all together.
Some said he had perished. Others that he had been accidentally killed by a clown, having secured a ringside seat near the prop table when the circus was in town. The most popular theory, however, was that Pie had frozen itself until such a time when culinary science had advanced sufficiently enough to allow it to live forever
just like his films do in our memories.

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Nick Jackson was born in the UK, the land of gunpowder tea, but moved to America to escape exploding cups of tea.

He now lives in Florida where he attempts come to terms with concepts such as how flat everything is and whether the alligator is a golfer’s natural predator.

Nick has written for Monkey Pickles from the beginning, as established in Cern, Switzerland, with the discovery of the long-sought Monkey Pickle Particle. He is somewhat “freaked out” by writing in the third person.

Nick is motivated to write for the pleasure of the experience rather than to pay the bills, but he does recognize that pleasure is still not an acceptable method of payment in most respectable retail outlets. He hopes to raise a smile or two before being ejected from the store.