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A Streetcar Named Le Petit Lafitte

Narrated by: Lindsay Ellision
Length: 51 mins
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Little Louie Lafitte discovers an old rusty streetcar in a New Orleans graveyard. The seats are occupied by skeletons wearing eye patches and bandannas. Suddenly, they emit a hair-raising, "Harr Harr!"

Little Louie, who is a direct descendent of the famous Pirates Lafitte, realizes the skeletons are itching for a good pirate adventure. And so, the ghostly streetcar creaks and groans out of the mist, picking up unsuspecting tourists. Good devilish fun for all ages.

©2004 Meatball Fulton (P)2004 ZBS Foundation

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Fun kids' story

Fun, New Orleans themed kids' ghost story. The accent is delightful and cute, but it may not be everyone's cup of tea. Might be best in short installments..