Evidence that classic titles without their main characters could still be good entertainment
In 1930s America, mice and rabbits get on with their lives in peace.
Voldemort wears a puzzled expression.
Boat for sale, suitable for three or more men, and dog (optional), unused.
Sancho Panza finds himself the unexpected star of various adventures.
Various corpses get to keep their body parts.
Rochester stares moodily into the fire a lot more.
Ishmael ends up fishing for skipjack tuna.
In the absence of a crazed doctor to use them for transformational purposes, someone uses the salts for their chips.
A rye field lies undisturbed.
A late 19th century portrait painter, without a cocky young rake to paint, embarks on a still life of some fruit.
Women in Whitby find other uses for garlic.
Various horses find their own way to Canterbury, un-entertained by lewd stories.
Max de Winter's second wife can wear what she likes at parties without censure.
A lion and a wardrobe do their best to create narrative tension between them.
Doctor Watson doles out remedies for the common cold and knee injuries.
A class of 1930s Edinburgh schoolgirls get a cover teacher and do worksheets on semi-colons.
|Have you heard, darling? Shakespeare wants to ditch us and call his play 'And?'|