Little Irma


Little Irma is a neighborhood girl whose mother insists that she recite in Fawn Ocheltree's play for Prince Dalmar El Faro's phony benefit for the Trombonians. Irma never gets past "Twinkle, twinkle" before she is removed from the stage on four occasions. After the play comes to a sudden end because of an exploding box of fireworks, Irma gets her chance to recite without interruption, but wails that she forgot what comes after the first two words.

The actress who played Irma is unidentified.


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