KING CHARLES III - CHARACTERS

 

King Charles III is keen to upgrade the military, to include robotic soldiers ground troops,. He hears about the Magic Dinobot, because Timothy Watson lets slip that his son has managed to crack some of the developments, that the MOD and DARPA, have not been successful on to date.

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King Charles III reached for his desk phone. "I say Penny, could you get me the Prime Minister, and then Field Marshal Sir Rodney Dunbar - will you." Speaking to his private secretary. "Make it a scrambled conference call. Thank you." The King smiled gratefully.

 

Of course your Majesty. Penny (Penelope), Lady Moneysworth, had been on the Kings staff for long enough to know when something important had cropped up.

 

"Call for the Prime Minister." "Right away please." The receptionist at Number 10, was exceptionally efficient also.

 

Prime Minister, Edward Thomas, answered. "Thomas here." 

 

"Hold the line please. The King would like a word with you, and Sir Rodney. A security conference call."

 

"Righto, Ms Moneysworth. Holding the line."

 

Lady Moneyworth called the MI6 hotline. "Hello, call for Sir Rodney Dunbar."

 

Calls of this kind from Buckingham Palace, were high priority, 24/7, 365 days of the year. They were also very rare occurrences.

"Dunbar speaking. 

 

A call from the King, with the PM included."

 

"Thankyou Ms Moneysworth."

 

The King heard the connections making. "Gentlemen, firstly, thank you for your swift response. But, what am I to make of the Jimmy Watson, Memo? Speak plainly please."

 

"Sorry, your Majesty," said Edward Thomas, "did you say the Jimmy Watson Memo?"

 

"That I did."

 

"You Majesty, pardon me for interjecting, the PM may not have had the opportunity to read the document. I'll ping it over to him." The Field Marshall, sent the email. A few moments silence followed, during which the PM scanned the document.

 

"Okay, seen it thank you. Perhaps Sir Rodney might take point?"

 

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King Charles the 3rd sends a Christmas telegram to Jimmy Watson: "Congratulations on your new friend."

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The King's official place of business in the UK is:

 

Buckingham Palace

London

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MAGIC DINOBOT CAST

 

 

PROTAGONISTS

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DESCRIPTION

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Anthony Maximus Antonious Decimus Meridius

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The DinoBot hexapod AI activated, modern autonomous gladiator

Father Christmas

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Santa Claus

Field Marshall Sir Rodney Dunbar

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MI6 robotics & human enhanced soldiers R&D

Hannibal Henderson

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Physics teacher, Hailsham Community College

Jimmy Watson

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Programming boy genius

Julia Roberts

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A Mathlete & Jimmy's ally

King Charles III

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British & Commonwealth head of state

Lady Penelope Moneysworth DBE

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Private Secretary to the King & Queen

Marion Watson (Mrs)

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Wife of Timothy, mother of Jimmy, retired teacher

Peter Morgan

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Headmaster, Hailsham Community College

Queen Camilla

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Consort to King Charles III

Reginald Roger Rippengall

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Teacher, technical & IT, Hailsham Community College

Edward Thomas

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British Prime Minister, an unusually honest politician

President Lincoln Truman

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President of the United States of America

Timothy Watson

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British (MI6) Army General, stationed in Germany

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CHARACTERS: ANTAGONISTS

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DESCRIPTION

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Detective Harriet Rose Winter

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Special adolescent liaison officer

Harold Holland

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Chief Constable, Metropolitan police, Scotland Yard

Jamie Moonlight

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School chum of Johnny Baxter, bully & vandal who hates nerds

Johnny Baxter

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School bully, Jimmy's nemesis (The Johnson) 

Jack Mason

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US CIA operative, enhanced soldiers programme DARPA

Inspector Nigel Matthew Coltman

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Stationed at Deer Paddock, Hailsham

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