This version of "Where's the Money, Ronnie?" is pretty
much the same as the final 12 minute version which was released
to accompany the film "Smalltime".
The major differences between the two however, is that this version
has an extended ending and uses different music for the score..
To read the synopsis for the film, take a look at the 1996 "Where's
the Money, Ronnie?" page by clicking HERE
THE EXTENDED ENDING:
After the police interviews have been conducted, captions reveal
that Ronnie is sentenced to life in prison.. But because Ronnie
agrees to be in this documentary, prison life is very cushy for
him and we get to see him cleaning, excercising and even dancing
in his cell.
Further captions are shown which reveal that, three months before
Ronnie's release he met Jesus in his cell.. Three days after that,
Ronnie became a vicar.
The film then cuts to one month after Ronnie's release when we
find him at St Mary's Church.
Ronnie is not the only one at St Mary's though.. Jock of the
Spoono is working for Ronnie as a groundsman, keeping the graveyard
tidy.. It seems as though Ronnie's new Christian values have allowed
himself to forgive Jock for conspiring against him during the
investigation..This may well be the case, but it doesn't stop
Ronnie from having a bit of fun by winding Jock up every now and
again when he's trying to work.
"Pick all those up and I'll make you a nice corned beef and