“Holy crap! I can speak English!”
Chicky, left, portrayed by Noah Applebaum has, since meeting an extraterrestrial being, spoken nothing but Spanish. Suddenly, his ability to speak his native tongue returns, an occurrence he proclaims to Mr. Ed Gotwalt, as himself, center. The “alien girl,” portrayed by Beth Behrs prepares to say good bye on what is slated to be her last night on Earth, and the last night of shooting “Route 30, Too.” (John Messeder/Gettysburg Times)

Tuesday was the last night of filming at Mr. Ed’s, an elephant museum and peanut and candy emporium on Route 30, just west of Tick Tock. It also was the night an extraterrestrial being who had become friends with the crowd that hung out at Mr. Ed’s, was scheduled to leave Earth

“I’ve got a nice big role in this one,” Mr. Ed Gotwalt said of “Route 30, Too,” sequel to the 2008 movie, “Route 30.” The 74-year-old peanut purveyor had a role in the original movie, and will appear in about 20 scenes on the second.

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