Bang Bang!

Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland

Bang Bang (Thomas Dudley) was an eccentric elderly gentleman in Dublin in the 1950s and 1960s who achieved fame as a character in the city. A fan of cowboy films, Bang Bang used to travel the buses and trams of the city staging mock shoot-outs with passing people (hence his nickname). He carried a large church key in his pocket which he used as a ‘gun’. Dubliners, who enjoyed his good-natured antics, used to participate in his games, sometimes “returning fire” by pretending they had a gun in their hands and shouting “bang bang” back at him, or by falling down “dead” on the city streets when he suddenly appeared at the back of a bus or tram and “shot” them. On occasion Bang Bang even interrupted plays on stage by “shooting” the actors, generally to the amusement of actors and audiences alike. Radio and television presenter, Paddy Crosbie, wrote…

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