Oh, please don't hurt me! I'll do what ever you want!
Look kid, I know your brother-in-law is a blacksmith so I want a file and some food. If you tell anyone you helped me you will have a gravestone with your name on it.
Oh Pip, you should go to London to grow and become a gentleman.
Becoming a Gentleman
A secret benefactor, who has chosen to remain anonymous, has left you a fortune.
The Secret Benefactor
Pip, its me the convict that you helped. I am your secret benefactor. Let me see your hands.
Oh man, I thought you where dead!
Pip as a young boy , studying his parents grave, is threatened by a runaway convict. The mysterious and frightening prisoner demands food and a file from Pip knowing his brother- in-law is a blacksmith. Pip quickly obeys.
Years ahead of what happened in the graveyard, Pip dreams of becoming a gentleman. His dream becomes a reality when a lawyer comes to his home and says that a secret benefactor has given Pip a small fortune . Pip is now going to become a gentleman.
Late one night in London, where Pip is staying to become a gentleman, there is a knock at the door. To his surprise it is the runaway convict who Pip helped all those years ago. The convict claims to be Pip's secret benefactor! Although Pip is not pleased his money came from a commoner, no less a convict.