The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat

The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat, published 1949, is the seventh novel in the Five Find-Outers'Or mystery' series written by Enid Blyton.

First edition (publ. Methuen)
Illustrated by Joseph Abbey

PlotEdit

A theatre safe is rifled - and the main suspect is the Pantomime Cat. Or is it his friend Zoe? The five find-outers and dog are on the track - with the help of PC Pippin, who is standing in for Mr Goon. Despite all the false clues the find-outers have planted to throw the police off the scent, they finally discover the perpetrator.

CharactersEdit

  • Fatty - The chief of the Five Find-Outers and Dog
  • Larry - The former chief of the Five Find-Outers and Dog
  • Pip - A member of the Five Find-Outers and Dog
  • Bets - The youngest member of the Five Find-Outers and Dog
  • Daisy - A member of the Five Find-Outers and Dog
  • Buster - A black scottie dog owned by Fatty
  • PC Pippin - A policeman who replaced Mr. Goon
  • Mr. Goon - The local policeman
  • Boysie Summers - The pantomime cat in the Dick Whittington skit
  • Zoe Markham - Dick Whittington in the Dick Whittington skit
  • Alec Grant - Dick's mother in the Dick's Whittington skit
  • John James - The king in the Dick Whittington skit
  • William Orr - The captain of Dick's ship in the Dick Whittington skit
  • Peter Watting - Dick's master in the Dick Whittington skit
  • Lucy White - Margot, who is Dick Whittington's sweetheart in the Dick Whittington skit
  • Theatre Manager - The manager of the theatre where the skit is played

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