Robinson Crusoe: A Pantomime

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S. French, 1983 - Drama - 83 pages
This exciting, adventure packed pantomime traces Robinson Crusoe's voyage to Tobago where he hopes to locate the hidden treasure shown on the map given to him by Old Jim. Blackpatch, the Pirate, stows away on board, and later enlists the help of Jack boot and his band of bloodthirsty Pirates in an attempt to steal the treasure. Unfortunately Crusoe reckoned without Demon Oylslick, whose threat to pollute the High Seas is later repelled by Fairy Detergent. Crusoe encounters Man Friday and some hungry Cannibals, led by Queen Wotta Woppa, on the Island after his amazing shipwreck. However, the treasure is found, and all ends happily, despite the Grunting Gorillas, after some marvelous comedy moments from Mrs. Crusoe, Bill and Ben, and a lot of joyous audience participation.

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