Announcer~ Los Angelis he walks again by night. out of the fog and into the smog (cough cough)
Relentlessly, ruthlessly, (ďI wonder where Ruth isĒ) doggedly (bark bark) toward his weekly meeting with the unknown. At 4th and Drucker he turns left, at Drucker and 4th he turns right, he crosses McArthur Park & walks into a great sandstone building! (oh my nose!) Groping for the door he steps inside (telephones starts ringing) climbs the 13 steps to his office. he walks in, heís ready for mystery, heís ready for excitement, heís ready for anything heísÖ
Nick Danger~ Nick Danger Third Eye!
Telephone Guy~ Hi um Iíd like to order a pizza to go and no anchovies
ND~ No Anchovies? You got the wrong man I spell my name Danger! (Click)
Announcer~ the makers of fantastic cigarettes long in the leaf and short in the can bring you Another true story from the tattered casebook of Nick Danger Third Eye lets join him now in the adventure we call ďCut Him Off At The Past!Ē
ND~ Lets get down to business, uncross those beautiful stems of yours baby hereís is the case I call
Number 666. It all began innocently enough on Tuesday. I was sitting in my office on that
Drizzly afternoon listening to the monotonous staccato of rain on my desktop and reading
My name on the glass of my office door ďREGNAD KCINĒ my secretary lay snoring on the
Floor her long beautiful gems pinioned under the couch. I didnít hear him enter but my
Nostrils flared at the smell of his perfume. Pyramid Petchulli! There was only one joker in
LA sensitive enough to wear that scent and I had to find out who he was
RR~ Good Afternoon Mr.ÖDanger I'm Rocky Rococo.
ND~ Thanks half pint you just saved me a lot of investigative work.
RR~ Maybe yes maybe noÖdo you know what this is?
ND~ I had to think for a minute what cruel game was he playingÖuh thatís a brown paper
RR~ thatís correct now look inside Mr. Danger, what do you see?
ND~ Thatís easy thatís a pickle
RR~ Very good! Now I think you are ready for this! (Clunk)
ND~ Why thatís nothing but a 2 bit ring from a crackerback jox!
RR~ Iíll sell it too you for $5,000
ND~ Ha what kind of chump do you take me for?
RR~ First Class!
ND~ That tarnished piece of tin is worthless!
RR~ Worthless ha ha (cough cough) Not to Melanie Haber!
ND~ Melanie Haber?
RR~ You may remember her as Audrey Farber
ND~ Audrey Farber?
RR~ Susan Underhill?
ND~ Susan Underhill?
RR~ How about Betty Joe Bealoski? (Organ)
ND~ (thinking) Betty Joe Bealoski, I hadnít heard that name since college everyone knew her as Nancy then
It all came rushing back to me like a hot kiss on the end of a wet fist. It was Pig Night at Om
Made Pagme Sigma House. We had escaped from the crowd and stood trembling under the dwarf maples.
::FLASH BACK STARTS::
Nancy~ Oh Nicky I donít know what to say this is the most beautiful ring Iíve ever seen
Young ND~ Yeah Nancy its really neat it cost me $5000
N~ oh Nicky how can I ever repay you?
YND~ well gee whiz Nancy how about 500 down and a 36 month contract
YND~ or you could marry me (ORGAN)
N~ thatís impossible nick, I cant marry you I cant even tell you why. maybe some day
YND~ alright Nancy I understand sign here (pen against paper sound)
N~ Oh nick Iíll never forgive you
YND~ Iíll never forget you neither Nancy
::FLASH BACK FADES OUT::
ND~ and thatís why I called you today Nancy I mean Mrs. Haber, something reminded me of that
Time so long ago under the dwarf maples
N~I donít know what prompted you to get in touch wit me you called just in the nick of time
ND~ I see you still havenít lost your delicate sense of humor have you Nancy
N~ What? Nick I canít talk to now you have to get out here right away my husbandÖ itís the same old place
in Santa Barbara. Nicky oh hurry Nicky I need you! (Click the line goes dead)
ND~ Nancy! I slipped the ring in my nose and the receiver in my pocket and headed for the door
Quickly But I had forgotten the little man with the evil grin
RR~ Just a second Danger! What about my pickle!
ND~ youíre lucky youíve still got your brown paper bag! You small change!
RR~ Danger You havenít seen the last of me!
ND~ No but the first of you turns my stomach
RR~ Youíll be hearing from me again Danger!
ND~ I headed down the hall in the opposite direction toward the fire escape I hadnít a moment to
LB~ Hey Danger whereís the fire?
ND~ In your eyes Lieutenant Bradshaw
LB~ Donít get wise with me peeper youíre lucky we didnít burn you for the in soma pederasty case
ND~ Look you caught him didn't ya?
LB~ Yeah but the punk got away! No thanks to you
ND~ Well what brings your flat feet sniffing around here now copper?
LB~ Just a friendly word of advice Danger,
ND~ Yeah what?
LB~ donít go sticking your big nose into police business
ND~ Sure Lieutenant is that all?
LB~ no! Donít talk with your mouth full
ND~ ok Bradshaw
LB~ And Donít fidget while I talk to you!
ND~ Sure Lieutenant!
LB~ and stop tracking mud across my nice clean floor!
ND~ OK! When I hit the street the rain had turned LA into a mud river. It was a short swim Down Al
Dorado to my Convertible. I had to get to Santa Barbara in a big hurry! As I whipped onto Monhollen Drive the lights were just twinkling on across the San Ferdanino Valley. I could barely make Them out through the driving rain, then a hard right now Big Chuchunga Canyon my Tires squealed as I hit several people, a right, a left, a left, another right, a left to the Body a right and into a gas station! Hey Pop!
Old Man~ Alright Alright hold your horses I'm coming! There you are
ND~ Where am I?
OM~ You cant get there from here
ND~ But Iím looking for the same old place
OM~ Oh my must mean the Old Same Place sonny, its right out back! Hereís the key (Clunk)
ND~ Four hours later I parked my car in the carriage house and walked up the gray gravel driveway
Between a line of dwarf maples toward the pillared entrance of the Same Mansion. It had
Been snowing in Santa Barbara ever seen the top of the page and I had to shake the
Cornstarch of my mukluks as I lifted the large heavy obsidian door knocker ďhey in there
Open up! Your door knocker fell off!Ē
C~ Whats all this broohaha?
ND~ Broohaha ha ha ha
C~ ha ha ha
ND~ ha ha ha
C~ Ha ha ( slams door in his face)
ND~ wait a minute hey donít you want this door knocker?
C~ We already have one!
ND~ but this is yours!
C~ You see! I told you, we used to have another one but it vanished mysteriously. Alright come in
Out of the cornstarch and dry your mukluks by the fire (door closes) let me introduce
myself I'm Nick Danger
ND~ No let me introduce myself I'm Nick Danger
C~ If youíre so smart why donít you pick up your cues faster?
ND~ Are those my cues?
C~ Yes and they must be dry by now, Why donít you pull them up out of the cellophane before they
Scorch all rightcha can I take your hat and coat?
ND~ yes sir
C~ Now I assume youíve come to see my mistress Mr. Danger
ND~ I donít care about your private life and what his name is I came here to see NancyÖ I mean
C~ Mrs. Haber?
ND~ Audrey Farber?
C~ Audrey Farber?
ND~ How about Betty Joe Bealoski
C~ Oh! You mean Nancy! Well Sheís in the aviary studying trees I shall return with her straight away
You may wait here in the sitting room or you can sit here in the waiting room
ND~ There was something fishy about the butler, I think he was a Pisces probably working for scale
I felt a thin shiver run up my spine as I sat down on the cold marble floor. what was it about
This place? The atmosphere was as phony as the Tudor balustrade that leered at me from
The top of the staircase. And there she stood radiant all those curves showing through
That flimsy burnoose.
ND~ It was Nancy running down the stairs (footsteps running) All the familiar sounds and smells of
Pig night came rushing back to me like a good snort of scotch then it struck me 20 years later and she still knocked me out Uh! (organ )
N~ Nick nick darling (slapping sound) oh nick nick nick Nicky nick nick nick! Nick wake up oh nick
Are you alright?
ND~ oh yes (slapping continues)
N~ Then stop slapping me! (slapping stops)
ND~ Oh oh Nancy whatís the birds eye low down on this caper whatever that means
N~ Nick (becoming mumbled) we cant talk here!
ND~ (mumbling and muffled) huh uh what?
N~ (Still mumbled) we cant talk here!
ND~ (still mumbled) what do you mean we cant talk here?
N~ (mumbled) we cant talk here!
ND~ (mumbled) oh oh youíre right we cant talk here what do we do?
N~ (Mumbled) Follow me! This way (footsteps) (now speaking clear but soft) this is much better,
Weíre in the chapel now its soundproof so no one can hear us
ND~ What did you say?
N~ I said no one can hear us
ND~ What ?
N~ Follow me
N~ Take My hand, this way ahh this is much better
ND~ Yeah pretty fancy layout you got here Nancy? What is this your boudoir?
N~ Oh no, these are the kennels
ND~ Putting on the dog eh? Well I say where are all the doggies?
N~ Theyíve mysteriously disappeared
ND~ Oh yeah?
N~ Yes I just told you. along with the servants they were very attached to one another
N~ at the wrist and ankles
ND~ Wait a minute you said all the servants disappeared,
N~ Did I?
ND~ what about your butler?
N~ Oh you mean Catherwood?
C~ Yes, madam?
ND & N~ (GASP!)
N~ Oh Catherwood, you startled me
C~ I'm sorry madam
N~ Well what are you doing down on all fours
C~ I'm looking for my script why donít you go on without me
ND~ Listen Nancy I smell a rat
C~ So do I, I think heís got my script
N~ Ah Catherwood you look for it alright?
ND~ P. U.
N~ Ah nick quick through this secret panel (Catherwood is mumbling in the back)
(grunts and ooooffs)
ND & N~ This is the portrait gallery (ha) this is the portrait
N~ Thereís an echo in here ha ha this is the portrait gallery nick itís the safest room in the
Mansion no one can find us here
ND~ Alright Nancy
ND & N~ Get your hands off me!
ND~ Whatís the scoop?
N~ Chocolate butterscotch or Rocky RocoÖroad (organ)
ND~ (thinking) That reminded me, how had she gotten herself involved with that slimy weasel
Rococo and how do I make my voice do this?
N~ Oh Nick oh Nicky nick nick nick It all began twenty years ago with the mysterious
Disappearance of my husband.
ND~ You mean you were already married when I sold you that ring? (thinking) no wonder she
Hadnít been able to meet the payments
ND~ So that was your secret. What a sap Iíve been
N~ Oh yes but that night the strangest thing happened
ND~ that usually goes along with just being married
N~ My husband Johnny oh nick I wanted to tell you the horrible truth the whole truth all of it the man behind
C~ Tea Madam?
ND~ Oh let me handle this Nancy, uh far out Catherwood just roll a couple of bombers and leave them on the
C~ yes madam (crash! Nancy begins to sob) oh I say pardon me madam I seemed to have crashed it its been
such a long Exposition you know. im so tired
ND~Oh Catherwood cant you see you are upsetting Nancy? Leave us alone
C~ Well how much would you like sir? 500? 1000?
ND~ Am-scray Oster-bay
C~ Oh of course and no kookachook to you to
C~ yes Iím so tired I havenít slept in weeks Iím so tired (door closed)
ND~ Alright Nancy go on with your story start with your dreadful secret
N~ Oh nick I cant I cant Iím so confused!
ND~ Well why donít you just hold your thumb next to your lines see like this
ND~ This way I donít get confused and I donít lose my place
N~ I feel faint the whole world is spinning
ND~ Thatís lucky for us Nancy if the world was flat all the Chinese would fall off
N~ Ahhh (crash she faints)
ND~ Well sheís no fun she fell right over, wait a minute didnít I say that line on the other side of the record?
Where am I? I better check
(Recording noises of people but you cant tell the words)
ND~ Itís ok their speaking Chinese. poor Nancy sheís fainted. Iíll just wrap her skirt around her head like this
To keep her warm and now press her body to mine to keep me warm (Nancy is making ooh ahh noises
Nick starts thinking) She looked so helpless there spread-eagled on the floor I beat the eagle off and
Her a quick mouth to mouth resuscitation check and then it struck me (slap!) (Speaking in a hoarse
Voice) what a slap she had! (Nick falls to the floor unconscious and Catherwood enters)
C~ Good girl Nancy That ought to hold him for a while
N~ Oh poor Nicky heís bleeding Iíll tear this strip off my petticoat (ripping noise)
C~ if you want to
N~ Ah there you tie him up with this Iíll go through his pockets
C~ Alright (Nick seems to be regaining consciousness) careful careful donít wake him up!
N~ Oh that contract must be on him somewhere!
ND~ (half awake) oh Audrey
RR~ You fools havenít you found the contract yet your time is almost up!
C~ Rococo you slimy blackmailer how did you get in here you donít have a key!
RR~ No! only half a key
RR~I had to split it with the sound effects man (in background ďkeep rolling) where is the contract you
Absentminded old frog?
N~ wait wait here it is here it is I found it! It was taped to his leg
RR~ give me that
N~ Oh (paper sound)
RR~ haha Iíve got it at last!
C~ Alright alright now maybe youíll leave us in peace Rococo, give me the negative
RR~ of course here it is (thick paper sound)
C~ Oh at last now we are out of your evil clutches
N~ Dan Dan wait a minute look at this negative! This isnít us, itís an interesting approach but it isnít us!
C~ Sheís right! What are you trying to pull on me Rococo?
RR~ Oh my goodness I must have sent the wrong negative to the police Ö I mean I must have left yours
in The car let me go and get it
C~ Just a second Rococo youíre not going nowhere until you explain what you have done with that filthy
Piece of blackmail!
RR~ Are you threatening me? Why you stupid toad! I ought to beat your brain out
N~ No! Put down that pickle!
C~ Youíll never get away with this Rococo!
RR~ Oh yeah didntcha ever see Casablanca? (Continues talking through Nicks speech)
ND~ (thinking) the sick veil of pain lifted enough for me to eyeball the situation. Rococo that sleazy weasel,
How did he get in here? And what was he doing with a pickle in one hand and my contract in the other
I had no choice Nancy and the old butler were frozen with terror I struggled quietly to my feet and
Flung myself head first at Rococoís stomach! UH! (Crash bang boom)
N~ Oh thank you! You saved our lives!
ND~ this aint no time for ticker tape parades baby get me out of these ropes and into a good belt of scotch
C~ Uh let me hold that contract for you Mr. Danger (grabs for paper)
ND~ Iíll keep that contract Catherwood
ND~ But you can take this pickle off my hands
N~ Uh no I think you better hold on to that Nick
ND~ Good thinking sweetheart, Lieutenant Bradshaw will need all the evidence he can get
C~ Ah yes ha ha and you should stick around too Danger, you can help him put all the pieces together
N~ No no, a LEFT (punch and connect sound)
ND~ Oh! (Thinking) I felt as if I was being kicked in the head by the whole chorus line at Minskeyís, so
Nancy was in on this caper I felt myself going under. the biggest long shot that Louie Ahileaha
Wouldnít put a fin on my fate this time something told me I was out for lunch! I even began to hear
Things! (Uh through the rest of this)(Nancyís voice, ďI'll never forgive you!Ē Lieutenant Bradshawís
Voice, ďKeep your nose out of police business Danger!Ē Catherwoodís voice ďmay I take your hat and
Coat sir?Ē Rococoís voice ďwhat about my pickle!Ē)
Announcer~ Weíll be back to Nick Danger after this message!
LB~ Alright hold it right where you are! Iím Lieutenant Bradshaw with a piece of advice for you. Now here in
The studio its all knuckles and know-how but when that red light goes off Iím just plain Harry Abe:
Citizen and Weekend Father now take a tip from a cop who does. radio work can be just as dirty and
Exciting as hunting down public enemy number 1. So when I get home my old lady knows just what I
Need and how, a warm heaping bowlful of Luciners castor-oil flakes with real glycerin vibrafoam, it
Doesnít just wash your mouth out it cleans the system right on down the line so come on you little
Rookies and tell you mom to get on it and do it everyday just remember what the guys down at the
Precinct house say:
Oh it aint no use if you aint got the boost the boost you get from Luciners
The all weather breakfast!
Announcer~ and now we return to you to act 3 of Nick Danger Third Eye (organ)
ND~ When the crazy escalator ride ended I fought my way back up to the land of the living. I came to
Slumped over in the front seat of my own car lying in a pool of cheap vodka I had a head full of ideas
That were driving me insane and a mouth full of cotton candy.
LB~ Ya want some more cotton candy Danger? It might sober you up
ND~ Oh my head, Bradshaw, baby I never thought Iíd be happy to see your ugly mug
LB~ Save the wisecracks for the warden Danger I got you this time and I got you good
ND~ What are you talking about?
LB~ Get out of that car
ND~ Hey címon
LB~ If you can stand up and keep your hands high I got you covered!
ND~ Hey whatís this all about Bradshaw you know I never carry a rod!
LB~ Yeah but its murder what some people can do with a car and Iíve got witnesses to prove it!
N~ Thereís that man! Keep me away from him! He did it he did it!
LB~ Take it easy little lady!
ND~ I donít know why you are doing this Nancy but it doesnít change my feelings about you! (Nancy sobbs)
N~ Oh nick youíre such a tool! He did it he did it!
LB~ Alright alright take it easy little lady now lets get these facts straight! Take this down Henderson. Ok
Professor how did it happen?
C~ Well sergeantÖ
C~ Yes, Mrs. Farber and I were sitting right here in the living room engaged in a friendly round of spin the
Pickle. Werenít we dear (Nancy: ďyeahĒ) Yes with our good friend Mr. Rococo (N~ he did it he did it)
Then the door flew open and this drunken madman right here drove in honking wildly and headed
Straight for us!
ND~ Heís lying!
LB~ Can it Danger!
C~ Yes at the last possible second he stopped on a dime. Unfortunately the dime was in Mr. Rococoís
ND~ I'm gonna break your neck Catherwood!
LB~ Alright alright
ND~ Let me at him! (LB continues Alrights!)
LB~ Danger Iíve heard enough! Weíll get the rest of the story down at the station house from you. Iíve
Been waiting for this for years
ND~ Wise up Bradshaw
LB~ Week in and week out (ND~ I didnít do it) Playing second fiddle while you got all the girls
Well im tired of being Mr. Nice Guy next week thereís gonna be some changes made around here. Next
Week this show is gonna be called Ö
Announcer~ Sargent Bradshaw District Attoney!
LB~ and I will have my own theme music and it will take place in Washington D.C. and no plots just girls
And guys doing nice simple things against Nazis and Fifth Columnists and no Jewish writers either
ND~ (thinking) I saw my chance and I took it. Bradshaw would never listen to my story now it had more holes
Than Albert Hole my only way out was, like this! (uh! Crash bang boom! C~ Nancy Nancy watch out!)
Hold it everybody! Catherwood Iíve got Bradshawís rod pressed against Nancyís head! Now you spill
The beans or Iíll her blow brain out!
C~ I think youíre bluffing flat foot! (BANG! N~ Oh! Thump!) No you werenít bluffing.
ND~ Alright talk
C~ It all began twenty years ago I was a freshman in college then well you wouldnít hardly believe it look at
Me now. I had just completed work on my science project and I invited Nancy down to reveal the secret
::FLASH BACK STARTS::
Young C~ Well this is it Nancy how do you like it?
N~ So this is where youíve been every night since weíve got married
YC~ Sure is
N~ Oh Nicky it thought
YC~ Danny but donít say it Nancy I know its been hard but I wanted to give you the swellest honeymoon
A girl has ever had weíre going to Greece
N~ To swim the English channel?
YC~ No no to Ancient Greece where burning sappho lubbed and sang and stroked the wine dark sea in the
Temple by the wah da do dah
YC~ Donít you see Nancy Iíve built the perfect time machine!
N~ Oh it sounds dangerous
YC~ Yes thatís why Iím going to try it out first! Now when I get in the grandfather clock hit me over the head
With the bottle of champagne set the dial for 1000 and put in 3 dimes. Iíll be gone for a 1000
N~ Oh A thousand oh thatís longer than anyone has ever been gone before!
YC~ But to you it will only seem like a minute fare thee well my love now forward into the PAST!
(crash clink clink clink whrr whrr)
N~ Gee! I hope he gets back before all this dry ice melts! (Creaky door sound) Whoís there?
RR~ Mrs. Faber?
N~ whoís that?
RR~ I'm Rocky Rococo you may have seen me loitering around the drugstore drinking chocolate malted
Vulcanís and giving away free high schools
N~ Well what are you doing here? And what do you want?
RR~ Iím here for a friend Mrs. Haber. If you sign a contract youíre supposed to keep up the payments!
N~ Oh you must be a friend of Nickís Well he couldnít want his money already he only just gave me
The ring last night Iím wearing it see!
RR~ Oh yes thatís a very pretty hand you have there! (N~ AHH! RR~ Ah ha ha ha! )
N~ Let go of my hand!
C~ Oh Nancy Nancy itís a success Iím back itís a success! I have proof Iíve been to Ancient Greece! See look
At this grape!
N~ Who are you old man! And what have you done with my husband?
C~ What do you mean Nancy I am your husband!
N~ Ahh! No!
C~ Well whoís that ugly dwarf with his hand in your mouth?
RR~ Rocky Rococo at your cervix!
ND~ (breaking in!) Alright alright I Catherwood Iíve heard just enough!
C~ Listen Iím telling this story young man! What are you doing in my flashback?
ND~ Flashback? What are you talking about, FlashbackÖ. Alright all of you stay right where you are!
Put your thumb on your place in your script while I figure this out! (everyone says ok or alright)
(thinking) so that was her horrible secret. poor Nancy married to a man 1000 years old! Now I
understood why all the servants disappeared! It was Catherwood had killed Rococo to protect
my Betty Joe!
N~ Who is he talking to? And how does he make his voice do that?
ND~ There you are Bradshaw your confession I hope you got it all down! Bradshaw! Bradshaw? Thatís right
Heís not in this flashback! Oh how do I? Oh Iíll skip ahead! No I cant do thatÖeveryone into the
Time machine (protest from them)
C~ Wait a minute wait a minute! No no no no no no! You donít understand how radio works! This is my flashback! All I have to do to return us to the present is make my voice fade out like this and cue
The organist! (organ!) And you see here we are (double voice)oh my goodness!
LB~ Whatís happening? Am I seeing double? Thereís two of everybody except me!
ND~ (double voice) Pandemonium was breaking out all around me! Wait a minute who are you? I was here
First! You imposter take that (punch punch)
Young N~ oh why thatís terrible
Old N~ you keep away from him you young hussy!
YN~ Who are you calling a hussy you old bag?!
ON~ How dare you talk to me like that!
YN~ I can talk to me anyway I want to!
ON~ What nerve Iím not you youíre me 20 years ago!
YN~ What? You have a lot of nerve to say Iím gonna look like that in 20 years!
N~ (double voice)there aint room enough in this dress for the both of us! have at you! Gezunhiet! (rip!)
OC~ Well this is a bit of fun isnít it!
YC~ Yes it certainly is! Glad to have someone my own age to talk to after all these years
OC~ Why donít we sing something!
YC~ well Iíve forgotten the key!
OC~ Oh thatís alright Iíve got a lid out in the car!
YC~ David (together double voice) Outcast Woman living a life apart, where did your story begin?
Outcast (interrupted by RR)
RR~ Stop singing you old fools! Canít you see someoneís been crushed here under this car! Oh! Oh my God
Its me! I donít look at all well! Iím dead! Iíve been killed oh ho! This hasnít happened to me since..
ND~ (double voice) I did a quick 20 20 on the whole scene I had thought that I was the only one going
Insane but now we were all in this together! I knew what I had to do! I didnít like it but me before
Aright everybody take off yourÖ.
Different Announcer~ Ladies and Gentlemen we interrupt this scheduled transmission to bring you an
Announcement of national importance from the White House in Washington D.C. Ladies and
Gentlemen (pause) Ladies and Gentlemen the President to the United States.
President~ My fellow Americans this morning at 6:25 A.M. Pacific Standard Time combined elements of the
Imperial Japanese Navy and Air Forces ruthlessly attacked our naval base at Pearl Harbor, in the
Hawaiian Islands I have conferred this morning with the Congress and the Chiefs of Staff and
Emergency Session we have reached our rendezvous with destiny it is our unanimous and
Irrevocable decision that the United States of America, unconditionally surrender. And now my wife
And I would like to return with you for the thrilling conclusion of Private Nick Danger, Third Eye
ND~ Ö Iíve solved another one for you
LB~ Danger Iíll never know how you do it, I was sure I had the goods on you this time
ND~ Well Bradshaw its like in the army ya know the great prince issues commands, founds states, vests
Families with thieves, inferior people should not be employed
LB~ Nick I cant knock success but you still put me through too many changes (ORGAN)
Announcer~ The makers of Luciners Castor Oil Flakes and Fantastic Cigarettes, Luciners for the smile of
Beauty, Fantastics for the smile of success have brought you the transcribed Adventures of Nick
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