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Phantom the Opera Dialog

Phantom the Opera Dialog

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Published by Nazmi Hanafi

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Published by: Nazmi Hanafi on Jul 11, 2010
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Paris, 1919.Public Auction Today Sold. Your number sir? Thank you. Lot 663 then, ladies and gentlemen: a poster for this house's production of 'Hannibal' by Chalumeau. Showing here. Do I have ten francs? Five then, Five I am bid. Six, seven. Against you, sir, seven. Eight.? Eight once. Selling twice. Sold, to Monsieur Lefevre. Thank you very much Lot : a wooden pistol and three human skulls, from the production of 'Robert le Diable' by Meyerbeer. Ten francs for this.
 Ten, thank you. Ten still. Fifteen, thank you. Fifteen I am bid. Going at fifteen. Your number sir? Lot ladies and gentlemen: a papier-mache musical boxin the shape of a barrel organ. Attached, the figure of a monkeyin Persian robes, playing the cymbals. This item, discovered in the vaults of the theatre,still in working order, ladies and gentlemen. Showing here. May I commence at fifteen francs? Fifteen, thank you. Yes, twenty from you, sir, thank you very much. Madame Giry, twenty-five, thank you, Madame 
 Twenty-five I am bid. Do I hear thirty? Thirty. And thirty-five? Selling at thirty francs, then. Thirty once, thirty twice. Sold, for thirty francs to the Vicomte de Chagny. Thank you sir. A collector's piece indeed... every detail exactly as she said... Will you still play, when all the rest of us are dead... Lot then: a chandelier in pieces. Some of you may recall the strange affairof the Phantom of the Opera:a mystery never fully explained. We are told, ladies and gentlemen, that this is thevery chandelier which figures in the famous disaster. Our workshops have repaired it and wiredparts of it for the new electric light

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