Night. Cat enters a large, deserted theatre. Cat goes downstairs to the huge prop room, and runs into a man who says he is Dario Marzoni, the keeper. Almost his entire face is scarred, and he wears dark glasses, long hair and a large moustache; he also has a slight hunchback, and a limp. This man takes Cat to Felicia Winslow, a lady around 50; she was a famous actress, now retired. Her young protege Chris is the one who sent for Cat. Winslow's dog has been killed and placed in a casket, as a threat to her. Miss Winslow tells Cat someone intends to kill her. She asks, ""Will you save me?"" Cat nods. Miss Winslow is relieved; then she asks, ""And what is your name?"" He answers, ""Cat-- T. Hewitt Edward Cat."" (intro music)
Cat asks Miss Winslow who might want to kill her. She says that 20 years ago, her husband Wallace Lancaster killed her leading man (out of jealousy, we suspect). Lancaster got 20 years in prison, and was just released; (we assume she divorced him sometime when
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