At the Casa del Gato, Serafina, a pretty flamenco dancer, is doing her number. Cat says, ""Beautiful""; Pepe, looking at the night's receipts, says, ""Beautiful."" Cat observes, ""You are getting old, my friend-- you appreciate the wrong figures."" But Carlos the waiter appreciates Serafina's beauty. Just then, Miguel Figueroa, a famous Spanish matador who now has a slight limp, enters along with his fellow matadors Luiz and Frederico, and the Count de Vallares. Pepe greets Figueroa, and seats him at the head table. Mysteriously, a hand pulls a dagger from a coat-of-arms display on the wall. The dagger flies at Figueroa's head, but at the last instant, Cat pulls him to safety. Miguel Figueroa asks, ""And to whom do I owe my life?"" The man in black answers, ""Cat--T. Hewitt Edward Cat."" (intro music)
Later, Figueroa is having drinks with Pepe, Cat, and Count de Vallares; Luiz and Frederico are at the next table. Captain McAllister shows up with the dagger, and says there were no finge
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