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10 thoughts on “The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat

  1. says:

    This was a fantastic novel. Very interesting. I wish I could be a find outer too because their mysteries are so amazing and this one was one of my favourites. Really a nice one. In the starting it was really difficult for them to solve this mystery but off course it was young bets who suddenly had a brainwave and as usual fatty used his clever mind to solve the mystery along with the other four and the dog!!

    Also I wish Enid Blyton was alive so she could write more books like these !!


  2. says:

    This is quite a grown-up style mystery, but the children manage to solve it. One of the best books from Blyton's Mystery series.


  3. says:

    Findouters Challenge: Book 7. The second of the Findouters books with a “cat” in the title and theme. In this one, Goon is going away on holiday and is being replaced by a much-friendlier PC Pippin who is in every way Goon’s opposite. However, when it starts off Pippin is quite eager to please Mr Goon though he doesn’t quite believe what he has to say about the children. But Goon’s behaviour towards the children, and particularly Buster soon changes his mind. The children in the meantime have decided to make up a mystery, yet again for Pippin to “solve”―clearly not having learnt very much from their past experiences. Their “mystery” as is usual leads Pippin to stumble onto a real one, a robbery at the village pantomime. Someone has broken into the safe and stolen all that was in it. Goon’s (who is back by then) chief suspect is the pantomime cat Boysie Summers, and his friend, one of the actors Zoe (who plays Dick Whittington). And it doesn’t at all help that Boysie is somewhat slow and can be browbeaten into a confession, while the clues the children “planted” included a handkerchief with the initial “Z” as well as the cigarette ends of the brand Zoe used, making Goon’s case stronger. So of course, it falls on the children to solve the mystery and clear their names. So starts off a new adventure where the children interview suspects and witnesses, check alibis, and of course, beat Goon to it. But this time around, only just.

    This one had quite a few of the trademarks of the Findouters books with Fatty using his disguises (mostly to fool poor Goon), Bets stumbling upon the right answer in the nick of time, and quite a bit of food. In fact, on the “foodmeter”, this one rates the highest so far (plenty of sandwiches and snacks, biscuits and buns). The solution to the mystery had some obvious elements but also some creative ones so it was good fun overall. The children still come across as rather arrogant about their own skills and intelligence, believing themselves “free” to trick just about anyone, despite obvious disapproval from their parents, and Inspector Jenks. [But without their tricks of course there would be no mystery.] Still, despite this, in this one their behaviour was far better than the previous book with Ern where I felt they simply gave no thought to their actions. I enjoyed their investigation though―approaching the actors and other witnesses, checking alibis, and all in a way that children could do (and Goon certainly couldn’t), but alongside also having fun with a trip to the pantomime and a picnic as well. Overall, this was a fun instalment with an interesting mystery element.


  4. says:

    The seventh entry in Enid Blyton's fifteen-book Five Find-Outers and Dog series, in which five British schoolchildren spend their holidays playing detective, The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat sees Fatty, Larry, Daisy, Pip, and Bets tackling their most complex case yet. When Mr. Goon, the village police bobby and the children's nemesis, goes on vacation, the Find-Outers play a trick on his replacement, PC Pippin. Imagine their surprise when the false clues they've laid out for him, lead him to a real mystery!

    The manager of the Little Theatre has been drugged, and the theater safe robbed. It looks as if Boysie Summers, the developmentally disabled young man who plays the Pantomime Cat, must be the guilty one, but the Find-Outers don't believe it. Can they prove Boysie's innocence? And will their innocent prank land goodhearted PC Pippin in hot water?

    This installment of Blyton's series was fairly enjoyable, despite the clunky prose and formulaic plot that seem to characterize many of her books. Blyton does manage to inject some genuine humor into her accounts of the children's confrontations with Mr. Goon, and it was refreshing to see Fatty actually regretting some of his mischievous "interfering."


  5. says:

    This mystery really has them stumped, and of course it's little Bets who nails it. She really is a clever little thing, and what with her soft spot for Fatty I can see them married and solving crimes together! But I get ahead of myself, about the book. It was a good mystery, more serious than the usual Enid Blyton mystery. After all, being drugged and robbed is a little harsh. But there are lashings of food and fun, so you know it will end well, and the baddie seems repentant in the end. Goon makes an idiot of himself, as always. Now, there's my review for y'all, just CLEAR ORF!


  6. says:

    Mr.Goon is on holiday, a new police name Pippin are replace him. Elisabeth Hilton (Bets) very, very like Pippin. She give Pippin a name card...


  7. says:

    It is about a cat that was very creepy and the five kids wanted to put a police man on a false mystery but ended up not as they expected


  8. says:

    I think it was a fabulous book I had such a fun time reading it.I really liked the mystery books I loved it. The mystery is about the five find outer sand the dog has to make sure they can finish the mystery before poor Boysie and Zoe gets in trouble they did a very good job and the task but they have been missing one special clue they hadn’t thought about but clever little Bets had save them all see what happens next in the PANTOMIME CAT MYSTERY!!!

    What a book but poor five find oysters has to deal Mr Goon...
    Mr Goon got very frustrated with the five kids and always wants to finish a mystery before them but bad luck he doesn’t and the five find putts always does and see the inspector first. No matter how tired Mr Goon is of the five Children the People around including the inspector are very proud of them.

    And congratulation to the author too cause I really liked the book and I would rate it a million and I really wish to be a writer like the author.

    Who ever is reading my review thanks for reading and enjoy the book!!!!!:)🤗🤗🤗


  9. says:

    Another find-outers mystery. This time the novelty is that Mr. Goon is on holiday and a novice policeman, PC Pippin, is substituting him. The children extend their war against Mr. Goon to PC Pippin, but the young policeman turns out to be an ally. One has to remember that these are books for children, because the find-outers planting false clues for the police as a prank is funny in a whimsical child's universe, but it is less palatable for an older reader.

    It's a fine story, as these mysteries go. If you like the previous books you'll like this one. Personally, I enjoy Blyton's adventure stories more, but I admit that she does a good job at this "Agatha Christie for kids" series.


  10. says:

    This was really good. I'm currently rereading books from my childhood and these were my absolute favourite. I only read this once, contrary to other books in the series, around 12-13 years ago, but I sort of remembered the plot, maybe that's why it was predicable to me. I forgot how good it was though, I really enjoyed it.


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