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Coming back to reality, Lili runs back to the carnival and into Paul's arms. They kiss passionately as the puppets applaud.
Walton and O'Rourke , famous in puppeteering circles, made the puppets. They mostly worked in cabarets and did not appear on television.
Lili is among the few known filmed records of their work which also includes the Walter Lantz cartoon and live action short film, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit: Puppet Show Kaper's setting of the song was performed by Caron and Mel Ferrer in the film; the performance was released on record and reached number 30 in the American charts.
Four excerpts from the score were first issued by MGM Records at the time of the film's release. Bosley Crowther , reviewing the film at its opening, had nothing but praise for the movie, rejoicing that "at last Leslie Caron's simplicity and freshness The film was not universally liked, though; Pauline Kael called it a "sickly whimsy" and referred to Mel Ferrer's "narcissistic, masochistic smiles.
In particular, the abuse heaped by the puppeteer on the innocent "girl" is emotional and verbal. Unlike the novel The Love of Seven Dolls, the short story does not even hint at physical or sexual abuse.
The story opens in a New York City television studio where Milly, a "sweet-faced girl with [a] slightly harassed expression," is about to make her farewell appearance on the Peter and Panda show.
Peter and Panda are part of an ensemble of puppets; they are a leprechaun and a panda respectively; other puppets include Arthur, a "raffish crocodile;" Mme Robineau, a French lady "of indeterminate age with dyed hair;" Doctor Henderson, a penguin; and Mr Tootenheimer, a toymaker.
They are all operated by a single puppeteer, named Crake Villeridge. Despite being a puppet show, it has, like the real-life Kukla, Fran and Ollie TV show, a huge audience of all ages.
Also like Kukla, Fran and Ollie , there is no script: "it's all ad-libbed ". In fact, the illustration included with the story features the actual stage used for Kukla, Fran and Ollie.
At the end of the show, "millions watching felt a sense of loss as though a family close to them were breaking up.
Milly has been with the show two years, and, as in other versions of the story, she interacts in a spontaneous and endearing way directly with the personae of the puppets.
In a flashback, during her audition, she had met and talked to the puppets before meeting any human being.
Not realizing that this encounter was her audition, she is surprised when a station representative meets her and tells her "Your performance this afternoon came closest to what [Mr Villeridge] wants.
The first time you start giving a performance, you're through. Villeridge, we learn, is French Canadian, and had once been headed for a serious career as a hockey player.
In an accident, two men "skated over the side of his face," ending his hockey career, and seriously and permanently disfiguring him.
She soon learns that Villeridge is emotionally an abuser. She loves the on-air performances, loves the puppets and their personalities, and finds Mr Tootenheimer, the wise old toymaker, particularly comforting, but she hates Villeridge and what he does to her in rehearsal and after the show.
He shouts at her, demeans her, criticizes everything she has done, and humiliates her in front of the program staff.
When she meets a nice man named Fred Archer and believes she is "a little in love" with him, she decides she can no longer stand Villeridge and his tyrannical ways.
She announces that she is marrying Archer and gives notice. After her farewell show, she changes into her street dress.
She waits for everyone else to leave the studio, afraid of encountering Villeridge, who "might be waiting for her with one last attack.
Milly, take me with you. Mr Tootenheimer, the "old philosopher", explains to her that every man is composed of many things, and that the puppets represent aspects of Villeridge's real personality:.
Millie cries "Crake! The Paul Gallico short story from which Lili was adapted was published in expanded form in as Love of Seven Dolls , a page novella.
The New York Times review of the book opens "Those audiences still making their way to see Lili may now read the book from which this motion picture was adapted.
The novella was far more mystical and magic than the short story. Brettonais from the village of Plouha Helen Deutsch's adaptation is [somewhat] true to the essential core of Gallico's story, but there are many differences, and Gallico's book is far, far darker in tone.
In the book, the girl's nickname is Mouche "fly" rather than Lili. He is not a crippled dancer; rather, "he was bred out of the gutters of Paris", yet something moves him to save the potential suicide.
The puppeteer's assistant is a "primitive" Senegalese man named Golo, rather than the movie's amiable Frenchman, Jacquot.
He shares with Mouche a sense of primitive magic, and with her believes in the reality of the puppets. The first four puppets she meets correspond closely to those in the film and are a youth named Carrot Top; a fox, Reynardo; a vain girl, Gigi; and a "huge, tousle-headed, hideous, yet pathetic-looking giant" Alifanfaron.
The latter two are named "Marguerite" and "Golo" in the movie i. The book includes three additional puppets: a penguin named Dr.
Duclos who wears a pince-nez and is a dignified academic; Madame Muscat, "the concierge", who constantly warns Mouche that the others are "a bad lot"; and Monsieur Nicholas, a man with steel-rimmed spectacles, stocking cap, and leather apron, who is "a maker and mender of toys.
This separation is perfectly explicit in the book. It says that Golo was "childlike In the movie, the puppeteer, Paul Berthalet, is gruff, unhappy, and emotionally distant.
Although Lili refers to him as "the Angry Man", he is not very cruel or menacing. His bitterness is explained by his identity as a former ballet dancer, disabled by a leg injury and "reduced" to the role of puppeteer.
Gallico's Peyrot, however, is vicious in every sense of the word. No ballet dancer, he was "bred out of the gutters" and by the age of 15 was "a little savage practiced in all the cruel arts and swindles of the street fairs and cheap carnivals.
Wholly cynical, he had no regard for man, woman, child, or God He would, if he could, have corrupted the whole world. In the movie, Marc's relation with Lili is exploitative.
In the book, however, Peyrot is the exploitative and abusive one, and the relationship with BalottMouche "passed in that moment over the last threshold from child to womanhood" and knew "the catalyst that could save him.
It was herself. I love you. I will never leave you. Reviewing the book on its publication, Andrea Parke says that Gallico creates "magic The mawkish realism of the passages has an aura of bathos that is not only unreal but unmoving.
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