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She tells her best friend Aggie that she's leaving, and makes her swear not to tell a soul. Aggie swears and hugs her goodbye. Madeline walks away sadly and notices Leopold kidnapping Pepito with the help of clowns called "The Idiots Popopov", since they were really Leopold's henchmen.
Madeline tries to confront Leopold, who openly mocks and abducts her as well just as a thunderstorm brews, ending the carnival and circus. Miss Clavel, at first not knowing they had been kidnapped, eventually finds out from Aggie that Madeline has run away and leaves to find her. While on her way, she finds Genevieve and takes her along. The next morning, Madeline and Pepito discover a motorcycle that the Idiots used in their circus act at the carnival.
He is nonetheless convinced by Madeline, and the two use it to escape Leopold, who, along with the other Idiots, follows them. Miss Clavel sees them pursuing them and in turn pursues Leopold. Miss Clavel and Leopold are about to both hit Madeline and Pepito, but Pepito swerves away just in time and Miss Clavel cuts Leopold off, making him and the Idiots crash into a nearby lake.
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The police arrive on the scene, the Idiots and Leopold are arrested for kidnapping, and Pepito and Madeline are reunited with their families. Madeline confronts Covington and convinces him that his wife is still with him, and in the school also. Miss Clavel assures Madeline that whatever happens, they'll be together.
But Covington denies this, who says that Madeline is right, and wishes he could do something about it, but has already sold the school.
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However, the Ambassador a female calls it off, letting everybody remain at the school. The movie ends with the girls running off in various directions at the Luxembourg Palace gardens, while Miss Clavel follows them. The live-action setting goes back to a storybook-like setting and the word "Fin" appears. McEwen gave a negative review, stating that the movie was: " Adequately simple for children, though perhaps a bit pedestrian for adults. Sign In Don't have an account?
Start a Wiki. Explanatory notes to the letters are rich in background detail. The volume also features photographs, facsimiles of postcards and letters as well as sketches, drawings and paintings by Picasso. Picasso : love, fame, tragedy : the EY exhibition by Pablo Picasso Book 5 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide was an extraordinary year for Picasso, even by his own standards.
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