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    La fortuna di questa maschera napoletana, che gli studiosi di teatro considerano come una varietà meridionale del carattere di Pantalone, deriva da un caso difficilmente spiegabile: l’accento di Bisceglie, con una cantilena leggermente lamentosa, desta alle orecchie dei napoletani una irrefrenabile ilarità. Per interi secoli è bastato che sui manifesti degli spettacoli apparisse lo striscione « con Pancrazio, il Bisceqliese » per assicurare il tutto esaurito.

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