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主要人物:灰姑娘、王子、魔法师(螺丝)、随从(来福)、后母、大姐、二姐

配角:国王、皇后、年轻的妇人、中年的小姐、少女(还有几个没台词的)

(《忧愁进行曲》响起)
旁白:在这个繁华的小镇上,住着一个心地善良的女孩子,人们每天都会看到一个娇小的身影在市场中徘徊,这个女孩身上穿着灰溜溜的破旧衣,所以大家都叫她“灰姑娘”,她本来有一个很幸福美满的家庭,有严谨的父亲、慈祥的母亲,可惜,她的妈妈不小心死掉了,于是她的爸爸给她找了个新妈妈;本以为恶梦已经结束了,没想到,后来她的父亲死掉了,后母也一改原来和蔼的面目,变得势利、小心眼,把灰姑娘当佣人,还纵容她那两个娇惯的女儿欺负她、使唤她。(音乐停)
场景装换1—— 大姐:灰姑娘,过来扫扫这里,脏死了。
灰姑娘:是。(拿了扫把,很卖力地往大姐脚下扫去)
大姐(躲闪):哎呀呀,把我的鞋弄的比你的脸还脏。去去去,走开,不用你扫了!(一脸藐视)
灰姑娘:哦(走掉)
【二姐顺手拉着灰姑娘(《命运交响曲》响起)两人凝望着对方的眼睛(音乐停)】 二姐:哎,正巧,今早我要你帮我洗的那一件衣服呢?现在拿来!我要穿!(把手伸向灰姑娘)
灰姑娘:我洗得“狠”干净了。
二姐:嗯,我看看。。。(看见衣服的破洞)啊!灰姑娘,你给我站住,死丫头。(灰姑娘跑掉)
旁白:这一天,后母兴奋的声音传进了正在忙乎着扫地灰姑娘的耳里!咳咳~~(大姐在梳着头发,二姐在看书)
场景转换2—— 后母:(兴奋)你们俩快来看。(手上拿着一张纸)
大姐:MUM,What’s this?
后母:什么蛙死弟死?你弟没死。
二姐:不是啦,姐姐是问你这是什么?
后母:哦,原来是鸡肠,有文化!幸好让你去读书。
大姐:What’s this?
后母:这是王国舞会的邀请函啊!
二姐:哦,是吗。。。(继续看书)
大姐:(手中的东西掉地)What?Let me see!(把邀请函抢去)。。。什么啊,我还以为是真的呢,别开玩笑了,OK?!
后母:我的样子像是在开玩笑吗。
大姐:就一张打印纸,还邀请函哩。
后母:这是我打印下来的,你不信可以上网看啊。
二姐:你怎么知道这个讯息?(依然看着书)
后母:我刚刚上网的时候,在E猫上看见的。
大姐:NO,NO,不是E猫,是E-mail~
后母:差不多啦,总之你们都要参加这个舞会,知道吗。
大姐:sure 啦。
二姐:好。(还是看着书)
后母:嗯,那我去订衣服。(后母离开)
大姐:你也想当王亲国戚啊,不会吧。
二姐:嗯,听说王宫里有很多书。
大姐:(小声)真是书呆子(抢过二姐手上的书),在看什么书啊?《鱿鱼全攻略》?什么东西?(大姐把书扔掉,走了)
二姐:没水平。(把书捡起来)
旁白:灰姑娘对王国舞会这个词非常感兴趣,于是她打定主意要到王国舞会上去见识一下,但问题是:她没有漂亮的衣服可以穿,那怎么去舞会呢?灰姑娘只能沮丧的来到院子里的大树面前。。。
场景转换3—— (《花样年华》响起)
灰姑娘(望着大树):大树伯伯,我真的很想到皇宫去玩一下也。(音乐停)
魔法师:没点出息,你应该说想到皇宫去参加舞会,想和王子跳舞。
灰姑娘(大吃一惊):哇塞,大树伯伯会说话也,而且~而且还是女孩子的声音……噫?女孩子?
魔法师:小姐,拜托,我不是你的大树伯伯好不好。(边说边走近灰姑娘)
灰姑娘:原来是你在讲话啊,我还正怀疑为什么大树伯伯变性了呢。
魔法师:(小声)白痴!我问你,你真的想去参加舞会吗?
灰姑娘:当然想了,我都没有去过呢。
魔法师:嗯,其实,我是一个魔法师,我能让你到王国去参加舞会。
灰姑娘:真的吗,你能帮助我?
魔法师:那当然,不过你得帮我做一件事。
灰姑娘:什么事?
魔法师:(从旁边的桌子里拿出一个盒子)帮我把这鞋子还给王子。
灰姑娘:(望着魔法师)桌子里什么时候有双鞋子?是变出来的吗?是什么鞋子啊?是水晶鞋吗?还是黄金鞋?能不能。。。
魔法师:(打断灰姑娘的长篇大论)stop!只准问一个问题。
灰姑娘:(沉思状态)。。。
魔法师:(皱眉)你到底要不要问啊。
灰姑娘:要,我问啰。。。(魔法师点头)你能不能把一只鞋子给我啊?
魔法师:你想要鞋子?(灰姑娘使劲点头)。。。可以,反正有把鞋子还给他就行了。
灰姑娘:真的吗?谢谢。(打开盒子)啊?为什么,会是布鞋啊?(把头转向后台)导演~是不是搞错了?
魔法师:没错啊。你不知道吗?导演说由于资金不允许,所以她就拿出她珍藏了4年的那双破布鞋过来顶替啊!
灰姑娘:(面向魔法师)怎么会这样啊,导演真小气!书里明明写着是水晶鞋嘛,怎么就换成了破布鞋啊。。。还有其他的鞋子吗?
魔法师:咳咳,放心吧,这鞋子不是给你穿的!我会让你穿上好看的鞋子的。总之你帮我把一只鞋子还给他就行了。
灰姑娘:哇,太好了。
魔法师:看我的!
旁白:随着魔法师挥动的魔术棒,灰姑娘身上的衣服变成了华丽的宴会服,还变出了一条美丽的珍珠项链,但是魔法师的动作到此停了下来。
魔法师:糟糕,魔术棒没电了,我要回去充电了,ByeBye!(走人的姿势)
灰姑娘:(拉住魔法师)等一下,你还没变出鞋子呢。
魔法师:(挣扎)不是告诉你没电了吗,你穿那双布鞋去吧;(挣脱,边走边说)还有,12点要回来。。。
灰姑娘:为什么啊?喂。
旁白:话说,后母这边也差不多准备好了,只等着夜幕的来临。
场景转换4——
后母:孩子们快看,我们邮购的宴会服送来了。
大姐:(跑出来)let me see!
二姐:(早就坐在椅子上)效率还不错。
大姐:(拿起一条裙子)MUM,你觉得我穿这条裙子好看吗?
后母:当然好看啦,你可是由美丽动人、楚楚可怜、亭亭玉立、娇艳绝色、婀娜多姿、清纯可爱、小鸟依人、风情万种、眉目传情、窈窕淑女、高贵脱俗、让女人嫉妒、令男人心动、狗见了也得跳墙、猪见了也得爬树、美得惊动党中央、震动联合国的我生出来的,当然穿什么都好看啦。
大姐:(微笑地拨了一下头发)sure啦。
后母:我去给你们挑一些珠宝来,等我一下啊。(离开)
大姐:(走到二姐身边)又在看什么书啊?(把书抢去)。。。《鱿鱼漂流记》?(把书扔掉,边走边说)怪胎!
二姐:(捡回书,坐下继续看)你不也是吗!
旁白:夜幕终于降临了,虽然灰姑娘没有漂亮的水晶鞋、豪华的南瓜车,但是想去舞会的心是不会被打败的!
场景转换5——
灰姑娘:讨厌的导演,怎么能这样对待我这天真无邪的灰姑娘啊?没水晶鞋就算了,还要我孤苦伶仃地站在这里等公交车~~~(站着东张西望)怎么这么久都还没来啊,难道是遇到危险了?不会吧,那我该怎么办?
年轻的妇人:小姑娘,别伤心,要坚强一点,虽然心爱的人离开了,但是我们还是要生活啊,你要像我这么开朗、坚强!(看表)啊,我赶时间,下次再聊,拜拜。(离开)
中年的小姐:(突然出现)别听她说,她当然开朗啦,她先夫留下一大笔钱给她,还能和她的外遇对象在一起,我看啊,她先夫是被她给活活气死的;你可别学她哦。(走了)
灰姑娘:神经病,什么乱七八糟的,我只是在等公交车而已。不等了,我跑过去还快一点呢。(拿起裙子,作跑步姿势,起跑)
旁白:毫无疑问,刚刚的两个人被送到了青山。而灰姑娘发挥自己的长处,终于跑到了王国,刚要进入了大厅,但是被背后的刹车声吓到,转头一看,原来是一个小时前开出的公交车。不过这并不能吸引她的眼球,因为她已被花园的一点微光给吸引住了,便往那里走去。
场景转换6——
灰姑娘:你是谁,鬼吗?
神秘人:(搜索)嗯。
灰姑娘:你是怎么死的?(神秘人找到了一样东西,看了看又扔掉了)
神秘人:晕死的。(又找到了另一样东西)
灰姑娘:那你叫什么名字?
神秘人:(没回答灰姑娘的话,抬头望着天空)舞会快开始了(把刚刚找到的东东放进口袋,喃嘟)!你看!(手指向天空)
灰姑娘:(抬头,举手)看什么啊,什么都没呀。(转过头)噫,鬼呢?
旁白:王子这边,(停顿)自己看吧。
场景转换7——
随从:王子,您在干什么?
王子:我在听MP3,你来干嘛?
随从:吉时到,该去大厅了。
王子:是吗,那我得化个妆才行。
随从:(惶恐的抱住王子的脚)千万不要化啊!您忘了吗,上上次化妆把宫女们给吓哭了,上次又把王妃给气晕了,您别再化了。
王子:宫女们哭了是因为我用了她们的化妆品生了痱子,她们受罚才哭的;母后晕了是因为我化妆后比她还美,是被气疯的;不过这好像不关你的事啊。
随从:您真忘了吗,我被皇后扣奖金啦。
王子:我给你不就行了。
随从:但是她还把我的“恋爱权”给剥削了。
王子:不准谈恋爱又不是不准结婚,我给你娶个新娘就行了。
随从:(拉着王子)还是别闹了,走吧。
旁白:王子被随从给拉到了大厅。
场景转换8——
国王:我向大家介绍一下,(指向王子)这位是小儿。(众人看向王子)
随从:(死命拉出王子)王子,您出来啊,您不出来,我下个月的奖金也得被扣光了,我求求您了。
王子:不出,死都不出。
随从:(哭腔)那您为什么不去死呢?
王子:(站出来)混账东西,竟敢咒骂本王子,你给我去面壁思过。(说完,拉着随从往里走)
国王:(愤怒走来,捏住王子的耳朵)你才是混账东西,给我跳舞去。(转头,温柔地向众人说)朕这儿子呀就这样,大家见量,哈,来,跳跳舞,扭扭腰。
随从:啊!国王语无伦次了。(国王晕倒)啊!还晕倒了。
皇后:(突然出现在随从面前)我要剥削你的“结婚权”。
随从:(痛哭)不要啊,皇后,我已经不能谈恋爱了,如果还不能结婚的话,我怎么对得起我那80岁的奶奶,90岁的母亲,12岁的父亲呢。
皇后:(哭状)好可怜哦。。。(大骂)你以为我是白痴啊,奶奶都80岁了,父亲才12岁?母亲却90岁了?你骗鬼啊。
随从:(心虚)是,是真的,我没骗您。。。
王子:(大喊)父王都晕了,你们还在聊天,母后,快送父王到人民医院去啊。
皇后:不用担心,我学过电击,我帮他电一下就没事了。(拿出家伙)
王子:(抓住王后的手)母后,不可以!
皇后:你不信我的技术?
王子:当然不信啦,上次如果不是您帮父王电了那么一下,父王也不会得心脏病了。。。
少女:(大声)请问还要跳舞吗,不跳的话,我回家看电视了。
国王:(弹起)很抱歉,舞会正式开始。(再次晕倒)
旁白:这场闹剧结束了,国王被送到了人民医院,(左看看右望望)告诉你们一个秘密吧,国王之所以会语无伦次,是因为国王的心脏病发,当然这一切大家都不敢告诉皇后,就算是国王也不敢说,为什么?你以为国王不怕被他的宝贝皇后给扣掉零用钱吗。。。不说啦,我们来看看王子的舞会后续吧。
王子:(灵机一动)咳咳,请穿布鞋的小姐出来与我共舞,如果没有的话,那请回家看电视吧。
少女:不会吧,花了那么多钱买门票,只是来看闹剧?
王子:请大家放心,我们当然不会要你们吃亏啦,(指向随从)你们看。
随从:(偷吃中)。。。(发现众人目光向他看齐,于是把手上的食物扔掉)大家好。
王子:什么大家好啊,快秀点东西给大家看啊。
随从:绣什么啊?我又不会绣鸳鸯。
王子:(向随从走去)鸯你个头啦,快拿点东西出来,不然你就遭殃。
随从:拿什么东西啊?
王子:(把手伸进随从的口袋)有什么就拿什么啊。。。(搜出一包纸巾)纸巾?算啦,就这个吧。
随从:这是我用过的!(被王子捂住嘴)
王子:(举起纸巾)为了赔偿你们的损失,我将送你们一打(看看纸巾)心心相印牌纸巾。
灰姑娘:(小声)请问。。。
王子:(面带笑容,手抓紧纸巾)大家,有意见吗?
灰姑娘:(小声)请问。。。
众人:没。
灰姑娘:(大声)有没有人在听我说话啊。(众人看了看灰姑娘,又把头转了回去)
王子:既然大家没意见,那就。。。(被打断)
灰姑娘:(走到王子面前,大吼)你没听到我说话吗。
王子:(揉揉耳朵)对不起,我有点耳鸣,你有什么事吗?
灰姑娘:不是你找我吗?
王子:我找你?有吗,什么时候的事?
灰姑娘:(掀开裙子)你看。
王子:(半掩着眼睛)小姐,我对你的内裤没什么兴趣,请你自重。
灰姑娘:谁让你看我。。。(提高音量)我是让你看我的鞋子!
王子:我看你的鞋子干嘛,我的可是李宁牌的,要看我不会看自己的啊。
灰姑娘:是你说让穿布鞋的小姐出来的,不是吗。
王子:(自言自语)我有说过这句话吗?
随从:王子,您忘了吗,是您自己说的呀,不会这么没记性吧!(偷笑)
王子:(看着随从)没有的事,我记得,是我说的,那又怎样。
随从:那您得和这位小姐跳舞。
王子:跳就跳,让你看看我进步得多神速。(把头转向灰姑娘,做了个优雅的邀请动作)Please!
【灰姑娘把手放到王子手上,两人走到了舞池中间,随着音乐的转变,两人跳起了斗牛舞。。。突然,灰姑娘停下了舞步】
王子:怎么了?(随从向王子走来)
灰姑娘:现在几点了?
王子:我要回家了。
灰姑娘:你抢了我的台词啦。
王子:sorry sorry,咳咳,(把头转向随从)现在几点?
随从:(拿出一个停了的时钟)快12点了。
灰姑娘:啊,我得走了,88(离开)
王子:喂喂,慢着慢着~~
灰姑娘:什么啊?导演不是说这样就OK了吗?
王子:(小声)你想想,不是还有东西要交给我吗?
灰姑娘:没有啊,不说了,我得走啦,不然赶不上下一场戏就糟了。
旁白:灰姑娘走下了楼梯,本来是想一走了之的,但是她终于想起了导演和魔法师交代的事,俗话说的好:受人之托,忠人之事!
场景转换9——
灰姑娘:(走到了王子面前,脱下了一只鞋子,放到了王子的手上)我终于记起来了,喏,还给你。(又走掉了)
王子:呼,终于记起了!呃,还给我?我这么有钱,会买没牌子的鞋子吗。(把头转向后台)导演,你是不是又搞错了!(捂住鼻子,把鞋子扔给随从)
随从:(看了看鞋子)王子,这是您的呀。
王子:怎么可能啊。
随从:您忘了吗,那一年你认识了一个女孩,您很。。。
王子:哪一年啊?
随从:鬼知道啊,哎,你别打岔,先听我说啊。
王子:(沉思)。。。哦!我记得了。
随从:(无奈)喂,那个姓王名子的,我都还没说呢,你别抢我台词好不好!算了;(兴奋)您都记起来了,那太好了。
王子:可是、可是我只记得那个女孩。
随从:哇靠,那么就请你好好听我说吧!(清喉)咳咳,您呢!很喜欢那个女孩,还想送点礼物给她,可是却不知到要送什么才好,恰巧有一个宫女走过,您不管三七二十一,硬是把人家的鞋子脱出来,说是送给那个女孩;这便是其中一只鞋子。(带上口罩)
王子:你干嘛戴上口罩啊?
随从:再不戴上的话,我会缺氧而死。
王子:哎,这也不能怪你,没办法,这鞋子实在是。。。(异口同声)太—臭—了!
旁白:话说灰姑娘急急忙忙的赶回家,看了一下家里的大钟,刚刚好指向12点,但是身上的衣服并没有消失,觉得很奇怪,就把魔法师叫了出来。
场景转换10——
魔法师:你把鞋子还了他没?
灰姑娘:还了。
魔法师:哦,那就好。
灰姑娘:我有事要问你,为什么都12点啦,我身上的礼服和项链都没有消失啊?
魔法师:哦,你不说我还忘了呢,把东西脱下来,我要拿去还给人家。
灰姑娘:还给人家,这些不是你变出来的吗?
魔法师:变出来!你以为这真的是童话故事啊,这些是我问人家借的。
灰姑娘:那你为什么要我12点回来啊?
魔法师:因为12点物主会回家,如果你不回来,到时候物主发现了怎么办?
灰姑娘:发现什么?
魔法师:不见了衣服呀。
灰姑娘:你不是说这是问人家借的吗?
魔法师:是呀,是“正准备”问人家借啊。
灰姑娘:正准备?这么说这是偷的啦?
魔法师:宾果,你猜对了。
灰姑娘:你怎么这么猪头啊,你不会“借”多一双鞋子啊?
魔法师:我忘了嘛。
灰姑娘:那你又说是因为你的魔术棒没电,你是骗我的?
魔法师:我没骗你啊,是没电了,我不说出来是怕你打我啊。
灰姑娘:你去死!
旁白:王子因为种种因素,决定寻找灰姑娘,于是带着随从和鞋子挨家挨户地寻访;这一天,就像书里写的一样,王子和随从来到了灰姑娘的家。
场景转换11——
随从:有人在吗?
后母:没有。
随从:那你是什么?
后母:高级生物。
随从:真没礼貌。
后母:你说谁没礼貌?是说你自己吧。
随从:我怎么没礼貌了。
后母:进了别人的家才问“有人在吗”,这就是你的礼貌了?
王子:(从随从背后出来)是我管教不好,我代他向您道歉。
后母:你、你是谁?来这里莫非是。。。
王子:没错。
后母:(害羞状)我、我愿意嫁给你。
王子:我看“您”是误会了,我不是来向“您”求婚的,我是来找人的。
后母:(泼辣状)找人?找人找到咱家来了?你当我这儿是难民收容所啊。
随从:大胆,你知道王子是什么人吗?
后母:我怎么知道王子是什么。。。王子!(对着随从)您是王子?
王子:抱歉,我在这里。
后母:哦,对不起对不起,我以为王子是这位帅哥呢。
随从:(握住后母的手)您太有眼光了,谢谢、谢谢!
王子:你们是什么意思!
随从:(放开后母的手,面向王子)当然,如果没有像王子您这么高贵的人的教导,我又怎么会有如今的成就呢!【此时响起选港姐时的歌声,灯光聚集到随从身上,随从绕场一周(向观众挥手)】
王子:好了,我们说回正题吧,我是来寻找鞋子的主人的。(王子向自恋的随从挥了挥手)
随从:(和王子不约而同地带上口罩,随从打开盒子)就是这只鞋子。
后母:(捂住鼻子)哇,怎么这么臭,是掉进了WC吗?
随从:您放心,这绝对是原汁原味的,不含防腐剂。
后母:你要找就找吧。(远离臭味来源)
王子:请问,您的女儿在哪里呢?(随从把盒子盖好,然后和王子一起把口罩脱了)
后母:等一下,(大嚷)女儿们,快出来!(把头转向王子)
大姐:OK!(和一群女孩子走了出来)
王子:她们都是您的女儿?
后母:是啊。
少女:(除了大姐)我们是来客串的,既然没有我们的事,那我们走啰,88!
后母:怎么可以这么浪费人力资源啊!
大姐:No Problem!导演说,让她们出来见见世面比较好;对了,叫我出来有什么事啊?
后母:(看了看四周)你妹妹呢?
大姐:不知道。
二姐:(早就坐在背对着观众的椅子上看书)我在这里。
后母:你在哪里干什么啊?
大姐:(向二姐走去)又在看什么书啊?《鱿鱼的艺术》?又是鱿鱼?
二姐:(把书抢回)你不懂鱿鱼的好。
后母:哈,她小时候被鱿鱼打中了头,所以人变得有点奇怪。
随从:被鱿鱼打中头?(小声)王子,鱿鱼会攻击人啊?
王子:(小声)我也是头一次听到。
后母:哈哈,我们不说这个了,你们不是说要试鞋子吗?
王子:对,来福!(随从的名字)
随从:(走到大姐面前)请小姐来试试这只鞋子吧。(戴上口罩,把盒子打开)
大姐:(捂住鼻子)好臭!我可不可以不试啊?
后母:不可以。(被迫去穿鞋子,倒地)
随从:啊!她晕了。
后母:二妹,你来试吧。
二姐:(看着书)不试,我没空。
后母:(捂住鼻子,走向二姐)如果你试穿的话,我就给你买《鱿鱼室内设计》,怎样?
二姐:好,我试,(扔掉书,试穿鞋子,但脚塞不进去)穿不进去。
后母:什么叫穿不进去,我来看看,(硬是给塞进去了)喏,你看,这不就穿进去了吗。
随从:(斜视地鄙视后母,把头转向大姐)这位小姐,请你走几步来看看。(二姐踉踉跄跄地走了几步,倒地)
后母:你怎么就睡了呢,快起来啊!
随从:(走近二姐,看了看)啊!她也晕了,是脚充血!
王子:(看向后母)夫人,请问您还有女儿吗?
后母:你当我是母猪啊,哪来这么多女儿,没了、没了。
王子:真的没了?
后母:哎,你烦不烦啊,我说没了就是没了,问什么问啊。
王子:(小声)你忘了灰姑娘啊。
后母:什么灰。。。哦,我先夫还有一个女儿叫灰姑娘。
王子:在哪里?
后母:在院子吧,你不会自己去找啊。(于是王子和随从去了院子)
场景转换12——
【灰姑娘伏在桌子上睡觉】
王子:她就是灰姑娘吗?(灰姑娘没回应)你去看看。(让来福去)
随从:是,(走近灰姑娘,用手摇了摇她)小姐。
灰姑娘:(说梦话)鸡腿,你别走,不要离开我啊,555555~(无泪的哭泣)
随从:王子,她睡着了,怎么办?
王子:叫醒她啊。
随从:哦,(把头转向灰姑娘,用手猛摇灰姑娘)小姐、小姐,你醒醒啊!
灰姑娘:谁啊,吵什么吵,到嘴的鸡腿都飞走了。
随从:小姐,请你试试这只鞋子可以吗?(把盒子递给灰姑娘,走远)
灰姑娘:鞋子?(打开盒子)这、这不就是那晚。。。
王子:(走近灰姑娘)原来那晚和我跳舞的人是你。(捂住鼻子)
灰姑娘:你,是那晚的——纸巾王子!
王子:(表情不自然)纸、纸巾王子?(随从偷笑)
灰姑娘:是啊,你就是那个说要送大家每人一打纸巾的王子,不是吗?
王子:是,也不是,我们暂时不说这个好吗,我有话要问你。
灰姑娘:什么事啊?
王子:是谁把鞋子交给你的?
灰姑娘:一个专门偷东西的魔法师。
王子:(激动地抓住灰姑娘的手)真、真的是她,她、她现在在哪里?
灰姑娘:不知道。
王子:你能帮我找到她吗?
灰姑娘:。。。你等一下。(在身上画了个“十”字)魔法师,出来吧!(魔法师登场)
王子:原来是这样召唤她的啊!
灰姑娘:不是啊,我是忘了台词,在回忆啊。
王子:晕死,那人呢?
灰姑娘:在你面前啊。
魔法师:没用的,他是看不进我的。
王子:(东张西望)我没看到啊。
灰姑娘:(看着魔法师)那怎么办?
魔法师:如果他身上有我的东西的话,我就有办法了。
王子:(看着灰姑娘)你在和谁说话啊?
灰姑娘:(看着王子)你的身上有属于魔法师的东西吗?
王子:她的东西?(找身上的口袋,拿出一样东西)喏,就这个。
灰姑娘:(接过王子递来的东西)这、这个不就是那天晚上那个神秘人找到的东西吗?你就是那个神秘人?
王子:(揉揉头发,傻笑)是啊。
魔法师:你们别顾着聊天啊,快把你手上的东西给我。
灰姑娘:哦。(把手上的东西递给魔法师)
【魔法师念了一下咒语】
王子:怎么了,为什么都不出声?
魔法师:把这个拿给他,让他戴上。
灰姑娘:(把魔法师手上的东西递给王子)戴上它。
王子:(戴上后)螺丝,我终于见到你了。(走向魔法师)
【《思念》响起,两人紧握着手。(音乐停)】
魔法师:我还以为我们这辈子都不能见面了呢?
王子:我们现在不是见到面了吗,对了,我一定要戴着这个东西才能见到你吗?
魔法师:不用啊,巫师的诅咒已经解除了,你以后随时都能见到我啊。
王子:那你还让我带着这个干嘛?
魔法师:留个纪念啊!
王子:哦,对了,我有话要告诉你。
魔法师:说吧。
王子:昨天已是过去,明天更多回忆,今天你要嫁给我。(唱起了《今天你要嫁给我》,从身上拿出一个易拉罐的拉环,给魔法师带上)
魔法师:Yes,I Do!
王子:对了,我还叫了一个人来“看”你,来福,请他进来!(随从带了一个人进来)
魔法师:他是谁啊?
王子:他是我请来的医师,是来帮你医治你的脚气的。
魔法师:你说什么?(扭住王子的耳朵)
王子:有人在看啊。
魔法师:(松开手)对了,你得好好答谢灰姑娘哦。
王子:说的也是,灰姑娘,为了答谢你,本王子送你一百万!来福。(随从把一张支票递给灰姑娘)
灰姑娘:(兴奋)多谢王子!多谢导演!多谢我的亲生父亲、母亲。要不是因为你们的死,也不会发生这一切,我也就不会成为百万富翁了!谢谢、谢谢!
旁白:唉,看情况,恐怕她母亲的不小心死去,是她一手造成的!算了,反正呢,导演说了;不顾怎样,从此以后,王子和灰姑娘都过着幸福美满的生活!…...

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