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 +'''Ali Baba''' is a [[fictional character]] based in [[Ancient Arabia]]. He is described in the adventure tale of ''Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves'', part of ''[[The Book of One Thousand and One Nights]]''. Some critics believe that this story was added to ''The Book of One Thousand and One Nights'' by one of its European transcribers, [[Antoine Galland]], an [[18th-century]] [[France|French]] orientalist who may have heard it in oral form from an [[Arab]] story-teller from [[Aleppo]]. However, [[Richard F. Burton]] claimed it to be part of the original ''Book of One Thousand and One Nights''. This story has also been used as a popular [[pantomime]] plot—perhaps most famously in the pantomime/[[musical theatre|musical]] ''[[Chu Chin Chow]]'' (1916).
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Ali Baba is a fictional character based in Ancient Arabia. He is described in the adventure tale of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, part of The Book of One Thousand and One Nights. Some critics believe that this story was added to The Book of One Thousand and One Nights by one of its European transcribers, Antoine Galland, an 18th-century French orientalist who may have heard it in oral form from an Arab story-teller from Aleppo. However, Richard F. Burton claimed it to be part of the original Book of One Thousand and One Nights. This story has also been used as a popular pantomime plot—perhaps most famously in the pantomime/musical Chu Chin Chow (1916).




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