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The French Maid was a musical comedy by Basil Hood and Walter Slaughter, originally produced at the Theatre Royal, Bath, under the management of Milton Bode on the 4th. April, 1896. It subsequently opened in London at the Metropole Theatre, London on 6 May 1896 and transferred to Terry's Theatre under the management of W. H. Griffiths on 24 April, 1897.

Dramatis Personæ

ADMIRAL SIR HERCULES HAWSER Mr. H. O. Clarey
GENERAL SIR DRUMMOND FIFE Mr. Windham Guise
LIEUTENANT HARRY FIFE Mr. Richard Green
PAUL LECUIRE Mr. Herbert Standing
MONSIEUR CAMEMBERT Mr. Eric Lewis
MAHARAJAH OF PUNKAPORE Mr. Percy Percival
CHARLES BROWN Mr. Murray King
JACK BROWN Mr. Joseph Wilson
ALPHONSE Mr. J. W. MacDonald
DOROTHY TRAVERS Miss Louie Pounds
LADY HAWSER Miss Kate Talby
VIOLET TRAVERS Miss Hilda Jeffries
MADAME CAMEMBERT Miss Lillie Pounds
SUZETTE Miss Kate Cutler

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Hôtel Anglais, Boulogne-sur-Mer.

ACT II

Additional item.



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