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Frisette is a French one-act vaudeville by Eugène Labiche and Auguste Lefranc.

It was first produced in Paris in the Théâtre du Palais-Royal on 28 April 1846. Published by Editions Michel Lévy frères.

Known in South Africa through John Maddison Morton's famous English adaptation of the French play as Box and Cox (1847).

See Box and Cox


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