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'L'Ami Fritz'

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An Alsatian Idyll in Three Acts by ALLAN MACLEAN , taken from the French of Erckmann-
Chatrian
Characters :
Act 1. Fritz's house in Clairefontaine
Act II. The farm at Des Mésanges
Act III. Same as Act I
Period-1875
Produced by HOWARD ROSE

Contributors

Unknown: Allan MacLean
Produced By: Howard Rose
Fritz Kobus, a wealthy young landowner: Deering Wells
The Rabbi David, one of Fritz's friends: Fisher White
Christel, a tenant farmer: Arthur Keane
Yosef, a gypsy musician: Allan Wade
Hanezo, a tax collector: C. H. P. Hay
Frédéric, a land-surveyor: Arthur Goullet
Suzel, Christel's daughter: Joyce Moore
Lisbeth, a widow: Greta Wood
Catherine, a housekeeper ....: Barbara Gott
Denizot, a knife-grinder: Frank Denton
Woman, a farm labourer: Josephine Shand
Man, a farm labourer: Leonard Sachs

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