The Money Spinner: An Original Comedy in Two Acts

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Page 6 - Who also speaks with the accent of a foreigner.) Boycott, my friend, are you at home? My friend Boycott, do you hear me? (Receiving no answer, he enters rather cautiously and looks around, He is in black, wearing a long, tightly buttoned frock coat and a tall hat. His hair is red and closely cropped. His voice is soft and his manner stealthy and mechanical.) Where is Boycott, my friend? Ah, he has not yet taken his breakfast.
Page 11 - FAU. (aside) To shave ! That means a razor. I hate razors. Three times in my life I have been frustrated by a razor. It is such a sudden temptation. (MILLICENT puts her head round window and looks at FAUBERT) MIL.
Page 6 - Then the doors slowly open and the head of MONSIEUR JULES FAUBERT appears) FAU.

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