Passepartout


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Passepartout

bungling foil to the punctilious Fogg. [Fr. Lit.: Around the World in Eighty Days]
See: Butler

Passepartout

faithful valet of Phileas Fogg. [Fr. Lit.: Around the World in Eighty Days]
See: Loyalty

Passepartout

Phileas Fogg’s rash valet. [Fr. Lit.: Around the World in Eighty Days]
See: Servant
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"Faith," muttered Passepartout, somewhat flurried, "I've seen people at Madame Tussaud's as lively as my new master!"
Fogg, Passepartout had been carefully observing him.
As for Passepartout, he was a true Parisian of Paris.
It would be rash to predict how Passepartout's lively nature would agree with Mr.
At half-past eleven, then, Passepartout found himself alone in the house in Saville Row.
A moderate-sized safe stood in his bedroom, constructed so as to defy fire as well as burglars; but Passepartout found neither arms nor hunting weapons anywhere; everything betrayed the most tranquil and peaceable habits.
The other street performances on St Peter's Street will be at 11am, 1.15pm and 3.30pm with Around the World with Phileas Fogg: Day 79 following the antics of the intrepid explorer and his valet Passepartout trying to coerce their hot air balloons to go in the right direction and cross the finish line at the Reform Club.
This stage adaptation of Jules Verne's classic sends 19th-century British explorer Phileas Fogg and his faithful manservant, Passepartout, on a circumnavigational journey to win a bet that becomes about much more.
By Paola Fiocchi Van den Brande, Director of Passepartout Homes Ltd.
It's not panto, but the audience becomes a key part of the show, with two women whisked onto stage to help move tables in comic fashion and Passepartout's musical ode to a lady from Newcastle in the front row.
In the 1873 classic novel, the plot revolves around Phileas Fogg, another London resident who attempts to circumnavigate the world in 80 days with his French valet Passepartout to win a bet of Au20,000.