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Frou Frou, Frou-Frou, or Fru Fru may refer to:
- Frou-Frou (1923), a film directed by Guy du Fresnay
- Frou-Frou (1955), a French comedy directed by Augusto Genina
- Froufrou (play) (1869), a play by Ludovic Halévy and Henri Meilhac
- Frou-Frou, a 19th-century play to benefit George Holland
- Le Comte de Frou Frou, a minor Blackadder character
- Frou-Frou, the horse in Disney's The Aristocats
- Frou-Frou, Vronsky's steeplechase mare in Anna Karenina
- Fru Fru, an arctic shrew from the Disney animated film Zootopia
- Furu Furu, a character in the anime series Majokko Megu-chan whose name is spelled "Fru Fru" in Italian translations
- Miss Fru Fru, an episode of the Cartoon Network animated series, Camp Lazlo
- Le Frou-frou, a weekly satirical journal published in Paris from 1900 to 1923.
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