An account of the technique of reading the tabloid press in an intelligent manor via differing editorial techniques that leads to three styles of newspapers giving varying accounts of a strip-tease act.

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Cast

Uncredited cast:
Joss Ambler ...
Adams (uncredited)
Frank Atkinson ...
Inkpin (uncredited)
Roy Ward Baker ...
News Vendor (uncredited)
Alfie Bass ...
Tom - Newspaper Reader (uncredited)
Grey Blake ...
Ackland (uncredited)
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Carman (uncredited)
Beckett Bould ...
1st Policeman (uncredited)
Frederick Burtwell ...
Lawyer (uncredited)
Gerald Case ...
Oliver (uncredited)
Albert Chevalier ...
Xerxes (uncredited)
Peter Croft ...
Dick (uncredited)
Philip Cunningham ...
Hallam (uncredited)
Derek Gorst ...
Groom (uncredited)
Ruth Grundy ...
Mary (uncredited)
Laurence Hanray ...
Bostock (uncredited)
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An account of the technique of reading the tabloid press in an intelligent manor via differing editorial techniques that leads to three styles of newspapers giving varying accounts of a strip-tease act.

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