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Set in the mill area of Lancashire and its moors (though lacking most of the cliche Lancashire gags and mannerisms), this is the story [from the play by Bill Naughton] of a generation clash in a…
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Quai des Orfevres, being for the French the equivalent of what Scotland Yard is for the British, indicates clearly that this is a detective meller [from the novel Legitime defense by S.A. Steeman]…
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