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An interview with Soho striptease club owner Stuart MaCabe conducted by broadcaster Bernard Braden.
Inside Film 1968 15 mins
Interview with Soho striptease club proprietor Stuart MaCabe conducted by broadcaster Bernard Braden. MaCabe talks about the challenges of obtaining a license to run a striptease club, the effect that striptease has had on prostitution in the area, and on how society's attitudes to sex had become more liberal in recent years.
This title is also available on the DVD/Blu-ray 'Primitive London' in the BFI Flipside collection.
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