In 1967, James Mason presented this film based on the writings of Geoffrey Fletcher. It’s a fascinating nose into some of the less familiar corners of London, with some great footage from the city of the 60s. The tap dancer you see in the film only died quite recently at the age of 97. I found this out from being an inveterate archive nerd.
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