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    The Passing Show [v2, #70, July 22, 1933] (Odhams Press, 2d, 40pp, 9¼″ x 12″)
    Details supplied by Mike Ashley.



    The Passing Show [v2, #72, August 5, 1933] (Odhams Press, 2d, 40pp, 9¼″ x 12″)
    Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 3 · Meet a Murderer · Rosita Forbes · ss
    • 7 · The Holidays they Dream · D. M. B. Collier · ar
    • 8 · I Step off the Map, 3: Was It a Miracle Which saved me? · Evelyn Waugh · ar; Waugh talks about how he became lost in the savannah and prayed for guidance clutching his St Christopher medallion. At that moment his horse set off in a different direction through a pathway Waugh hadn’t seen and led him direct to the ranch he was looking for - though it was still two hours away.
    • 10 · Hey, Taxi! · H. Kingsley Long · ss
    • 11 · An Eisteddfod for England, Please! · Hannen Swaffer · ar
    • 12 · Wild Animal Man #9: The Circus Is on Fire · Reuban Castang · ar
    • 14 · The Laughing Crook, 3. Evidence to Burn [Jeremiah Jones (The Laughing Crook)] · Will Scott · ss
    • 17 · Private Lives 72: Ruler of the Rails · Private Secretary · ar [Ref. Sir Josiah Stamp]
    • 22 · Woman to Woman: It’s Beauty we Want · Leonora Eyles · cl
    • 26 · The Girl at the Night Club · George Froxfield · ss










    The Passing Show [v2, #81, October 7, 1933] (2d, 44pp, 10½″ x 14¼″)
    With this issue the magazine switched to the large tabloid format with 44 pages, but still priced twopence. It now includes both a serial and a new “Smile Section” called Laughter. Details supplied by Mike Ashley.





    The Passing Show [v2, #85, November 4, 1933] (2d, 10½″ x 14¼″)
    The editorial on page 36 includes some feedback on the new format Passing Show. It’s a mized reaction, some not liking the new size, but one correspondent says that the “one redeeming feature [is] the fine new series, ‘The Pirates of Venus’”. Details supplied by Mike Ashley.


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