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    The Passing Show [v3, #148, January 19, 1935] (2d, 32pp)
    Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 5 · I Was Hitler’s Prisoner (Part 1) · Stefan Lorant · ar; Lorant’s diary - he of course went on to revolutionize the British magazine scene with Lilliput.
    • 7 · The Man Who Could Vanish · Barré Lyndon · ss; fantasy about a man who, having meddled with electricity, finds he can vanish - perhaps folding into another dimension.
    • 10 · Britain’s Back Door · L. G. Branson · ar; about London’s dockland.
    • 13 · Private Lives 148: Daddy Dear · Private Secretary · ar [Ref. Conrad Veidt]; about the actor.
    • 14 · The Trials of Lady Dyther · S. L. Bensusan · ss
    • 16 · The Jinn from the Sky · Tanjong · ss; presented as a fantasy but really a story by an Arab who has never previously seen a plane and who believes it is a Roc.
    • 26 · Woman to Woman: “So Sweet to Dress” · Berta Ruck · cl
    • 28 · When Worlds Collide [Part 8 of 17] · Edwin Balmer & Philip Wylie · n. The Blue Book Magazine September 1932 (+5)



    The Passing Show [v3, #150, February 2, 1935] (2d, 32pp)
    Details supplied by John Brandler.
    • 5- 7 · A Shot at Goal [Montague Egg] · Dorothy L. Sayers · ss; illustrated by Lendon
    • 8- 9 · Henry Ford Shows Me His Dream That Came True · Valentine Williams · ar
    • 10 · City of Silence · Miles Henslow · ss; illustrated by Edgar Spenceley
    • 11-12 · I Was Hitler’s Prisoner, 3: News in a Wine Bottle · Stefan Lorant · ar; illustrated by photo
    • 13-16 · Put Me Ashore · R. V. Gery · ss; illustrated by W. R. E. Scott; a South Seas romance that shows that some man-eaters love their victims.
    • 17-20 · Laughter · [Various] · hu; cartoons by Seviour, G.S. Sherwood, Betts, KGror, A.C. Barrett, Wilson Fleming, (?) (JR) Cane, M. Hall, Dunkel, A.W. Browne, A.E.B., Bruce Bairnsfather, Mabel Lucie Attwell.
    • 22-24 · Secret of the Wrecker—The Terrible Story of the Train Wreck at Blatorgaby in Sept 1931. Sylvestre Matuska Who Was Sentenced to Death · [uncredited] · ar
    • 24 · Chinging! Ulcherwado, The language of Chaffinches · W. J. Passingham · ar
    • 26-28 · When Worlds Collide [Part 10 of 17] · Edwin Balmer & Philip Wylie · n. The Blue Book Magazine September 1932 (+5); illustrated by Fortunino Matania; sub-titled “Secrets of Bronson Beta”.
    • 30-31 · Woman to Woman: Parking the Children · E. Arnot Robertson · cl
    • 32 · This Really Happened… “They Called Him Mad Dog” · E. R. · ar











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