The Daily Telegraph magazine - Clement Freud cover (5 March 1971)
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges WHEN BIRNAM WOOD WENT TO FFESTINIOG - Macbeth, one of the darkest and most difficult of Shakespeare's tragedies, is being filmed by the somewhat unlikely trinity of Kenneth Tynan, Roman Polanski and Hugh Hefner's Playboy Productions. Contrary to early rumours, the film contains little nudity and there is not a Bunny dip in sight. Clement Freud, recruited as an extra-about-to-be-hanged, reports from the location in Merioneth Three and three-quarter pages
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