|Strip Tease Murder|
|Directed by||Ernest Morris|
|Written by||Paul Tabori|
|Edited by||Derek Parsons|
|Music by||Bill LeSage|
|Distributed by||Paramount British Pictures (UK)|
|March 1961 (UK)|
Strip Tease Murder is a low budget 1961 British film thriller directed by Ernest Morris and starring John Hewer and Ann Lynn.   
Diana, a stripper, is electrocuted during a dance routine on stage at the Flamingo Club. Her husband, compere Bert Black, turns detective to investigate. He suspects Diana was murdered for a crime she didn't commit, but proving it to the satisfaction of Inspector Forbes is another matter.
Hal Erickson in Allmovie called it a "lurid British potboiler",  while in The Spinning Image, Graeme Clarke wrote, "Strip Tease Murder had a title which promised far more lurid thrills than the censorship of the day would have allowed them to deliver on, although as far as the nudity went it was still going further than most of its contemporaries. Yet you could see as much in such higher profile fare as Expresso Bongo , and probably be more entertained by a better standard of production to boot...now appearing whimsically old-fashioned, Strip Tease Murder was unlikely to find an enduring reception outside of vintage exploitation fans." 
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