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Exclusive Look of Love clip

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This summer promises to be a rather large one for Steve Coogan. While you're already aware, and breathlessly excited about, the much-anticipated Alan Partridge movie, it's time to get enthused about his other big screen offering.

In true life tale The Look of Love, Coogan takes on the role of Paul Raymond, a man who was dubbed the "King of Soho" after opening the UK's first strip club and launching a number of adult magazines.

We've got our hands on an exclusive clip from the movie and in it, we get to see Raymond show his girlfriend, played by Tamsin Egerton, around his swish new bachelor pad.

The Look of Love hits cinemas on April 26

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