News 25 students have been arrested in California following an undercover police operation which echoes the plot of 21 Jump Street, a Hollywood film in which Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum play young police officers who pose as high school pupils

In events that echo TV series and film 21 Jump Street, officers in California posed as high school students to make the drug related arrests

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Main claim

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Main Claim

film dead man's curve

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Pretty boys outscore men with a strong jaw

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TELEVISION: Counsel for the prostitution

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O clouds, unfold!

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Wise guise

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pick of the week:CINEMA

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Edward Scissorhands 28 December, 9.30pm C4

Edward Scissorhands

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Brando film is halted

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Cannes, part deux

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IN reference to Quentin Curtis's review of Tim Burton's Ed Wood (28 May), Edward D Wood Jr died in 1978, not 1969 as stated.

Through the pain barrier

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