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Sunday, October 18, 2009

We Never Closed

Shot with Olympus E620
... but we do change with the times. The Windmill Theater is famous for two things: shows involving scantily clad ladies started in the 30's, inspired my the Moulin Rouge in Paris. Back then, it was decided that the girls had to stand stock still, living statues or "Tableux Vivants" (a few pictures here). If they moved, it was RUDE. They also never shut during WWII with shows running all through the Blitz. It appears, that they have moved with the times and now, the girls move too.

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