Secrets of a Windmill Girl DVD Features
Capturing the dazzling energy of London's Soho district in the mid-'60s, this unique record of the legendary Windmill Theater (which stayed open through the WWII blitz) features plenty of stripteases and saucy dancers. Using the theater's real burlesque dancers in all the stage scenes, here's the sordid story of the life and death of one memorable performer. Featuring early appearances by April Wilding (Hands of the Ripper) and Pauline Collins (Upstairs, Downstairs) resplendent in paste jewelry and fishnet stockings
Source: Image Entertainment, Inc.
Full Frame - 1.33
Letterbox - 1.66
Dolby Digital Mono - English
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