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We've had some good shows, but they're not daring enough. Let's get rid of the clothes.
If there was one place which defined the spirit of London during the Blitz, it was the Windmill Theatre; its doors always open to receive the boys' home from leave, its famous nude tableaux guaranteeing full houses round the clock- a permanent 'V' sign to the Luftwaffe. The camaraderie of the theatre was also at its height during the war - a little world of big laughs, close friendships and lost loves. And like the war, it could not last forever.
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