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The film is based on the true story of the world-famous [[Windmill Theatre]] in [[London]]. Eccentric 70-year-old widow Mrs. [[Laura henderson|Laura Henderson]] purchases it as a post-widowhood hobby, and appoints autocratic manager [[Vivian Van Damm]]. In 1932 they start a continuous variety review called 'Revudeville', but after other theatres in London copy this innovation, they begin to lose money. Mrs. Henderson suggests they add female [[nudity]] similar to the [[Moulin Rouge]] in [[Paris]]. This is unprecedented in the United Kingdom. The [[Lord Chamberlain]] reluctantly allows this under the condition that the nude performers do not move so it can be considered [[art]].
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Because the theatre's auditorium is below street level it is relatively safe during [[The Blitz|the bombing of London]], and performances continue. The performers bravely go on with the show even during frightening bombing raids, to the extent of the posed nude girls resuming their poses after ducking as the whole theatre is shaken and the scene flats all round them sway, following a bomb landing close by. Eventually, the authorities want the theatre to close because of the danger of crowds gathering in the street outside the theatre. However, Mrs. Henderson successfully argues that for soldiers going to die in the war this is their last chance, and for many of the young soldiers their only chance, to see female nudity.
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Maureen, one of the cast, becomes involved at Mrs Henderson's instigation with a young soldier, one of the audience regulars. Maureen becomes pregnant, is very upset about how it will affect her life, and hands in her notice. However, before the issue can be resolved, she is killed by a bomb while leaving the theatre.
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Other scenes depict life in the theatre during the period. Mrs. Henderson and Mr. Van Damm frequently clash and squabble, but also show great appreciation of each other. The film's closing credits explain that on her death in 1944 Mrs Henderson bequeathes the theatre to Mr Van Damm.
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