Window Shopping (by Louis E. Shecter & Norman Clark) tells of a
near-bankrupt department store which, as a desperation publicity
stunt, has a young girl live by day, then undress and sleep by night,
in one of its windows. The girl packs the store with customers. It will
be more of a trick to pack the theatre with them.
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