Where the dolls dance in the window!

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Where the dolls dance in the window!

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Was having a listening session tonight when I noticed this neat dealer label.
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I wonder what that is referring to? Cool, nonetheless.

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travisgreyfox wrote:I wonder what that is referring to? Cool, nonetheless.
I wondered as well. There was the popular tune in the 20s, "The Doll Dance." Perhaps they had animatronic/mechanical figures in their display window?
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CharliePhono wrote:
travisgreyfox wrote:I wonder what that is referring to? Cool, nonetheless.
I wondered as well. There was the popular tune in the 20s, "The Doll Dance." Perhaps they had animatronic/mechanical figures in their display window?

My buddy told me about places like that he saw in Amsterdam years ago. Maybe it's like that :roll:

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JerryVan wrote:
CharliePhono wrote:
travisgreyfox wrote:I wonder what that is referring to? Cool, nonetheless.
I wondered as well. There was the popular tune in the 20s, "The Doll Dance." Perhaps they had animatronic/mechanical figures in their display window?

My buddy told me about places like that he saw in Amsterdam years ago. Maybe it's like that :roll:
I've been to Amsterdam and have seen those "windows"... I'm sure it was something different... :? :lol:
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