Meaning of Revudeville in English:

Revudeville

Pronunciation /rɪˈvjuːd(ə)vɪl/

noun

(also Revuedeville)
historical
  • (The name of) a form of continuous entertainment incorporating elements of variety and revue presented at the Windmill Theatre in London, between 1932 and 1964.

    From the late 1930s further popularized by the inclusion of the Windmill's celebrated nude tableaux vivants.

Origin

1930s; earliest use found in The Times. From Revu- + -deville.