A comely, cats-eye bespectacled therapist attempts to help a nebbeshy bachelor in Ted V. Mikels' Dr. Sex from 1964. The bachelor, who dresses mannequins in store windows, is suffering from the delusion that these mannequins come to life and talk with him while he undresses him. The therapist, as part of his treatment, is here mimmicking a mannequin.
Incidentally, this film was directed pseudonymously by St. Paul native Ted V. Mikels.