Film: 353

Entertainment + Leisure | 1950 | Silent | B/W


The cabaret and night club scene of Paris France 1950's

Intertitle - "The sun sets behind the Arc de Triomphe but Paris does not sleep". View of the Arc de Triomphe at night as the sun has set. Various night illuminations of Le Cabaret and Moulin Rouge, Eve nightclub, Chat Noir, Romance, all more down market nightclubs and cabaret shows. Girls dance around a large man with a crown, one does a kind of belly dance.
Intertitle - "The Bal Tabarin, home of the French Can Can, is one of the best known night spots in Paris". Girls on a stage doing the can can wearing big frilly dresses, one takes centre stage, spins around and lands in the splits. Two girls do cartwheels and handstands and walk on their hands.
Elaborate display with a fairground theme. The girls hang off a spinning merry-go-round and show off their dexterity, looks like a circus act.
Dances with an Eastern theme, costumes with lots of feathers.


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