The Theater: French Dressing

Paris was Paris again. Bejeweled blondes and their bejowled escorts were swarming, last week, to the Folies-Bergère's first new revue since the war began. Called C'est de la Folie (It's Madness), this latest mounting of a spectacle that has more tourist appeal than the Louvre or the Eiffel Tower was decidedly up to snuff. It was so glamorously dressed and undressed by turns that the critics slid right over its dull tunes and dreary gags to write rave reviews.

The spotlight caught the show's two star nudes: blonde Parisienne Nicole Roy, café-au-lait Haitian Fortunia....

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