Night Life: Slipping the Disque

The most fashionable dancing these days is done at a discotheque, which is really nothing but a highbrow version of a juke joint plus a disk jockey. But this simple formula and the dancing that goes with it is giving international night life its newest sights and sounds.

In Paris there are about 50 of them.

Chicest at the moment is a crowded hole in Montparnasse called New Jimmy's, where Novelist Francoise Sagan and cinema's Roger Vadim, Jacques Charrier and Jane Fonda turn up to Hully Gully. London's discotheques range from the superexclusive Annabel's...

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