Dancers adjust their costumes backstage before performing at the Lido, France's most prestigious cabaret theatre, in a performance of new revue "Bonheur" (Happiness), in Paris, in this January 17, 2005 file photo. High-kicking, bare-breasted dancers in plumed headdresses have been a staple of gangster films and a feature of Paris night life since the days of the legendary Josephine Baker before World War Two. Through years of changing tastes, the Lido and the Crazy Horse, and others such as the Moulin Rouge or Paradis Latin have gone on, helped recently by a fascination with the camp glamour of the 1970s in pop music and fashion.

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