Known successively by the names of "Paris-Hollywood" and "Les beautés de Paris et de Hollywood", the magazine achieved its final fame as "Les folies de Paris et de Hollywood". Little by little, and with the unexpected help from the Hays law on censorship, the magazine called in professional photographers from the French cinema who could provide images with more pizzaz. The film sets and the Parisian cabarets became their privileged shooting ground. We propose to you today the publications from 1953 to 1970, issue # 2 to # 538 plus 23 exceptional issues. More than 400 different issues.