These saucy photos reveal the sumptuous backdrops and (sometime) costuming of revue and cabaret shows at Paris’s Folies Bergère in the 1940s. It’s kinda crazy to think that it’s still in business (and has been for almost 130 years). Photographer Robert Bothner is responsible for these eye-boggling images (the horse riding character at top slays me). If this was a production during wartime, I wonder what the opulence was like during Josephine Baker’s day. I’d love to see a photo of the audience.