AMERICANS IN PARIS - 1 Paris, France becomes a tourist hotspot for Americans in the Jazz Age (a phenomenon which inspired the later Broadway musical "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"). From Film - available for HD upgrade.
PARIS NIGHTCLUBS Jazz Age American tourists flock to Paris to visit famous nightclubs like the Moulin Rouge and Folies-Bergere to see world-class performers like dancer Josephine Baker. From Film - available for HD upgrade.
TRAVEL BY LUXURY OCEAN LINER Jazz Age American tourists travel on luxurious ocean liners to Europe. They play shuffleboard, sun themselves on the deck, and drink at the bar. From Film - available for HD upgrade.
AMERICANS GO ABROAD Jazz Age economic prosperity results in more Americans traveling abroad. An ocean liner filled with passengers sets sail from New York City for Paris, France. From Film - available for HD upgrade.
FAMOUS CHICAGO GANGSTERS During the Prohibition years, Chicago becomes famous for its crime syndicate. Gangsters like Jack "Legs" Diamond, Dion O'Banion, Johnny Torrio, and Machine Gun Kelly become nationally known figures. From Film - available for HD upgrade.
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