NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRAS PARADE New Orleans winds up it's week-long pre-Lenten celebration with a Shrove Tuesday such as makes their Mardi Gras world famous. Crowds line the streets as floats in the parade pass by.
THOUSANDS HAIL MARDI GRAS America's most colorful pageant, Mardi Gras, opens on a note of revelry and gaiety, with thousands on hand to see the spectacular parade of floats that marks the opening of the six-day carnival in New Orleans. The Mardi Gras King and Queen begin the dancing at the ball.
MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS Floats adorned with decorations and people in festive costumes parade down Bourbon Street in New Orleans for the opening of the Mardi Gras festival. The King and Queen of the celebration greet the public. People dance at the Mardi Gras ball.
MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS 1953 The annual whirlwind of gaiety sweeps through the streets of New Orleans. The Proteus Parade is more colorful than ever, and the maskers make merry in the same mad way as always.
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