On May 19th 1951, Alain Bernardin opens Le Crazy Horse. An avant-garde artist, and passionate admirer of women, he was fascinated by the United States and driven by a single idea: to make artistic creation and women the focus of his club.
At that time it featured a succession of racy burlesque routines interspersed with musical or humorous interludes from variety artists.
Charles Aznavour had his first break here ...
The cabaret was named in honour of the Sioux chief, Crazy Horse.