Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
An entertaining, clever, amusing, and exciting variety show, Europa di Notte features a witty narration and the talents of performers from a wide range of fields. Among the most known to American audiences are Domenico Modugno and The Platters but judging by the quality of the acts, every other performer deserves equal recognition. Carmen Sevilla does an impressive dance routine, and magicians like Channing Pollock and others provide plenty of entrancing illusions. Then there are the guys from the Parisian Crazy Horse Saloon, who take almost all of it off but clothe the entire act in enough humor to pass muster with most audiences. Other dancers and singers, including the Ukrainian Chorus make this armchair tour of European nitery worthwhile.