|Harry Palmer arrives at the ChezNous|
|Harry Palmer within the club.|
- Guy Hamilton (dir). Funeral in Berlin. Scr: Evan Jones based on the novel by Len Deighton, with Michael Caine as Harry Palmer. UK 102 mins 1966. IMDB.
- R Kurt Johnson. “An American Drag Queen in West Berlin: The Negotiation of Homosexual Identity, Transgressive Behavior and Social Acceptance in late 1960s and early 1970s West Germany”. Sexuality and Culture, 16, 2, 2012: 187-204.
- Eric Lindsay. “ 'A Time For Tears': A further instalment in the Casino de Paris Striptease Theatre Club Story”. https://ericlindsay.wordpress.com, 1 May 2013. Online.
Homosexuality was partially decriminalised in West Germany in 1969, a year after East Germany had done likewise. Most of the information about Chez Nous refers to pre-1969 when homosexuality was illegal. Much of it sounds very old fashioned. In particular the performers were obliged to arrive and leave in mufti - not in 'costume' as was then said.
This of course changed later in the 1970s when artists such as Jayne County and Romy Haag became dominant on the Berlin scene.