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Victor/Victoria 1982

From Amazon: Blake Edwards's delightful Victor/Victoria may be one of the last of the great, old-style movie musical comedies--it is so good, it was turned into a hit Broadway stage musical years later. And both versions starred Edwards's wife Julie Andrews (the former Mary Poppins) in the title role--as Victor and Victoria. She's a down-and-out singer who hooks up with a flamboyantly gay theatrical veteran (Robert Preston), and together they become the toast of 1934 Paris by dreaming up a provocative nightclub act in which Victoria assumes the identity of a man in drag. So, in other words, Andrews plays a woman playing a man playing a woman ......

Directed By:
No image existsBlake Edwards
Written By:
No image existsBlake Edwards
No image existsJulie Andrews
No image existsJames Garner
No image existsRobert Preston
No image existsLesley Ann Warren
No image existsAlex Karras
No image existsJohn Rhys-Davies
No image existsNorman Chancer
No image existsPeter Arne

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Victor/Victoria Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/11/2007)

I don't think anyone besides Julie Andrews would be able to pull off the role of a woman posing as a man who dresses as a woman.

Victoria feels unappreciated as a singer until she and her friend come up with the idea of her dressing as a drag queen. She, as Victor, becomes the toast of the town and causes a wealthy man,...

(complete Victor/Victoria review by Jessica Film Junkie)

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