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Victor/Victoria

Victoria Grant is stranded in Paris. With Toddy as her mentor Victoria embarks upon a strange new career - a female impersonator with a difference: a woman pretending to be a man impersonating a woman. Count Victor Grazinski is born and becomes the toast of Parisienne nightlife.

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  • "An out-of-work British soprano, Victoria, falls in with a down-on-his-luck man, who gets the idea to present her as the world's greatest female impersonator, "Victor". "Victor" is an overnight singing sensation in the nightclubs of Paris, but this success becomes hilariously complicated when a Chicago mobster on vacation sees Victor in a nightclub and falls in love - and refuses to believe that Victor is a man."
  • "Victoria Grant is stranded in Paris. With Toddy as her mentor Victoria embarks upon a strange new career - a female impersonator with a difference: a woman pretending to be a man impersonating a woman. Count Victor Grazinski is born and becomes the toast of Parisienne nightlife."@en
  • "A poverty-stricken singer in Depression-era Paris becomes convinced that the only way she can earn a living on the nightclub circuit is to masquerade as a man who impersonates women. Then she meets the man of her dreams."
  • "A poverty-stricken singer in Depression-era Paris becomes convinced that the only way she can earn a living on the nightclub circuit is to masquerade as a man who impersonates women. Then she meets the man of her dreams."@en
  • "A man impersonating a woman on stage? Piece of cake. But a woman whose livelihood depends on pretending to be a man who pretends to be a woman? Now you?ve got problems! An out-of-work singer conspires to pose as a female impersonator in order to get work on the Paris cabaret circuit."@en
  • "Stage production. Musical. An unemployed soprano in 1930s Paris finds work as a male female impersonator in a top nightclub. The arrival on the scene of an American club owner, however, complicates matters somewhat."
  • "A starving singer in Depression-era Paris, Victoria is convinced that she may have more luck on the transvestite circuit--is she can pass herself off as a man."@en
  • "It's 1935 and Victoria Grant ... is stranded in Paris. Deserted by her runaway boss, she is penniless, hungry and eviction looms large on the horizon. A series of bizarre events lead Victoria to team up with Toddy ... With Toddy as her mentor Victoria embarks upon a strange new career - a female impersonator with a difference: a woman pretending to be a man impersonating a woman ..."@en
  • "A woman singer working on the cabaret circuit pretends to be a man pretending to be a woman. Things get even more complicated when she meets the man of her dreams. Set in Paris, France, in 1934."
  • "A woman singer working on the cabaret circuit pretends to be a man pretending to be a woman. Things get even more complicated when she meets the man of her dreams. Set in Paris, France, in 1934."@en
  • "Victoria is an out-of-work singer whose life changes when she meets the flamboyant Toddy. With his help, she becomes 'Victor, ' an overnight singing sensation in the nightclubs of Paris. But success becomes hilariously complicated when she meets the love of her life, King Marchan, a macho Chicago gangster."@en
  • "An out-of-work singer's life changes when she meets Toddy, who helps her become Victor, and overnight sensation in the nightclubs of Paris. Her success becomes complicated when she meets King Marchan, a Chicago gangster, and his ex-girlfriend."@en
  • "A failed singer in Paris makes it big as she impersonates a man impersonating a woman. Explores role playing in some depth. Musical comedy."@en
  • "Eine Frau wird zum Mann. Und dieser Mann wird der Star von Paris. Blake Edwards schuf mit Julie Andrews eine intelligente Komödie. Sie wird gewürzt durch schillernde Cabareteinlagen und die stilvolle Ausstattung des Paris der zwanziger Jahre."
  • "Leading players: Julie Andrews, James Garner, Robert Preston, Lesley Ann Warren, Alex Karras, John Rhys-Davies, Graham Stark, Peter Arne. Awards: Academy Award 1982 - Best Original Song Score; Academy Award Nomination 1982 - Best Actress (Julie Andrews), Best Supporting Actor (Robert Preston), Best Supporting Actress (Lesley Ann Warren), Best Screenplay Adaptation, Best Costume Design, Best Art Direction."
  • "A starving singer in Depression-era Paris is convinced by an equally hapless performer that she may have more luck on the transvestite circuit if she can first pass herself off as a man."@en
  • ""An out of work British soprano, Victoria falls in with a down-on-his-luck man who gets the idea to present her as the world's greatest female impersonator, Victor." -- Back cover."
  • "A down-and-out singer masquerades as a man and becomes the toast of Paris cabarets in the 1930s, to the delight of her gay mentor and the confusion of an American admirer."
  • "Verfilming van de broadway musical waarin een straatarme zangeres besluit in 1930 in Parijs, verkleed als man, een cabaretnummer als "travestiet" te beginnen. Dat leidt tot komische ontwikkelingen met een mannelijke bewonderaar."
  • "Victor Victoria tells the story of an out-of-work singer whose life changes when she meets the flamboyant Toddy. With his help, she becomes "Victor", an overnight singing sensation in the nightclubs of Paris. But success becomes hilariously complicated when she meets the love of her life, King Marchan, a macho Chicago gangster."@en
  • "Victor Victoria tells the story of an out-of-work singer whose life changes when she meets the flamboyant Toddy. With his help, she becomes "Victor", an overnight singing sensation in the nightclubs of Paris. But success becomes hilariously complicated when she meets the love of her life, King Marchan, a macho Chicago gangster."
  • "Paris, 1934. Après une nouvelle audition ratée, Victoria Grant fait la connaissance de Toddy, un homosexuel au grand coeur. Touché par sa misère, il lui offre l'hospitalité et élabore un plan des plu sfous : puisque personne ne veut de Victoria en chanteuse, elle deviendra... chanteur ! Rebaptisée Victor, chanteur au passé de célèbre travesti polonais, Victoria rencontre le succès. Tout se complique lorsque King Marchan, le roi des night-clubs de Chicago, tombe amoureux d'elle..."
  • "A man impersonating a woman on stage? Piece of cake. But a woman whose livelihood depends on pretending to be a man who pretends to be a woman? Now you've got problems! An out-of-work singer conspires to pose as a female impersonator in order to get work on the Paris cabaret circuit."
  • "A poverty-stricken singer in Depression-era Paris becomes convinced that the only way she can earn a living on the nightclub circuit is to masquerade as a man who impersonates women."
  • "A poverty-stricken singer in Depression-era Paris becomes convinced that the only way she can earn a living on the nightclub circuit is to masquerade as a man who impersonates women."@en
  • "A starving singer in Depression-era Paris, Victoria is convinced that she may have more luck on the transvestite circuit - if only she can manage to pass herself off as a man."
  • "Fiction. Comédie. Dans les années 30, à Paris. Sans emploi, une chanteuse revêt les habits d'un travesti. Avec Julie Andrews, James Garner, Robert Preston."
  • "A singer (Andrews) masquerades as a female impersonator in Paris, circa 1934. This brings her success in her professional life but complicates her personal life."@en
  • "A singer (Andrews) masquerades as a female impersonator in Paris, circa 1934. This brings her success in her professional life but complicates her personal life."
  • "Feature film from the UK. Musical. An unemployed soprano in 1930s Paris finds work as a male female impersonator in a top nightclub. The arrival on the scene of an American club owner, however, complicates matters somewhat."
  • "Victor/Victoria tells the story of an out-of-work singer whose life changes when she meets the flamboyant Toddy. With his help, she becomes "Victor", an overnight singing sensation in the nightclubs of Paris. But success becomes hilariously complicated when she meets the love of her life, King Marchan, a macho Chicage gangster."
  • "Verfilming van de Broadway musical waarin een straatarme zangeres besluit in 1930 in Parijs, verkleed als man, een cabaretnummer als 'travestiet' te beginnen, hetgeen leidt tot komische verwikkelingen met een mannelijke bewonderaar."
  • "Parigi, 1934: Victoria Grant, cantante di cabaret disoccupata, segue il consiglio dell'amico gay Toddy e riesce ad avere successo spacciandosi per uomo. (Mereghetti)."@it
  • "A starving singer in Depression-era Paris is convinced by an equally hapless performer that she may have more luck on the transvestite circuit if she can only pass herself off as a man."@en
  • "A starving singer in Depression-era Paris is convinced by an equally hapless performer that she may have more luck on the transvestite circuit if she can only pass herself off as a man. -- Container."
  • "A starving singer in Depression-era Paris is convinced by an equally hapless performer that she may have more luck on the transvestite circuit if she can only pass herself off as a man. -- Container."@en
  • "The story of an out-of-work singer whose life changes when she meets the flamboyant Toddy. With his help, she becomes "Victor," an overnight singing sensation in the nightclubs of Paris. But success becomes hilariously complicated when she meets the love of her life, King Marchan, a macho Chicago gangster. Adding her two cents to the couple's troubles is Marchan's ex-girlfriend, the ditzy Norma Cassidy."@en
  • "Dans le Paris des années trente, Victoria pourrait être une excellente chanteuse d'opéra... mais sa voix n'intéresse pas les impresarios. Alors qu'elle est au bord du désespoir, elle rencontre Toddy, qui était lui aussi chanteur, dans un cabaret spécialisé dans les numéros de travestis, et qui vient de perdre son emploi. Toddy propose à Victoria de devenir Victor Grazinski, comte polonais qui se ferait passer pour... une femme et ferait carrière comme le plus grand travesti de l'époque. Et ça marche! Victoria est engagée par le meilleur impresario parisien. Les difficultés commencent lorsqu'elle tombe amoureuse d'un Américain, King Marchan..."
  • "Julie Andrews gives her hottest performance of her career portraying a gay female impersonator."
  • "A starving singer in Depression-era Paris is convinced by others that she may have more luck on the transvestite circuit."
  • "A starving singer in Depression-era Paris is convinced by others that she may have more luck on the transvestite circuit."@en

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  • "Fiction television programs."@en
  • "Fiction television programs."
  • "Vidéo."
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired."
  • "Televised musicals."
  • "Blu-ray."@en
  • "Comedy films."
  • "Comedy films."@en
  • "Musical films."@en
  • "Movies"
  • "DVD"
  • "Feature films"
  • "Feature films"@en
  • "Televised operas."
  • "Fiction films."
  • "comédie musicale filmée (fiction)"
  • "Features."
  • "Drama"
  • "Drama"@en
  • "Feature films."@en
  • "Feature films."
  • "Comedie/Comique."
  • "Drama."
  • "Drama."@en
  • "Film remakes."@en
  • "comédie (fiction)"
  • "Television musicals."@en
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Films for the hearing impaired."@en
  • "Commedia (Genere)"@it

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  • "Victor/Victoria"
  • "Victor/Victoria"@en
  • "Victor Victoria,"@it
  • "Victor/Victoria the original broadway cast production /"@en
  • "Victor Victoria (motion picture : 1982)"
  • "Victor, Victoria."
  • "Victor/Victoria (Motion picture)"@en
  • "Victor/Victoria (Motion picture)"
  • "Victor Victoria /"
  • "Victor Victoria /"@it
  • "Victor o Victoria (Pel·lícula cinematogràfica)"
  • "Victor / (comedy)."
  • "Victor Victoria."
  • "Victor/Victoria."
  • "Victor/Victoria."@en
  • "Victor/Victoria /"
  • "Victor Victoria"@en
  • "Victor Victoria"
  • "VICTOR/VICTORIA"
  • "Victor Victoria une nouvelle comédie musicale /"
  • "Victor, Victoria"@en
  • "Victor, Victoria"
  • "Víctor o Victoria"
  • "Blake Edwards' Victor/Victoria"
  • "Blake Edwards' Victor/Victoria"@en
  • "Blake Edwards' Victor Victoria"@en
  • "Blake Edwards' Victor Victoria"
  • "VICTOR/VICTORIA ; Regie: Blake Edwards. Mit Julie Andrews, James Garner, Robert Preston, Lesley Ann Warren, Alex Karras, John Rhys-Davies, Graham Stark, Peter Arne u. a. Musik: Henry Mancini."
  • "Victor-Victoria."
  • "Victor Victoria : original soundtrack recording /"@en
  • "Victor / Victoria"@en
  • "Victor / Victoria"
  • "Victor Victoria <risorsa elettronica>"@it
  • "Blake Edward's Victor Victoria"@en

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