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Victor/Victoria

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starring
Julie Andrews
James Garner.
This sparkling musical comedy from the creator of the 'Pink
Panther' movies is set in Paris during the 1930s. Victoria - a down-and-out singer - is trying to work the cabaret scene. By chance she meets Toddy, a gay and witty entertainer, who knows his way around the city. He conceives a brilliant plan - to pass off Victoria as a female impersonator. Soon 'Victor/ Victoria' is the toast of Paris. But complications arise - mainly in the shape of the handsome King....
Screenplay by BLAKE EDWARDS Produced by BLAKE EDWARDS and TONY ADAMS
Directed by BLAKE EDWARDS
Original music by HENRY MANCINI
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Contributors

Unknown: Julie Andrews
Unknown: James Garner.
Play By: Blake Edwards
Produced By: Blake Edwards
Unknown: Tony Adams
Directed By: Blake Edwards
Music By: Henry Mancini
Victor/Victoria: Julie Andrews
King Marchan: James Garner
Carroll 'Toddy' Todd: Robert Preston
Norma: Lesley Ann Warren
Squash: Alex Karras
Andre: John Rhys-Davies
Waiter: Graham Stark
M Labisse: Peter Arne
Detective: Sherloque Tanney
Third rate hotel manager: Michael Robbins
Sal Andratti: Norman Chancer
Restaurant manager: David Gant
Richard: Malcolm Jamieson

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