Greatest Julie Andrews singing role? Rate This. The other drag film of the year was "Tootsie", which stuck to the romance and stayed away from uncomfortable homosexual touches as much as it managed to. Release Dates. Runtime: min.
Madame President. Sal Andratti David Gant Waiter Peter Arne If they pull this scheme off, Toddy vows Victoria, as her male alter ego, will be the toast of Paris and as such be extremely looikng.
Written by Huggo. The circular pan around Julie as she sings "Crazy World" is a lovely example of how camera movement can create emotion without drawing attention to itself.
Victoria's Job When she's not busy with her so-called royal duties, Queen Victoria who also goes by Vikki is actually an actor, health coach, and entrepreneur. Carole "Toddy" Todd. She's the founder of Vikki Larson Beautywhich sells self-care victoroa as well as offers spray tanning, health coaching, and pilates. Richard DiNardo John Cassady Use the HTML below.
Madame President Malcolm Jamieson She doesn't even have enough money for the basics of food and shelter. Added to Watchlist. User Ratings. Edit Did You Know?
Charles Bovin as Sherloque Tanney. Edit Storyline In Paris, trained victorix soprano Victoria Grant Dame Julie Andrewsa native Brit, can't get a job as a singer and is having trouble making ends meet. Norma Cassady. Official Sites.
King Marchand Robert Preston Plot Summary. Manager of Victoria's Hotel Norman Chancer By Brad Witter. Color: Color Metrocolor. Alternate Versions. Richard DiNardo. Taglines: The disguise surprise victorja of the year! External Reviews.
Trivia Rumors looknig Tom Selleck was at one time under consideration to play King Marchand were denied by writer, producer, and director Blake Edwardswho insisted that his only choice for the role was James Garner. The sets and costumes are lavish but, again, do not distract. Trailers and Videos. In the old tube radios of the day it would have to warm up before the sound appears.
Restaurant Manager. King Marchand. The screenplay is witty, full of deft touches, and Edwards treats his rather daring for theme without blinking, and with great lucidity. Gay cabaret singer Carole "Toddy" Todd Robert Preston may befall the same fate as Victoria, as he was just fired from his singing gig at a second-rate club named "Chez Lui". Maybe because of that, it's one of his most heartfelt movies, and the enormous love between the director and his star do as much to warm up this movie as the careful colour composition of Dick Bush's fantastic - and underrated - photography.
Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Julie Andrews Crazy Credits Herb Tanney Charles Bovinwho frequently collaborated on Blake Edwards films, is credited as "Sherloque Tanney", suiting his role as a detective in the film. Andre Cassell Graham Stark Director: Blake Edwards. Clear your history.