In 1934 Paris, trained coloratura soprano Victoria Grant, a native Brit, can't get a job as a singer and is having trouble making ends meet. She doesn't even have enough money for the basics of food and shelter. Gay cabaret singer Carole 'Toddy' Todd may befall the same fate as Victoria as he was just fired from his singing gig at a second rate club named Chez Lui. To solve both their problems, Toddy comes up with what he considers an inspired idea: with Toddy as her manager, Victoria, pretending to be a man, get a job singing as a female impersonator. 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 wealthy. That alter ego they decide is Polish Count Victor Grazinski, Toddy's ex-lover who was disowned by his family when they found out he was gay. The Count auditions for the city's leading agent, Andre Cassell, who, impressed, gets him a gig performing in the city's best nightclub. In the audience on the ... Written by
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In the nightclub brawl scene, a patron is thrown up on the piano. When it collapses, it is clearly seen to be made out of cardboard. See more
In one fell swoop you've changed my whole life.
It wasn't *that* kind of swoop.
Listen, if a guy like you can have the guts to admit that he's gay,
then so can I.
You've made me very happy!
Referenced in L.A. Law: Victor/Victorious
You And Me
Performed by Robert Preston
and Julie Andrews See more