The fictionalized biography of composer Cole Porter from his days at Yale in the 1910s through the height of his success to the 1940s. The film's attempted biography matches many public myths surrounding Cole at the time, despite its lack of relationship with truth. For instance, truth and movie are different in regards to: his sex life (he was a gay man in a marriage of convenience with a divorcee friend), his relationship with his wife, Monty Wooley was a contemporary (not Professor), and his French military experience was a hoax.
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In almost every crowd scene, no matter what era it is supposed to be taking place in, there are at least one or two extras wearing 1940s clothing. See more
[to Linda Lee Porter
I've come to think of it that one of us must've followed one of us.
Referenced in Hollywood on Trial
I've Got You Under My Skin
Written by Cole Porter
Sung by Ginny Simms
Danced by Adam Di Gatano
and Jane Di Gatano See more