A woman singer masquerades as a man impersonating a woman in Paris, circa 1934. This brings her success in her professional life but complicates her personal life.
Release Date: 4-JUN-2002
Media Type: DVD
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With warmth, pride, and laughter as well as the ease of a long-married couple, Blake Edwards and Julie Andrews settle in to record the DVD commentary for their 20-year-old creation Victor/Victoria. They discuss costars Robert Preston, James Garner, and Lesley Ann Warren; Andrews's fear of cockroaches; and comparisons with the Broadway stage version and with their 1970 musical Darling Lili. Andrews mentions how Henry Mancini wrote one of her favorite songs, "Crazy World," specifically for her vocal range, a comment made poignant by the fact that her voice is still rough from her ill-fated vocal-cord surgery in 1997. The commentary track is the lone feature on the DVD, though the remastering is sharp and the Dolby Digital 5.1 sound is good; however, the mild rear-speaker output won't make you feel like you're inside the club. --David Horiuchi
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