British actress "Victoria Grant" (Julie Andrews) teams with gay impresario "Toddy" (Robert Preston) in 1930s Paris when he gets the idea to get work by having her portray a female impersonator. She becomes a popular act on the cabaret when she runs into "King Marchan" (James Garner), who is instantly attracted to "Victoria", who he believes to be a man in drag.
The movie is filled with many funny scenes, as well as some pretty good musical numbers. There could have been more of each however.
The performances from the main cast, and some members of the supporting cast are great. Andrews, Preston, Garner and Lesley Anne Warren stand out with their performances. Garner and Andrews especially, since they become the central characters.
There are some pretty funny scenes in this mov...