- Acting of Lead Performers
- Acting of Supporting Cast
- Music Score
- Title Sequence
- Historical Importance
- Would You Recommend?
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the origins of the story...earlier versions
- R A M
Just an interesting historical note for movie lovers about the origins of this film - it was derived from the following : 'First a Girl is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Victor Saville and starring Jessie Matthews.First a Girl was adapted from the 1933 German film Viktor und Viktoria written and directed by Reinhold Schnze' ( from wikepedia)First A girl is available on youtube- it's worth a look- just to compare how a concept evolves & becomes more sophisitcated over time..V/V- a fine film, by the way
Antidote to superstition, fear and hatred
- Don Letta
This is without doubt, the most kind hearted film ever made, Makes one think, "if only..." Waking in the damp, cold of reality leaves one with the only solution; see this film as often as you can. You'll love every character and situation. The scene in the restaurant with the cockroach is one of the most hysterically well-done on film.
- Bernard M. Fabrizi
Absolutely hysterical film. Love Bob Preston's role in this. TCM should show this one more often. No other film can put a smile on my face quite like this on!
I really loved this movie. It was when I fell in love with James Garner. This movie had it all. Drama, comedy, musical and a fantastic cast of actors.
- Robert Latimer, Captain
I give this movie the highest rating that is possible. They don't make movies like that anymore. Robert Prestonand Julie Andrews Did a surperb bit of acting in it, as well as everyone else. Victor/Victoria is one of those feel good movies that anyone can just sit down , watch, and enjoy. I will purchase a copy of that movie if I can ever find a copy. Also, some of the movie makers need to start seeking out people who can do some sort of acting like they used to do, and make more movies like V/V.
I miss Robert Preston
His work in V/V was so wonderful, he gives the movie heart and joy. Btw, I wonder if, while on the set, Julie Andrews and Lesley Anne Warren discussed the role they had in common, that of Cinderella in the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical filmed twice for TV starring each of them.