The fabulous history of cross-dressin...

The fabulous history of cross-dressing on screen

There are 3 comments on the gay_blog.blogspot.com story from Feb 3, 2008, titled The fabulous history of cross-dressing on screen. In it, gay_blog.blogspot.com reports that:

Dustin Hoffman, in "Tootsie," wasn't the first. Neither were Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, in "Some Like It Hot." Cross-dressing on screen has a long and absolutely fabulous history.

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London, UK

#1 Feb 4, 2008
Sounds interesting ...
hubi

Baulkham Hills, Australia

#2 Feb 4, 2008
Dustin Hoffman, in "Tootsie," wasn't the first. Neither were Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, in "Some Like It Hot." Cross-dressing on screen has a long and absolutely fabulous history.
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United States

#3 Feb 4, 2008
The accompanying article doesn't mention Barbette, a famous drag artist of his time (born in Texas!) who appears briefly in the Cocteau surreal film "Blood of a Poet" in 1930.

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