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Jungle Red! First a hit play, then an all-star movie and again in , The Women resurfaces here as the musical The Opposite Sex, complete with an all-star cast, lines dipped in acid wit, big production numbers and fabulous '50s couture in scintillating CinemaScope. June Allyson portrays the betrayed woman. Joan Collins is the siren who steals her husband.
When Jay Pharoah wants to become the most versatile actor in the world, he turns to experts to teach him new skills. Watch the video. The married friends of a New York chorus girl encourage her to pursue a handsome but poor socialite. A terminally ill woman and a debonair murderer facing execution meet and fall in love on a trans-Pacific crossing, each without knowing the other's secret. Unfortunately, he has his eye on gold-digging vamp Pat Not-so-smart chatterbox Dulcy Parker does and says all the wrong things, but they right themselves to prove she's not so dumb after all.
The Opposite Sex is a remake of the classic comedy The Women. Both films are based on Clare Boothe Luce 's original play. Kay is the last to find out among her circle of gossiping girlfriends. Kay travels to Reno to divorce from Steve who then marries Crystal, but when Kay finds out that Crystal isn't true to Steve she starts fighting to win her ex-husband back. Unlike the play and the film adaptation, The Opposite Sex includes musical numbers and features male actors who portray the husbands and boyfriends, whose characters were only referred to in the previous film and stage versions. Fay Kanin who co wrote the script with her husband Michael said the studio's argument was "you can't play a love scene alone. After all, a man is a fact. Fay Kanin thought the "manless world" of the play "was a stunt, an artificial trick, but it was accepted.