Princess Tam Tam
Princess Tam Tam ★★★ 1935
Pleasing French adaptation of Shaw's “Pygmalion,” as a beautiful native African woman is “westernized” by a handsome writer and then introduced to high society as an exotic princess. A musical notable for its spectacular choreography and onlocation Tunisian scenery. Story by Pepito Abatino, who was then Baker's husband. In French with English subtitles. 77m/B VHS, DVD . FR Josephine Baker, Albert Prejean, Germaine Aussey, Viviane Romance; D: Edmond T. Greville.