This timeless Billy Wilder classic finds Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis as musicians on the run. They dress up as women and tour with an all female music group featuring sexpot Marilyn Monroe. This film helped establish the entire drag genre. In the final scene, Lemmon confesses to his suitor that he’s a man. The man replies, “Nobody’s perfect.” In the Golden Age of Hollywood, the prospect of two men together was taboo. This could be seen as a joke but the character’s easygoing attitude to being with a man is pretty progressive.