At one point, they have a reversal theme show where the whole staff comes in crossdressed, to include the backstage and camera operators! In a classic move, the set him up with a prostitute (Jazzmun) who turns out to be a transvestite.
Check out the deleted scenes for the extended version with Jazzmun.
I had already set the programme for the work with the boss, his men went to work, and lo and behold they finished ½ a day early. The following morning the carpet installers arrived with my chosen wares, and set to work.
Gone are the longtime Anderson images of the vagabond/sage (the group is clad in white jumpsuits on the cover) -- also gone are the historical immersion of their music and anything resembling Dickensian, much less Elizabethan sensibilities.
The death of bassist John Glascock in late 1979, and the departure of Anderson's longtime friend John Evans after the release of Stormwatch, as well as the exit of arranger/keyboard player David Palmer, led to some major lineup shifts; Fairport Convention's Dave Pegg's taking over Glascock's spot and the addition of Eddie Jobson, ex-Roxy Music/King Crimson violinist/keyboardman all seem to have removed some of Anderson's impetus, at least for a time, for keeping the group going in the studio.
3 Men And A Little Lady (1990): In this sequel, Sylvia's (Nancy Travis) work increasingly takes her away from the three men who help bring up her 5 year old daughter Mary (Robin Weisman). Lao (1964): A mysterious circus run by a quirky Chinese man, Dr. Tony Randall plays the doctor and six other characters to include the snake-haired Lady Medusa. Earlier in the film they also attend a Kabuki performance. Towards the beginning of their adventure, the crew gets all dragged up to eat at a restaurant. You might think as a disguise, but they don't attempt to hide the fact they are guys in drag.
One of the men, actor Jack Holden (Ted Danson), is having trouble finding a gig, so he agrees on doing a commercial dressed like Carmen Miranda. TR:3.5 8 1/2 Women (1999): This is a really "artsy" film where a father (John Standing) and son (Matthew Delamere) explore their sexuality by opening a brothel. Torakichi (Yoshio Harada), the somewhat gruff leader, remains in drag quite a while after the meal and long after all the others have changed.
One of the females, who is yearning to become more "female", is turned on by female impersonators and one night puts each of them in kabuki attire. Michiru Kaneko (Ryuhei Matsuda) is quite cute in drag and uses his disguise again when he drops in to see his brother.
A motley crew of nine prisoners escape, steal a van, and search for a treasure revealed by a fellow convict.