La French Touch
May 22, 2015
In the first half of the 20th century, French cabaret singer Maurice Chevalier was a huge star in the United States, eventually earning the right to put his footprints and handprints in the concrete blocks on the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame.
A fluent English speaker — unlike me, unfortunately — he always put on a heavy French accent whenever he was singing, which the Americans loved.
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