Cross-dressing strictly for deception is an old gag - as in "Max and the Maid (La malle au mariage)". Pulling off a project of
deception by enlisting the aid of someone who cross-dresses for pleasure is a gag I'd never run across before. So I felt a need to
understand the titles, to be more confident that there was no misunderstanding.
The invoice of clothes leaves no doubt.
The response to the discovery that Max's manservant enjoys wearing women's clothing was interesting: the servant seems to fear for
his life, but instead Max just immediately pays him to act as his bride. Broad-minded chap, this fellow Max.
And the uncle, who showed no interest in the other prospects, goes nuts over the male bride: a subtle satire of upper-class