Too many films and television shows, both old and new, feature otherwise smart women unnecessarily going head to head, often over a man. How is this narrative still so prominent? And can we please stop?
The practice of dubbing or "ghosting" was rife in the 1950's film industry and featured in some of the most beloved movies of all time. So why don't we know the names of ghost singers like Marni Nixon or Margery Kay? Victoria takes a look at some of these hidden voices and their intriguing history.