Cabaret

Chilling Fosse vision of Weimar Berlin, stylishly directed and choreographed, featuring a show-stopping musical performance by Minnelli, Grey's unforgettable emcee and thoughtful acting from Michael York. The screenplay utilizes much of the Broadway musical's book, but also is influenced by both play and screen versions of I AM A CAMERA. Englishman Brian...read more

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A 1931 Berlin cabaret is the setting for this great musical revolving around the rise of Nazism. Many Academy Awards, including Best Actress for Minelli's spirited performance!

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(Movie Clip) Berlin, 1931
The opening is all director Bob Fosse and Joel Grey as the never-named Master Of Ceremonies, though the song is from the John Kander and Fred Ebb (more…)
(Movie Clip) Didn't You Just Scream?
On their first quasi-date in Berlin, English Brian (Michael York) and American Sally (Liza Minnelli) enjoy the train, and director Bob Fosse inter-cut (more…)
(Movie Clip) Maybe This Time
Sally (Liza Minnelli), with Brian (Michael York) after a successful tryst, cut with her performance of Maybe This Time by John Kander and Fred Ebb, in (more…)

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  • Released: 1972
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Chilling Fosse vision of Weimar Berlin, stylishly directed and choreographed, featuring a show-stopping musical performance by Minnelli, Grey's unforgettable emcee and thoughtful acting from Michael York. The screenplay utilizes much of the Broadway musica… (more)

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