Forty Years Later, a New Way to See Cabaret
BY Christopher Rudolph
February 04 2013 10:26 PM ET
Today marks the Blu-ray debut of one of the most beloved film musicals ever made, Cabaret. Released in 1972 to much critical fanfare, it went on to win multiple Oscars including Best Actress for Liza Minnelli, Supporting Actor for Joel Grey, and Best Director for Bob Fosse (beating out Francis Ford Coppola, who directed that year’s Best Picture winner, The Godfather). The Blu-ray release is packaged with a beautiful book highlighting the making of the film and also has special features including the new documentary entitled Cabaret: The Musical That Changed Musicals.
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