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Cabaret

Cabaret(1972)

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Brief Synopsis

A young writer gets mixed up with a pleasure-loving singer in the decadent world of 1930s Berlin.

Cast & Crew

Bob Fosse Director
Liza Minnelli Sally Bowles
Michael York Brian Roberts
Helmut Griem Maximilian von Heune
Joel Grey Master of ceremonies
Fritz Wepper Fritz Wendel
Marisa Berenson Natalia Landauer
Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel Fraulein Schneider
Helen Vita Fraulein Kost
Sigrid von Richthofen Fraulein Mayr
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  PG Premiere Info:  New York opening: 13 Feb 1972
Release Date:  1972 Production Date:  A Feuer & Martin Production
LL's own DVD*
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co:  Allied Artists Pictures Corp.
Sound:  Stereo Production Co:  ABC Pictures Corp.
Duration(mins):  118, 120 or 123-124 Country:  Germany and United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Cabaret is NOT a "mess"

    film lover 293 2015-05-18

    Previous reviews have called this film a "mess" and "an outrage that it won more Oscars than The Godfather." The second quote I just... MORE>

  • Bob Fosse and Jay Allen Re-imagine Isherwood!

    Raymond Banacki 2015-05-18

    Although this film is hardly faithful to its' orginal material, Christopher Isherwood's "The Berlin Stories", for example, Natalia... MORE>

  • Because...

    John 2015-05-17

    "How did it happen that a mess of a movie like this actually won more academy awards than the Godfather in 1972? An outrage." Because it... MORE>