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Cabaret(1972)

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MISCELLANEOUS NOTES

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  • Bob Fosse was honored for outstanding directorial achievement by the Directors Guild of America, but lost the Oscar to Francis Ford Coppola for "The Godfather" (USA/1972).
  • Ranked 5th on AFI's list of the 25 Greatest Movie Musicals in 2006.
  • Ranked 63rd on AFI's "100 Years...100 Movies--10th Anniversary Edition" list of the greatest American Films in 2007.
  • Received Golden Globes for Best Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy, Best Motion Picture Actress-Musical or Comedy (Minnelli) and Best Supporting Actor-Motion Picture (Grey).
  • Selected in 1995 for inclusion in the Library of Congress' National Film Registry.
  • The last musical to be nominated for a Best Picture Oscar until the film "Chicago" (2003).
  • Released in United States July 1989
  • Released in United States March 1977
  • Released in United States on Video October 28, 1997
  • Released in United States Winter February 1972
  • Shown at Moscow International Film Festival (market) July 7-1, 1989.
  • Based on the musical play "Cabaret," book by Joe Masterhoff, music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, which was produced on the New York stage by Harold Prince (New York, Nov 20, 1966); and the play "I Am a Camera" by John Van Druten (New York, Nov 28, 1951). Both were based on Christopher Isherwood's novella "The Last of Mr. Norris" (New York, 1935) and his short stories in "Goodbye to Berlin" (New York, 1939).
  • The 25th Anniversary video release includes interviews, never-seen-before outtakes and rare screen tests.
  • Selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Film Registry in 1995.
  • Released in United States Winter February 1972
  • Released in United States March 1977 (Shown at FILMEX: Los Angeles International Film Exposition (The Mighty Musical Movie Marathon) March 9-27, 1977.)
  • Released in United States July 1989 (Shown at Moscow International Film Festival (market) July 7-1, 1989.)
  • Released in United States on Video October 28, 1997 (for the 25th anniversary of "Cabaret")