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Originally a 1966 Broadway musical, this groundbreaking Bob Fosse musical was in turn based on Christopher Isherwood's Goodbye to Berlin, previously dramatized for stage and screen as I Am a Camera with Julie Harris as Sally Bowles. Fosse uses the decadent and vulgar cabaret as a mirror image of German society sliding toward the Nazis, and this intertwining of entertainment with social history marked a new step forward for the movie musical. Michael York plays a British writer who comes to Berlin in the early ...
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Originally a 1966 Broadway musical, this groundbreaking Bob Fosse musical was in turn based on Christopher Isherwood's Goodbye to Berlin, previously dramatized for stage and screen as I Am a Camera with Julie Harris as Sally Bowles. Fosse uses the decadent and vulgar cabaret as a mirror image of German society sliding toward the Nazis, and this intertwining of entertainment with social history marked a new step forward for the movie musical. Michael York plays a British writer who comes to Berlin in the early 1930s in hopes of becoming a teacher. He makes the acquaintance of flamboyant American entertainer Sally Bowles, played by Liza Minnelli. Sally works at the Kit Kat Klub, a George Grosz-like Berlin cabaret where each night the smirking, androgynous Master of Ceremonies Joel Grey introduces a jazz-driven "girlie show" to his debauched audience. Virtually all the film's musical numbers are staged within the confines of the Kit Kat Klub, and each song comments on the plot and on Germany's "progression" from hedonism to Hitlerism. Most of the Broadway score by John Kander and Fred Ebb was retained, with the welcome addition of "The Money Song." Although it lost Best Picture to The Godfather, Cabaret won eight Oscars, including awards to Minnelli, Grey, and Fosse. A heavily expurgated 88-minute version of Cabaret has been prepared for commercial TV presentations, regarded by many as dramatically inferior to the full cut.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/2/2003
  • UPC: 085393295929
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1), Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Letterbox
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono, Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 9:10:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Cabaret
1. Mirror Credits [2:04]
2. "Willkommen" [5:18]
3. His New Lodgings [3:32]
4. "Mein Herr" [4:24]
5. First Pupil [3:55]
6. "Do I Shock You?" [4:12]
7. Slaphappy [1:12]
8. Don't Sleep/Girls [5:57]
9. Party for English [8:00]
10. Gigolo Campaign [2:01]
11. Lovesick Fool [1:58]
12. 10 Words of Regret [3:03]
13. "Maybe This Time" [5:43]
14. Advice From Sally [4:19]
15. Max; "Money Money" [4:26]
16. Duty to Corrupt [5:18]
17. "Two Ladies" [2:50]
18. Country Weekend [8:40]
19. "Tomorrow Belongs" [4:15]
20. See... Happening? [1:51]
21. "So Do I" [3:53]
22. Take On the Nazis [2:31]
23. "Tiller Girls" [2:24]
24. Sally's News [5:03]
25. Conspiracies [4:01]
26. "Could See Her" [3:58]
27. A Wedding [1:29]
28. Where's Fur Coat? [8:42]
29. Catching a Train [1:12]
30. "Cabaret" [3:53]
31. "Willkommen" Finale [2:03]
32. End Credits [1:06]
Side #2 -- The Music Man
1. Main Title [2:34]
2. "Rock Island" [3:22]
3. "Cowell's Tirade" [1:45]
4. "Iowa Stubborn" [3:55]
5. Meeting Marcellus [2:13]
6. Mrs. Shinn [3:03]
7. "Ya Got Trouble" [4:18]
8. First Impressions [1:51]
9. "Piano Lesson" [1:58]
10. Winthrop's Home [1:49]
11. "Goodnight, My Someone" [3:45]
12. July 4th Exercises [4:34]
13. "Seventy-Six Trombones" [7:38]
14. His Credentials [3:38]
15. "Sincere" [3:22]
16. Pass/Pitch/Play [3:17]
17. Say Yes Mrs. Shinn [2:10]
18. "Pick-a-Little, Talk-a-Little"/"Goodnight, Ladies" [2:51]
19. "The Sadder-but-Wiser Girl" [2:58]
20. "Marian the Librarian" [7:42]
21. Two Solicitations [4:14]
22. "Gary, Indiana" [4:20]
23. "Being in Love" [4:46]
24. "Indecent" Plans [1:20]
25. "Wells Fargo Wagon" [4:48]
26. Dance/Band Practice [3:32]
27. The Candy Kitchen [5:10]
28. "Lida Rose"/"Will I Ever Tell You?" [5:30]
29. "Gary, Indiana" Reprise [2:14]
30. Two to Tango [4:17]
31. "Lida Rose" Reprise [:58]
32. Rumor Exchange [4:18]
33. Think System [2:01]
34. "Shipoopi" [6:41]
35. Grecian Urns [1:02]
36. Footbridge Podium [1:36]
37. "Till There Was You" [3:42]
38. Who's Selling Whom? [2:25]
39. "It's You," Gunning for Hill [2:51]
40. "Seventy-Six Trombones" and "Goodnight, My Someone" Reprises [2:45]
41. Caught in the Door [4:11]
42. Stand Up for Hill [2:47]
43. The Band [2:35]
44. Parade ("Seventy-Six Trombones" Reprise) [2:14]
45. The Cast [1:55]
Side #3 -- My Fair Lady
1. Overture/Credits [3:31]
2. Rain/Covent Garden [2:16]
3. Phonetics in Play [4:04]
4. "Why Can't the English?" [2:58]
5. Higgins' Boast [1:38]
6. "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" [4:36]
7. Not Brass Farthing [5:03]
8. Something Better? [2:00]
9. Negotiations [6:19]
10. Angels Will Weep [4:59]
11. Bath Time [2:15]
12. "I'm an Ordinary Man" [5:00]
13. "With a Little Bit of Luck" [5:54]
14. Gift of Rhetoric [4:31]
15. Undeserving Poor [4:20]
16. "Just You Wait" [4:21]
17. As and Hs [2:21]
18. "Poor Professor Higgins" [4:54]
19. Pep Talk [1:33]
20. "The Rain in Spain" [4:12]
21. "I Could Have Danced All Night" [4:04]
22. "Ascot Gavotte" [3:30]
23. At the Races [1:37]
24. The New Small Talk [4:14]
25. His Bloomin' Arse [2:27]
26. "On the Street Where You Live" [4:49]
27. The Girl Matters [2:24]
28. Dressed for Ball [1:04]
29. Intermission [:39]
30. Entr'acte [1:13]
31. Zoltan Karpathy [1:41]
32. "The Embassy Waltz" [2:01]
33. Quite Charming [2:07]
34. Abuzz About Eliza [3:52]
35. "You Did It" [6:09]
36. What's to Become? [7:11]
37. "Just You Wait" Reprise [1:30]
38. "On the Street Where You Live" Reprise [1:19]
39. "Show Me" [3:06]
40. "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" Reprise [3:10]
41. Respectable! [3:41]
42. "Get Me to the Church on Time" [6:03]
43. Eliza's Bolted [2:11]
44. "A Hymn to Him" [4:52]
45. Lady's Whereabouts [2:42]
46. Eliza's Future [4:10]
47. "Without You" [4:51]
48. "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face" [4:38]
49. Where the Devil? [3:09]
50. End Credits [1:18]
Side #4 -- Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
1. Logo/Title/Wife Hunt [4:12]
2. Bless Yore Beautiful Hide [2:30]
3. But Can She Cook? [1:09]
4. Milking a Marriage [2:10]
5. Mindful Minister [1:12]
6. Testy Townspeople [:39]
7. Echo Pass Elation [1:27]
8. Wonderful Wonderful Day [3:10]
9. Brothers From A to G [4:10]
10. Slopping the Hogs [1:11]
11. Wedding Night Flop [4:05]
12. When You're in Love (Milly) [2:42]
13. Brothers Bare All [1:49]
14. Big Sister Reigns [1:53]
15. Untamed Trip to Town [1:25]
16. Goin' Co'tin' [5:34]
17. Mannerly Men [1:43]
18. Dueling Dancers [6:31]
19. Barn-Raising Brawl [5:28]
20. Wounds & Witch Hazel [1:18]
21. When You're in Love (Adam) [2:48]
22. Lonesome Polecats [4:03]
23. Benjamin's Blues [1:24]
24. Sobbin' Women [4:03]
25. Creative Kidnapping [3:01]
26. Pursuit & Avalanche [3:51]
27. Mad Milly/Angry Adam [3:50]
28. "Poor Little Dears" [1:07]
29. Inventive Excuses [2:03]
30. Cat Fight [1:37]
31. June Bride [4:58]
32. Spring, Spring, Spring [2:36]
33. Brotherly Baby Watch [1:43]
34. Gideon Gits Riled [1:53]
35. Open Pass/Open Heart [3:14]
36. Six-to-One Standoff [1:10]
37. Search & Rescue [2:44]
38. Shotgun Wedding/End [1:31]
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Side #1 -- Cabaret
   Jump to a Scene
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
         Liza Minnelli - Sally Bowles
         Michael York - Brian Roberts
         Helmut Griem - Maximilian Von Heune
         Marisa Berenson - Natalia Landauer
         Joel Grey - Master of Ceremonies
         Screenplay by Jay Presson Allen
         Produced by Cy Feuer
         Directed by Bob Fosse
      The Story
      On Location
      Kander & Ebb
      Awards
      Theatrical Trailer
      The Recreation of an Era
      Cabaret: A Legend in the Making
      The Kit Kat Klub Memory Gallery
         Liza Minnelli
            Marisa's Closeup
            Sally's "Look"
            Observing the Master
         Joel Grey
            Challenges
            Collective Memory
            Strange Inspiration
         Michael York
            A Called Bluff
            Risk Taking
            Rush(es) Hour
            A Happy Accident
         Martin Baum
            "Rock 'n' Roll" Editing
            Isherwood's Surprising Reaction
            Smithsonian Honor
         Cy Feuer
            "Tomorrow Belongs to Me"
         Emanuel L. Wolf
            Taking On "The Godfather"
            Timeless
         John Kander
            Playing "What If?"
            Almost a Nervous Breakdown
            Sneaking a Peek
         Jay Presson Allen
            Play vs. Book
            Recruiting Hugh Wheeler
         Fred Ebb
            Screening Blues
            Screening Hues
   Languages
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Off
   Recommendations
      Actor
      Genre
   Return to Movie
Side #2 -- The Music Man
   Jump to a Scene
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
         Robert Preston - Harold Hill
         Shirley Jones - Marian Paroo
         Buddy Hackett - Marcellus Washburn
         Hermione Gingold - Eulalie Shinn
         Paul Ford - Mayor Shinn
         Music and Lyrics by Meredith Willson
         Screenplay by Marion Hargrove
         Produced and Directed by Morton DaCosta
      River City
         Right Here in River City
         Intro by Shirley Jones
         The Music Man Trailer
         The Unsinkable Molly Brown Trailer
      Behind the Scenes
      Winthrop Paroo
      Awards
   Select Languages
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Off
   Reel Recommendations
   Play Movie
Side #3 -- My Fair Lady
   Jump to a Scene
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
         Audrey Hepburn - Eliza Doolittle
         Rex Harrison - Prof. Henry Higgins
         Stanley Holloway - Alfred Doolittle
         Wilfrid Hyde White - Colonel Pickering
         Gladys Cooper - Mrs. Higgins
         Jeremy Brett - Freddie Eynsford Hill
         Theodore Bikel - Zoltan Karpathy
         From the Play by George Bernard Shaw
         Music by Frederick Loewe
         Screenplay by Alan Jay Lerner
         Produced by Jack L. Warner
         Directed by George Cukor
      The Grand Ballroom
         Commentary by Art Director Gene Allen, the Restoration Team of Robert Harris and James Katz, and Marni Nixon, the Singing Voice of Eliza Doolittle
         Original Featurette - The Fairest Fair Lady
         Audrey Hepburn Vocals: "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?"
         Audrey Hepburn Vocals: "Show Me"
         Theatrical Trailers
            Brigadoon
            Camelot
            Gigi
            My Fair Lady
      Awards
   Select Languages
      Soundtracks: English
      Soundtracks: Français
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Off
   Reel Recommendations
   Play Movie
Side #4 -- Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
   Play
   Special Features
      Making of Documentary
      Theatrical Trailer
   Scene Selections
   Languages
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: None
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