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PHOTOS: Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey At 40th Anniversary Screening Of “Cabaret”
Feb 01, 2013
PHOTOS: On Thursday, fans crowded the legendary Ziegfeld Theatre in New York, hoping to get a seat to the 40th anniversary screening of Cabaret, where cast members Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey, Michael York and Marisa Berenson shared memories of making the groundbreaking movie musical.
“When I won the Oscar daddy [director Vincent Minnelli] screamed so loudly right in my ear that I still have tinnutis!” recalled Liza. Friend and co-star Grey shared director Bob Fosse’s direction for the revamped version of “Money” the two sang. “He told me to imagine, like certain tribes in Africa, that I had a giant horn over my penis!”
Also in attendance were Bernadette Peters, Alan Cumming, Arlene Dahl, Phyllis Newman and Bob Fosse’s daughter, Nicole, and Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne.
Warner Bros. will release Cabaret on Blu-ray on Tuesday, February 5.
Photos: Dave Allocca