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The feature film starring Liza Minnelli
Joel Gray , Michael York
Bob Fosse 's brilliant and colourful version of Goodbye to Berlin proved one of the most successful of all musicals and confirmed Liza Minnelli as a star. She plays Sally Bowles , a cabaret singer, working among the decadent caf6 society of Berlin in the 1930s. Her love affair with the young Englishman, Brian, develops against a background of street violence and the gradual rise of fascism in Germany.
Screenplay by JAY ALLEN Produced by cy FEUER
Choreographed and directed by BOB FOSSE Films: page 16


Unknown: Liza Minnelli
Unknown: Joel Gray
Unknown: Michael York
Unknown: Bob Fosse
Unknown: Liza Minnelli
Unknown: Sally Bowles
Unknown: Jay Allen
Produced By: Cy Feuer
Directed By: Bob Fosse
Sally Bowles: Liza Minnelli
Master of Ceremonies: Joel Gray
Brian Roberts: Michael York
Maximilian von Heune: Helmut Griem
Fritz Wendel: Fritz Wepper
Natalia Landauer: Marisa Berenson

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