Cabaret Film Inhaltsverzeichnis
Berlin Willkommen im Cabaret singt der Showmaster im Cabaret Kit Kat Klub, wo man mit grell-aufreizenden Darbietungen zu verdrängen versucht, was sich in Deutschland politisch zusammenbraut. Im verrucht-verrauchten Nachtlokal ist die. Cabaret ist ein US-amerikanisches Film-Musical unter Regie von Bob Fosse aus dem Jahr In den wichtigen Rollen spielen Liza Minnelli, Michael York. Musikfilm nach dem Buch von Christopher Isherwood. Schauplatz des weltberühmten Film-Musicals ist Berlin während der letzten Jahre der Weimarer Republik. Bob Fosses mit acht Oscars prämiertes Musical machte Liza Minnelli zum Weltstar. Bewertung. Cabaret. Stars. Bewertung. Redaktions Kritik. Bilder. News. Kino-. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Cabaret. Berlin Anfang der Dreißiger Jahre: Die Nazi-Diktatur kündigt sich an. Die US-Sängerin Sally Bowles ist der.
Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Cabaret. Berlin Anfang der Dreißiger Jahre: Die Nazi-Diktatur kündigt sich an. Die US-Sängerin Sally Bowles ist der. Zum Video: Cabaret Oscar-prämierten Rolle der Nachtclubsängerin Sally BowlesUser-Film-Bewertung [?]: unterirdisch schlecht mittelmässig gut weltklasse. Cabaret ist ein US-amerikanisches Film-Musical unter Regie von Bob Fosse aus dem Jahr In den wichtigen Rollen spielen Liza Minnelli, Michael York.
Cabaret Film VideoCabaret-(1972) Film Summary/Analysis
A female orchestra appears on stage, and then the host introduces six scantily-clad "cabaret girls" - all with suggestive and exaggerated poses parodying sexiness:.
You don't believe me? Well, do not take my vord for it. Go ahead. Ask Helga. Outside, it is vindy, but here, it is so hot.
Every night, we have za battle to keep the girls from taking off all their clothing. So, don't go avay. Who knows The leggy dancers reprise part of the song before he introduces various specialty acts: the "pretzel woman," the juggler, and a "charming singer from America, Miss Sally Bowles!
The rail passenger enters a bohemian boarding house, speaks to false dark eyelash-wearing tenant Sally Liza Minnelli with a black helmet of hair, and explains he is looking for an inexpensive room to rent from Fraulein Schneider Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel.
He introduces himself as Brian Roberts Michael York , an innocent, introverted and naive teacher hoping to pay his rent by offering English lessons.
With nervous energy and overstated hyperbole in her emotional speech, she shows off her green nail polish calling it "divine decadence" and love of cigarettes.
In her larger suite across the hall, she invites him to share the space and move right in, to offer his lessons there.
In the next scene, the talented, tawdry, and vampish Sally performs the show-stopping number "Mein Herr" at the seamy Club with Brian in the audience - made memorable with a black bowler, mascara, black stockings and garter, and low V-cut black outfit.
She is perched on a simple chair with her long legs, swiveling around it and using the prop as a toy or sex object in the style of Marlene Dietrich.
The salacious song that precisely defines her assertive and aggressive persona is first slow but then ends in a frenzy.
It tells of her erotic, excessive playgirl affairs and seductive qualities that reel in and then dump men:.
You have to understand. The way I am, Mein Herr. A tiger is a tiger. Not a lamb, Mein Herr. You'll never turn the vinegar To jam, Mein Herr.
So I do, what I do. When I'm through, then I'm through, and I'm through. It was a fine affair But now it's over.
And though I used to care I need the open air. You're better off without me, Mein Herr. Don't dab your eye, Mein Herr.
Or wonder why, Mein Herr. I've always said that I was a rover. You mustn't knit your brow, You should have known by now You'd every cause to doubt me, Mein Herr After her "wildly sensual" feigned-depravity performance, Sally introduces Brian to her opportunistic friend, Fritz Wendel Fritz Wepper , an impoverished German who hopes to improve his broken English - to impress and charm wealthy ladies and land a rich wife "so he can dazzle fat American divorcees" - as a self-admitted, fortune-hunting gigolo.
There are three ominous instances of decadence related to the club:. On their way home, Sally explains to Brian her strange occupation as a shocking denizen of the garish club in which she fantasizes herself as a star:.
Unusual places, unusual love affairs. I am a most strange and extraordinary person. She idolizes screen sirens, and is an aspiring actress herself: "I'm gonna be a great film star.
That is, if booze and sex don't get me first Oh, I know I can sing, but what I really want to be is an actress.
All rights reserved. Some productions have the white space then flashing with a strobe effect, implying the cabaret performers, except for Sally who is not standing in the white space , will fall victim to Nazi atrocities towards the Jews and gays.
Every production of Cabaret has modified the original score, with songs being changed, cut, or added from the film version.
This is a collective list featuring all songs from every major production. Of the prologue of songs originally planned, only "Willkommen" remained.
One of the dropped numbers, "I Don't Care Much", was eventually restored to the production. In the song, Sally tells them both that they have nothing to worry about and that all will turn out well in the end.
She eventually convinces Cliff and Fräulein Schneider to sing the song with her. Both this song and "Roommates" are occasionally underscored by the ostinato rhythm of the piece.
These three deleted songs were recorded by Kander and Ebb, and the sheet music for the songs was included in The Complete Cabaret Collection , a book of vocal selections from the musical.
The song " Mein Herr ", which was written for the film, and "Maybe This Time" an earlier song of Kander and Ebb's, written for the unproduced musical Golden Gate were included in the revival.
Previously, in the revival, a new song was written for Cliff entitled "Don't Go". In addition, there were two "Money" songs. Originally, the song "Sitting Pretty" was sung by the Emcee and backed up by the Cabaret Girls in international costumes and their units of currency representing Russian rubles , Japanese yen , French francs , American dollars , and German reichsmarks.
For the movie, this number was then replaced by "Money, Money", and sung by the Emcee and Sally Bowles. However, "Sitting Pretty" was still heard briefly in the film.
For the revival, there was a special version comprising a medley of both money songs, and motifs from the later song were incorporated into the "international" dance that had "Sitting Pretty".
For the revival, only the later song written for the movie was used. This version added the Cabaret Girls, and had a darker and raunchier edge to it.
The movie soundtrack with Liza Minnelli is perhaps the best-known of the recordings, although the movie is much re-written and eliminates all but six of the original songs from the stage production.
Both the London and Broadway revival casts were recorded. A two-CD studio recording contains more or less the entire score, including songs written for the movie or for later productions, and many incidentals and instrumentals not usually recorded.
Cabaret uses this instrumentation in some productions: [ citation needed ]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the film, see Cabaret film.
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Helpmann Award for Best Musical. The Boy from Oz Mamma Mia! Tony Award for Best Musical. Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.
Tony Award for Best Original Score. Christopher Isherwood. Journey to a War , with W. Musicals by Kander and Ebb.
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Original Broadway cast recording. See list Boston tryout Broadway U. Alan Cumming. James Dreyfus. Randy Harrison.
John Partridge. Liza Minnelli. Jane Horrocks. Natasha Richardson. Anna Maxwell Martin. Michelle Ryan. Michelle Williams. Louise Redknapp.
Gregg Edelman. John Benjamin Hickey. Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel. Regina Resnik. Sara Kestelman. Mary Louise Wilson. Sheila Hancock. Shannon Cochran.
Susan Penhaligon. Werner Klemperer. Danny Burstein. Mark Nelson. Edward Winter. Denis O'Hare. Harriet Thorpe. Best Musical. Best Original Score.
John Kander and Fred Ebb. Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical. Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical. Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical.
Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical. Best Direction of a Musical. Best Choreography. Best Scenic Design. Best Costume Design.
Outer Critics Circle Award. Best Revival of a Musical. Outstanding Revival of a Musical. Outstanding Actor in a Musical.
Outstanding Director of a Musical. Laurence Olivier Award. Best Musical Revival.