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    Yes It's True: Theme Song from Scorsese's 'New York, New York' Wasn't Nominated for Oscar (CLIP)

    It's hard to believe that Kander & Ebb's iconic "Theme from 'New York, New York'" was not nominated for best song the year it was memorably sung by Liza Minnelli in the Martin Scorsese musical. The Oscar-winner that year, as I was reminded on Twitter by @ShawnLevy, was "When You Light Up My Life."

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    Five Things You Likely Didn't Know About the Making of 'Cabaret' and Its Blu-Ray Release

    With Tom Hooper touting his live sung approach on "Les Miserables" as a game changer for the genre, now's a better time than ever to revisit "Cabaret," Bob Fosse's Academy Award-winning sensation that truly revolutionized the film musical by dealing with taboo themes like...

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