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BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID

BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID

In Memoriam: William Goldman (1931-2018): Robert Redford as blue-eyed, laid back train robber, Sundance and Paul Newman his equally charming partner-in-crime, Butch, in this soulful, romantic look at the infamous Hole in the Wall gang. Brillianty scripted by novelist/screenwriter William Goldman.

CABARET

CABARET

Adapted from the hit 1966 Broadway stage production, CABARET documents the exploits of naive but irrepressible American singer Sally Bowles and her friends, set amongst the moral decadence and sexual ambiguity of pre-war Berlin.

SWEET CHARITY

SWEET CHARITY

Having directed and choreographed the Broadway show based on a book by Neil Simon, Bob Fosse was hired by Universal to direct the film version. Boasting a bold visual style and employing a wide arrange of technique, the film stars Shirley MacLaine as dancer Charity, adrift and lovelorn but incurably optimistic.

LENNY

LENNY

Bob Fosse’s third feature hones in on controversial comedian Lenny Bruce (Dustin Hoffman), who begins his career telling bad jokes to bored audiences in the 1950s but can't repress his desire to unleash edgier material.

STAR '80

STAR '80

Bob Fosse returned to biographical drama for his final film, based on the murder of Playboy model Dorothy Stratten (Mariel Hemingway) in 1980.

ALL THAT JAZZ

ALL THAT JAZZ

Bob Fosse turned the camera on his own life for this madly imaginative musical masterpiece, casting Roy Scheider as stand-in Joe Gideon, whose exhausting work schedule and self-destructive private life is rendered as phantasmagoric spectacle.

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