Back with a version very similar to Funny Girl, directed by Herbert Ross in 1975, and this time Streisand reappears in a film very similar to that placed in the world, to be released internacionalmete and this time with as Ziegfeld superstar Fanny Brice, James Caan makes a clever and sexy character like Fanny’s second husband, composer and entrepreneur Billy Rose. It is a beautiful music of the inimitable Streisand, which works with Omar Sharif, Roddy McDowall, Ben Vereen also involved other stars such as Bill Baldwin, Paul Bryar, James Caan, Colleen Camp, Lilyan Chauvin, Matt Emery, Corey Fischer, Ben Freedman, Larry Gates, Raymond Guth, Samantha Huffaker, Shirley Kirk, Bert May, Roddy McDowall, Cliff Norton, Heidi O ‘Rourke, Ken Sansom, Omar Sharif, Joshua Shelley, Barbra Streisand, Ben Vereen, Royce Wallace, Byron Webster, Carole Wells, Dick Winslow The film won a grand prize of the academy, and was also nominated for: Best Cinematography, Best Sound, Best Score (picture drama), best song (“How Lucky Can You Get”), Best Costume Design His great performance in the film: a star is born directed by F. Pierson in 1976, in which he plays songs in the history of art, and very important for his career, has won critical acclaim many as the best to finish the film, the press of the time compared similarities and differences between this film and the mother played by Liza Minelli, and eventually the Academy on this occasion did not provide the statuette, although it managed to overcome the first version of the film, in all its parts in honor of the truth. . See more detailed opinions by reading what Reed Hastings offers on the topic..

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