jueves, 4 de octubre de 2012

CABARET. 1972. Un Film De BOB FOSSE. MUSICALES. + Videos Y Letras.: WILLKOMMEN + MONEY + TWO LADIES + MAYBE THIS TIME + MEIN HERR + LIFE IS A CABARET.

Cabaret es una película musical estadounidense del año 1972, basada en la novela Adiós a Berlín de Christopher Isherwood. Fue dirigida por Bob Fosse, y protagonizada por Liza Minnelli y Michael York, Cabaret surgió cuando el cine musical ya estaba prácticamente desaparecido, e hizo que la gente se volviera a fijar en este género.
Antes de llevarse a la pantalla, Cabaret fue un musical de gran éxito en Broadway. La película cuenta con numerosos números musicales intercalados en la acción e interpretados en el Kit Kat Club, el club sobre el que gira la historia. Legendarios son los números de Liza Minnelli, Mein Herr, que canta sobre una silla, Maybe This Time, Money,Money, que interpreta junto al Maestro de Ceremonias y el inolvidadle Cabaret toda una declaración de principios. La propia Minnelli se encargó de dar vida al personaje de Sally en las posteriores repeticiones del musical que Judi Dench había estrenado en las tablas londinenses en el año 1967. 
Cabaret ganó los premios Oscar al mejor director para Bob Fosse, mejor actriz para Liza Minnelli, mejor actor secundario para Joel Grey y mejor música para Jhon Kander y Ralph Burns, En el apartado ténico, Cabaret, ganó los Oscars destinados a mejor decorado, mejor montaje, mejor fotografía y mejor sonido. La película fue una sorpresa, pues la favorita de ese año era El Padrino de Francis Ford Coppola, que se quedó con el de mejor película y el de mejor guión adaptado. 
DATOS CURIOSOS: Joel Grey, que ya había hecho el papel del Maestro en Broadway fue impuesto por los productores a Bob Fosse. La advertencia fue clara: "Si presciendes de Grey, nos veremos obligados a prescindir de ti". Joel, actor americano, imitó en la película el acento alemán, pero sólo es perceptible en la versión original.
Bob Fosse quedó tan impresionado por Liza Minnelli que dirigio en su honor el programa Liza With a Z, ganador del premio Emmy.
Bob Fosse se convirtió en el primer ganador de tres distintos premios al mejor director en el mismo año: el Oscar por cabaret, el Emmy por Liza with a Z y el premio Tony de teatro por Pippin.
El propio Bob Fosse, afamado coreógrafo, fue quien diseño todos los bailes de la película.
El padre de Liza Minnelli, el director de cine Vicente Monnelli, fue quien diseñó junto a su hija, el maquillaje y el peinado del personaje de Sally Bowles.

ARGUMENTO: Berlín, años 30, mientras el partido nazi va tomando poder, la cantante americana Sally Bowles canta en el Kit Kat Club, un local de la vida nocturna dirigido por el travieso Maestro de Ceremonias. El británico Bryan Roberts, un alumno de Cambridge que se está doctorando en letras, llega a Berlín y encuentra una pensión regentada por la masajista se señoras Miss Schneider y en la que vive entre otros personajes, la prostituta metida en años Miss Kost y el editor de novelas pornogrñaficas Herr Ludwig. Bryan se encuentra en la pensión con Sally y comienza una amistad. Una noche mientras Sally está trabajando en el club, Bryan conoce a Firtz Wendel, un cazafortunas que necesita clases de inglés. Bryan acepta dárselas.
En una de esas clases, Frizt conoce a Natalia Landauer, una rica heredera judía de la que se enamora. Entre los amores de Frizt y Natalia, aparece Maximilian un aristócrata bisexual con el que inician relación tanto Sally como Bryan, que también es bisexual.
tras una serie de acontecimientos, Maximilian abandona atropelladamente Alemania, dejando a Sally embarazada. Bryan ante esto se marcha a Inglaterra y Natalia y Frizt se casan. 

video 
Willkommen

Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome!
Fremde, etranger, stranger.
Gluklich zu sehen, je suis enchante,
Happy to see you, bliebe, reste, stay.

Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome
Im Cabaret, au Cabaret, to Cabaret
[Spoken]
Meine Damen und Herren, Mesdames et Messieurs,
Ladies and Gentlemen! Guden Abend, bon soir,
We geht's? Comment ca va? Do you feel good?
I bet you do!
Ich bin euer Confrecier; je suis votre compere...
I am you host!
Und sagen
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome
Im Cabaret, au Cabaret, to Cabaret
[spoken]
Leave you troubles outside!
So- life is disappointing? Forget it!
We have no troubles here! Here life is beautiful...
The girls are beautiful...
Even the orchestra is beautiful!
You see? I told you the orchestra is beautiful!
And now presenting the Cabaret Girls!
Rosie! (Rosie is so called because of the color of her
cheeks.) Lulu! (Oh, you like Lulu? Well, too bad!
So does Rosie.) Frenchie! (You know I like to order Frenchie
on the side. On your side Frenchie! Just kidding!)
Texas! (Yes, Texas is from America!But she's a very
cunning linguist!) Fritzie!

(Oh, Fritzie, please, will you stop that!
Already this week we have lost two waiters,
a table and three bottles of champagne up there.)
and Helga! (Helga is the baby. I'm just like a father
to her. So when she's bad, I spank her. And she's
very, very, very, very, very bad.)
Rosie, Lulu, Frenchie, Texas, Fritzie... Und Helga.
Each and every one a virgin! You don't believe me?
Well, don't take my word for it. Go ahead- try Helga!
Outside it is winter. But in here it's so hot.
Every night we have to battle with the girls to keep
them from taking off all their clothings. So don't go
away. Who knows? Tonight we may lose the battle!
[KIT KAT GIRLS]
Wir sagen
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome
Im Cabaret, au Cabaret, to Cabaret!
[EMCEE]
We are here to serve you!
And now presenting the Kit Kat Boys:
Here they are!
Bobby! Victor!
Or is it
Victor! and Bobby...
You know, there's really only one wat to tell the
difference...
I'll show you later.
Hans (Oh Hans, go easy on the sauerkraut!)
Herrman (You know what's funny about Herrman?
There's nothing funny about Herrman!)
And, finally, the toast og Mayfir, Fraulein Sally Bowles!
[SALLY]
Hello, darlings!
[EMCEE]
Bliebe, reste, stay!
[ALL]
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome
[EMCEE]
That's Victor.
[ALL]
Im Cabaret, au Cabaret,
[whispered]
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome!
Fremde, etranger, stranger.
[EMCEE]
Hello, stranger!
[ALL]
Gluklich, zu sehen, je suis enchante,
[EMCEE]
Enchante, Madame.
[All]
Happy to see you,
Bliebe, reste, stay!
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome!
Fremde, etranger, stranger.
Gluklich zu sehen, je suis enchante,
Happy to see you,
Bliebe, reste, stay!
Wir sagen
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome
Im Cabaret, au Cabaret, to Cabaret
[EMCEE]
Thank you!
Bobby, Victor, Hans, Herrman, Rosie, Lulu, Frenchie,
Texas, Fritzie, Helga, Sally and Me!
Welcome to the Kit Kat Klub!

video 
MONEY

[EMCEE]
Money makes the world go around
The world go around
The world go around
Money makes the world go around
It makes the world go 'round.


A mark, a yen, a buck, or a pound

A buck or a pound
A buck or a pound
Is all that makes the world go around,
That clinking clanking sound
Can make the world go 'round.


[GIRLS]

Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money


[EMCEE]

If you happen
To be rich,
[GIRLS]
.......Ooooh
[EMCEE]
And you feel like a
Night's enetertainment,
[GIRLS]
...Money
[EMCEE]
You can pay for a
Gay escapade.
[GIRLS]
Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money
[EMCEE]
If you happen to
To be rich,
[GIRLS]
.......Ooooh

[EMCEE]
And alone, and you
Need a companion
[GIRLS]
...Money
[EMCEE]
You can ring-ting-
A-ling for the maid.
[EMCEE]
If you happen
To be rich
[GIRLS]
.....Ooooh
[EMCEE]
And you find you are
Left by your lover,
[GIRLS]
...Money
[EMCEE]
Though you moan
And you groan
Quite a lot,
[GIRLS]

Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money
[EMCEE]
You can take it
On the chin,
[GIRLS]
.....Ooooh
[EMCEE]
Call a cab,
And begin
[GIRLS]
...Money
[EMCEE]
To recover
On your fourteen-
Carat yacht.


[EMCEE]

Money makes the world go around,
The world go around,
The world go around,
Money makes the world go around,
Of that we can be sure.
(....) on being poor.


[ALL]

Money money money-
money money money
Money money money-
money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money


[DANCE BREAK]


[EMCEE AND GIRLS (In Canon)]

If you haven't any coal in the stove
And you freeze in the winter
And you curse on the wind
At your fate
When you haven't any shoes
On your feet
And your coat's thin as paper
And you look thirty pounds
Underweight.
When you go to get a word of advice
From the fat little pastor
He will tell you to love evermore.
But when hunger comes a rap,
Rat-a-tat, rat-a-tat at the window...


[GIRLS]

At the window...

[EMCEE (spoken)]

Who's there?

[GIRLS (spoken)]

Hunger!

[EMCEE (Spoken)]

Ooh, hunger!

See how love flies out the door...

For

[EMCEE]

Money makes
The world...
[GIRLS]
...Go around
[EMCEE]
The world...
[GIRLS]
...Go around
[EMCEE]
The world...
[GIRLS]
...Go around
[EMCEE]
Money makes the
.... Go around
[GIRLS]
...Go around


That clinking

Clanking sound of
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money

[EMCEE]

Get a little,
[GIRLS]
Money money
[EMCEE]
Get a little,
[GIRLS]
Money money
[EMCEE]
Money money
[GIRLS]
Money money
[EMCEE]
Money money
[GIRLS]
Money money

[EMCEE]

Mark, a yen, a buck
[GIRLS]
Get a little
[EMCEE]
Or a pound
[GIRLS]
Get a little
[EMCEE]
That clinking clanking
[GIRLS]
Get a little
Get a little

[EMCEE]

Clinking sound


[GIRLS]

Money money
Money money...

[EMCEE]

Is all that makes
The world go 'round

[GIRLS]

Money money
Money money

It makes the world go round!

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TWO LADIES
[EMCEE (spoken)]
So, you see, everybody in Berlin has a perfectly
marvellous roommate. Some people have two people.

[GIRL 1]

Beedle dee, deedle dee, dee!

[GIRL 2]

Beedle dee, deedle dee, dee!

[EMCEE]

Beedle dee, deedle dee, Beedle dee, deedle dee,
Dee!

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee,

[EMCEE]

Two ladies.


[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee,

[EMCEE]

Two ladies.

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee,

[EMCEE]

And I'm the only man,
Ja!

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[EMCEE]

I like it.

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[EMCEE]

They like it.

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[EMCEE]

This two for one.
Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[GIRLS]

Two ladies.

[EMCEE]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[GIRLS]

Two ladies.

[EMCEE]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee,

[GIRLS]

Und he's the only man


[EMCEE]

Ja!

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[GIRL 1]

He likes it.

[EMCEE]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[GIRL 2]

We like it.

[EMCEE]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[GIRLS]

This two for one.

[GIRL 2]

I do the cooking...

[GIRL 1]

Und I make the bed.

[EMCEE]

I go out daily
To earn our daily bread.
But we've one thing in common,

[GIRL 1]

He...

[EMCEE]

She...

[GIRL 2]

And me,

[GIRL 1]

The key,

[EMCEE]

Beedle dee, dee,

[GIRL 2]

The key,

[EMCEE]

Beedle dee, dee, the key,

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, deedle dee, deedle dee, dee!

[DANCE]


[GIRLS]

Ooh! Aah! Ooh! Aah!

[EMCEE]

We switch partners daily
To play as we please.

[GIRLS]

Twosies beats onesies,

[EMCEE]

But nothing beats threes.
I sleep in the middle,

[GIRL 1]

I'm left,

[GIRL 2]

Und I'm right,

[EMCEE]

But there's room on the bottom
If you drop in some night.

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[EMCEE]

Two ladies.
Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[GIRLS]

Two ladies.
Beedle dee, dee dee dee,
And he's the only man.

[ALL]

Ja!
Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[EMCEE]

I like it,

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee..
.

[EMCEE]

They like it!

[GIRLS]

Beedle dee, dee dee dee...

[ALL]

This tow for one.
Beedle dee, deedle dee, deedle dee,
Deedle dee, dee!

[EMCEE (spoken)]

Thank you! Lulu! Bobby! And me!!
Oh, I'm so hot now!
Come, my Lieblings, upstairs!


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MAYBE THIS TIME 
[SALLY]
Maybe this time, I'll be lucky
Maybe this time, he'll stay
Maybe this time
For the first time
Love won't hurry away


He will hold me fast

I'll be home at last
Not a loser anymore
Like the last time
And the time before


Everybody loves a winner

So nobody loved me;
'Lady Peaceful,' 'Lady Happy,'
That's what I long to be
All the odds are in my favor
Something's bound to begin
It's got to happen, happen sometime
Maybe this time I'll win

video

MEIN HERR
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, toodle oo.


Bye bye mein lieber Herr, farewell mein lieber Herr.
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.

The continent of Europe is so wide, mein Herr.
Not only up and down, but side to side, mein Herr.
I couldn't ever cross it if I tried, mein Herr.
But I do what I can, inch by inch, step by step, mile by mile.
Man by man.


Bye bye mein Herr.
Bye bye mein lieber Herr.
Auf wiedersehen, mein Herr.
Es war sehr gut, mein Herr, und vorbei.
Du kennst mich wohl, mein Herr.
Ach, lebe wohl, mein Herr.
Du sollst mich nie mehr sehen mein Herr.


Bye bye mein lieber Herr.
Farewell mein lieber Herr.
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.
You'll get on without me, mein Herr



video

Life Is a Cabaret

What good is sitting
Alone in your room?
Come hear the music play
Life is a Cabaret, old chum
Come to the Cabaret.
Put down the knitting
The book and the broom
It's time for a holiday
Life is a Cabaret, old chum
Come to the Cabaret

Come taste the wine
Come hear the band
Come blow your horn
Start celebrating

Right this way
Your table's waiting

What good's permitting
Some prophet of doom
To wipe every smile away?
Life is a Cabaret, old chum
So come to the Cabaret

I used to have this girlfriend known as Elsie
With whom I shared
Four sordid rooms in Chelsea
She wasn't what you'd call
A blushing flower
As a matter of fact
She rented by the hour

The day she died the neighbours
Came to snicker

"Well, that's what comes
From too much pills and liquor"
But when I saw her laid down like a Queen
She was the happiest corpse I'd ever seen

I think of Elsie to this very day
I remember how she'd turn to me and say
"What good is sitting all alone
In you room?
Come hear the music play
Life is a Cabaret, old chum
Come to the Cabaret"

And as for me, ah, and as for me
I made my mind up back in Chelsea
When I go

I'm going like Elsie

Start by admitting
From cradle to tomb
It isn't that a long a stay
Life is a Cabaret, old chum
It's only a Cabaret, old chum
And I love a Cabaret

 

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