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Liza Minnelli, The Godfather and the New Crack in Hollywood

Liza Minnelli, The Godfather and the New Crack in Hollywood

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Hollywood tried several tributes last Sunday, one that went almost unnoticed. Because it wasn’t.

And I ain’t talking about that slap in the face Will Smith To Chris Rock This has been overshadowed, but the construction of the ceremony shows that it was not very well planned.

As he took the stage of the Dolby Theater Francis Ford Coppola And al PacinoFor the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Saint -Who knows what Robert De Niro was doing next to him, who did not star in the first film of the trilogy, but in the second, or part of the cast Juno’s Young Lifeand some interpreters of pulp Fiction (And tarantino?), a guest was, it seems, not even the Academy’s idea.

Al Pacino, Francis Ford Coppola and Robert De Niro were honored at the Oscars.  Looks like it was Lady Gaga's idea to invite Minnelli.  afp photo

Al Pacino, Francis Ford Coppola and Robert De Niro were honored at the Oscars. Looks like it was Lady Gaga’s idea to invite Minnelli. afp photo

And they invited ugly, terrifying, sports figures for 60 years of James Bond – not even very famous internationally – not actors playing 007, or for example Paul McCartney to play live. live and Let Die,

But okay, I want to mention that great Liza Minnelli, who was with Lady Gaga at the most important awards ceremony of the night, the Oscar for Best Picture that she won. coda,

Minnelli as Sally Bowles in "Cabaret" by Bob Fosse, which won more Oscars than "The Godfather": 8 to 3.  Photo Archive Clarins

Minnelli as Sally Bowles in “Cabaret” by Bob Fosse, which won more Oscars than “The Godfather”: 8 to 3. Photo Archive Clarins

Because it was the last actress and singer’s idea a star is born That star, now 76 years old, the Queen of Hollywood, the Queen of Broadway, was on stage with her. Well Liza’s mom, Judy Garland, starred in, in fact, another version of a star is born, 1954, directed by George Cukor. Bradley Cooper was in fourth with Barbra Streisand in third and Gaga.

Watching him sit in a wheelchair, a product of viral encephalitis that was diagnosed in 2000, and somewhat lost, let’s say, was a little strong.

Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta participated in the "Pulp Fiction" tribute.  But what about Tarantino?  Reuters Photo

Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta participated in the “Pulp Fiction” tribute. But what about Tarantino? Reuters Photo

But we are not writing here to be a reminder of the illnesses and hospitalizations caused by drug and alcohol abuse suffered by the daughter of Judy Garland and Vincent Minnelli, nor an obituary, but to question How the Academy didn’t pay tribute to him 50 years after the premiere of cabaretFor which she won the Oscar for Best Leading Actress.

Oscars crack, 50 years on?

Photos of Sab Ki Yaad Mein SaintA movie, when we discover it by zapping it on a cable signal, even though it is poorly dubbed in Spanish, it is difficult for us to press the remote control again.

Lady Gaga and Liza Minnelli announce the main prize, Best Picture, for "CODA".  ap photo

Lady Gaga and Liza Minnelli announce the main prize, Best Picture, for “CODA”. ap photo

But the facts show that the Academy awarded him 8 statues. cabaret (Adding Bob Fosse as Best Director for Liza, Supporting Actor for Joel Gray, Cinematography and Art Direction, Editing, Sound and Best Music, Original Song Score and/or Adaptation), Already Saint Gave him… Three: Actor and adapted screenplay for the film, Marlon Brando.

Liza is one of the few EGOT artists, as she is called, to have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony, and she has won all but one of them, except Tony, who has three.

Walter Matthau, Irene Worth, Liza Minnelli (19) and Zero Mostel, Tony winner in 1965.  Liza did it for "Flora the Red Menace".  ap photo

Walter Matthau, Irene Worth, Liza Minnelli (19) and Zero Mostel, Tony winner in 1965. Liza did it for “Flora the Red Menace”. ap photo

Again, the Academy or the ceremony they put together the show, sometimes thought more for television than those in the film industry, were wrong.

Or would it be in bad taste to wait for them to be included in In Memoriam?

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