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This past week bore witness to one of the most very important anniversaries imaginable:Funny Girlturned fifty.And if you don't know whatFunny Girlis and why it matters, I'm a little shocked you found this site, but I'm happy to explain that it's a Best Picture-nominated musical directed by Oscar favorite William Wyler, and the film debut of cabaret singer-turned-Broadway star-turned embodied deity Barbra Streisand.Who also got some Oscar love, winning Best Actress in a tie with Katharine Hepburn's turn inThe Lion in Winter.

Not least among the achievements ofFunny Girlis that, when thus compared head-to-head with one of the grandest dames of screen acting, Streisand looks like pretty worth recipient of that honor.Funny Girl, as scripted by Isobel Lennart (who also wrote the book for the 1963 stage version, also starring Streisand), is a gift to its lead, offering pretty much everything you could want to demand of a musical theater actor: broad comedy!tear-jerking heartbreak!steel-willed fortitude!songs where you have to be manic!songs where you have to be pensive!


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