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Updated: 'Cabaret' stars Minnelli, Grey, York and Berenson reunite on 'Today' show as film makes it to Blu-ray

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cabaretLiza Minnelli, Joel Grey, Michael York and Marisa Berenson -- the stars of Bob Fosse's 1972 film masterpiece, Cabaret -- reunite Wednesday morning on NBC's Today show.

The cast will reminisce about making the film, which debuts Feb. 5 on Blu-ray ($28).

Warner Home Video restored Cabaret for its 40th anniversary screening last year at the TCM Classic Film Festival.

Cabaret looks and sounds great in high definition. The Blu-ray also contains several new features: a commentary by Ithaca College Professor Stephen Tropiano and high-def documentary, Cabaret: The Musical That Changed Musicals.

The film, with songs by John Kander and Fred Ebb, won eight Academy Awards in 1973, including: Best Actress (Minnelli), Best Supporting Actor (Grey) and Best Director (Fosse).

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