On March 27, 1973, "Cabaret" won eight Academy Awards, including Best Actress for Liza Minnelli, Best Supporting Actor for Joel Grey and Best Director for Bob Fosse. (The film itself lost Best Picture to a little know movie called "The Godfather.")
"I was really surprised [to win]," Minnelli, who played famed character Sally Bowles in "Cabaret," told HuffPost Entertainment about winning an Oscar. "My dad, who was sitting beside me, was so surprised he SCREAMED in my ear. I still have Tinnitus from it. Isn't that funny?"
Forty years later, Warner Bros. has put together a special anniversary edition of "Cabaret," available now on Blu-ray and DVD. To celebrate the release, the studio has released this exclusive look at one of the disc's special features -- a look at the extensive choreography Fosse devised for the musical classic. Watch the video above; "Cabaret" is out on Blu-ray now.