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Barbra Streisand... and Other Musical Instruments

Movie, 1973, 51 minutes
Barbra Streisand... and Other Musical Instruments
With eclectic instruments from around the world, Barbra puts a fresh spin on her catalog in this concert special featuring a duet with Ray Charles.
The movie Barbra Streisand... and Other Musical Instruments was released in 1973 and lasts 51 minutes. This primetime special won five Emmys and the prestigious Director's Guild Award. Suitable for all ages This movie is Feel-good.
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Barbra Streisand's fifth TV special featuring rhythm and blues great Ray Charles.

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Audio: English [Original]
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