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MARVIN HAMLISCH PERFORMING, SOT HOW HE WRITES SONGS, HERO SONG, AUDIENCE APPLAUDING, SHOT OF GREG LOUGANIS IN AUDIENCE, CHORUS LINE SONGS PLAYED ON PIANO BY MARVIN HAMLISCH
MARVIN HAMLISCH A HERO IS A SANDWICH TO ME (live)
DOES A JOHNNY MATHUS IMPERSONATION TO A ROUSING APPLAUSE FROM AUDIENCE - HAMLISCH PERFORMS HIS NIGHT CLUB ACT VOICE AND PIANO
MS PAN OF WELL DRESSED SUPER CLUB SOPHISTICATED NIGHT CLUB AUDIENCE IN TUXEDOS AND GOWN 1980'S NEW YORK SOCIETY
MARVIN HAMLISCH A CHORUS LINE (MEDLEY) (live)
COMIC BEGINNING REPEATING HIS PREVIOUS SONG AND PLAYS A MEDLEY FROM HIS SHOW " A CHORUS LINE "
PAN OF APPLAUDING AUDIENCE
COMPOSER PIANIST MARVIN HAMLISCH TELLS STORY ABOUT HIS EARLY CAREER LIVING IN A WALK UP APARTMENT IN NEW YORK CITY
HAMLISCH INTRODUCES HIS WIFE TERRE BLAIR WHO STANDS UP FOR A BOW
HAMLISCH INTRODUCES HIS MOTHER WHO ALSO TAKES A BOW
MARVIN HAMLISCH TELLS THE STORY OF THE FILM AND SCORE FOR THE FILM " THE WAY WE WERE" WITH BARBRA STREISAND
MARVIN HAMLISCH THE WAY WE WERE ( THEME ) (live)
STANDING OVATION FROM WELL HEELED RICH SOPHISTICATED AUDIENCE
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