I took a look at each version of A Star Is Born and what they say about our cultural and cinematic history.

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Jake Spur

February 26, 2020

Love gags but let’s face it. Streisand is timeless

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timsopinion

February 26, 2020

"I hate me too" — Devastating.

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Jennifer 918

February 26, 2020

I would love to see a video about the behind-the-scenes drama on each of these movies.

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Moxie McMurder

February 26, 2020

This was the deep dive I was hoping for!

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Eragorn Naoimh

February 26, 2020

aashiqui 2 was the best one do not @ me

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claire freeman

February 26, 2020

Interesting that Judy Garland did not win the Oscar for this yet Renee Zellweger won for playing Judy.

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Nora S.

February 26, 2020

Loved Judy in Star us Born, #1 the best!! Striesand #2.

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Dixon Foggins

February 26, 2020

why are u so scared of spoilers…we are here for a reason..buh

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HelloAzu

February 26, 2020

Lady gaga 😍

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Luna Luis

February 26, 2020

Barbra & Judy ❤

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Larry Roberts

February 26, 2020

I wonder if and channel would show all 4 version on tv

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Kim F

February 26, 2020

I haven't watched Streisand's A Star is Born. I began watching Garland's then went to YouTube to watch the original. This was Fredrich March's role and I don' think any other portrayal comes close to his. My heart broke for him and Cooper didn't make me feel the same heartbreak. I think knowing what Garland went through in her real life makes me sad watchin her movies now and I couldn't connect with her Maine, so I chaned it to the original.

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Hanane Belaouni

February 26, 2020

U should add ashiki2 it's an Indian movie another virgin of star is born

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Cooper Durth

February 26, 2020

I haven't seen the original version with Gaynor, but I have seen the other three and your critique is wonderfully expressed. I actually liked the Streisand version very much. I was a teen when it came out, and seeing it in the theatre was probably beneficial (both stars looked great on the big screen). My main problem with the Garland version has always been the Oscar scene. I think it's too over-the-top and not really believable. I don't think the powers-that-be would have allowed that narrative to play out in real life as it does in the film. That being said, Garland gave the best performance of the four and it's my favorite of the franchise.

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xxbludger

February 26, 2020

I just finished your video comparing every version of Little Women. I love these videos! I feel like I learn a lot about different eras in Hollywood (in the same way as your Best Actress videos), and I can't wait for the next!

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Felix Carpio

February 26, 2020

The very meaning and power of the concept of "Star" has been diminished in modern times, the percentage of people who cares about "Stars" of any kind has been dwindling and dwindling. Youngsters don´t fall for Stars, while oldsters only know and recognize the Stars of 20-30 years ago.

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Keaton Jones

February 26, 2020

She didn't have a last name for a reason!! Jack was saying how he hates when everyone calls him by his full name Jackson Mane just cus he's famous. So she was always just Ally! And this version it was the record label guy's fault for Jack's death. Not Ally's.

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Lucas Balbino

February 26, 2020

so
far

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Brittany Stockham

February 26, 2020

Love love loved your analysis on these films. Put the entire story in a new light. Definitely have a new appreciation for the history behind it all! Thank you!!! Ps, great narration. Your voice has great intonation. Two thumbs way, way up.

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Wyguy the French Fry

February 26, 2020

I like that the 2018 "A Star is Born," teaches the audience that you should be as original as possible with your art, but it's the third remake of the same movie.

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hoorayforyou

February 26, 2020

Can't really hear what Streisand says at all at 14:00

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