The Best of Babs: Barbra Streisand's Long and Lovely Career, Pre-Guilt Trip

Categories: Art
courtesy Library of Congress
Barbra Streisand has always been a force. The Grammys have declared her a legend. She's made a name for herself on the silver screen, the little screen, and stereos everywhere. It should have been obvious that The Guilt Trip was going to be a slam dunk. But I saw Seth Rogen's name, and I wavered. Babs, I'm so sorry. I should have never second-guessed you. In appreciation, here's a little roundup of just a few of Streisand's career's highlights.

The Way We Were (1973) with Robert Redford
It was in 1973 that Barbra Streisand showed us how to fall in love. The story starts in the 1930s. She's a politically-active student; he's kind of a waste of time. Their passion is fiery, unlike the dutiful romance you might image your grandparents must have had. In the end, it didn't matter how much Streisand cared for Redford and vice versa, they just weren't good together.

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