Liberace: Behind the Music (1988)

Liberace: Behind the Music (1988)

Director David Greene

Writer Gavin Lambert

Genre Biography, Drama, Music

Year 1988

Actors Victor Garber, Saul Rubinek, Michael Dolan, Maureen Stapleton

IMDB : 6.5 (77 votes)


Description Fueled by the intense poverty of his youth, Walter Valentino Liberace is determined to become the world's greatest entertainer. Explore the rises and falls, the libel and palimony suits, as this intensely driven man struggles for personal happiness as well as the desire for the title of "Mr. Showmanship."


  • Devon A 2016-10-22 23:27:28
    It's the dude from titanic
  • Barbie Green 2016-04-09 14:53:59
    Victor Garber is the most good looking and the handsomest and the spectacular person  that I've ever saw.
  • Barbie Green 2016-04-02 03:40:50
    Victor is so cute and so hunky he looks like in his early 20s when he did this movie , I am so in love with him and i'll always be in love with him forever and ever .
  • Barbie Green 2016-04-02 03:05:56
    victor Garber is the new Handsome Elvis Presley this generation and I love him so much I just can't wait for me to meet him someday , he looks so very handsome and he's a hunk and very sexually acttractive.
  • Barbie Green 2016-04-02 03:02:15
    Victor Garber looks so freaking hot and sexy and very young in this movie gosh I want to marry that handsome Casanova really badly!!!!!.
  • withaze 2013-09-25 04:00:22
    It's not horrible! I've seen both & this version is ten times better. Victor Garber BECOMES him. Makes the Douglas version look weak.
  • Vida Glori Anne 2013-07-28 17:28:11
    Is it weird that this looks horrible but that I still really want to see it I mean the Liberace story is amazing just the production value on this looks like it cost about $10 and I like victor but if I'm being honest Michael did a fantastic job this trailer looks like a skit
  • Karen M. 2013-06-19 00:49:58
    Victor Garber much more realistic than Michael Douglas.

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