American Masters

Marvin Hamlisch: Genius at Work

Clip: 12/27/2013 | 7m 20s

Luminaries of music and entertainment speak to the genius of Marvin Hamlisch, who was a musical prodigy who entered Juilliard, the country's most prestigious conservatory, at the age of six. Attesting to Hamlisch's brilliance and versatility are childhood companions Leslie Uggams and Christopher Walker, and celebrated composers, conductors and musicians.

Aired: 12/27/13

Rating: NR

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