The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (1983)

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I vividly remember watching this edition of the Kennedy Center Honors because James Stewart was honored. I can remember the Air Force Cadet choir singing Auld Lang Syne and Carol Burnett trying to sing but not being able to because she was so choked up. I was so proud of him and for him. I remember that the applause for him was longer than for anyone else honored that evening, including Frank Sinatra. I can't believe the Kennedy Center has not made these available on tape or DVD yet. There are many years' versions I would LOVE to buy. I have tried to find a way to contact them about this but their website is far from user friendly. I am looking forward to this year's edition but there will never be another year quite like the 1983 year for me. The closest was the year Sean Connery was honored.


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