THE SCREENING ROOM: Celebrating Shirley MacLaine (Video)

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Academy Award winner Shirley MacLaine was among the artists celebrated as part of the 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, which were broadcast Dec. 29 on CBS.

MacLaine ("Terms of Endearment, "The Apartment," "Sweet Charity," "Postcards from the Edge") has offered three Broadway solo concerts.

Here's a look at MacLaine on stage and screen:

"Sweet Georgia Brown."

"Irma La Douce" and "If They Could See Me Now."

MacLaine performing the styles of various choreographers.

Lucille Ball and Shirley MacLaine.

A Gershwin medley:

"Donkey Serenade."

Chita Rivera, Paula Kelly and Shirley Maclaine perform "There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This."

"If They Could See Me Now."

Carol Burnett and Shirley MacLaine.

Another look at MacLaine's choreographer's tribute.

"Gee, But It's Good to Be Here."

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