|Barbra Streisand as Daisy Gamble / Melinda Winifred Wayne Moorpark Tentrees, nee Wainwhistle|
|Yves Montand as Dr. Marc Chabot|
|Jack Nicholson as Tad Pringle|
|Bob Newhart as Dr. Mason Hume|
|John Richardson as Robert Tentrees|
|"Hurry! It's Lovely Up Here"|
If any voice could coax flowers out of their beds in the morning, it's Streisand's
*A popular distribution method for “event” films in the 60s, roadshow films were higher priced, reserved-seat screenings with overtures, intermissions, and exit music. These films were habitually 2 ½ to 4 hours long. They gradually fell out of favor in the late 70s.
|Dr.Chabot hypnotizes Daisy through telepathy|
|The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, England features in one of the film's many stunning flashback sequences.|
|Not sure if this was a wig or her real hair, but this is the look I always associate with Streisand|
|"What Did I Have That I Don't Have?"|
Streisand's vocal performance and acting on this song is peerless. I've seen it dozens of times and it always gives me waterworks.
|The visual pleasures of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever are considerable|
|The Great Profile|
|"I'll have what she's having."|
|Daisy's Emancipation / Melinda's Emancipation|
Daisy's recognition and acceptance of her reincarnated self is dramatized in the echoing of her costuming
Behind the scenes info on the making of "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"
YouTube audio (with stills) of the deleted Barbra Streisand / Larry Blyden duet: "Wait 'till We're Sixty-Five"
If they can restore 1973s Lost Horizon, why not On a Clear Day You Can See Forever ?
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