|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
For fans of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever who want to get depressed, here are links to sites offering more info on all that was cut from the film. Just click on the highlighted sentences.
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 ?
THE STUFF OF DREAMS: