According to the 1974 biography 'Barbra Streisand: The First Decade', this was originally envisioned as a three-hour 'road show' extravaganza, and included many sequences of Daisy's other lives (photos of which were printed in some pre-release promotions), but director Vincente Minnelli and the studio felt it would be too long, especially since musicals had already begun to fail at the box office. The film's soundtrack album was the poorest-selling of Barbra Streisand's career. According to Yves Montand's biography, 'You See, I Haven't Forgotten', some of his musical numbers were cut from the film. One of the very rare Hollywood musicals were the two main characters do not kiss each other.
Yves Montand & Barbra Streisand
Yves Montand and Barbra Streisand were in an on-screen matchup.
Yves Montand Barbra Streisand Tour
On Screen Matchups
Yves Montand and Barbra Streisand were in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever(1970) together.
Yves Montand Barbra Streisand Songs
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