Approved | | Drama, Music, Romance
Robert Redford's agent tried to dissuade him from appearing in the film. Redford accepted the role on the proviso that the script was altered to tone down his character's sexuality. To Redford's dismay, after his footage was completed, a new line was scripted and shot which left no question that his character was bisexual.
The Dealer - Mrs. Clover:
Daisy, what're you doing?
Daisy Clover: Cooking fish burgers, and beans and hot chocolate, it's my birthday and I want a party, damn it.
The Dealer - Mrs. Clover: Stay off those four letter words, there're too many of them around.
The film is basically one big anachronism, since it features 1960s fashions, hairstyles, and music in a story supposedly set in the 1930s.
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