Cher... and Other Fantasies (1979)

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After an opening number featuring women from history (all wearing Bob Mackie fashions), Cher finds herself lost in an abandoned building's atrium. With the help of a mystical sign painter (... See full summary »

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29 December 2006 | michaelroberts69
| Pure 70s cheese and so much fun!!
You could argue that this special was the pinnacle of tackiness and you might be right. On the other hand, Cher has always been able to turn "tacky" into "fantastic" almost effortlessly. This special showcases Cher in all her Mackie glory. The costumes are over the top and I wouldn't expect any less from Cher. The musical numbers are pure 70s cheese, but that's what the 70s were all about. Cher looks amazing, but then again Cher always looks amazing.

Cher & Other Fantasies is an exercise in excess. The sets are over the top. The guest stars are sometimes lame, but always fun. Cher is on top of her game as always and just a joy to watch.

All in all, it's a lot of fun and it's long overdue for a DVD release.

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Comedy | Music


Release Date:

7 March 1979



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