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Yves Montand
Actor, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970)
I'd like to know whose suicidal idea it was to hire Yves Montand to play the romantic lead. Based on his past record in Hollywood movies, I'd say he has about as much drawing power as a dead walrus.
(Rex Reed)
Perhaps the saddest thing about the film is Yves Montand in his first English-singing role. Montand was once a singer but never a linguist, and he performs here as one who has forgotten singing and not yet learned English.
(John Simon, National Review)
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