A Star Is Born (1976)

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Movie Info & Cast

Cast

  • Barbra Streisand
  • Kris Kristofferson
  • Gary Busey
  • Oliver Clark
  • Venetta Fields
  • Clydie King
  • Marta Heflin
  • M.G. Kelly
  • Sally Kirkland
  • Joanne Linville

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Kris Kristofferson compared making the movie to going through Ranger School, the elite U.S. Army Ranger program, which he did in 1963. In Ranger School, you sleep an average of three hours every twenty-four hours, and your skills and will to succeed is constantly challenged to the maximum for three months.
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Goofs

  • In the swimming pool scene after the motorcycle accident at the stadium concert, John N Howard has Ace bandages on his foot and right hand. Yet, he is shown using the right hand to use a pair of crutches (would be too painful with a wrist sprain). He is also shown swimming, which is also painful to sprained joints. He is not shown wincing at all while swimming. He also puts weight on his right hand as he is getting out of the pool, pushing up on his fingertips on a straightened wrist. This would not be possible without severe pain, if the wrist is in fact damaged enough to require an Ace bandage.
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Quotes

    • Esther Hoffman: You can trash your life but you're not going to trash mine.
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Metacritic

75

The film is equal parts I Will Survive and pop martyrdom, instigated by a star so enormous that she could likely bankroll the Department of Defense for the year of 1976 and still have money left over.

Metacritic review by Chris Cabin
Chris Cabin
Slant Magazine
63

I enjoyed a lot of A Star Is Born. I thought Miss Streisand was distractingly miscast in the role, and yet I forgave her everything when she sang.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times