The scene in which Wood has a nervous breakdown while "looping" (re-recording) her own singing voice has the process backwards: By the 1930s, movie musicals had learned to pre-record their star's vocals, then have them lip-sync to the track on camera. See more
[monologue narration thoughts while sitting on a trash can in an alley
The 24th of August, 1936; Angel Beach California, USA, the world, the universe; Angel Beach. Happy birthday Daisy Clover. I'm 15 today, but I won't let it go to my head. I'm still the same happy, adjusted, polite young lady. People say I'm quite sophisticated for my age. That's only skin deep. Underneath the veneer, Ill bet my simple, healthy instincts against yours any day!
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The Gold Diggers' Song (We're in the Money)
Music by Harry Warren
Played when Daisy's mother runs off to the fortune teller See more