You mean to say microphones recorded what Barbra was singing live on the sound stage and what we hear in the movie is what she sang in those takes, what the microphones picked up, continuity cuts and all? Do you have a link or a reference for that? I accept that she is talk-singing the first part of the song live, before the orchestra swells and she swings into full song. I know that was not looped in later, you can clearly see she is saying the words live. I certainly accept that she was vocalizing during those takes during the rest of the song and not just faking it in silence. But it is hard to believe that the rest of what we hear of My Man in the movie is the very recording of what she actually sang live on that sound stage following the talk-singing at the beginning of the song. How did they manage to match the sound and the editing/continuity cuts so seamlessly? How did she manage to hit and deliver every note of the song after the talk-singing portion precisely as she sang it for that 1965 album without a scintilla of difference between the two? Of course, I am prepared to be amazed by anything Barbra Streisand and the wizards at Columbia could do, but this one would really be awesome.