People, Feb. 14, 1972

"It's no big deal, really," said pretty, big-eyed Broadway and TV Star Sandy Duncan. What she was tossing off so coolly was the blindness of one of her eyes, resulting from a benign tumor operated on last November. "I've been nearsighted most of my life," said Tony Award Winner Duncan. "My father says I can see more than I can understand anyway. What would affect me more—being in the business that I'm in—would have been if the motor area had been damaged. You see, the appearance of the eye is more important, actually, than...

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