THE DORIS DAY SHOW (CBS-TV) - Doris Day smiles for the camera between takes.

THE DORIS DAY SHOW (CBS-TV) - Doris Day smiles for the camera between takes.

Doris Day - my Mom looked liked her & people would comment on it constantly. She would always reply, "I am her sister Doo-Da-Day".

The Doris Day Show: Season 1

Doris Day - my Mom looked liked her & people would comment on it constantly. She would always reply, "I am her sister Doo-Da-Day".

here's to growing up on Doris Day movies among other oldies.  i should have been…

here's to growing up on Doris Day movies among other oldies. i should have been…

3/17/14  7:27a  "The  Doris Day Show"   Doris Day is Wind Blown   1968-1973 dorisday.net

3/17/14 7:27a "The Doris Day Show" Doris Day is Wind Blown 1968-1973 dorisday.net

Doris Day...22-year-old Doris Day was well-known as a singer in 1946 when she was photographed by Gottlieb, but her film career did not begin until two years later.  Day was approached about a movie role in 1948 after she sang at a private party at the home of composer Jule Styne who recommended her for a role in Romance on the High Seas.  After a failed first marriage, Day had intended to give up show business altogether and return to life with her family in Ohio.

Doris Day...22-year-old Doris Day was well-known as a singer in 1946 when she was photographed by Gottlieb, but her film career did not begin until two years later. Day was approached about a movie role in 1948 after she sang at a private party at the home of composer Jule Styne who recommended her for a role in Romance on the High Seas. After a failed first marriage, Day had intended to give up show business altogether and return to life with her family in Ohio.

"THE WAY WE WERE" sung by DORIS DAY, featuring a homage to all her leading men: Rock Hudson, James Garner, Frank Sinatra, James Cagney, David Niven, Ronald Reagan, Kirk Douglas, Cary Grant, and Clark Gable.

"THE WAY WE WERE" sung by DORIS DAY, featuring a homage to all her leading men: Rock Hudson, James Garner, Frank Sinatra, James Cagney, David Niven, Ronald Reagan, Kirk Douglas, Cary Grant, and Clark Gable.

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