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Young at Heart

And here is the best part, you have a head start

If you are among the young at heart.

I think it helps to be young at heart to enjoy this very light and fluffy 1954 musical number starring Doris Day and Frank Sinatra  It was originally released at Christmas when they only taxing question on your brain should concern food and just how much more you can consume before imploding.

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Doris Day

CLAUDIA MORRIS returns to the stage in ‘Secret Love’, the heart-warming musical celebrating the life & career of the incomparable Doris Day. The show returns to the UK in February 2015 for a two month tour, following the success of the UK tour in 2013.

A stellar performer in her own right, Claudia Morris’ career has seen her take to the stage in shows such as ‘Camelot’ at The Liverpool Playhouse and ‘Guys ‘n Dolls’ at the Cheltenham Everyman Theatre. 709 more words

New Music

Noir & Day--Julie-1956/Presented @ NOIR CITY 2015!

When Doris Day crossed over to the Dark Side (to paraphrase the programme notes from Noir City’s 13th Annual San Francisco Film Noir Festival)…she really did it… 223 more words

Film Stars

Que Sera Sera - What Will Be, Will Be

I love music from the 40’s and 50’s. One of my favorite songs, is called “Que Sera, Sera,” and if you haven’t heard it, I’ve attached a link for your convenience below. 565 more words


Those Black Hills...

When I do the ironing, a task I’m not that keen on although I don’t absolutely hate, I put the TV on and watch something I don’t need to concentrate on, ‘Homes Under the Hammer’, ‘Escape to the Country’, ‘Helicopter Heroes’… If it’s a programme I really, like I prefer to sit down and watch it, not be doing something else at the same time… 322 more words

Bits And Pieces

Vulgarity begins when imagination succumbs to the explicit. – Doris Day

Review: 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' (Alfred Hitchcock - 1934)

This review also appears here at OnTheBox.com!

Twenty two years before everyone’s favourite everyman James Stewart and a warbling Doris Day find themselves embroiled in a plot of political intrigue in Marrakesh, an English couple suffered a similar fate in the Swiss Alps at the hands of conspirators, led by the peerless Peter Lorre, looking to assassinate an influential statesman, kidnapping their child in the process. 444 more words

British Directors