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“Learning a part was like acting out the lyrics of a song”

– Doris Day


Christmas album of the day

A name from the past. Not many people know her now, but, in our youth, she was one of the biggest stars out there.

Here with her Christmas album is Doris Day.


Weird Ads And A Plenty

It’s been a couple weeks
since we dug real deep
into the mailbag —

— we’ve been getting
some funny and
very interesting things
from our friends, 204 more words


The Man Who Knew Too Much (USA, 1956)

Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock. When I reviewed the original 1934 UK version, I felt it was a bit of a disappointment, a pretty neat little version of the whole world being turned upside-down only to be safely and neatly put back together again with no sense of lasting consequences. 252 more words

What A Day

Not sure I need to own this, Doris Day’s Greatest Hits, but here it sits… unplayed, and mocking me while it takes up precious shelf space. 19 more words


Julie (1956)

Julie (Doris Day) and Lyle (Louis Jourdan) are newlyweds, but their honeymoon hasn’t exactly been happy. Lyle has been acting jealous and strange.

Julie was married once before, the marriage only ending due to her husband’s unexpected death. 419 more words