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Stars Gone Broke

Fame and fortune don’t last forever.  Even the biggest movie stars aren’t immune.  But some celebrities fare worse than others especially where finances are concerned.  This article from the October 2002 issue of Movieline magazine – dubbed “the Money Issue” – examined a few case studies of movie stars who lost their fortunes. 3,280 more words

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1957 Movie Review: THE PAJAMA GAME, 1957

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Directed by: George Abbott, Stanley Donen

Starring: Doris Day, John Raitt, Carol Haney, Eddie Foy Jr. 807 more words

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2137 Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) - Mary Hopkin (1970)

This song was written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans in 1956. It was introduced in the 1956 movie The Man Who Knew Too Much and was sung by Doris Day. 73 more words


Midnight Lace (1960)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 6 out of 10

4-Word Review: Somebody is stalking her.

Kit Preston (Doris Day) is an American who has just recently married Anthony (Rex Harrison) and moved with him to London. 594 more words


Isham Jones’ compositions(3) "I'll See You in My Dreams"

October 05,2017

“I’ll See You in My Dreams” was written by Isham Jones, with lyrics by Gus Kahn, and was published in 1924.

Then ”I’ll See You in My Dreams” became the title of a movie based on Gus Kahn’s life. 200 more words


20. David Whitfield, with Chorus and Mantovani and His Orchestra - Cara Mia (1954)

Doris Day’s Secret Love had a second, lengthy eight-week stay at number one after toppling Johnnie Ray’s Such a Night. During that time, Diane Leather became the first woman to break the five-minute mile, and on 29 May, the IRA returned after a long period of inactivity. 395 more words