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Doris Day: Day In, Day Out

Day in-day out  
The same old voodoo follows me about
The same old pounding in my heart
Whenever I think of you and darling, I think of you… 82 more words


"Stardust and Spangles and Dreams" from Billy Rose's Jumbo in honor of Barnum and Bailey's /Ringley Brothers Circus coming to an end

Farewell to the Barnum and Bailey & Ringley Brothers Circus! I suppose the circus has always been anachronistic, but I am sad to see it go. 13 more words

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Stephen Boyd Interview regarding "Billy Rose's Jumbo", 1963

This is a very insightful interview from April 7, 1963, in the Longview News Journal (Texas) about the opening of “Jumbo”. Stephen had a very fun time filming “Jumbo” on the MGM lot with Doris Day, Martha Raye and Jimmy Durante during the early part of 1962. 228 more words

Stephen Boyd

How the West was Sung!

… That actually might be one of the original marketing slogans for the film. Hmmm. Anyway, Calamity Jane was, I believe, the first Doris Day film that I ever saw. 60 more words

Song A Day

Teacher's Pet

Before watching the movie:

A 50s screwball romantic comedy is pretty much always welcome, and often a relief. This week, I think I really need to see Clark Gable and Doris Day verbally spar their way into each other’s arms. 599 more words


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“Gratitude is riches. Complaint is poverty”

– Doris Day


Second Looks: That Touch of Mink (1962)

Cathy Timberlake (Doris Day) isn’t having the best day. Struggling to find a job, she is headed to the unemployment office to pick up a check when she’s nearly smushed flat by a passing limousine. 622 more words