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Que Sera, Sera


Who knows?

This is the first song I remember being sung to me. I must have been about three years old.

It was written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans who also wrote “Mona Lisa” and the ever-popular  … 8 more words


The Cary Grant Blogathon: My Analysis of That Touch of Mink (1962)

Here I am, back at it again with another blogathon! The year is winding down, but luckily fans of Old Hollywood never run out of fascinating stars and films to write about. 1,186 more words


Musical Monday: Billy Rose's Jumbo (1962)

It’s no secret that the Hollywood Comet loves musicals.
In 2010, I revealed I had seen 400 movie musicals over the course of eight years. Now that number is over 500. 1,291 more words

Musical Monday

Latin For Lovers - Doris Day/1964

Magically, musically, Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff will take you from her Cincinnati roots to Ipanema and beyond.

Destination: Love

It’s Day time.

4 Living Legends Part 2

Michele Morgan (1920-): A French beauty and leading lady for numerous decades known for integral roles in films in her native France and across the globe. 247 more words

Tea for Two (1950)

Nanette Carter (Doris Day) made it through the stock market crash relatively unscathed… or so it seems. Her uncle, J. Maxwell “Max” Bloomhaus (S. Z. Sakall), is tasked with guarding her fortune and making investments for her. 606 more words



You are, a beautiful woman

Inside, outside,

Struggle and toil

Evil and vicious

All shaped you

Dignity and grace

Define you

Scared, heartbroken, and despairing, 87 more words