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 Doris Day Collection

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Doris Day

Actresses and Singer (1924-Present)

Doris Day DancingDoris Day, one of the most influential and prolific actresses to ever grace the silver screen, was born Doris Mary Ann Von Kapplehoff to a immigrated German family in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1924. As a child, she was always a playful little girl, wanting what other girls wanted, which was to become a typical ballerina. She loved to dance, sometimes dancing by herself, for hours at a time, but soon her dreams of becoming a dancer were shattered by a horrific automobile accident. Grace smiled upon her again when, at the age of 16, Doris discovered that she could sing, and sing WELL!

Doris began singing with local bands and on one separate singing occasion, Doris met her first husband, Al Jorden, whom she married shortly afterwards in 1941, at the age of 17. The marriage was short-lived because of Jorden's obsession with violence. In 1943, the couple divorced. After another failed marriage, that did not last even a year, Doris' agent urged her to take a screen test for motion pictures. It was the mega movie moguls Warner Brothers that caught on quick to Doris' talent, and their pursuit for the perfect face for their pictures was well worth the journey. After a lofty contract signing, Doris went on to star in over 20 films from 1948 to 1953. Some of her most famous films of this period were Calamity Jane, Lucky Me, My Dream is Yours, The Man Who knew Too Much, and Pillow Talk.

Doris DayHer soaring movie career helped her sell her musical album, and further increased her stardom. It was during this time that she met Marty Melcher, her future husband. They were wed in 1951, and in 1953, they adopted a child. Doris' success took her through over 50 smash movie hits, her own show, countless other television appearances, and gold records. Even at the young age of 75, Doris runs a foundation for the proper care of Animals in the town of Carmel, California.

This collection of recordings is a sampling of her singing talents and guest appearances in various shows including the Bob Hope Show, Guest Star Radio, Railroad Hour, and volume two includes recordings of her own show, The Doris Day Show.

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Volume 1: 10 shows - total playtime 4 hours 3 minutes

Bob Hope Show
Bob Hope 480911 Bob And Jack Benny As Radio Djs
Bob Hope 481207 Xmas Shopping Doris Day & Bing
Bob Hope 490419 Jimmy Durante
Bob Hope 491206 Benny Doris Day
Bob Hope 500314 Guest Fred Allen
Bob Hope 500321 Bing Crosby

Guest Star Radio
Guest Star Radio 044 Doris Day

Kraft Music Hall
KMH 481230 Guest Doris Day
KMH 490428 Guest Doris Day

Railroad Hour
RRH 491121 No No Nanette Gordon McCrea Doris Day

Volume 2: The Doris Day Show
10 shows - total playtime 4 hours 45 minutes

Doris Day Show 520328 12 Who Who Who Guest Danny Thomas
Doris Day Show 520411 14 Just One Of Those Things Guest Ray Bolger Frank Loesser
Doris Day Show 520418 15 Shanghai Guest Ray Bolger Mary Wickes
Doris Day Show 520425 16 Oops Guest Gordon Macrae
Doris Day Show 520502 17 Nobodys Sweetheart Guest Donald Oconnor Liberace
Doris Day Show 520509 18 Its A Lovely Day Today Guest Gordon Macrae Mary Wickes
Doris Day Show 520516 19 S Wonderful Guest Harry James Guy Mitchell
Doris Day Show 520523 20 On Moonlight Bay Guest Dennis Day Ray Noble
Doris Day Show 521125 46 Just One Of Those Things
Doris Day Show 521223 50 Here Comes Santa Claus



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