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Happy New Year everyone. May this year be filled with love, laughter, sunshine and happiness.

Merry Christmas to you all

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The Golden Age of Hollywood

Rock Hudson and Doris Day filming Lover Come Back, 1960. They were such wonderful friends and had such good chemistry on the screen

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Classic Hollywood | Los Angeles Times

Where did the time go? "The Man Who Knew Too Much," Alfred Hitchcock's remake of his 1934 British thriller starring James Stewart and Doris Day, opened in release on this date in 1956. Day also introduced the Oscar-winning tune that would become one of of her signature tunes, "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)" in the box office hit. Photo from the L.A. Times files.

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Turner Classic Movies: TCM

Debate Time! What is the best Doris Day musical?

Join us tomorrow, Thurs, May 21 for six Day musicals, including TEA FOR TWO ('50), I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS ('51) and BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON ('53).

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Turner Classic Movies: TCM

The dark, hard-edged LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME ('55) marks a departure for the naturally jovial Doris Day.

Day remembers shooting one particularly violent scene that ...censors cut from the film: "[Co-star James Cagney] attacks me savagely; and the way Cagney played it, believe me, it was savage. He slammed me against the wall, ripped off my dress, my beads flying, and after a tempestuous struggle, in which I tried to fight him off with every realistic ounce of strength I had, he threw me on the bed and raped me. It was a scene that took a lot out of me, but it was one of the most fully realized physical scenes I have ever played...It wasn't until I saw the movie in its release that I became aware that most of the scene had been cut."

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Classic Movies Digest

Happy Birthday,
Doris Day!!!
(91 years-young today)

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Classic Hollywood | Los Angeles Times

Here's a great scene of Doris Day, who is celebrating her 91st birthday today, and Rock Hudson in their terrific 1961 romantic comedy "Lover, Come Back." What is your favorite Day-Hudson film? Photo from the L.A. Times files

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Doris Day Tribute

HAPPY BIRTHDAY for today from to darling Doris Day who is 91!

Don't forget the Region 1 DVD boxset 'THE ESSENTIAL COLLECTION' is out on April 7th 2015 featuring Doris' elusive 1960 thriller 'MIDNIGHT LACE':

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Alfred Hitchcock Geek

Alfred explains it all--getting older isn't easy but think of the alternative!
Happy Birthday, Doris Day!
(Posted by Elisabeth Karlin)