suzie wrote:Doris has indeed brought much joy to the hurting world around her, thats for sure. Animals as well as people.Doris Mary Anne is one very special lady. A ray of sunshine in a dark world...
paul wrote:I've never seen any wedding pictures either. I think because it was a private ceremony that they deliberately kept it out of the press. There were pictures taken in NYC when "Her Own Story" was released and those were widely circulated at the time and some of the captions read "Doris Day and her new husband pose happily for photographers..." but these were not taken at the wedding.
Might be a great time for Doris to write another book in her own words.
What a lady this woman is - plain and simply, quite a gal.
You are forgetting that all the while he was betraying his wife financially all along. Sounds to me like a complete phoney. You can pretend all you want but if you had a great marriage and he dies and you find out what he's done behind your back, you think you can separate the fake good times you had from the bad things he did behind your back?suzie wrote:I do think that Doris had a pretty good marriage to Melcher. Yes he lost all of their money and yes he was far from perfect...but I must say that there were many years of joy and happiness in that marriage . Was the marriage perfect NO.
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