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by Johnny
15 Jan 2021, 00:09
Forum: OFF TOPICS
Topic: Let Us Remember
Replies: 397
Views: 168826

Re: Let Us Remember

Let Us Remember: On January 14- 1957, actor Humphrey Bogart died at age 57. Some of his films are: Casablanca The Maltese Falcon The Big Sleep Key Largo The African Queen In January 14, 1976, actor Peter Finch died at age of 60. Some of his films are: The Nun's Story I Thank a Fool Sunday Bloody Sun...
by Johnny
12 Jan 2021, 20:11
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: Romance on the High Seas
Replies: 170
Views: 99734

Re: Romance on the High Seas

I came across on IMDb this trivia on Doris Day’s first film Romance on the High Seas: “This was Doris Day’s first film acting role, and she was extremely naive about how movies were made. She wrote in her autobiography that the first scenes to be filmed would be aboard the cruise ship, and the first...
by Johnny
07 Jan 2021, 18:50
Forum: OFF TOPICS
Topic: Let Us Remember
Replies: 397
Views: 168826

Re: Let Us Remember

Let Us Remember:

On January 7- 2015, actor Rod Taylor died at age 84.

Some of Rod's movies are:
Giant
Raintree County
The Time Machine
The Birds
The V.I.P.s
Do Not Disturb - with Doris Day
Sunday in New York
The Glass Bottom Boat - with Doris Day
by Johnny
28 Dec 2020, 21:50
Forum: OFF TOPICS
Topic: Let Us Remember
Replies: 397
Views: 168826

Re: Let Us Remember

Let Us Remember: On December 28- 2016 actress Debbie Reynolds died at age 84. Some of Debbie's films are: Singin' in the Rain Tammy and the Bachelor Bundle of Joy This Happy Feeling The Unsinkable Molly Brown The Singing Nun In & Out Mother On December 28- 2017, actress and comedienne Rose Marie, di...
by Johnny
26 Dec 2020, 12:51
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: With Six You Get Eggroll
Replies: 87
Views: 68194

Re: With Six You Get Eggroll

This is some trivia I found on Doris' last film With Six You Get Eggroll: This film title reflects back to a 1964 Doris Day, Rock Hudson movie "Send Me No Flowers", where they reveal how Hudson's character , George, meets Day's character Judy, at a Chinese restaurant. She's dining solo, but by joini...
by Johnny
23 Dec 2020, 11:52
Forum: TALKING ABOUT DORIS DAY
Topic: Forum Banners 2019-2020
Replies: 669
Views: 179066

Re: Forum Banners 2019-2020

I want to wish all the Doris Day Forum members a happy and especially healthy holiday during this Christmas and Hanukkah seasons. 🎄🌟☃️🎄🌟☃️🎁 It has been a difficult and sad year with the loss of our inspiring and devoted webmaster Bryan. I hope Jaques will be comforted by treasured memories. With our...
by Johnny
23 Dec 2020, 11:21
Forum: TALKING ABOUT DORIS DAY
Topic: Chatting about Doris...
Replies: 194
Views: 64940

Re: Chatting about Doris...

Doris Day in On Moonlight Bay is now showing on TCM. It is a delightful Christmas holiday movies that always delights.
by Johnny
20 Dec 2020, 23:35
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?
Replies: 95
Views: 65766

Re: Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?

Thank you Texas for reminding me.


I will check it out. Happy Holidays!
by Johnny
20 Dec 2020, 21:13
Forum: BOOKS ABOUT DORIS DAY
Topic: Doris Day Mentioned Quite Positively in New Book: The Movie Musical by Jeanine Basinger
Replies: 4
Views: 2206

Re: Doris Day Mentioned Quite Positively in New Book: The Movie Musical by Jeanine Basinger

Thank you so much docwheels for your wonderful post on the book The Movie Musical by Jeanine Basinger. It is so gratifying to see the appreciation expressed for Doris Day in her musicals. Some of the comments were intriguing such as Doris having a touch of Bing Crosby, Lana Turner and Frank Sinatra....
by Johnny
19 Dec 2020, 21:20
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?
Replies: 95
Views: 65766

Re: Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?

Some trivia found on Doris' film Where Were You When The Lights Went Out?: There appears to be a rights issue tied up with the issuing of this film. While it was a television staple for many years and was released on videocassette several decades ago , it has not been televised or released in digita...
by Johnny
13 Dec 2020, 17:23
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: The Ballad of Josie
Replies: 67
Views: 49415

Re: The Ballad of Josie

I have been checking out different reviews on The Ballad of Josie released on February 8-1968. Most critics were harsh in their review of the film . I was surprised to see that 82% of Google users said they liked the film. Some recent Amazon purchasers' reviews are: "This is a great movie to watch w...
by Johnny
09 Dec 2020, 20:43
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: Caprice
Replies: 148
Views: 98228

Re: Caprice

Film critic Leonard Maltin’s review of the film Caprice was quite negative. He gave the film zero stars and said the film was “a terrible vechicle for Day”. In her memoir , Dsy recounts an argument she had with her manager-husband Martin Melcher over the script for Caprice, unaware he signed her nam...
by Johnny
08 Dec 2020, 21:43
Forum: TALKING ABOUT DORIS DAY
Topic: Poll: Doris Would Have Been Better
Replies: 34
Views: 14886

Re: Poll: Doris Would Have Been Better

I just saw recently Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Ellen Burstyn. Ellen won the 1974 Academy Award for best actress and was sensational in the role. This part would have been a perfect fit for Doris since Alice was a singer with a ten year old son. Doris des...
by Johnny
30 Nov 2020, 13:55
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: The Glass Bottom Boat
Replies: 137
Views: 133457

Re: The Glass Bottom Boat

Thanks so much Peter for sharing. . It is good to hear from you.

The handwritten note is another little Doris treasure that I am sure DD forum members appreciate.

Stay well.
by Johnny
29 Nov 2020, 22:04
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: The Glass Bottom Boat
Replies: 137
Views: 133457

Re: The Glass Bottom Boat

I make a point of seeing The Glass Bottom Boat at least two or three times a year. There is a high level of comedic energy. Doris Day's physical comedy timing skills shine brightly. This is illustrated perfectly in her slapstick scene with Dom DeLuise . The romantic chemistry with Rod Taylor works e...
by Johnny
29 Nov 2020, 20:51
Forum: OFF TOPICS
Topic: Let Us Remember
Replies: 397
Views: 168826

Re: Let Us Remember

Let Us Remember: On November 29- 1981 - actress Natalie Wood died at age 43 die to drowning. Some of Natalie's films are: Miracle on 34th. Street Rebel Without a Cause Marjorie Morningstar Splendor in the Grass West Side Story Brainstorm On November 29 - 1985, charasmatic actor Cary Grant died at ag...
by Johnny
28 Nov 2020, 00:34
Forum: THE MUSIC OF DORIS DAY
Topic: Billy Rose’s Jumbo Soundtrack
Replies: 0
Views: 578

Billy Rose’s Jumbo Soundtrack

I had forgotten how extraordinary and beautiful the songs are in the film Billy Rose’s Jumbo. From the opening of The Circus on Parade, to Doris singing Why Can’t I to the enchanting number The Most Beautiful Girl in The World ; this music and songs are glorious. I am presently watching the film on ...
by Johnny
22 Nov 2020, 21:25
Forum: OFF TOPICS
Topic: Let Us Remember
Replies: 397
Views: 168826

Re: Let Us Remember

Let Us Remember:


On November 23- 1980, actress, singer and screenwriter Mae West died at age 87.

Some of her films are:

Night After Night
She Done Him Wrong
I'm No Angel
Belle of the Nineties
Klondike Annie
My Little Chickadee
Myra Breckinridge
by Johnny
20 Nov 2020, 18:21
Forum: TALKING ABOUT DORIS DAY
Topic: The Discovering Doris Day Tribute site
Replies: 3
Views: 1133

Re: The Discovering Doris Day Tribute site

Thank you for reminding us to visit the Doris Day Tribute site. I checked it out and found it interesting. I am pleased to know there are other active sites paying tribute to Doris. I think this Doris Day Forum is one of the most comprehensive information sites that serves to honour Doris and allow ...
by Johnny
20 Nov 2020, 18:05
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: Do Not Disturb
Replies: 75
Views: 53057

Re: Do Not Disturb

I found this 2006 review by a Google user on Do Not Disturb that sums up the feelings of many Doris Day aficinados and there are many. This personal review really effectively expresses the depth of affection and care of Doris Day fans. "1My Favourite Doris Day Entrance" "Doris Day's later films were...
by Johnny
19 Nov 2020, 12:59
Forum: OFF TOPICS
Topic: Let Us Remember
Replies: 397
Views: 168826

Re: Let Us Remember

Let Us Remember: On November 19- 2004 Terry Melcher , Doris Day beloved son tragically died at age 62 from melanoma. Terry was a Rock and Pop record producer, singer and songwriter. He worked with the music groups The Birds , Pat Boone, Glen Campbell the Beach Boys and Paul Revere and the Raiders. T...
by Johnny
16 Nov 2020, 12:32
Forum: OFF TOPICS
Topic: Let Us Remember
Replies: 397
Views: 168826

Re: Let Us Remember

Let Us Remember: On November 16- 1960, Clark Gable often referred to as, "The King of Hollywood" died at age 59. He won the Best actor Academy Award for his role in the 1934 film comedy classic It Happened One Night. 🕊️🕊️🕊️ Some of his films are: Gone With The Wind Mutiny on the Bounty Strange Cargo...
by Johnny
15 Nov 2020, 12:32
Forum: OFF TOPICS
Topic: Let Us Remember
Replies: 397
Views: 168826

Re: Let Us Remember

Let Us Remember: On November 15- 1954, Academy Award Best actor Lionel Barrymore ,(1931-A Free Soul), died at age 76.🕊️🕊️🕊️ Some of his films are: Grand Hotel Can't Take it With You Captains Courageous A Christmas Carol Doctor Kildare Duel in the Sun It's a Wonderful Life On November 15, 1958, dashi...
by Johnny
12 Nov 2020, 12:52
Forum: OFF TOPICS
Topic: Let Us Remember
Replies: 397
Views: 168826

Re: Let Us Remember

Let Us Remember: On November 12- 1981, Academy Award Best Actor William Holden (for Stalag 17) dies at 63. Some of his films are: Golden Boy Sunset Boulevard Born Yesterday The Moon is Blue Executive Suite Sabrina Picnic The Bridge on the River Kwai The World of Suzie Wong The Wild Bunch On November...
by Johnny
09 Nov 2020, 22:25
Forum: THE FILMS OF DORIS DAY
Topic: Send Me No Flowers
Replies: 103
Views: 80795

Re: Send Me No Flowers

Bodley Crowther of the New York Times in his review of Send Me No Flowers stated , “ it is a beautiful farce situation “ and added , “Julius Epstein has written it ...with nimble inventiveness and style. And Norman Jewison has directed so that it stays within the bounds of good taste, is never cruel...