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Nice to see more and more appreciation of Doris and her talent.
http://www.timeout.com/newyork/tonyblog/?p=2987

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Thanks Velda -- I just love to see Doris getting the praise she so richly deserves !! :lol:
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Velda, you've seriously distracted me here! :lol:

As soon as I watched "There Once Was a Man", I thought I must post "I'm Not at All in Love", Once a Year Day", etc (but maybe not tonight!) and I also had to post a reply! - but I do love that film! 8)

Thanks for the DD (Doris Distraction)
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Hi Toni and Bryan. We all get DD-ed around here. There'a already "I'm not at all in love" on youtube, aswell as, "Hey there".

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Thanks for that info, Velda. Here's another nice tribute:

http://mog.com/musikfriend/blog_post/134975
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In Discussing 2008 Oscars

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Michael Jackson Settles Millions in Debts

Friday, January 04, 2008

By Roger Friedman

Note: In discussion of the 2008 Oscar predictions, this ended the article:

The Academy still hasn’t announced any special awards for legendary actors or directors for 2008. My two choices would be Richard Widmark and Doris Day, whose work in the '50s is simply stellar, respectively, in film noir and romantic comedy.

Widmark is 92, Day is 80-something. Among directors and producers, the beloved Sidney Pollack is the obvious choice.


http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,320131,00.html

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