Three Wishful Thinking Questions For Doris

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Re: Three Wishful Thinking Questions For Doris

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Other than their 1954 duet of "You, My Love," according to my catalogue notes, about a year-and-a-half after her Hit Parade appearances with Sinatra, Doris did record at least one single with him -- "Let's Take An Old-Fashioned Walk" on May 6, 1949.

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Thanks for the tune references, which I have. The reason I asked the question is because Sinatra once told me that there had been a few singers he had wanted to record with, but it never could be arranged, not unlike the aborted project with Quincy Jones and Lena Horne. He didn't mention Doris, but he did mention Sarah Vaughn, Ella, Willy Nelson and Jack Jones.

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I think I would like to ask Doris if there were any film roles she would have liked to play.

She would have been fantastic in South Pacific.
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