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Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 03 Jul 2019, 15:21
by Johnny
I really love these 1944 and 1946 photos of Doris.
Doris glows in these pictures. They are real treasures.

Thank you Peter.

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 06 Jul 2019, 19:28
by Ania
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Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 06 Jul 2019, 19:29
by Ania
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Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 06 Jul 2019, 19:34
by Ania
Peter Flapper wrote:
30 Jun 2019, 07:57

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1946 Doris Day a.o.

A wonderful photo of a young Doris! Thanks Peter💕

Ania

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 06 Jul 2019, 19:39
by Johnny
Thanks so much Ania for all these great Doris photos, some I have not seen before. I really love the first photo of Doris laid back in the chair.

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 08 Jul 2019, 13:56
by jbeane
Ania,
Love all of the pics. I wonder if Doris had as much fun with Frank as Dinah Shore did. They seemed to have a great chemistry.
Thanks for posting,
Jill

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 10 Jul 2019, 15:14
by Jas1
More fabulous pictures, thanks ya all. :roll:

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 10 Jul 2019, 17:28
by Ania
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Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 12 Jul 2019, 14:03
by Peter Flapper
Hi Ania,

Great pictures again, thank you a lot for sharing them. Came across the first photo. Already had the second one. Still no clue about the announcer and the program.
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Between 1948 and 1950 - Doris Day a.o.?

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Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 13 Jul 2019, 09:58
by Musiclover
Peter, these photos from an AFRS broadcast are great. I'm pretty sure that's Hy Averback on the right. He was the announcer for Armed Forces Radio Service, as well as for Bob Hope's program and several others during and after WWII. He was also a comedy writer and a director of many episodes of various TV shows (including M*A*S*H*). Doris worked with Averback in radio, and later when he directed Where Were You When the Lights Went Out.

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 13 Jul 2019, 10:36
by Johnny
Thank you Peter for these interesting photos. I am wondering if the pin on the Doris' collar is an Air Force pin.

Thanks Musiclover for the information on Hy Averback.

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 14 Jul 2019, 04:37
by Peter Flapper
Hi Judy and Johnny,

Thank you for your reply's... But it's not Hy Averback. It was my first thought too, but I have search around in my Bob Hope Show photo's and the photo below shows Hy. Judy also thanks for the short bio of Hy. At this moment there aren't a lot photo's of him around on the internet, but a few.
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So the search continues,

P

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 14 Jul 2019, 11:47
by Peter Flapper
Hi there,

Came across a photo of Doris and Suzy Rapp, the daughter of Barney Rapp.
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1954 Doris Day & Suzy Rapp

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Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 14 Jul 2019, 12:29
by Johnny
Thanks Peter for this photo of Doris and Suzy Rapp. I wonder if she had anything to say about meeting Doris.

Doris' top with the sparkle bows looks like the one she wore in Young At Heart.

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 16 Jul 2019, 13:08
by Peter Flapper
Hi all,

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1956 The Man Who Knew Too Much - Doris Day, James Stewart a.o.

Enjoy,

P

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 17 Jul 2019, 03:29
by Peter Flapper
Hi again,

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1965 The Man Who Knew Too Much on the set - James Stewart, Doris Day, Daniel Gelin & Alfred Hitchcock

Enjoy,

P

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 18 Jul 2019, 07:47
by jmichael
It's been several weeks since I visited the Photos section.

So many never seen before photos from Peter to savor! I don't think I can adequately express how much I appreciate your generosity by sharing them with us. Nor can I fathom how much time and effort it must take to locate them. Your contributions to the forum are immense. I hope you know how much we appreciate you.

Thank you, Peter!
Michael

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 18 Jul 2019, 08:02
by Johnny
These The Man Who Knew Too Much Doris photos are new to me.

Like Michael, I sincerely appreciate all your work in researching photos. You help make the DD Forum so enjoyable.

Thank you Peter!

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 18 Jul 2019, 11:42
by jmichael
I failed to mention Ania whose photos, videos and GIF’s are equally impressive. Thank you Ania for the many wonderful photos that you’ve posted on the forum.

Michael

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 22 Jul 2019, 05:03
by Peter Flapper
Hi all,

Thanks for all your nice reply's and Ania for your great photo's.
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1950 The West Point Story - James Cagney, Doris Day a.o.
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1955 Love Me Or Leave Me - Doris Day, James Cagney a.o.
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1956 Doris Day
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1957 Teachers Pet - Gig Young, Doris Day & Clark Gable

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P

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 22 Jul 2019, 18:13
by Johnny
Love the photo of Doris and James Cagney. They look so happy. Look at the look on his face. All the photos are great. Thank you Peter.

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 24 Jul 2019, 07:02
by Peter Flapper
Hi Johnny,

Your always so nice in your comments. Thank you!
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1964 Do Not Disturb - Rod Taylor, Doris Day a.o.
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1972 Premier: "Last Tango In Paris" - Doris Day & Billy DeWolfe
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1972 Premier: "Last Tango In Paris" - Doris Day & Billy DeWolfe
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1972 Premier: "Last Tango In Paris" - Doris Day & Billy DeWolfe

Enjoy,

P

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 24 Jul 2019, 07:14
by Peter Flapper
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1974 Doris Day

Enjoy your Day,

P

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 24 Jul 2019, 07:43
by Johnny
Hi Peter,
The Last Tango In Paris of Doris and Billy are new to me. I do recalling in Doris' book that Doris said Marlon should never have made the picture. Doris and Billy felt very embarrassed watching this film.

The Last Tango In Paris was released in December 1972. Billy died in March 1974.

I believe the photo of Doris in front of the microphones was taken after the successful lawsuit ruling against lawyer Jerry Rosenthal in her favour in October 1974. She was awarded $22.000.000.

Re: 2019 Doris Day pictures

Posted: 24 Jul 2019, 10:25
by jmichael
Peter,

Thank you very much for the rare red carpet photos from the Last Tango In Paris premiere. They are new to me.

Regardless of what one thinks about the film or Brando, it's remarkable that Doris attended this event. She really opened up after Marty died and her TV series wrapped. She never seemed quite so womanly or sensual as she did in the mid seventies.

Bravo, Peter!
Michael