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Vintage Glamour Girls: Doris Day

Vintage Glamour Girls: Doris Day

Doris Day - Calamity Jane (1953) | musical | girl | gun | blase | firearm | cowgirl | desert ;)

Doris Day - Calamity Jane

Doris Day - Calamity Jane (1953) | musical | girl | gun | blase | firearm | cowgirl | desert ;)

Doris Day in her dressing room on the first day of shooting her first movie, “Romance On The High Seas”, 1948

Doris Day in her dressing room on the first day of shooting her first movie, “Romance On The High Seas”, 1948

Rock and Doris ~ Rock Hudson had expected to be cast as Philip in That Touch of Mink, but director Delbert Mann wanted Cary Grant.

The Movies of Doris Day and Rock Hudson

Rock and Doris ~ Rock Hudson had expected to be cast as Philip in That Touch of Mink, but director Delbert Mann wanted Cary Grant.

Doris Day- a little bit calamity, a little bit darling, a big bit adorable

Doris Day- a little bit calamity, a little bit darling, a big bit adorable

The dark days of Doris Day: The 'girl next door' had a dark side behind her squeaky clean public image

The dark days of Doris Day: The 'girl next door' had a dark side behind her squeaky clean public image

La question suave du jour : Doris Day doit-elle rougir de ses partenaires ?

La question suave du jour : Doris Day doit-elle rougir de ses partenaires ?

Doris Day from the film Caprice, 1967, with giant mod suglasses. This yellow and black and white outfit was surely part of the basis for 2003's memorable-yet-underappreciated, Doris & Rock-inspired film, Down With Love -- yellow and black and white coats with linings scene, anyone?

Doris Day from the film Caprice, 1967, with giant mod suglasses. This yellow and black and white outfit was surely part of the basis for 2003's memorable-yet-underappreciated, Doris & Rock-inspired film, Down With Love -- yellow and black and white coats with linings scene, anyone?

Doris Day, please don't eat the daisies One of my faves!

Doris Day, please don't eat the daisies One of my faves!

Doris Day (born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff; April 3, 1922) is an American actress, singer, and animal rights activist.  Doris Day starred in The Man Who Knew Too Much with James Stewart. She sang only two songs in the film, "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)", which won an Academy Award for Best Original Song and "We'll Love Again".

Doris Day (born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff; April 3, 1922) is an American actress, singer, and animal rights activist. Doris Day starred in The Man Who Knew Too Much with James Stewart. She sang only two songs in the film, "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)", which won an Academy Award for Best Original Song and "We'll Love Again".

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