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I Forgot About Doris Day's Birthday-April 3rd!!!!


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ILRM, ILRM, ILRM...how could you? Especially after that "foursome" thread? :)

TCM showed five Doris movies on the daytime schedule yesterday, including Young at Heart, with Sinatra.

(Shirley Jones was the day before, btw.)

You might want to visit the long thread for Doris in the "Your Favorites" forum here:

 

http://forums.tcm.com/jive/tcm/thread.jspa?threadID=111586&tstart=0

 

and Medusa did a birthday piece in Movie Morlocks blog here:

 

 

http://www.moviemorlocks.com/blog?action=detail&entry_id=8a25caac19165d9401191783a8bf0002

 

I usually wouldn't pay much attention to birthdays, but Celluloid Kid's birthday posts, or others. and TCM birthday tributes give an opportunity to focus on one's person's work. Sort of Star of the Day.

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*tonight* at midnight, *The Tunnel of Love* (1958).

during the Richard Widmark tribute. Widmark, Doris Day and Gig Young, Directed by Gene Kelly.

I find this combination hard to imagine but I'm looking forward to it.

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> {quote:title=rainingviolets21 wrote:}{quote}

> Happy Birthday Dodo ~ wish you had made more movies with Sinatra...

 

 

I second the motion!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love Doris and I love Frank!

 

I loved "Young At Heart" (although I will admit I started crying when I thought Sinatra had died!) (I NEVER cry during movies!!!!) They were both superb! Although I almost wish they had a chance to do a more light-hearted movie together! Maybe replacing Debbie Reynolds in "The Tender Trap" would have been cool!

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