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Sell This Version. Technicolor Production Album 3 versions. Columbia , Columbia , Columbia. Lullaby Of Broadway Album 8 versions. Columbia , Columbia. Production Album 3 versions. Doris Day And Howard Keel. Son Terry Melcher, who died in , is often mentioned in connection to the Manson murders, as Sharon Tate was killed in the house that he had been renting and he had met Charles Manson when he was an aspiring musician.
DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in motion pictures in and was awarded a lifetime achievement Grammy in , though she did not attend the latter ceremony.
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In , Day was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom; she opted not to attend the ceremony because of a fear of flying. For the same reason Day did not accept an invitation to be a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors, she said on her website. While Day was reluctant to speak to the press or travel to Los Angeles for appearances, she was not a recluse despite reports to the contrary.
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He was The plaque presentation celebrated a year of success for [ Politics and music are not such strange bedfellows in the Internet era, and this past week proved no exception. Of all the laws the president [ As the group celebrates its 50 th anniversary as a band, Aerosmith will be recognized for their philanthropic efforts [ In October of that year, Day seriously injured her right leg in a car accident and decided to concentrate on her singing career.
Day became a performer on local radio and then joined a swing band.
The bandleader feared that her last name was too long for a marquee, so he dubbed her Doris Day after a song of hers, "Day After Day. Day made her film debut in 's "Romance on the High Seas. Day dances with Gene Nelson on the set of the film "Tea for Two. Day performs in a scene from 's "Lullaby of Broadway.
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Day with her third husband and manager, Martin Melcher, outside his talent agency in Hollywood. Melcher died unexpectedly in , leaving Day in financial straits. Day sits on a fence with her son, Terry, in front of their home. Terry was her only child. Day and Rock Hudson in a scene from the film "Pillow Talk.
Day signs her name in wet cement next to her handprints in Hollywood. In , Day received two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame: one for music and one for film. Day poses during a scene from the film "Billy Rose's Jumbo.
In , young women from around the world competed in the International Doris-for-a-Day Look Alike contest. Day is third from left here with the top five finishers.perfcondystno.tk
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Day is dressed in a mermaid suit from the film "The Glass Bottom Boat" in Day reads a bedtime story during a scene from "The Doris Day Show" in Day starred in the TV sitcom from Day and her fourth husband, Barry Comden pose for a photo. The couple married in and divorced in Comden was her last husband.
Day and Clint Eastwood attend the Golden Globes in Her blonde good looks and smooth, velvety voice ensured that she quickly moved up the musical ranks. Brown said later, "I'd say that next to Sinatra, Doris is the best in the business on selling a lyric.
She received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in Her singing popularity led to a movie debut in in "Romance on the High Seas" and a contract at Warner Bros. Her early peak came in the Western musical "Calamity Jane. Day turned almost exclusively to comedies by the late '50s. In a review of her last film, 's "With Six You Get Eggroll," Vincent Canby summed up the critical attitude toward Day then, noting that there were "some hints of the very real comic talent that has, over the years, become hermetically sealed inside a lacquered personality, like a butterfly in a Mason jar.
She had a chance to change course when director Mike Nichols offered her the role of Mrs.
Robinson in "The Graduate," but the star wasn't interested. With his wife's film career in decline due to mediocre movies he initiated, husband Melcher began to explore options on TV despite her opposition. A perfectionist, Day feared the medium's quick production pace.