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1. Radio Mirror Jan - Jun 1948

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... . Backed up with "Forsaking All Others." Victor. DORIS DAY: Columbia's new thrush does a polka, "Poppa, Won't You Dance With Me?" and "Say Something Nice About Me." Answering the last statement we say Doris Day is okay. BUDDY CLARK ...

2. Radio Mirror Jan - Jun 1948

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... Parade of Hit Paraders: blonde Doris Day, shown with actor Michael North, was once Frank Sinatra's singing girl friend on his Hit Parade show (Sat., 9 EST, NBC). Now she's in movies; Beryl Davis sings instead ...

3. Radio Mirror Jul - Dec 1947

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... . vvcm By REN AIDEN Frank Sinatra heads the Hit Parade (9 to 9:30, Saturday nights, NBC), working with singer Doris Day, Axel Stordahl's orchestra. 1 IC DAMONE, the tall, Brooklyn-born baritone ' with the Latin look, has good reason to smile each time he recalls the swift flow of happy events that brought him out of an usher's uniform into the ...

4. Radio Mirror May - Oct 1937

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... . Use the coupon below. Radio Mirror retains no part of the payment, makes no profit; your order and pay- ment are forwarded to the proper authorities in Washington. Doris Day SUBJECTS COVERED How to Register Birth How Baby Should Grow Baby at Twelve Months Training of Baby Forming Life Habits Exercising Baby About Crying Sunbaths and Play Protection Against ...

5. Radio Mirror May - Oct 1937

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... . Radio Mirror retains no part of the payment, makes no profit; your order and pay- ment are forwarded to the proper authorities in Washington, Doris Day SUBJECTS COVERED How to Register Birth How Baby Should Grow Baby at Twelve Months Training of Baby Forming ...

6. Radio Mirror Jul - Dec 1947

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... : This little group is going places and their new Victor grooving of "Walkin' My Baby Back Home" and "Heartbreakin'" will win them new friends. FRANKIE CARLE: The nimble-fingered pianist has a new album, solo chiefly but with some rhythm assistance, wrapping up such tunes as "Stardust" and "Deep Purple" in his own inimitable style. (Columbia) DORIS DAY ...

7. Radio Mirror Jan - Jun 1946

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... : An infectious grooving featuring a sure-fire hit, "Come To Baby, Do" and some Harlem hash titled "Frim Fram Sauce" dished out with rousing rhythm. (Capitol) Les Brown (Columbia) also does a slick job with the former tune with some nice pleading by Doris Day. GENE KRUPA ...

8. Radio Mirror Jul - Dec 1947

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... . MEL TORME: The frog-voiced crooner gives a new treatment of "A Little Kiss Each Morning" and "One For My Baby" and the results are more interesting than melodic. (Musicraft.) LOUIS ARMSTRONG: The grand old man of jazz teams up with veteran Jack Tea- garden for a swell merger of "Rockiii' Chair" and "Jack Armstrong Blues." (Victor.) DORIS DAY ...

9. Radio Mirror Jan - Jun 1948

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... . Backed by "Come Back To Sorrento." DORIS DAY (Columbia)—The beautiful Doris lends charm to a silly ditty called "That's The Way He Does It." "Why Should We Both Be Lonely," on the reverse, is in perfectly good dance tempo. TONY MARTIN (RCA Victor ...

10. Radio Mirror Nov 1935 - Apr 1936

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... —otherwise, Elizabeth Day. Born in St. Paul, loved to act as a child, and started her career on the stage . . . Right corner, one amateur show winner who's tops now. Doris Wester stepped from Major Bowes' program last July to the Rainbow Room, swanky New York night-club ...