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1. Variety February 1950

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... DORIS DAY WARNERIROS. ■URBANK. CALiP. ...

2. Variety Jun 1948

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... Wednesday, June 16, 1948 IT "lt*s riotous! Tip-top Doris Day brilliant, and something new and special p. da/i/ ^* . In every detail reminiscent V of the top filmusicals for which / V Warners are famed VUoxoffice "Will have them buying heavily ...

3. Variety March 1954

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... li Wednesday* March 17,, 1954 / / r from the\ _^ Warner Bros. Picture LUCKY ME ## cfarrin® DORIS DAY 'i _ ern BiMeithm SECRET LOVE! B/W THE BLUE BELLS OF BROADWAY WARNER BROS., MUSIC DIVISION M. WITMARK & SONS 488 Madison Ave ...

4. Variety January 1951

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... . She is now being starred with James Cagney, Doris Day, Gordon MacRae and Gene Nelson in “THE WEST POINT STORY” I ...

5. Variety Apr 1948

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... —^Capitol VIC DAMONE—Mercury SARAH VAUGHAN—Musicraft DORIS- DAY^-Columbia M. Witmark & Sons Recorded by: DICK HAYMES Decca TONY MARTIN-^VIctor DORIS DAY—Columbia GORDON MacHAE—Capitol BUDDY KAYE TRIO—MGM VIC DAMONE-UWercury SARAfi VAUGHAlMU-Musicraft Remick Music Corp. PlTlliHB ...

6. Variety November 1954

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... Nobody knew what a guy like Barney would do next- and she didn’t care- just sensation-role for the new Sinatra -bringing love in his way to Doris Day own in the ever Xmas-presented by WARNER BROS. V Doris and Frank Sing ...

7. Variety January 1954

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... . Mgr. ADVANCED MUSIC CORP Monroe Golden Prof. Mgr. Watch for a great, new score from the Warner Bros. Picture "LUCKY ME" Starring Doris Day, Robert Cummings Phil Silvers JACK McCOY Standard Exploitation WA OS ...

8. Variety December 1951

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... y mi CAVALCADE — By LOUIS SOBOL- • ..Previewed •Til See You In My Dreams,'* the story based on Songwriter Gus Kahn's career, starring Doris Day and Danny Thomas * A finer pleture has never come out of Hollywood. < y-i ...

9. Variety September 1950

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... Wednesday, September 13, 1950 )bu ougMcl know buk,. JMj/ 3ll Weflf* to S6S Warners' 'Tea fo^niwd Starring DORIS DAY • GORDON M*RAE •'•oiUrrlni lx/ . - IcrHR P1*V by HARRYCLOAK toffHtid ky tba fin "Na, Ha, ManaNa" ty frank MmM, kl GENE . . RATRICE tVC . U.Y . ». Z ...

10. Variety May 1952

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... £*., y/v'A 'm CHM ftp arnerIolor •* * ZC.f'A Sis • Jt'&il* * £$£' THE DESERT SONG Is* , v the man behind the gun THE JAZZ SINGER KATHRYN GORDON COLOR RY ECHNICOLOR it m*R RY ECHNICOLOR % $ m.:z% w* SIGMUND ROMBERG'S GLORIOUS MUSIC PATRICE WYMORE DICK WESSON PHILIP CAREY DORIS DAY DANNY THOMAS ...

11. Variety May 1952

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... *•,',** ■ FLAGS : Plfc WILL BE FLYING AT THE ( VkMDoris Day* Ronald Reagan m... AND AS ihe ...

12. Variety February 1950

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... Wednesday) Fcbtuary 15, 1950 V- Ray Anthoiiy Jah August Pearl Railey Tex Beueke Capitol Records Mindy Garson Roseniary Clooney Columbia Records Perry Coiiiu Xavier Cugat Vic Damone Doris Day Decca Records jimmy ...

13. Variety Mar 1949

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... POWDER YOUR FACE WITH SUNSHINE By CARMEN LOMBARDO - STANLEY ROCHINSKI "^Citr^e.i ;.V - EVELYN KNIGHT -Deccal • SAMMY KAYE (Victor! • DORIS DAY & BUDDY CLARK iColumbia! • BLUE BARRON (M-G-M, OEAN MARTIN iCopitoD ...

14. Variety January 1951

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... "'* • * • • _ Lombardo Dacca Lynn London Straeter Vic Damona Mercury '.Vaughn Monroe VicMr • • * Associated-. Monica Uvri* p. V/. IW ••••••■ Lombardo “■■'■'.Russ Morgan ;■ Al D'Artega L.ng-V/ortb • “ '' Tay'or .Doris Day ,- Columbia ...

15. Variety January 1951

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... Wednesday, January 3, 1951 Forly-fifth J^^RiETY Anniversary iiL' *.% •< vXs;»ss:.>' ONLY THE VALIANT GUGiBi nti' uiHU nnON WARD BOND*616 YOUNG* LON CHANEY A WILLIAM CAGN EY PRODUCTION \ / LULLABY OF BROADWAY COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR DORIS DAY• GENE NELSON •S.Z ...

16. Variety August 1950

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... Wednesday, August 16, 1950 (TARRING AtSO (TARRING IR TWO' DORIS DAY • GORDON M‘Rtt as a.S, m Screen Play by HARRY' CtORK Sum eitad by lb* Pley "No, No, Nanette*’ by frank MinM, Otto Warbach, Wnetnt Yaymana Produced by WILLIAM JACOBS ...

17. Variety May 1952

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... world’s toughest IV market —Los Angeles—7 stations. vut */ TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE! PHILHARMONIC AUD. LOS ANGELES ^ CAPACITY—2671 Paid Admissions FOUR WEEKS IN ADVANCE! 5 /A / PASADENA CIVIC AUDITORIUM. CAPACITY-3,000 Paid Admissions CfyfiCtJLla,/ICCE EDGER BERGEN, PEGGY IEE, LUCIIEE NORMAN, DORIS DAY, IPaJcG' i Td^ u n ...

18. Variety August 1950

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... 'XSi&Wt DOING THE JOB WITH PICTURES-NOT SLOGANS H , '**V EVE ARDEN HUMPHREY BOG.\RT MARLON BRANDO DAVID BRIAN JAMES CAGNEY WILLIAM CAMPBELL HELENA CARTER STEVE COCHRAN JOAN CRAWFORD DORIS DAY BILLY DEWOLFE KIRK DOUGLAS BETSY DRAKE ERROL FLYN N JOHN GARFIELD VIRGINIA GIBSON EDMUND ...

19. Variety Jan 1949

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... TOPS IN EVERY CLASS OF RECORD ENTERTAINMENT VOCALISTS Pearl Boiley ^ > Thelma Carpenter ..Doris Day . Janette Davit . Ton! Harper Beatrice Kay Mary Ann McCall Jane Russell Dorothy Shay Dinah Shore Kay Thompson VOCALISTS Buddy Clark Arlhwr Godfrey V Frank Sinatra ...

20. Variety Jan 1945

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... • "Streets of Paris" Hollywood Sixth Month EDDIE SOUTH "The Dark Angel of the Violin" . • Currently Club Bangazi Washington, D. C. i LIS MOWN and hit oraheitra with DORIS DAY BUTGH STONI • Currently Pennsylvania Hotel New York ANDY KIRK HIS CLOUDS OP JOY Theatre Tour JAN SAVITT and hit orcheitra Featuring BUDDY WELCOME HELEN WARREN ...

21. Variety July 1953

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... ’ starring Judy Garland; “Lucky Me” starring Doris Day; “Rear Guard” starring Guy Madison; the classic spectacle of “Helen of Troy”; the worldrrenowned stage hit, “Mr. Roberts”; and John Steinbeck’s current best-selling novel,“East of Eden ...

22. Variety November 1950

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... Gun' has a re- markable voice, with something of Doris Day, something of Jo Staf- ford, and a little of Dinah Shore, in her voice. The result is a wonder- . ■ . ^ ■ ful tonal quality allied to a mod- ern style ...

23. Variety May 1950

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... () 6 3 6 10 6 SAMMY KAYE .(Victor) “Wanderih’”—20^3680 8 11 PERRY G03IO ( Victor) “Hoop-Dee-Doo“—20-3747 ANDREWS SIS-G. JENKINS (D) 12A 14 “I Wanna Be Loved”—27007, 12B FRANK PETTY (M^G^M). “Rain”---10669 " ,. . . . . DORIS DAY (Columbia) t2C 3 “Bewitchedd”—38689 . . 13 ;DORIS' DAY (Columbia); “Hobp-Dee-Doo”—^38771 30 30 28 27 24 20 16 14 14 14 12 DORIS DAY ...

24. Variety May 1950

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... ’^—^53^- ^ERESA BREWER (London) “Music/Music, Miis!c“-^04 . ..; “^TOR YOUNGllb^^) “La Vie En Rose”^243t6 ,,. .>> . • MILLS BROS.-(Decca) . “Paddy’s Little Girl’'--24872 ; .. GORDON JENKINS (Decca) “Bewitched”—24983 AMES BiWS. (Goi^i' ''Sentimental Me”^60140 .. DORIS DAY (Columbia) “Enjoy. YourseU”—38709 .. SAMMY KAYE (Victor) “Wanderin’”—20-3680 ,. TONY MARTIN (Victor) “ThereV No Tomorrow”—^20-3582 SPIKE JONES ...

25. Variety January 1953

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... ’* — Starring Doris Day and Ray Bolger APRIL IN PARIS I'M GONNA RING THE BELL TONIGHT GIVE ME YOUR LIPS IT MUST BE GOOD I KNOW A PLACE THAT'S WHAT MAKES PARIS, PAREE Coming Soon—A Sensational Score from the Warner Bros ...

26. Variety January 1952

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... . The general standard of ail output on this par- ticular label has been amazingly and consistently high, and is win- ning acclaim for vocalists and ac- companying orchestras alike, the World over, prestige of names such as Doris Day, Tony Bennett, Rose- mary ClOoney, Frankie ...

27. Variety Nov 1937

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... Wednesday, Novfember 10, 1937 VARIETY IT Pat O'Brien Wayne Morris George Brent FRANK McHUGH • DORIS WESTON • Directed by LLOYD BACON Screen Play by Frank Wead, Warren Duff and Lawrence Kimble • From a Story by Frank Wead ...

28. Variety June 1950

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... (Decca) 12C 10 “Third Man Theme”—24839 SAMMY KAYE (Victor) 12D 14 “Roses”—20-3754 JAN AUGUST (Mercury) 12E .. “Bewitched”—5399 DORIS DAY (Columbia) 13A 12 “Bewitched”—38689 . .» KAY STARR (Capitol) 13B .. “Bonaparte's Retreat”—936 DORIS DAY (Columbia) 13C 18 “Hoop-Dee-Doo”—38771 •a m» 3 (8 5 | £ I 1 3 6 1 5 .. 9 6 1 3 77 3 5 4 7 ...

29. Variety September 1954

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... . . m I UNDERSTAND JUST HOW YOU FEEL DREAM IFiaures in parentheses indicate number of weeks 4444+4+4-f++444 444 4444444 44 4 + »44444»-++ +♦♦+•♦♦♦ Patti Page Les Paul-Mary Ford Vaughn Monroe Four Aces .... Doris Day ...

30. Variety December 1951

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... herself as ever , graced the backstage of r a musical, For Doris Day that was a natural, too. It’s a beautiful picture, but there was a scene in It tbst just about , singed my curls. It involved Patrice Wymore playing a Ziegfeld star. She was making a play for Gus as portrayed by Dahiiy Thomas, him- self performing a deft nipup* Her pitch for Kahn set up a lot of back- stage gossip. But he was no more ...

31. Variety July 1950

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... .. 7 8 5 5 2 4 3 6 69 14 .. 21 10 .. 51 .. 8 2 4 .... 6 3 8 .. 47 3 28 9 10 6 1 .. .. 1 27 1 . . 2 5 9 ,. 24 1 .. 2 ... .. 23 BILLY ECKSTINE (M-G-M) 8B 4 “My Foolish Heart”—10623A..... 8 3 DORIS DAY (Columbia) 9 11 “Hoop-Dee-Doo”—38771 MEL TORME (Capitol) 10 15 “Bewitched”—1000 ,. DORIS DAY (Columbia) 11 .. “Didn’t Slip, Pushed”—38818 3 .. RUSS MORGAN (Decca) 12 .. “Sentimental Me”—24904 GORDON JENKINS ...

32. Variety Dec 1948

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... 42 OBCHESTptAS-MUSIC VednesJay, December 22, 1948 Sinatra, Day-Clark Do Separate Diskings Of Lyrics, Backgrounds Columbia Records Corp. puUed :a reverse switcli in recoi-ding sides by Frank Suialra and Doris Day- Buddy Clark alter lifting of the ,: ban ...

33. Variety January 1953

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... repatriat- ing coin held abroad. As result of the deejay’s efforts and this type of importation Doris Day, Frankie Laine and Johnnie Ray have been “discovered” local- ly, and “Domino,” “Jealousy” and “Cry” are familiar numbers. “Jeal- ousy ...

34. Variety June 1950

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... ) 6C .. “I Wanna Be Loved”—10716 1 AMES BROS. (Coral) 7 TO “Sentimental Me”—60140. . . ... 5 KAY STARR (Capitol) 8 11 “Bonaparte’s Retreat”—936. GUY LOMBARDO (Decca) 9 15 “Third Man Theme”—24839 . . GORDON JENKINS (Decca) 10A 4 “Bewitched”—(24983) . . . . . . . .. 8 . . DORIS DAY (Columbia) 10B .. “Bewitched”—38689 . v. . . DORIS DAY (Columbia) 11 “Hoop-Dee-Doo”—38771 ........ PERCY FAITH (Columbia ...

35. Variety April 1954

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... . MAKE LOVE TO ME Jo Stafford Z ADI, ADIOS AMIGO 2. SECRET LOVE .., Doris Day DEADWOOD STAGE f 3. EASTER PARADE ............. i........ i.... .7. Liberace ,, THE ROSARY 44 4 . I SPEAK TO THE STARS ,-v Doris Day ...

36. Variety November 1954

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... ). Col’s new songstreSs,, Joan Weber* debuts auspiciously with this coupling. KITTY KALLEN ( Decca) DORIS DAY (Columbia) ... BABY BROTHER .....The Spirit of Christm READY, WILLING AND ABLE ... . Hold Me In Your Arms 'up'*with ...

37. Variety August 1949

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... ) THE HUCKLE BUCK IT HAPPENS EVERY SPRING Frank Sinairo 38486 (l-222’^) LET’S TAKE AN OLD-FASHIONED WALK JUST ONE WAY TO SAY I LOVE YOU Frank Sinatra and Doris Day 38513 (1-260*) AGAIN EVERYWHERE YOU'GO Doris Doy 38467(1.211 ...

38. Variety December 1952

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... " ;; ONCE TO EVERY HEART " <■ 2. JAMBALAYA Jo Stafford ’■ ;; early autumn ■ :> ” 3. MR. TAP TOE Doris Day " ;; YOUR BROTHER AND MINE ;• 4. YOU BELONG TO ME Jo Stafford V. PRETTY BOY \\ 5. HALF AS MUCH Rosemary Clooney ...

39. Variety April 1954

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... . SECRET LOVE Doris Day DEADWOOD STAGE CORAL 1. JILTED LE GRAND TOUR DE L’AMOUR 2. ISLE OF CAPRI BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON 3. BELIEVE IN MR Don Cornell LITTLE LUCY > 4. MAN WITH THE BANJO Lawrence Welk UNTIL SUNRISE 5 ...

40. Variety Jul 1946

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... . Robbins Reversing His Field, Back To 'Starting' Songs in Atlantic City CBS Builds Doris Day Doris Day, ex-vocalist with Les Brown's orchestra, will be the sub- ject of a concentrated buildup by CBS. Her initial chore is ...

41. Variety May 1950

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... . “Sun Don't Shine”—5306 ■ - TONY ^MARLIN 14A 15 /‘Valencia”—20-3755 DORIS DAY (Cdlunil)ial 14B 12 “Bewitched”-—38680 > y. ' - ^ AN AUGUST” Mercury)' .7.4. . 14C “Bewitched’^—5399 . DORIS DA^ (Cblunibia) 15A 14: “Enjoy Yourself”—38709 SAMMY KAYE (Victor)' 15B . ,, “Roses”—20-3754 BLU'E~BARRbN ■■ (M-G-M) 6 4 ^ .. 14C ■■ '1JA_^ 1 5 By ■ ■ 15C .. .:.y ... 25:' .. \ y:By..'4 2 7 14. .,. . :^.;'^ J3 ...

42. Variety March 1954

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... . Flip is another fine entry with a good lyric idea. Doris Day: "I Speak to. the Stars"-‘‘The Blue Bells of Broad- way" (Columbia). Doris Day has loved*’-"Lcft Me Tell- You About Louisa" (MGM). Dean Parker Is one of the crop of younger, vocalists who are aiming to make it with one big record ...

43. Variety September 1952

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... ) Bella Musica FRANKIE LAINE THE RUBY AND THE PEARL (Columbia) The Mermaid DORIS DAY-DONALD O’CONNOR NO TWO PEOPLE (Columbia) You Can’t Lose Me Weston’s colorful background should hold the mass impact ...

44. Variety August 1949

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... , bamone’s work on it is fair. Doris Day “The Last Mile Home”—“Land of Love” (Colum- bia). Miss Day’s “Last Mile” is every bit as good as Bing Crosby’s (Decca). A fine tune with cvery- version of “Dime A Dozen” so far. . . . Tommy Tucker also cut a saleable version of ...

45. Variety June 1949

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... ORrHESTRAJ^MVSIC 89 Jocks, Jukes and Disks By BERNIE WOODS Doris Day “You Shore cle” Dinah Shore ^ ^ n Have Hun « Dinuh ^Homework * (Columbia*. Columbia fme UP with a rare idea in coup- Artistically Misses Shore and Day on “You jocks there’s • Mercury ...

46. Variety June 1954

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... , what’s needed is more rock-ribbed rhythm crews like debut. “I Complained” is a dra- matic opus tailored for his big bari- tone pipes. It’s excellent material rating jock attention. .On the bot- tom deck, Rose tends to be slightly schmaltzy in his rendition of a La- tin-flavored item. Doris Day: “Someone Else’s Roses”-“Kay-Muleta” (Columbia ...

47. Variety November 1952

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... . Doris Day-Johnnie Ray: “Ma Says, Pa Says”-”A Full Time Job” (Columbia). * Johnnie Ray's change of pace on these light, cry-proof items should help lift him high on the bestseller lists again. He gets, of course.’ a major assist from Doris Day, who sells these sides with her flawless rhythm attack ...

48. Variety November 1952

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... ” in Dallas on his re- turn to Coast from his one-week run at the Capitol Theatre, Wash- ington^ "MUT A A FULL TIME JOB (Aouff-Roae)—An Eddy Arnold (Vic. ) gyyi» country hit now smashes into pop circles via the Doris Day~Johnnie Hay (Col.) release ...

49. Variety June 1952

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... . ’JFm Yours 4 4 PERCY FAITH (Columbia) Delicado 5 1 LEROY ANDERSON (Decca).. Blue Tango 6 .. ROSEMARY CLOONEY (Columbia) Half as Much 7 10 DORIS DAY (Columbia)...' A Guy Is a Guy a .. VEK& LYNN (London)...... Auf Wiedersehn Sweetheart 9 9 KAY STARR ...

50. Variety June 1949

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... . INC. Ifil# nroadwar N>w York It. N. T. B. CROSBY-E. KNIGHT (Decca* 12C 17 “ How It Lie s” 9 .. 4 9 DORIS DAY (Columbia* 12D . . “Again” 2 9 dTsHORE-B. CLARK ((’olumbia) 12E 9 “Baby. It’s Cold Outside” ^ 9 4 9 BING CROSBY ...