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1. Motion Picture Herald Apr-Jun 1956

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... IF YOU LIKE BIG GROSSES, YOU’LL LIKE WHAT THIS ONE’S GOT-TO GET THEM! IT’S GOT TODAY’S RED HOT STARS GET IT AND GET YOUR BIG PLANS STARTED JAMES STEWART DORIS DAY THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH ...

2. Motion Picture Herald Oct-Dec 1952

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... II. GARY COOPER III. JOHN WAYNE IV. BING CROSBY V. BOB HOPE VI. JAMES STEWART VIII. GREGORY PECK IX. SUSAN HAYWARD VII. DORIS DAY X. RANDOLPH SCOTT MOTION PICTURE HERALD, DECEMBER 27, 1952 ...

3. Motion Picture Herald Oct-Dec 1951

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... II. MARTIN and LEWIS III. BETTY GRABLE IV. ABBOTT and COSTELLO V. BING CROSBY VI. BOB HOPE VII. RANDOLPH SCOTT VIII. GARY COOPER IX. DORIS DAY X. SPENCER TRACY MOTION PICTURE HERALD, DECEMBER 29. 1951 13 ...

4. Motion Picture Herald Apr-Jun 1955

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... ! —because this is a drama of real people, life-inspired! DORIS DAY as song-star Ruth Effing JAMES CAGNEY as "The Gimp" ...

5. Motion Picture Herald Apr-Jun 1956

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... . VistaVision and Technicolor PARDNERS Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis VistaVision and Technicolor ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH James Stewart, Doris Day. VistaVision and Technicolor ...

6. Motion Picture Herald Apr-Jun 1956

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... A Paramount Picture JAMES STEWART DORIS DAY THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH The nation’s new boxoffice champion “takes over No. 1 position with whopping trade!” reports Variety’s coast-to-coast survey. And Variety headlines it the leader in key city after key city: “Socko- St. Louis!” “Boffo-Philadelphia!” “Huge-Boston!” “Whopping-Chicago!” “Stand-out-Buffalo!” “Great-Pittsburgh!” And ...

7. Motion Picture Herald Apr-Jun 1955

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... —a novelty for biographical movies. Under director Charles Vidor, Doris Day and James Cagney give dazzling perform- ances as the mismated pair.” Typical of LOOKs dramatic photo captions: % "I’ll kill you if I ever catch you hanging around her!” The "Gimp” (James Gagney ...

8. Motion Picture Herald Oct-Dec 1956

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... II 'i yourse Jbby f rarr,eS ’ DORIS DAY WINS "STAR OF STARS” AWARD IN MODERN SCREEN MAGAZINE ★ See her in JULIE « 99 Arwin Production — M-G-M Release KIRK DOUGLAS WINS BEST PERFORMANCE AWARD IN MODERN SCREEN MAGAZINE For M-G ...

9. Motion Picture Herald Apr-Jun 1955

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... —you’d pick the life- inspired story of song-star Ruth Etting. M-G-M picked it and it’s a winner! "Love letters to M-G-M’s Love Me Or Leave M.e’ a Doris Day-Dream’’ -Walterwinchell {Available in Magnetic Stereophonic, Perspecta Stereophonic or 1-Channel Sound) ...

10. Motion Picture Herald Jan-Mar 1954

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... * in every corner of the land right up to and including the opening! And the happy, happy music hits the air-waves way in advance, with more top tunes than any Doris Day picture before! STARS L/Ul\IU L/nl I lUULIl I \J\J If I If 111 ...