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1. Screenland Jul-Dec 1948

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... Most refreshing new personality in a long time is delightful Doris Day—- a charmer, a deft comedienne, and how she can sing! Screenland Salutes Doris Day in "Romance on The High Seas Doris is a dainty dish, yes ...

2. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... The happiest period in Kirk's life is when he and Hoagy knock around together in "Young Man With A Horn," playing their own kind of music. When Kirk hits rock bottom and lands in a hospital, Doris Day and Hoagy stand by him, but he's too far gone to care what happens to him. ...

3. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... KIRK DOUGLAS UUREN BACALL DORIS DAY DIRECTED BY PRODUCED BY HOAGY CARMICHAEL • JUANO HERNANDEZ MICHAEL CURTIZ * JERRY WALD SCREEN PLAY BY CARL FOREMAN AND EDMUND H. NORTH • FROM THE NOVEL BY DOROTHY BAKER ...

4. Screenland Jul-Dec 1948

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... Uut M? Musicians, P/ease/ Doris Day, standout recording artist for Columbia, with the Page Cavanaugh Trio who appear with her in "Romance On The High Seas," sprightly musical. IF DORIS DAY never weeps again she has wept enough for a lifetime ...

5. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... . It's peaceful, but there's plenty to do. On one of their visits to Apple Valley, John Bob Hope and Doris Day on his popular radio show. Bob's in "Fancy Pants" with Lucille Ball. ...

6. Screenland Jul-Dec 1948

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... Stronger Grip Won't Slip Out G LIFE is just a bowl of bubbles—is the way Doris Day sings it! She bought a new house, so now her young son and mother can come West to live with her. Then her estranged hus- band (George Weidler ...

7. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... Warner musical, "Tea For Two," shows off talented Doris Day, comic Billy De Wolfe. her own. Prodded by friends Jane Wyatt and David Wayne, they decide to adopt a baby. The legal adoption is snafued, and the child they get from "black mar- ket" is also taken from them ...

8. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... . Gentleman With A Problem Cordon with Doris Day in his latest film, "The West Point Story." He had to lose 20 lbs. to get that cadet trimness. Gordon MacRae, whose real love is singing, does some serious thinking about his future as an entertainer GORDON MacRAE has set his sights ...

9. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... . His betrayal is complete when he turns to his beloved horn and finds he is no longer able to play. Doris Day, vocalist in a band Kirk's with, understands him and his love for his horn. ...

10. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... . There's nothing dire Beauticians would starve if they depended on Doris Day because she does her own hair and manicures. Ida Lupino buys her playsuits with the idea of combining them with old ones in her wardrobe ...

11. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... Doris Day, blonde star of "My Dream Is Yours," darkens her naturally good browline. Makeup is half of the means to lovely eyes, the rest is you T'S Spring again! There's a first shy peep of baby grass ...

12. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... Jack Carson, an agent, tries to help Doris Day, a struggling singer, get a break in "My Dream Is Yours," a sparkling Warner Bros, musical. In "South Of St. Louis," saloon owner and enter- tainer Alexis Smith holds her own with gun-run- ners and toughs, among whom is Zachary Scott ...

13. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... your *^ By Helen Hendricks Kirk Douglas, in "Young Man With A Horn," tells Doris Day what his music means to him. Young Man With A Horn Warner Brothers EXCELLENT in every which way is this film about a jazz musician, Kirk Douglas, and his driving need to play music the way he feels it rather than the way it's written ...

14. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... . Women in the preview audience of "Storm Warning" at a Glendale the- atre screamed with delight, "He's ter- rific!" They loved the chaos and emo- tional havoc he wrought with Ginger Rogers and Doris Day. "A real male, unbending, demanding, perhaps rough on women ...

15. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... . The day they shot the square dance sequence, by lunchtime everyone col- lapsed. Then — as nonchalant as you please, the calm and cool Coburn begged to do the dance again because he still felt he could—"do it better!" Doris Day was on the phone and talk- ing excitedly to her manager, Marty Melcher ...

16. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... . Doris Day started the melody department with "It's Magic." She was spectacular in a white gown trimmed in emerald green, set off by her blonde hair and a whizzer of a suntan. Jane Russell, in a strapless sorta burnt sugar colored satin number, surprised a lot of people by singing the winner, "Buttons And Bows ...

17. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... . If Milo Anderson created this exquisite wedding gown for Doris Day in "It's A Great Feeling." Rare lace and tulle make the gown, lilies-of-the-valley, the ball bouquet. 1G SCREENLAND ...

18. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... Warner musical, "Tea For Two." Dir. CI- che^' Enriched with Lanolin The spirit of Halloween overtakes Doris Day, now appearing in "The West Point Story." aunt, for Las Vegas. Tony Martin was lurjng even the nickel slot machine play- -ers away from their harmless pastime "th his crooning at the Flamingo ...

19. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... ." Hanley Stafford, S. Z. Sa- kall and Gene Nelson are all in the plot to keep Doris Day from learning about her mother in "Lullaby Of Broadway," Warner musical. officers: Jack Webb. Eddie Albert and Richard Erdman, lend an unsteady hand in trying to discover why a steam engine has no place in a subchaser ...

20. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... — he only has to Veronica Lake and Edward C. Robinson at dinner party at Stork Club in Manhattan. Doris Day of "West Point Story," with son Terry foil the rain with oil-skins. 16 Lately Paulette Coddard forsook Mexico, where she had spent so much time, to come to New York to see writer Cy Howard ...

21. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... —"How Many Tears Must Fall"—and flows like the Thames itself. (Victor) Doris Day-Buddy Clark —Just like a Screenland 51 ...

22. Screenland Jul-Dec 1948

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... . "Oh, that's Marilyn Maxwell with so-and-so." It makes no difference that it might be Doris Day, Martha Vickers or Lady Mendl. They've said it and that makes it so. Another reason is due to press-agent dream-ups ...

23. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... . There's "I Love You" by Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, Al Jolson. Jo Stafford; "Let's Take An Old Fashioned Walk" by Perry, Frank and Doris Day, Dick Haymes, and Maggie Whiting—all on their re- spective labels, of course ...

24. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... ." Storm Warning Warner Brothers VISITING her sister, Doris Day, in a small Southern town. Ginger Rogers is an unintentional eyewitness to a cold- blooded lynching by a band of Klu Klux Klanners. Doris' husband, Steve Coch- ran, is one of the hooded murderers, but because Ginger fears her sister's life will be ruined, she withholds all the informa- tion from county prosecutor Ronald Rea- gan ...

25. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... . Lullaby Of Broadway (Technicolor) Warner Brothers PLEASANT enough musical starring Doris Day, who comes to New York to pay a surprise visit on mother Gladys George, a famous Broadway star whom Doris hasn't seen in many years ...

26. Screenland Nov 1936 - Apr 1937

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... . Just as Mervyn LeRoy, who doesn't look a day over twenty-five, even with his new honors of producer- director resting modestly on his shoulders, is more than "just another Hollywood director," so is Doris Warner LeRoy more than "just a director's wife ...

27. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... . a hot item on any cafe's menu. Jane Wyman and Greg Bautzer are making a lot of people wonder whatever happened to the Bautzer-Ginger Rogers romance. Guess it'll be April wedding bells for Doris Day and Marty Melcher ...

28. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... . Honeymooners Doris Day and Marty Melcher. They were quietly wed at Burbank City Hall. Arlene Dahl and Lex Barker at their wedding reception. They honeymooned in Europe. When Lana Turner s not at home now, Bob Topping doesn't need to get lone- some for her ...

29. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... . You're always "set" with De Long Hair Pins • Curl Setting Pins'Safety Pins* Hooks and Eyes* Snaps'Pins'Hook and EyeTapes«Sanitary B'jlts 14 Doris Day is comforted by husband Steve Cochran, after Ginger Rogers, her sister, exposes him as a member of a hooded gang involved in a killing in "Storm Warning," Warner film ...

30. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... "—coupla fine fizzin' instru- mentals. (Victor) . . . BEST IN THE NEST DORIS DAY—"Someone Like You" (Columbia ) JOHNNY DESMOND—"These Will Be The Best Years Of Our Lives" (MGM) STAN KENTON—"How Am I To Know" (Capitol) FRANKIE LAINE—"Rosetta" (Mer- cury ) HARRY JAMES—"Redigal Jump" (Columbia ) TONY PASTOR—"Grievin' For You" (Columbia ) LOUIS JORDAN ...

31. Screenland Jul-Dec 1948

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... . It's about a young married couple (Janis Paige and Don DeFore) who suspects each other of infidelity and set about to spy on the other only to find out they're all wrong. The detective (Jack Carson), whom the husband hires, meets the girl (Doris Day ...

32. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... ) Warner Brothers SHOULD suit everyone to a 7 1 what with being a lighthearted musical that sports such favorites as Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Eve Arden, Billy De Wolfe and S. Z. Sakall. Doris' guardian, Cuddles Sakall, loses much of her mil- lions for her during the 1929 stock mar- ket crash ...

33. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... . A superb thriller with a constant barrage of heavy suspense. On Moonlight Bay (Technicolor) Warner Brothers tJNTIL Gordon MacRae appears on ) the scene, Doris Day is a tomboy who prefers sliding into home rather than opening one ...

34. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... . It's A Great Feeling Warner Brothers (Technicolor) YOU can say that again, and probably will after you take in this nifty musicomedy starring Jack Carson, Den- nis Morgan and Doris Day. Of course, there's a plot ...

35. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... ! And Doris Day was scared to death when she heard Gordon MacRae's kids had the measles. D. and G. are in "Tea For Two" together and Doris figured she might carry this ornery disease back to her young son. Gordon's purty wife, Sheila, who gave up her own career when they were mar- ried, is about to launch into the pro- duction field with Joy Orr, daughter of Joan Fontaine and Dana Andrews just before a ...

36. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... "—Johnny Mer- cer and Wingy Manone (Capitol) "Perfume Set To Music" (Victor Album ) "How High The Moon"—Gene Krupa ( Columbia ) "My Darling, My Darling"—Doris Day and Buddy Clark (Columbia) "Harlem Holiday"—Stan Kenton (Cap- itol) "A Foggy Day"—Mel Torme (Mu- sicraft) "Say It Isn't So"—Dick Haymes (Decca ) "Suddenly It Jumped ...

37. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... ! Cathy Clayton Richard Todd's used to shocks, but his sudden fame really startles him "I'm Not The Husband Type" Mary Jane Manners "Perhaps it is because I don't want to be possessed," says Steve Cochran Men Who've Meant Something To Me Doris Day "/ think a woman reHects the influences of the men who have crossed her path" How To Pick A Husband Reba and Bonnie Churchill This is how lovely ...

38. Screenland May-Oct 1928

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... . She had driven herself and her escort down in her little roadster. Doris Kenyon looked bloomingly beautiful in a pale yellow sports suit and hat, with a little bouquet of blue flowers on her coat. She told us that her baby had been a year old the day before ...

39. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... ! (Mercury) Doris Day —"Bluebird On Your Window- sill" and "The River Seine." Couple of mediocre tunes by Dodo with perform- ance much better than the material. That's the measure of an artist—to rise above your song—as Dodo does here ...

40. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... —There's oodles and buckets of chime time cookies—to go THE SWEETS CO. OF AMERICA, INC. • HOBOKEN, N. J.: witli your egg nog . . . DORIS DAY— "Here Comes Santa Claus" and "Old Saint Nicholas." . . PEGGY LEE— "The Christmas Spell" and "Song At Midnight ...

41. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... . I grant you I have no children yet, but I have friends who have, and I've been able to Co-stars Jack Carson and Doris Day on the set of "My Dream Is Yours." observe that there is a serious problem here ...

42. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... ) Peggy Lee and Dean Martin —Capi- tol's answer to Doris Day and Buddy Clark gets off on "You Was," which Vic Damone and Patti Page did on Mercury, and they make a nice duo. But who couldn't sing next to Peg ...

43. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... . Doris Day uith Jack Carson. Corinne Calvet and her husband, John Bromfirld. Barbara Lairrence with Turhnv Bey. and the Mark Stevens. For an hour they cruised above Los Angeles and. the ocean sunset and everyone had a wonderful time kidding about the sen- sation . As Bichard Ney ...

44. Screenland Feb-Oct 1949

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... " (MGM) PEARL BAILEY and HOT LIPS PAGE—"Baby It's Cold Outside" and "Hucklebuck" (Harmony) DORIS DAY—"It's A Great Feeling" and "Cafe Rendevous" (Columbia) 53 ...

45. Screenland Jul-Dec 1948

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... . Put the question to him—and Howard lights a cigarette! There was a red head with him one night at Schwabs Drugstore There was a blonde, a brunette, a dinner with Doris Day, which was a publicity "date" for a Beverly Hills restaurant ...

46. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... . So, he produces and directs the annual West Point musical show, stars MacRae, and spends a good deal of time trying to win the cadet over. When this fails, Cagney enlists the as- sistance of Doris Day, a famous movie star ...

47. Screenland Nov 1949 - Oct 1950

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... . . . "I'll Never Slip Around Again" and "Game Of Broken Hearts" by Doris Day for Columbia . . . "Fairy Tales" and "I Got- ta Have My Baby Back" by the Mills Brothers and Ella Fitzgerald for Decca . . . "Fargo Fanny" and "What Fer Didja" by Dorothy Shay for Columbia ...

48. Screenland Jul-Dec 1948

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... ." And Beryl for me and you. Oh, such tasty sips from those pretty lips. (Victor album P 201) DORIS DAY AND BUDDY CLARK: M-m-m, strawberries! Dodo— I mean "Sparkle Plenty," and the "Bari- tone Lark" together for the price of one ...

49. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... ) 35 More Fun Than Singing Lessons (Doris Day) 38 Spare Time Career For Gene (Gene Tierney) 42 Gables On Location (Clark Gable) 44 Sckeenlanu Salutes Arthur Kennedy 50 King Cotton's Court 48 Looking Ahead Elizabeth Lapham 52 Easy On The Feet, Easy On The Eyes i ...

50. Screenland Nov 1950 - Oct 1951

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... (Doris Day) 38 Spare Time Career For Gene (Gene Tierney) 42 Gables On Location (Clark Gable) 44 Sckeenland Salutes Arthur Kennedy 50 King Cotton's Court 48 Looking Ahead Elizabeth Lapham 52 Easy On The Feet, Easy On The Eyes ...