Thanks for Pillow Talk, By the Light of the Silvery Moon, Calamity Jane, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Midnight Lace, kitten heels & the best blonde bouffant ever caught on film.
And plus, George Michael mentioned you in two songs. Therefore, you must be very important.
clicky-click HERE for my fave Doris.
7 thoughts on “D is for Doris”
I LOVE Doris Day movies!!! I would watch them over and over and over with my grandmother. Pillow Talk, Where Were You When the Lights Went Out (Hello Peter, so you're here…), Lover Come Back. Yes, love her 🙂
Me too! Isn't she a complete dream? Check this book out; it's way cute and full of Doris love: http://www.amazon.com/The-Thing-about-Jane-Spring/dp/0452287456/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1333543596&sr=1-2
She is my all-time favorite actress, and I especially love her comedies! Move Over, Darling and Please Don't Eat the Daisies are two of my favorite Doris movies. I also really like My Dream is Yours (which was on last night)! TCM is showing her movies all week, so I've been in hog heaven. 🙂
I love her too much, too. Her cute little walk and her feminine-yet-exasperated huffs. TMC is so good at featuring bday stars. I wonder what's on tonight!
I guess I must tune in to a Doris Day film now. Delightful little blog you have here!
ps~And when the moon and cupcakes are mentioned, everything else is magic. 🙂
Eating cupcakes under the moon…while watching a DD movie…that's my idea of bliss!
Love, love,love Doris Day. I remember her movies well. One of my favorites was Please Don't Eat the Daisies with David Niven. Great to meet you on the challenge.