R.I.P. Doris Day

by smiddy3 10 Replies latest social entertainment

  • smiddy3

    Today 14/05/2019 I hear that Doris day has passed away.

    At 97 years old ? what memories I have of her and her movies ,she was quite versatile in whatever role she took .

    Comedy , musical ,drama ,over decades ,and by all apparent reviews she was a lady with a lovely personality .

    Che sera ,sera .


  • Still Totally ADD
    Still Totally ADD

    Yesterday at work I told a co-worker that Doris Day died. Being only 30 years old he never heard of her. I. was taken back a little that he never heard of her. So I sarted to sing her Que sera, sera what ever will be will be. Still he did not know her and all I could say was "boy am I getting old" lol. Her movies and singing was always a joy to watch and listen to. RIP Doris and thank you for such good memories. Still Totally ADD

  • blondie

    Oh, smiddy3, so many from my movies of my young years are dying. It reminds me that I am really growing older (better than the other I suppose). I loved that movie that she sang Che Sera Sera in. "the future is not ours to see"

  • Diogenesister

    My husband and I gave our 13 year old twins a full rendition of Doris Day favourites at dinner last night!( don’t know how much they appreciated it!)

    I was pleased to hear Calamity Jane was her favourite film at that she loved recording it....one of my absolute favourites too!!

  • eyeuse2badub

    Que Sera Sera is such a catchy song. No one sang it like the lovely Doris Day! I loved all of her movies.

    "The future's not ours to see"--I guess the wt never got that part of the song! lol

    just saying!

  • smiddy3

    Didn`t the Catholic Church come out and denounce that song Che Sera Sera ? or was that an urban myth ?

    "Send Me No Flowers" was one of my favourite movies of her with rock Hudson & Tony Randall and not forgetting her role in the Alfred Hitchcok`s "the Man Who Knew Too Much"

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  • Finkelstein

    Very talented lady to be sure and I think a very kind and compassionate one.

    Glad she lived a long healthy life.

  • Brokeback Watchtower
    Brokeback Watchtower

    My earliest memory of Doris as a child:


  • nonjwspouse

    Some of my father's favorite movies were "send me no flowers" and "Pillow Talk". . He took the recording of the movies to his Drs, his nurses, many friends, and some others and asked them to watch it.

    Now that he has gone, I am reminded by some of those he gave the movies to, about how much they enjoyed it and were so glad my father gave it to them to watch.

    I adored Doris Day, movies and also her TV show.

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