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Movie Legends - Doris Day (Finale)

Appeared in 39 films and ranked as the biggest box-office star between 1960 and

♪ THERE'S A RISING MOON FOR EVERY FALLING STAR ♪ ~ Doris Day - from movie clips of "Young At Heart" - this is a nice song! Favorite of mine (movie and songs)

♪ THERE'S A RISING MOON FOR EVERY FALLING STAR ♪ ~ Doris Day - from movie clips of "Young At Heart" - this is a nice song! Favorite of mine (movie and songs)

Doris Day and John Raitt singing a horribly cheesy but absolutely adorable song in Pajama Game

Maybe my favorite song of all time? Doris Day & John Raitt - There Once Was a Man

Doris Day sings "Possess Me" in the movie, "Pillow Talk"

From "Pillow talk" -- When body language, a song and a lack of dialogue make up for a perfect scene. Doris Day & Rock Hudson are my idea of perfect couple.

Doris Day - I'm Not At All in Love (The Pajama Game)

Doris Day sings "I'm Not At All in Love" from the 1957 musical The Pajama Game starring Doris Day and John Raitt.

Sometimes I think I've found my hero But it's a queer romance. All that you need is a ticket! Come on big boy,  Ten cents a danceTen cents a dance, Pansys and rough guys Tough guys who tear my gown.

Singer: Doris Day Song: Ten Cents a Dance Movie: Love Me or Leave Me Year: 1955 Lyrics: Ten cents a dance that's what they pay me, gosh, how they weigh me do.

Doris Day - Que Sera Sera, via YouTube.

Another great, fun, and catchy song! Doris Day - Que Sera Sera - won the Academy Award in 1956 from the movie Hitchcock film, The Man Who Knew Too Much

Tea for Two - Doris Day and Gordon MacRae (Movie Clip) 1950

Tea for Two is a 1950 American musical film directed by David Butler.

▶ Doris Day - I'll never stop loving you - YouTube

I love Doris Day! Beautiful, talented, classy, and compassionate :) "I'll Never Stop Loving You"

Doris Day, Gordon MacRae and Jack Smith ride a bike.

Doris Day, Gordon MacRae and Jack Smith ride a bike. Movie, "On Moonlight Bay," Warner Brothers, 1951

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