Home Celebrity Happy Birthday, Doris Day, Still America’s Sweetheart

It’s Doris Day’s birthday. I think she’s 88. On the phone she sounds like springtime. I had the great honor of interviewing her for Parade magazine last winter, one of the few interviews she’d done in years. I still can’t get over it. Here’s the link: http://www.parade.com/celebrity/celebrity-parade/2011/12/doris-day.html. No one realizes how important Doris is to the history of film and pop music. I do hope the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will do the right thing this coming year and give her the Lifetime Achievement Award. Miss Day does not like to fly, but she might make the exception. I’ll be she would tape something for them at her home in Carmel. But just watch “Love or Leave Me” or “The Man Who Knew Too Much” or any of her comedies from the late 50s and early 60s. She is brilliant. You can buy her new album and read all about her animal rights foundation at www.dorisday.com.

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  1. Happy Birthday Doris Kappelhof I was 14 years old and seen you on the big screen and fell in love with you, I did not understand the words, you where singing but I knew the songs and made believe I could speak English, when I was 19 I moved to The U.S.A. 1956 You are a person that this country can be proud off, and of
    course the whole world You gave us enjoyment with laughter and your beautiful voice , the strengt you have shown us, a lover off little bests thank you for being you, all my best Zwaantje Broking

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