doris day s first singing hit was the 1945 smash sentimental journey she found her greatest hollywood success
Doris Day's first singing hit was the 1945 smash “Sentimental Journey.” She found her greatest Hollywood success in slick, stylish sex comedies, beginning with 1959′s “Pillow Talk” opposite Rock Hudson. Day has died at age 97.
today we re remembering the life and work of doris day day was a singer and an actress who appeared on televis
Today we're remembering the life and work of Doris Day. Day was a singer and an actress who appeared on television and film, including memorable roles in Hitchcock’s "The Man Who Knew Too Much" and in romantic comedies with Rock Hudson and James Garner.
can t wait to show pillow talk guest jeff smith and i will be talking about all things rock hudson amp doris d
Can't wait to show PILLOW TALK! Guest Jeff Smith and I will be talking about all things Rock Hudson & Doris Day, stylized glam, the changing archetype of the mid-century modern woman, and the rom-com revival ☎️ June 13 6:45PM 🎟Details + tickets:
when rock hudson was dying of aids doris wanted him on her tv show this was the 80s people were scared of sayi
"When Rock Hudson was dying of AIDS, Doris wanted him on [her TV show]. This was the '80s. People were scared of saying the word, let alone touching anybody with AIDS. And there she is on camera hugging her friend, because that's all that mattered to her."
doris days saccharine cycle of 1950s comedies with rock hudson belied a versatile performer who had savvy spun
"Doris Day’s saccharine cycle of 1950s comedies with Rock Hudson belied a versatile performer who had savvy, spunk and sorrow – which made her a mould-breaking Hitchcock heroine." - Read @SightSoundmag's farewell to Doris Day