The iconic actress and singer turns 97 April 3. Here’s a look back at some of her many movies. Talk about a leading man bonanza: She’s worked with Rock Hudson, Brian Keith, James Garner, Cary Grant and James Stewart!
Doris Day, Rod Taylor, The Glass Bottom Boat (1966) | The Films of …
The picture is very funny and imaginative, thanks to the wacky but creative mind of director Frank Tashlin, veteran of Jerry Lewis movies and the director of such …
On Moonlight Bay (1951) Opposites attract in this World War I-set comedy-musical romance when high schooler Marjorie (Day) falls for a college student (Gordon MacRae).
April in Paris (1952) Day plays a chorus girl who gets invited — in a case of mistaken identity — to Paris and falls for the befuddled bureaucrat (Ray Bolger) responsible for the mix-up.
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) Day starred alongside James Stewart in this thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Pillow Talk (1959) A telephone party line leads to romance for Jan (Day) and Brad (Rock Hudson).
Lover Come Back (1961) An ad exec (Hudson, again) woos his competitor (Day) in an attempt to steal her account.
Move Over, Darling (1963) Ellen (Day) returns after being lost at sea, only to discover that her husband (James Garner) has remarried.
With Six You Get Eggroll (1968) In her 39th and final film, Day plays a widow who falls in love with a widower (Brian Keith), but their kids aren’t happy with the newly blended family.
See the Planet Like NeverBefore
It took four years and more than 600 crewmembers to film the new eight-part Netflix series Our Planet (April 5), narrated by
The eye-opening look at the natural wonders of our world visits never before-filmed locales on all seven continents, exploring their remaining wilderness areas and animal inhabitants. “We show the audience things they’ve never seen before,” says executive producer Alastair Fothergill. “I hope they take away an urgent message that our planet is in our hands.”
Calamity Jane (1953) This rousing musical features Day as the fabled frontierswoman and won an Oscar for its song “Secret Love.”That Touch of Mink (1962) Philip (Cary Grant), a rich businessman, wants to have a discrete affair with Cathy (Day). But she’s a good girl saving herself for marriage.
He left out one of the Best, The glass bottom boat, I still have this movie which was done locally here in El Segunda plus.