Doris Day

The effervescent 'girl next door', Doris Day is famous for her 50's and 60's comedies with Rock Hudson. A singer-actress, Ms. Day is most famous for her hit "Que Sera, Sera", a standard for contemporary artists. Her life, career, and achievements are discussed here

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What did Doris Day weigh when she made pillow talk?

125 lbs

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Who was Doris Day?

Doris Day was a movie and tv star of the 40's and 50's. Some famous roles she played were opposite Rock Hudson in "Pillow Talk".
DD is a brilliant actress in dramas and comedies - the top box-office female of all time.

She is one of the best singers and dancers. She recorded near 1000 songs by Columbia records and some other productions.

Her career as a singer began when she was 16 years old in 1938 with Barney Rapp orchestra. and ends 1n 1986 with her TV show Her best friends.

Day's most of 39 movies are musicals and comedies and she's known by her sunny

personality, although in real life she wasn't happy.

After leaving spotlights she devoted her life and love to animals, which never disappointed her, as she said, but she can't say the same for the people.

On TV run 5 years The Doris Day show, she made also two special.

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What actors hate each other?

Well Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra hated each other. When they worked together on "Guys and Dolls" - Sinatra couldn't stomach Marlon's multiple takes - literally so in the cheesecake sequence; while Marlon said of Frank "He's the type of guy that once he gets to heaven he'll give God a hard time for making him bald." Frank Sinatra nicknamed Marlon "Mr. Mumbles".

Sylvester Stallone and Richard Gere. It's even thought that Sylvester was the one who started the gerbil/hamster rumor.

Anthony Hopkins and Shirley MacLaine. Anthony said that working on a movie with her was the worst experience of his life and that she's an obnoxious, self-absorbed, intolerable prima donna.

Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie. Johnny thinks Angelina is full of herself and a prima donna. While Angelina found Johnny rather boring and was disappointed in his preparation for "The Tourist".

On the set of Star Wars Episode lll Revenge of the Sith, Natalie Portman was said to be a total diva. She was unbearable to everyone and came very close to being fired. Keira Knightly was approached and put on stand by in case they needed to fly her to Australia.

Kate Beckinsale and Luke Wilson. No details, sorry.

My favorite: Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Davis had no respect for Crawford, considered her a "glamor puss" who got by only on her looks and often made claims that she slept with pretty much anyone and everyone in order to advance her career (men and women, co-stars and crew). Crawford, bisexual, was apparently once in love with Davis who was very firmly straight. Davis rejected her, several times. And a few years later, Crawford married a man (this would be her second marriage) that Davis was desperately in love with. In one movie they did together, Davis kicked Crawford in the head (very much on purpose) so hard that Crawford needed stitches. To even the score, in a scene where Davis was to lift Crawford, Crawford wore a weight-lined belt, causing Davis to injure her back. Their rivalry was passionately bitter and years after Joan Crawford died, whenever he name was brought up, Davis would rant about her, and insult her. Though, the two women were actually very much alike. They both married four times, they both had a daughter that wrote a slanderous book about them, and they both disinherited their children.

I remembered answering this so couldn't help but come back and add this. I was doing a bit of research on "Hello, Dolly!" It turns out that Walter Matthau and Barbra Streisand fought bitterly during filming. He disliked her so much that he refused to even be around her unless it was for filming, and at the end of the film when the two kiss, he refused to do it. To get around this he leaned near her and the camera was positioned so that the angle makes it appear that he kisses her. He even reportedly told her that she had "no more talent than a butterfly's fart."

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What year did Doris Day die in?

She is still alive, however she does have a life threatening condition right now.

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How many days it took to film the famous train robbery scene for the movie sholay?

It took seven weeks to film

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What is Joanna Jagoda doing these days?

JOANNA N. JAGODA Practice Areas: Corporate and Real Estate, Employment, Securities Joanna Jagoda is an associate with Keesal, Young & Logan in ita Long Beach office. Since joining the firm in September 2003, Ms. Jagoda has been involved in defense of brokerage firms and brokers in cases involving customer complaints. She has worked on dozens of cases filed before securities arbitration forums, such as the NASD, the NYSE, the PCX as well as the AAA. Ms. Jagoda also has defended employers in state courts, in arbitration and before state agencies in employment cases involving discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, harassment, breach of contract, indemnification and various wage claims. Ms Jagoda regularly advises clients regarding compliance with employment laws, rules and regulations, harassment and discrimination investigations, hiring and termination issues, privacy issues, strategies for dealing with "problem" employees and the preparation of employment manuals and various agreements. Ms. Jagoda received her B.S. degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2000 and obtained her J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2003, where she graduated cum laude. While in law school, Ms. Jagoda was a member of the Pepperdine Law Review, where she also was its Literary and Citation Editor. Prior to joining Keesal, Young & Logan, Ms. Jagoda was a judicial extern for the Honorable Ronald S. W. Lew in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Ms. Jagoda has been a member of the California Bar since 2003. http://www.kyl.com/bios/jjagoda.aspx

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What ever happened to Sandra dee?

she died on the 20th Feb, 2005

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How tall is Doris Day?

5'6"

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Did marlon brando make a movie with Doris Day?

No.

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Did Doris Day have a black child?

Doris did not have a black child. She had only one child, Terry, fathered by her first husband, trombonist Al Jorden, and born on February 8, 1942. Terry was adopted by Doris' third husband, Martin Melcher, whose last name Terry took. All were caucasian.

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How old is Doris Day's son?

Actress/singer Doris Day's only child Terry Melcher was born on February 8, 1942 in New York. He died on November 19, 2004 in California.

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Is Doris Day still living?

Doris Day

Yes, she is still alive. She is 85 years of age. She was born on April 3, 1924.

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Is Doris Day still alive?

yes, she is still alive she is 85 years old

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Where does the saying 'Que sera sera' come from?

From Doris Day's lips when crooning the song and translating its title as Whatever will be will be. The notorious Dutch-Hungarian iconoclast and novelist Jan Cremer wrote an ode to her.

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How is Doris Day doing now Is she in good health?

Although well into her 80's, she is healthy and doing fine.

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Doris Day married to who?

Doris Day is currently single, she's been divorced since 1981.

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Where Doris Day and Rock Hudson married?

The actors themselves, never.

They did portray film CHARACTERS that, in the film, were married.

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Where did Doris Day son Die?

On November 19, 2004, Terry Melcher died at his home after a long battle with melanoma

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What are the Lyrics to song ca sara sara by Doris Day?

What Ever Will Be, Will Be

When I was just a little girl,
I asked my mother what will I be?
Will I be pretty, will I be rich?
Here's what she said to me:

Que sera sera,
What ever will be, will be,
The future's not ours to see,
Que sera sera

When I was at the age of 8
I asked my mother, what shall I try?
Should I paint picutres? should I sing songs?
This was her wise reply:

Que sera sera,
What ever will be, will be,
The future's not ours to see,
Que sera sera

When I grew up and fell in love,
I asked my sweetheart, what lies ahead?
Will we have rainbows day after day?
Here's what my sweetheart said:

Que sera sera,
What ever will be, will be,
The future's not ours to see,
Que sera sera

Now I have children of my own,
They ask their mother, what will I be?
Would I be handsome, would I be rich?
I tell them tenderly:

Que sera sera,
What ever will be, will be,
The future's not ours to see,
Que sera sera,
What will be will be,

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How did doris miller die?

he got shot in the arm and bleed to death

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Did Doris Day die this year 2011?

As of December 8th, not yet this year.

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Where did Doris Day die?

Doris Day is alive and well, running her Doris Day Animal Foundation, and her Inn called the Cyprus Inn in Carmel, California.

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What is the title of the song with the lyrics Que Sera Sera what ever will be will be the futures not ours to see?

Try looking up que sera sera. The title of the song is "Que Sera Sera" - "What Will Be Will Be" (in English) sung by Doris Day.

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Where does Doris Day live?

Doris Day lives at her home in Carmel Valley (south of San Francisco), California.

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Who was the bahamian Dame Doris Johnson?

Dame Doris Johnson, born 1921, and a teacher by profession, was the first Bahamian woman to be nominated to contest an election in the Bahamas. She was also the first woman to be appointed to the Senate, the first woman to be made a government Leader and President of the Senate, and the first woman to be made Minister of Government.

Like women such as Georgina Symonette, Mable Walker, Eugenia Lockhart, and Albertha Isaacs, among others, she was an early participant in the Women's Suffrage Movement of the 1950s in the Bahamas. This movement in the Bahamas had been founded by Mary Ingraham who became its first president.

Doris Johnson, with the help of the Progressive Liberal Party (which she joined in 1956), the Bahamian Federation of Labour and the National Council of Women which she helped to establish in 1958, mobilized the women suffrage movement into a fighting force. The vote for women was finally won in 1962. Males over 21 already had the franchise since 1959.

Johnson was nominated as a PLP candidate for the Eleuthra District in the 1962 elections, but withdrew from the race; but she contributed much to Bahamian social and political life until her death in 1983.

Source: Verene A. Shepherd, ed. Women in Caribbean History: The British-Colonised Territories. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 1999.

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