Doris Day in the Movies 3

May 19, 2020#1970

By the time 1951 rolled around, Doris Day was a full-fledged Hollywood star. The studio worked her hard, starring her in five movies in 1951 through 1953. Four of them were musicals. The fifth, “The Winning Team,” gave Doris the opportunity to show her newly developed drama talent as she played the wife of baseball pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander, played by Ronald Reagan. The other four movies were “Starlift,” “April in Paris,""By the light of the silvery moon” and “Calamity Jane.”


You’re gonna lose your gal — Day/Gordon MacRae

‘S wonderful

You ought to be in pictures

You do something to me

Ol’ Saint Nicholas

April in Paris

It must be good

I’m gonna ring the bell tonight

I know a place

That’s what makes Paris Paree — Day/Claude Dauphin

Your eyes have told me so — Day/Gordon MacRae

Be my little baby bumble bee — Day/Gordon MacRae/Russell Arms

Ain’t we got fun? — Day/Gordon MacRae

The Deadwood stage/Introducing Henry Miller

I can do without you — Day/Howard Keel

I just blew in from the Windy City

A woman’s touch — Day/Allyn Ann McLarie

‘Tis Harry I’m plannin’ to marry

The Black Hills of Dakota — Day/Howard Keel

Secret love

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