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An interview with the author Pierre Patrick about his new Doris Day companion

An interview with the author Pierre Patrick about his new Doris Day companion

June 4, 2009 No Comments

‘Discovering Doris’ interviewed Pierre Patrick during the release of his book “A Beautiful Day:  The Doris Day Companion” (Pierre is pictured above at the 50th GRAMMY Awards). How did you discover Doris Day? I discovered Doris Day in the Hospital believe it or not. I spent the first 10 years of my life there and she […]

Life After Warner Bros.

Life After Warner Bros.

October 31, 2008 No Comments

Free from her seven year contract with Warner Brothers, Doris Day was finally able to consider tempting offers from other Hollywood studios; allowing the opportunity for husband/manager, Marty Melcher to attain producer credit on almost all her future movies… Fortunately, her first choice was a winner and there must have been no hesitation in accepting […]

Sound engineer Ted Carfrae talks about his work remastering Doris Day’s 1950s radio shows

Sound engineer Ted Carfrae talks about his work remastering Doris Day’s 1950s radio shows

October 20, 2008 4 Comments

Audio mastering engineer and multi-million selling producer Ted Carfrae talks about his work restoring Doris Day’s vintage radio shows from the 1950s. I’ve known the guys from Zone Records for many years, in fact they were one of my first clients ever when I had my studio in London’s West End. Since then, they have […]

An interview with Jim Pierson about his work on the Doris Day TV show DVDs

An interview with Jim Pierson about his work on the Doris Day TV show DVDs

October 11, 2008 2 Comments

Below is an interview with Jim Pierson, the man behind the many Doris Day TV show DVDs which you all have been enjoying over the last few years: How/when did you first discover Doris Day? I remember her television show as a kid in the 1970s and seeing her last movie in the theatres. What […]

The Songs from Doris Day’s Movies

The Songs from Doris Day’s Movies

August 31, 2008 No Comments

Romance On The High Seas (1948) I’m in Love It’s You Or No One Tourist Trade It’s Magic Put ’em In A Box, Tie ’em With A Ribbon [And Throw ’em In The Deep Blue Sea] Run, Run, Run Two Lovers Met in the Night My Dream Is Yours (1949) My Dream Is Yours Canadian […]

Doris Day’s Hollywood Co-stars

Doris Day’s Hollywood Co-stars

August 31, 2008 No Comments

Alan Hale Jnr. West Point Story (1950) Young at Heart (1954) Alice Ghostley With Six You Get Eggroll (1968) Barbara Hershey With Six You Get Eggroll (1968) Bernard Miles The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) Bill Goodwin It’s A Great Feeling (1949) Billy De Wolfe Tea For Two (1950) Lullaby of Broadway (1951) Brian […]

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An interview with the cabaret singer Craig Pomranz

An interview with the cabaret singer Craig Pomranz

December 30, 2007 No Comments

Below is an interview with the singer Craig Pomranz whose latest album “My Heart Don’t Skip A Beat” is available now. What inspired you to be a singer? I was a very shy child in elementary school, but when our music teacher decided to do a little concert and she asked all of us to […]

Doris Day’s unreleased 1980s recording sessions produced by her son Terry Melcher

Doris Day’s unreleased 1980s recording sessions produced by her son Terry Melcher

December 14, 2007 3 Comments

  During the mid-1980s, Doris Day returned to a recording studio for the first time in over a decade to do a project that was driven by her son Terry Melcher, along with his buddy Bruce Johnston (Terry’s former music partner in the early ’60s and a long-time member of The Beach Boys). The big […]

An interview with the American jazz singer Sue Raney about her Doris Day tribute album

An interview with the American jazz singer Sue Raney about her Doris Day tribute album

September 30, 2007 No Comments

I understand your new album “Heart’s Desire: A Tribute To Doris Day” is released on an anniversary year for you. What actually inspired you to start singing and how does it feel to now reach such a landmark anniversary? My mother was a singer and I had a great great Aunt that performed in German […]

American character actress Jackie Joseph reminisces about her good ole ‘Doris Day’ days

American character actress Jackie Joseph reminisces about her good ole ‘Doris Day’ days

September 10, 2007 No Comments

  The Los Angeles born character actress Jackie Joseph first worked with Doris Day, in 1968, on her final motion picture With Six You Get Eggroll. In 1971, Jackie then joined the 4th season cast of The Doris Day Show. Jackie began her entertainment career as a featured performer and singer in the Billy Barnes […]

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2017 Doris Day Calendar launched today – proceeds from sales benefit Doris’ Animal Charity!

Our 2017 Doris Day wall calendar is now available for pre-order! This is the 10th calendar which we have...

Doris Day’s 1950s musical delight ‘Love Me Or Leave Me’ débuts on Blu-ray!

Doris Day’s 1955 musical movie ‘Love Me or Leave Me’ co-starring James Cagney has been meticulously restored by Warner...

Rare Doris Day footage to feature in New Rose Marie Documentary

A Kickstarter campaign is now under way for a new documentary about American star Rose Marie (aka Myrna Gibbons...