Letters from a Hill Farm
Dear Nan,I love Doris Day! Didn't you love watching her in her movies when you were a kid?I did a post about her titled "Doris Day and Dog in Sunbeam". (From a while back). Kay
Me too! And I still do.
Lovely song. The only movie of hers I've watched so far is Pillow Talk; she was a good leading lady in it. What other movies of hers do you recommend?
I haven't seen all of them by any means, but I do love the old Hitchcock movie- The Man Who Knew Too Much. Please Don't Eat the Daisies is a great favorite of my daughter and I. Young At Heart is more serious, and I thought she was wonderful in it, as was Sinatra. By the Light of the Silvery Moon and Moonlight Bay are great fun. And I liked April in Paris. She is most always cheerful - one of those 'can do' types. I really want to see more of her work.
Oh didn't we all wish we could BE Doris Day? I really enjoy the videos of old favorites like this! (Only recently -- maybe through your blog -- did I realize how many of these were available through YouTube.)I've been avoiding reading your book reviews for a while -- saving them on my Reader -- because I already have most of the books in queue on my Kindle.
Yes! I was just writing to HKatz of her cheerfulness and 'can do' attitude. Very inspirational. I didn't know they were on You Tube. Thanks!!It pleases me that you are interested in the books I write about. Thank you for saying so.
I never get tired of seeing Doris Day, Nan. Thanks for a bit of April in Paris.
She could really tell a whole story in her singing. Wonderful singer and actress. I admire her so much.
I am really going to try and respond to your comments as soon as they come in! I'm so grateful for your notes.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.