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Doris Day

R.I.P.

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Jeff  Male  East Sussex 13-May-2019 21:46 Message #4740131
Calamity Jane has always been one of my favourite films.

"Que sera sera" has always been one of my favourite songs, (although I disagree with the passivity of "What will be will be", and it was unsuitable for Alfred Hitchhock's thriller "The Man Who Knew Too Much").

Thank you, Doris Day, for the tremendous pleasure that you have given me, and numerous millions of others, for many years.
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warmundeft  Male  Wrexham 13-May-2019 23:00 Message #4740133
Saluté
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Andromeda  Female  Berkshire 14-May-2019 09:52 Message #4740137
A talented all-rounder who enjoyed a great career and lived to a fair age. RIP.
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mancers  Male  Greater Manchester 14-May-2019 11:56 Message #4740140
Que Sera Serra. Xx
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Mumsie  Female  Warwickshire 14-May-2019 13:55 Message #4740144
RIP to a grand lady
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joolsy  Female  Essex 14-May-2019 21:51 Message #4740161
Arrr that's so sad I loved Doris ... She had such a pretty smiley face .. And loved her song secret love ... Bless her .. Fly high Doris x
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leogirl  Female  Essex 15-May-2019 09:38 Message #4740169
Doris Day, as American as Apple pie. R.I.P.

As a very young schoolgirl I collected all her pictures that came with a strip of chewing gum.

Leogirl
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tumbleweed  Male  Gloucestershire 15-May-2019 10:10 Message #4740170
They come up with all sorts of 'special' names for days nowadays, but how strange that the day she died, May 13th, was National Apple Pie Day...

I wonder if there will now be a Doris Day?

A never forgotten star of her Day...

RIP


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