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(Nov. 25, 2008)
Doris Day, the most popular female motion picture star in history, made her television performing debut headlining this heart-warming comedy series, which ran on CBS-TV from 1968-1973. Doris Day: The Complete Series, includes all 128 episodes (over 61 hours) of the show available together for the first time and never-before-seen bonus features!
Top 10 hit sitcom, loaded with guest stars like Tony Bennett, Andy Griffith, Meredith Baxter, Van Johnson, Larry Storch, Bob Crane, John Astin, Ricardo Montalban, Alan Hale, DIck Van Patten, Charles Nelson Reilly, Edward Andrews, Barbara Hale and Henry Fonda.
Includes hours of bonus materials, including new episode commentaries by Doris Day herself.
(Oct. 28, 2008)
For five successful seasons, superstar Doris Day starred in her own CBS-TV series, The Doris Day Show . For the first time, all three Christmas episodes (A Two Family Christmas, It's Christmas Time In The City, Whodunnit, Doris?) from the program are presented together, with the added bonus of a new audio commentary track by Doris herself!
Also featured are 1950s-1960s newsreels of Doris Day -- including Christmas footage -- not seen in decades; long-lost holiday broadcasts of The Doris Day Show radio series from 1952; a Doris Christmas photo gallery; original network promos for The Doris Day Show and a special Christmas greeting from Doris. You'll also hear Doris sing Silver Bells, Silent Night, Hark The Herald Angels Sing and other holiday favorites. So, bring the whole family together and share the warm and wonderful memories of Christmas with the warm and wonderful Doris Day!
(Nov. 20, 2007)
A FUN-FILLED MUSICAL DAY WITH DORIS AND HER SPECIAL GUESTS
In 1975, legendary movie and singing star DORIS DAY followed her long-running television series, The Doris Day Show, with her second and final top-rated CBS-TV special, DORIS DAY TODAY.
The vibrant and versatile Day teams up with singer-songwriter John Denver for a playful Sunshine Medley after the two performers offer a humorous duet of Exactly Like You. Denver also presents his popular composition Follow Me with Doris singing harmony.
Comic Tim Conway (The Carol Burnett Show) pairs with Doris for a couple of comedy sketches and mimic Rich Little gives hilarious impersonations of Doris' famous film co-stars Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, Kirk Douglas, Jack Lemmon and James Cagney as Doris vocalizes songs from her classic motion pictures Love Me Or Leave Me, Teacher's Pet, Young Man With A Horn, Calamity Jane and The Man Who Knew Too Much.
A seductive Day joins the Lockers dancing troupe while singing a sexy Midnight At The Oasis. and the entire cast comes together for a rousing rendition of Anything Goes. Day's stunning voice is also heard in a soulful version of Day By Day (from the musical Godspell) and a deeply emotional The Way We Were.
Bonus features on this DVD include Doris' entire appearance on The John Denver Family Special (1974), a rare 1940s musical film short of Doris with the Les Brown Orchestra and a Doris Day Album Discography.
(Nov. 20, 2007)
After ranking as the world s top female motion picture star and achieving dozens of hit records, Doris Day also conquered television with this happy situation comedy on CBS-TV from 1968-1973.
The fifth and final year of THE DORIS DAY sees Doris Martin (Day) continuing as a reporter for Today s World magazine, working with editor Cy Bennett (John Dehner) and secretary Jackie Parker (Jackie Joseph). Doris finds her love life heating up with both Dr. Peter Lawrence (Peter Lawford) and political candidate Jonathan Rusk (Patrick O Neal) while her home life is never dull thanks to her fussy landlord Mr. Jarvis (Billy DeWolfe). Among the guest stars who appear are Andy Griffith, Lee Meriwether, Ed Begley Jr., Julie Adams, Dick Van Patten, Sid Melton, Edward Andrews, Henry Jones and Bernie Kopell.
THE DORIS DAY SHOW SEASON 5 contains all 24 remastered episodes from the 1972-73 season, plus a wealth of rare and new bonus features.
(Feb. 27, 2007)
Universally adored film and recording star Doris Day triumphed television comedy, rating number one in her timeslot with this light-hearted hit on CBS-TV from 1968-1973
The fourth year of The Doris Day Show introduces a new boss, Cy Bennett (played by John Dehner), for Doris at Today's World magazine, and a new secretary friend, Jackie Parker (portrayed by Jackie Joseph). Peter Lawford also joins the cast as Doris' boyfriend, Dr. Peter Lawrence. Among the guest stars featured are Bob Crane, Alan Hale, Charles Nelson Reilly, Van Johnson, Barbara Hale, Rory Calhoun, Werner Klemperer and Bernie Kopell.
The Doris Day Show Season 4 contains all 24 remastered episodes from the 1971-72 season, plus a wealth of rare and new bonus features.
(May. 30, 2006)
Motion picture great Doris Day is back with a third smash season of her hilarious situation comedy series, which ran on CBS-TV from 1968-1973. In year three of THE DORIS DAY SHOW, Doris Martin (Day) moves from the country to an apartment in San Francisco over an Italian restaurant run by Louis and Angie Pallucci, played by Bernie Kopell (The Love Boat) and Kaye Ballard (The Mothers-In-Law). Doris continues to work for editor Michael Nicholson (McLean Stevenson from M*A*S*H) at Today’s World magazine, along with friend Myrna Gibbons (Rose Marie of The Dick Van Dyke Show). Among the many guest stars are Tony Bennett, Meredith Baxter, Henry Fonda, Van Johnson, Dick Van Patten, Larry Storch, Ricardo Montalban, John Astin and Billy DeWolfe. THE DORIS DAY SHOW SEASON 3 contains all 26 remastered episodes from the 1970-71 season, plus a wealth of rare and new bonus features.
(May. 30, 2006)
A Rare & Delightful Day For Music Lovers! Film and recording superstar Doris Day stars in her first television music special, singing a collection of her greatest hits (It¹s Magic, Sentimental Journey, Secret Love), Showtunes (Who Will Buy? from Oliver, Hurry, It¹s Lovely Up Here from On A Clear Day You Can See Forever), and other pop classics such as Both Sides Now, The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy) and the Beatles’ Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da. Special guest Perry Como performs Didn¹t We and duets with Doris for a nostalgic medley of songs, including Everybody Loves A Lover, Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars, When You Were Sixteen and Let Me Call You Sweetheart. With her pet dogs, Doris offers You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby and joins a dance troupe for The Gypsy In My Soul and Them Was The Good Old Days. In addition, Doris¹ motion-picture partner Rock Hudson makes a surprise appearance and, as an added bonus, never-before-seen outtakes and deleted scenes are featured on this DVD debut of THE DORIS DAY SPECIAL, which received an Emmy® nomination when it originally aired as The Doris Mary Anne Kappelhoff Special on CBS-TV in 1971.
(Oct. 25, 2005)
DORIS DAY SHOW SEASON 2 - DVD Movie