As usual, this TV documentary, totally absorbing and wonderfully DAYish, focuses very clearly on how UNappreciated Doris Day was throughout her Hollywood Tenure. IF FACTS AND RESEARCH BE KNOWN, she is the biggest female entertainer of the 20th century concentrating on ALL ASPECTS of show business from jukeboxes to TV sets! Let the critics re-evaluate, and finally APPRECIATE THIS WONDERFUL HUMANITARIAN ENTERTAINER. This show tells the complete story and some very famous people have the opportunity to rescind their previous derogatory remarks about Doris. For me, it was a wonderful evening of entertainment, filled with tear-laden memories. I first saw Doris when she sang with the Les Brown Band at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City. I was a child of 9, and I fell in love at first sight. At 68 today, my feelings have not changed. NO ONE HAS OR COULD EVER EQUAL the joy she has given me for 59 years!
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