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It's a Great FeelingIt's a Great Feeling (1949)
Dir. David Butler
Feat. Jack Carson, Dennis Morgan, Doris Day
Soft–edged Hollywood satire with Jack Carson, Denny Morgan and Doris Day on the path to success. Notable for its great array of show–biz…
Young Man With a HornYoung Man With a Horn (Young Man of Music) (1949) Recommended
Dir. Michael Curtiz
Feat. Kirk Douglas, Doris Day, Lauren Bacall
Sharp biopic based on legendary jazz trumpeteer Bix Beiderbecke (played here by Kirk Douglas), who rose from obscurity to possess one of the most…
On Moonlight BayOn Moonlight Bay (1951)
Dir. Roy Del Ruth
Feat. Doris Day, Gordon MacRae
Winning musical with Doris Day trading baseball obsession for the courtship of a strapping Gordon MacRae. Folksy tunes are blended with carefree…
Calamity JaneCalamity Jane (1953) Recommended
Dir. David Butler
Feat. Doris Day, Howard Keel
Big, rousing musical western, featuring Doris Day as the tomboy heroine, who falls for easygoing Wild Bill Hickok (Howard Keel).
By the Light of the Silvery MoonBy the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953)
Dir. David Butler
Feat. Doris Day, Gordon MacRae
Quaint sequel to ON MOONLIGHT BAY finds Gordon MacRae returning from WWI where fiancĂ©e Doris Day waits impatiently to begin married life together.…
Young at HeartYoung at Heart (1954)
Dir. Gordon Douglas
Feat. Frank Sinatra, Doris Day
Slick musical with Frank Sinatra wooing Doris Day, while trying to make it as a singer.
Love Me or Leave MeLove Me or Leave Me (1955)
Dir. Charles Vidor
Feat. Doris Day, James Cagney
Multiple Oscar–nominated biopic of singer Ruth Etting, played here by Doris Day in a more substantial role than usual. Story chiefly concerns…
Lucky MeLucky Me (1955)
Dir. Jack Donohue
Feat. Doris Day, Robert Cummings, Phil Silvers
Showbiz musical comedy with Doris Day paired once again with CALAMITY JANE tune smiths Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster.
Man Who Knew Too Much, TheMan Who Knew Too Much, The (1956) Recommended
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Feat. James Stewart, Doris Day
Hitchcock remakes his 1934 film and generally comes up trumps with James Stewart and Doris Day as the innocent victims of international espionage.…
Pajama Game, ThePajama Game, The (1957) Recommended
Dir. George Abbott, Stanley Donen
Feat. Doris Day
Exemplary screen musical stars Doris Day in exuberant form as a feisty union delegate who falls for her boss while negotiating a wage rise for her…

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