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Doris Day, Soundtrack: The Doris Day Show. One of America's most popular actresses in the 1950s and 1960s, Doris Day was born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff in Cincinnati, Ohio, to Alma Sophia (Welz), a housewife, and William Joseph Kappelhoff, a music teacher and choir master. Her grandparents were all German immigrants. She had two brothers, Richard, who died before she was born and Paul, a few years older. Her parents divorced while she was ...

Doris Day, Soundtrack: The Doris Day Show. One of America's most popular actresses in the 1950s and 1960s, Doris Day was born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff in Cincinnati, Ohio, to Alma Sophia (Welz), a housewife, and William Joseph Kappelhoff, a music teacher and choir master. Her grandparents were all German immigrants. She had two brothers, Richard, who died before she was born and Paul, a few years older. Her parents divorced while she was ...

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Doris Day - Doris Day, the quintessential all-American girl, continues to be revered by her fans, while the media still celebrate her as an actress and singer with a legendary Hollywood "girl next door" image. Her website: http://www.dorisday.com/about Also information here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000013/bio

Doris Day - Doris Day, the quintessential all-American girl, continues to be revered by her fans, while the media still celebrate her as an actress and singer with a legendary Hollywood "girl next door" image. Her website: http://www.dorisday.com/about Also information here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000013/bio

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Doris Day Current Images Of Her | Doris Day single inducted in USA Grammy Hall of Fame - News on Bio.

Doris Day Current Images Of Her | Doris Day single inducted in USA Grammy Hall of Fame - News on Bio.

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Kaufman's long-awaited, definitive biography takes readers to the epicenter of American popular culture-- from the 1940s to the 1980s. While Day symbolized virtuous America to the rest of the world--especially in her heyday, the 1950s and early 1960s--both she and that era are still perceived as being far more innocent and carefree than they really were. Indeed, what makes Day's story so richly fascinating is the fact that she was in many ways the opposite of her image as "the girl next…

Kaufman's long-awaited, definitive biography takes readers to the epicenter of American popular culture-- from the 1940s to the 1980s. While Day symbolized virtuous America to the rest of the world--especially in her heyday, the 1950s and early 1960s--both she and that era are still perceived as being far more innocent and carefree than they really were. Indeed, what makes Day's story so richly fascinating is the fact that she was in many ways the opposite of her image as "the girl next…

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