Biography of Doris Day with 36 pages of photographs and filmography. For the first time, Doris Day tells the story behind the headlines of her private life- three marriages, real and rumored affairs, and professional triumphs countered by personal tragedies. At thirteen Doris was in a car hit by a train, and for a while she expected to be crippled for life. At sixteen she was earning her living on the road signing with bands.
Doris Day didn't have the perfect life everyone thought she ha. he was abused by one of her husbands,her son was almost killed by Charles Manson,and her Father married an Africa American Women,that Doris loved. This book is fantastic,and no stone is unturned. I wrote to Doris Day when I bought this book in 1975,and she wrote. back a beutifull letter signed in In. still have this note,and Cherish it with all my memories of Doris Days great films and music she has given us over the years . I was very touched by Doris Day's love for animals. I wrote a letter to her telling her how much I liked the book and how much happiness my own dog added to my life. I enclosed a picture of me laughing while my dog, Ginger, was licking my face.
by Day, Doris, 1924-; Hotchner, A. E. Publication date 1976. Topics Day, Doris, 1924-, Day, Doris, 1924-, Motion picture actors and actresses, Motion picture actors and actresses.
Doris Day: Her Own Story, in 1976. Sexless Sex Object, Non-comic Comedy Star: The Doris Day Rorschach Test. Although few think of her now as a comedian, or as being in any way funny, Doris Day was a big comedy movie star. The most effective deconstruction, if not destruction, of the Doris Day signifier was performed with exquisite deliberation by Day herself in her memoir, Doris Day: Her Own Story, on which she and writer A. Hotchner began to collaborate shortly after the end of her TV series. The book was first published in 1976). No tabloid exposé could have ripped the lid from a star image with as much relish as Day took in dismantling her own persona.
Doris Day : her own story A. Hotchner. Doris Day : her own story A. Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Book's title: Doris Day : her own story A. Library of Congress Control Number: 76018794.
Doris Day: Her Own Story Paperback – October, 1976. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. This book is very interesting and well written. A E Hotchner is the author and he has written many good biographies. He writes from his interviews of Doris, as though it was Doris speaking. Doris apparently cooperated very closely because she describes many things that are very personal and honest, but not always so flattering and she is frequently very candid.
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Last week I read Doris Day: Her Own Story. Even though it was an "as-told-to" . Hotchner, I could actually hear Doris Day telling the story as I read it. Doris (or Clara depending on who is referring to her) like all of us, has had adversity as well as triumphs but her spirit and attitude toward life is something I admire. I learned that Doris was heavily influenced by Christian Science teachings laid on top of a Catholic background which made her spiritual evolution particularly interesting I think.
This photo of Doris taken in 1976 was during an interview on her new book Doris Day – Her Own Story, written by . On this night, Doris was honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her contributions to the film industry. Doris Day 2017, ABC News. While there are very limited photos showing Doris throughout the ’90s and early 2000s, we can definitely say that 2017 Doris looks pretty much the same as her earlier self! Same hair, same smile, same beautiful personality! Not much has changed for the former actress. As per Doris’ birthday celebrations, her manager says that She always gets lots of phone calls wishing her happy birthday