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Doris Day Fans

I just had to make a group for the fabulous Miss Doris Day! She is my favorite actress. Hope I can meet other fans here too.

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Comment by Mike DeVita on August 28, 2012 at 1:17pm

Thanks, Edward. Please spread the word. Starting in November, all proceeds from sales of the book will go to the Doris Day Animal Foundation.

Comment by Edward Gielty on August 28, 2012 at 10:00am

Hi Mike,

Didn't know you had written a book, so I will be purchasing via Amazon UK. Congrats on this labour of love. High time that the Doris Day story was brought up to date. What a woman, a beautiful voice and an often overlooked range of acting skills. All encased within a natural beauty and grace. 

Comment by Mike DeVita on August 28, 2012 at 9:20am

I am very happy that Doris fans are enjoying my new book about her, released in July. It is available on  "My Secret Love Affair With Doris Day".  I am also pleased to announce that I have started a radio station featuring the golden voice of Miss Day.     Type in: Mike's Music Memories    The 3M Show

Comment by Mike DeVita on March 17, 2011 at 7:12am

calling all doris day will not want to miss the special, month-long birthday party for doris on beginning midnight on april 2nd.  the special page on our website is called "april 3", and it will run the entire month.  There are wonderful podcasts in honor of special music and her movies as well. There is also a special page featuring ALL THE KNOWN MUSIC she ever recorded wi th Les Brown and his Band.

You won't want to miss the special surprise we also have for that day.

Click on our site anytime and enjoy hour's worth of fun listening and activi ties, but especially hundreds of pictures of Doris and MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC

Comment by Bryan James on December 20, 2010 at 9:04am
Comment by Mike DeVita on December 18, 2010 at 2:53pm

YES...SHE got  the Presidential Medal of Freedom (the highest honor bestowed on a citizen by the president) not only for the long time career of entertaining the world but for her distinguished work with animals as well.'

She has been and still is a very special and very lovely lady loved the world over.

Comment by daisy dukes on July 2, 2010 at 12:21am
I love Doris, too! I love the work she has done for animals and I love all her movies. I think she got an award from president Bush, does anyone remember?
Comment by Kimmy J. on June 18, 2010 at 4:38pm
Beauty and brains enclosed within such a lovely individual. Her acting was superb to say the least and I always felt I was right there within the movie with her. Her talent draws you in immediately but her glowing and kind personality keeps you there!
And what female has not dreamed of having her perfect hair and figure? :-)
Comment by Elizabeth Bridges on June 6, 2010 at 11:30am
Great lady, actress and humanitarian.
Comment by laura freeman on May 2, 2010 at 10:24pm
Hello again! This time I am bringing my Doris Day tribute to Three Oaks Mi. June 6th 3:00 Acorn Theatre. Feel free to check me out on youtube or thru my It really fills me with so much joy bringing her music to her fans and to people that are hearing her "voice" for the very first time! Long live Doris!!

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