Cinema Icon Doris Day Dies at 97

Actress, singer and animal welfare activist, Doris Day has died at the age of 97. 

Known for a long series of successful musicals and romantic comedies, including Pillow Talk (with the everlasting film star Rock Hudson), she was also a powerful singer, releasing over the years 29 studio albums.

In 1953, she took on the title role of the hit film Calamity Jane, a major hit which later turned into both a stage musical and a TV show.

Among her most famous movies we can find That Touch of Mink with Cary Grant and Move Over, Darling, which had originally been conceived as Something’s Got to Give, a comeback vehicle for Marilyn Monroe.

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