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This was one of two one-hour musical specials which were part of CBS' 1968 multi-million-dollar contract with Doris Day's production company, a contract that Day insists to this day was negotiated by her husband and manager Martin Melcher without her knowledge. When Melcher died suddenly in April 1968, Day chose to go ahead and honor the contract, appearing in this program and The Doris Mary Anne Kappelhoff Special (1971), as well as starring in her eponymous sitcom for five seasons, from 1968-1974. See more »

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Day by Day
Written by Stephen Schwartz
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Anything goes with Doris
9 August 2002 | by (San Diego) – See all my reviews

Doris looks and sounds fabulous on this campy variety special. It begins with Doris on a swing wearing a wholesome white dress singing Cole Porter's "Anything goes". Within the number her outfit changes into a revealing blue pant suit and she is dancing with the "world famous" Lochers. Her guests include Tim Conway, Rich Little, John Denver and the dance troupe the Lochers. It is wonderful to hear Doris' take on current songs of the time; Day by Day (from Godspell), Midnight at the Oasis, and The Way We Were. Within the hour show she performs a comedy bit with Tim Conway, sings her movie themes.. with Rich Little providing the voices of her co-stars, and duets with John Denver.


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