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James Arntz (written by)
Katherine MacMillin (co-writer)
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Release Date:
16 November 1991 (USA) See more »
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Doris Day ... Herself

Roger Ebert ... Himself - Narrator & Introduction
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Kirstie Alley ... Herself

Kaye Ballard ... Herself
Les Brown ... Himself
Mary Cleere Haran ... Herself (scenes deleted)

Rosemary Clooney ... Herself

Clint Eastwood ... Himself
Molly Haskell ... Herself
A.E. Hotchner ... Himself
Ross Hunter ... Himself
Terry Melcher ... Himself

Tony Randall ... Himself

John Updike ... Himself

Betty White ... Herself

Directed by
Dick Carter 
Steve Norman (director: Doris Day Interview I)
Writing credits
James Arntz (written by)

Katherine MacMillin (co-writer)

Produced by
James Arntz .... producer
Linda Dozoretz .... coordinating producer: Arwin Productions
Glenn DuBose .... executive producer
Nicolette J. Ferri .... field producer
Katherine MacMillin .... co-producer
Michael McAlpin .... associate producer (as Michael D. McAlpin)
Terry Melcher .... executive producer: Arwin Productions
Cinematography by
Richard L. Rawlings (director of photography: Doris Day Interview I)
Rick Walker (director of photography: Doris Day Interview II)
Film Editing by
Don De Martini  (as Don DeMartini)
Makeup Department
Mark Bussan .... makeup artist: Doris Day Interview I
Barbara Lampson .... hair stylist: Doris Day Interview I
Art Department
Don Larson Jr. .... graphic design (as Donald Larson)
Barbara Shintani .... electronic graphics
Sound Department
Robert Dove .... audio
James Guthrie .... post-production audio
Thomas Siegel .... audio (as Tom Siegel)
Keith Winner .... audio: Doris Day Interview II
Camera and Electrical Department
Roy D. Alan .... camera operator
Peter C. Borsari .... still photographer (as Peter Borsari)
Jim Gedwellas .... lighting director
Deborah Goldman .... assistant lighting
Jeff Nealon .... assistant lighting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Constance Edney .... wardrobe: Doris Day Interview I (as Connie Edney)
Editorial Department
Al Williams .... additional editing
Other crew
Janet Alberti .... comptroller
J. Scott Ament .... production assistant
Donald Chang .... research consultant
Donald Chang .... still photographs provided by
Mary Cleere Haran .... researcher
Doris Day .... produced with the cooperation and assistance of
Bob De Flores .... film & television clips provided by (as Bob DeFlores)
Michael V. Doyle .... still photographs provided by (as Michael Doyle)
Constance Edney .... still photographs provided by (as Connie Edney)
Howard Green .... research consultant
Howard Green .... still photographs provided by
Katherine Lauderdale .... legal & business affairs
Terry Melcher .... produced with the cooperation and assistance of
Davida Rice .... legal & business affairs
Marc Vitali .... production assistant
Nancy Volino .... publicist
Melanie Williams .... production assistant
Ron Yergovich .... director of operations
Keila Rodriguez .... media relations specialist (uncredited)
Page Cavanaugh .... special thanks
Frank De Vol .... special thanks (as Frank Devol)
Michael V. Doyle .... special thanks: President, Doris Day Collectors
Howard Hays .... special thanks
John Herrera .... special thanks
Judy Ruby .... special thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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80 min | UK:58 min
Aspect Ratio:
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12 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
only the greatest, 27 April 2005
Author: mikeydv-1 from United States

As usual, this TV documentary, totally absorbing and wonderfully DAYish, focuses very clearly on how UNappreciated Doris Day was throughout her Hollywood Tenure. IF FACTS AND RESEARCH BE KNOWN, she is the biggest female entertainer of the 20th century concentrating on ALL ASPECTS of show business from jukeboxes to TV sets! Let the critics re-evaluate, and finally APPRECIATE THIS WONDERFUL HUMANITARIAN ENTERTAINER. This show tells the complete story and some very famous people have the opportunity to rescind their previous derogatory remarks about Doris. For me, it was a wonderful evening of entertainment, filled with tear-laden memories. I first saw Doris when she sang with the Les Brown Band at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City. I was a child of 9, and I fell in love at first sight. At 68 today, my feelings have not changed. NO ONE HAS OR COULD EVER EQUAL the joy she has given me for 59 years!

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