The Doris Day Show (1968–1973)
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Doris Leaves Today's World: Part 1 

While she's having her brown bag lunch in the park, Doris receives a surprise visit from her old friend, reclusive multi-millionaire William Tyler, this the way they first met. He is in San... See full summary »

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Myrna Gibbons
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Ron Harvey
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Toby Martin (as Tod Starke)
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William Tyler
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Fred (as J. Pat Cranshaw)
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Tom Roberts (as Rob Hathaway)
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While she's having her brown bag lunch in the park, Doris receives a surprise visit from her old friend, reclusive multi-millionaire William Tyler, this the way they first met. He is in San Francisco specifically to see Doris as he has a proposition for her: be his personal secretary. The exorbitant salary is tempting enough, but he ups the ante when he shows her what would be her lavish working quarters, and shows her who would be her secretary. These perks are enough for Doris eventually to say yes, despite she liking her friends and colleagues at Today's World, and the work itself. But she knows they can never match the salary as witnessed by Nick even having to fight to give Doris a $10/week raise, or the other perks. After her emotional goodbye at Today's World and the start of her new job, Doris has to adjust to the new working conditions, both the good, and yes the bad. Written by Huggo

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12 October 1970 (USA)  »

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Soundtracks

Que Será, Será (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)
Written by Jay Livingston (as Livingston) & Ray Evans as (Evans)
Performed by Doris Day
Series theme song played over the opening titles and credits
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