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Doris Day worked with many of Hollywood's biggest stars
"Doris Day worked with many of Hollywood's biggest stars"

"Jan-Olov Andersson on an underrated actor"

"She will always be associated with its theme song, ”Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be)”."

"But Doris Day, who passed away on Monday from complications of a pneumonia, 97 years old, was also an underrated actress."

"One can of course discuss the concept of underrated. But the fact was that Doris Day, even when she was at the peak of her career as an actress, in the 1950s and 1960s, never was particularly praised. The films ochu002Feller roles were considered a bit lightweight."

"Only in retrospect that they have been re-evaluated and got a bit feminist stamp, for that she often played women who did not let men treat her anyway.nSådant remember the I am not. When you gathered on the filmisar in the 1960s, she was frequently used."

"Superstar, without, at least, as a kid I understood why. Then I heard ”Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be)” on the radio and then got the face from the filmisarna a voice."

"A timeless schlagerklassiker, who first became famous when it was featured in the Alfred Hitchcock classic ”the Man who knew too much” (1956), with Doris Day and James Stewart in the leading roles."

"Recorded by Kikki Danielsson"

"the Song became her theme song. Both when she's performing and when she had a tv show in the 1960s. It has since been recorded on the again of everything from Sly & the Family Stone to the Kikki Danielsson and Johnny thunders ' band."

"It was a popular and jazz singer she began her career in the late 1930s. A bandleader persuaded her to swap out the surname Kappelhoff to Day. ”Sentimental journey” became her first världshit, it was followed by many, including her theme song."

"During the film career she worked with and against many of Hollywood's greatest. Alfred Hitchcock, James Stewart, James Garner, Cary Grant, Clark Gable, David Niven, Rod Taylor and Rock Hudson. She was Oscar-nominated for ”I hate you, darling” in 1960."

"During the first years of the 1960s, she was Hollywood's most catchpenny actress in a number of romantic comedies."

"Nobbade ”Test”"

"But times changed. The films became tougher. Someone called her unkind ”the world's oldest virgin”."

"She said no to the classic ”Test of courage” against Dustin Hoffman, for she thought the film was vulgar."

"She had a messy private life with four marriages, including one where the husband blew her lots of money, which meant that she, against her will, did a tv show in several years.nHennes neighbor in Carmel California, Clint Eastwood offered her a comebackroll 2015, but nothing came of it."

"Since the 1970s, she was above all very active in a djurrättsorganisation she founded."

"two years ago, it became known that the authorities of the födelsestaten Ohio had fumlat with their paper. She was not born in 1924, but in 1922, and suddenly became two years older."

"I've always said that age is just a number," she said then."

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