July 31, 2013
August 02, 2013. Doris Day…um…Day

Full Schedule (all times Eastern)

6:00 AM (musical) Romance On The High Seas (1948)
7:45 AM (musical) My Dream Is Yours (1949)
9:30 AM (comedy) It’s a Great Feeling (1949)
11:00 AM (musical) Lullaby of Broadway, The (1951)
12:45 PM (musical) On Moonlight Bay (1951)
2:30 PM (musical) By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953)
4:15 PM (musical) Lucky Me (1954)
6:00 PM (comedy) It Happened To Jane (1959)
7:45 PM (short) Carson on TCM: Doris Day (1/16/76) (2012)
8:00 PM (musical) Calamity Jane (1953)
**10:00 PM (comedy) Please Don’t Eat The Daisies (1960) **
12:00 AM (comedy) Glass Bottom Boat, The (1966)
2:00 AM (musical) Tea For Two (1950)
3:45 AM (musical) Love Me Or Leave Me (1955)
I have no quarrel with Doris Day. She’s talented enough, I even LIKE her, but unless “and Rock Hudson”, “and Cary Grant” or “and James Garner” don’t come after her name, I’m pretty much not interested. Unless it says “and David Niven.” I love me some David Niven. None of the other men I mentioned are going to be on the whole day, and, quite frankly, I just don’t care about her movies about singers. Oh, and I couldn’t sit through “On Moonlight Bay” due to their costuming. Crazy that 50 years after it was set, they forgot what they used to wear. Anyway, only one movie for this day, and it’s Please Don’t Eat the Daisies, because David Niven.

August 02, 2013. Doris Day…um…Day

Full Schedule (all times Eastern)

6:00 AM (musical) Romance On The High Seas (1948)
7:45 AM (musical) My Dream Is Yours (1949)
9:30 AM (comedy) It’s a Great Feeling (1949)
11:00 AM (musical) Lullaby of Broadway, The (1951)
12:45 PM (musical) On Moonlight Bay (1951)
2:30 PM (musical) By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953)
4:15 PM (musical) Lucky Me (1954)
6:00 PM (comedy) It Happened To Jane (1959)
7:45 PM (short) Carson on TCM: Doris Day (1/16/76) (2012)
8:00 PM (musical) Calamity Jane (1953)
**10:00 PM (comedy) Please Don’t Eat The Daisies (1960) **
12:00 AM (comedy) Glass Bottom Boat, The (1966)
2:00 AM (musical) Tea For Two (1950)
3:45 AM (musical) Love Me Or Leave Me (1955)


I have no quarrel with Doris Day. She’s talented enough, I even LIKE her, but unless “and Rock Hudson”, “and Cary Grant” or “and James Garner” don’t come after her name, I’m pretty much not interested. Unless it says “and David Niven.” I love me some David Niven. None of the other men I mentioned are going to be on the whole day, and, quite frankly, I just don’t care about her movies about singers. Oh, and I couldn’t sit through “On Moonlight Bay” due to their costuming. Crazy that 50 years after it was set, they forgot what they used to wear. Anyway, only one movie for this day, and it’s Please Don’t Eat the Daisies, because David Niven.

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