Hollywood star Doris Day, singer of Que Sera, Sera, dead at 97

Hollywood star Doris Day, singer of Que Sera, Sera, dead at 97

Doris began her career as a singer, with her breakthrough hit "Sentimental Journey" being re-recorded several times over her career, and she became one of the highest-paid vocalists in the USA in the 1950s. Her hit songs at the time were radio mainstays.

Day's life was not always as sunny as her movie roles.

Hollywood legend Doris Day - whose career spanned over 80 years - has passed away just a month after turning 97, her animal welfare foundation, announced on Monday. I like it. I like being happy.

She played the title role in Calamity Jane (1953), and starred in Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) with James Stewart. In that film, she sang "Que Será, Será", which became one of her signature songs - and which was used as the theme for her TV series The Doris Day Show, which ran from 1968 to 1973.

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She never won an Academy Award, but Day was given a Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2004, as George W. Bush declared it "a good day for America when Doris Marianne von Kappelhoff of Evanston, Ohio chose to become an entertainer". She had one child, Terrence Paul Jorden (known as Terry Melcher), with first husband, Al.

In 1960 and 1962 to 1964, Day was ranked No. 1 at the box office by American Exhibitors but her last feature film performance was in the 1968 romantic-comedy With Six You Get Eggroll, directed by Howard Morris, and co-starring Brian Keith, Barbara Hershey, George Carlin, and Pat Carroll.

TMZ reports that Doris, born Mary Ann Von Kappelhoff, died at her home in Carmel Valley, CA, surrounded by close friends.

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