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Doris Day: Virgin Territory 

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Episode complete credited cast:
Michael Brandon ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sue Baker Sue Baker ... Herself
Richard Carpenter ... Himself
Terence Davies ... Himself
Doris Day ... Various Roles (archive footage)
Marilyn French Marilyn French ... Herself
James Garner ... Himself
Molly Haskell ... Herself
A.E. Hotchner A.E. Hotchner ... Himself (as A E Hotchner)
Tamar Jeffers McDonald Tamar Jeffers McDonald ... Herself
Jackie Joseph ... Herself
Joanne Massey Joanne Massey ... Herself
Don Pippin Don Pippin ... Himself
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11 September 2007 (UK) See more »

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BBC Wales See more »
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The Last Time I Saw You
(1945) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Marjorie Goetschius and Edna Osser
Performed by Les Brown and His Band of Renown featuring Doris Day
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Too many nobodies talking, not enough of Doris
7 April 2014 | by marcandjaninaSee all my reviews

I love Doris Day, her films and her voice. This documentary doesn't show enough of her, or clips of her films. The clips we do see are great and she looks great.

We have a woman 'film expert' speaking so fast we couldn't make out what she was saying and she kept getting her words mixed up. She mistakenly said Doris broke both legs, ruining her love of dancing, yet we were told earlier in the programme that she broke an ankle.

We have Richard Carpenter talking about her and its clear he never met her.

We have a very strange man sitting in a cinema gushing over Doris and telling some odd stories about Himself! He added nothing to the programme. He tries to explain the public's change of interest in her: 'We find goodness repellant and sentimental now. She makes goodness truthful because she's truthful. But our culture dismisses this as trivial, and she's not'. Even more annoying are the silly re-enactments, out of focus but obviously not Doris, and this just cheapens the programme. There must be enough footage of her to show viewers.

Programme makers should note that we viewers want to watch a programme about Doris Day, yes there has to be input from people who knew or worked with her, but her fans ? No. Reenactments? No

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