The Third Doris Day Blogathon is here!

Who else is excited to celebrate Doris Day for three whole days?! A triple threat with an illustrious career, Ms. Day turns 97 today and I'm thrilled to toast one of my favorite women by hosting my third Doris Day Blogathon.

Participants, please leave me a comment below once you are ready to submit your entry. I'll try to post them as soon as I can!

The Wonderful World of Cinema covers Day's mesmerizing performance in Love Me or Leave Me (1955).

Silver Screenings highlights Day's comedic gifts in Send Me No Flowers (1964).

Poppity Talks Classic Film reviews Day's collaboration with Frank Sinatra, Young at Heart (1954).

Caftan Woman looks at the biopic The Winning Team (1952).

Realweegiemidget Reviews finds herself enjoying The Thrill of It All (1963).

Stars and Letters discovers a fun connection between Day and Lucille Ball.

The Midnite Drive-In brings the thrills with The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956).

The Story Enthusiast tells us why she's delighted by It Happened to Jane (1959).

The Stop Button finds many a problem with Storm Warning (1951).

Overture Books and Film reviews the fun romp Tea for Two (1950).

Musings of a Classic Film Addict discusses our second Doris Day-James Garner film, Move Over, Darling (1963).

I give a quick rundown of my Top Five Favorite Doris Day Films.

The Flapper Dame drops by with The Glass Bottom Boat (1966).

Pale Writer reviews Day's personal favorite, Calamity Jane (1953).

Critica Retro brings Clark Gable to the party with Teacher's Pet (1958).

Taking Up Room talks about the underrated gem The Pajama Game (1957).

Anybody Got a Match? takes a look at Day's music career.

Back to Golden Days reviews Day's terrific debut, Romance on the High Seas (1948).

Happy birthday, Doris!


  1. Batter up! Doris in a baseball biopic:

  2. Hi Michaela,

    My post is up

  3. Hi there, heres my post for the Doris Day blogathon,

    from Gill at Realweegiemidget Reviews

  4. Storm Warning posted !
    Thanks for hosting!

  5. Thanks for linking my article Michaela and for hosting! I was quite impatient for this to arrive haha! :)

    1. Thanks, Virginie! I've been impatient, too. :)

  6. Here is my post for the movie Tea For Two (1950) an Happy Birthday Doris!

  7. Here's my review of Move Over, Darling (1963)! Thank you so, so much for hosting and allowing me to be a part of this awesome event! I hope I can participate every year!

    1. Yay! And I love hosting this event, so I'm going to hold you to that! ;)

  8. here is my entry!

    Thanks for hosting! Up next- Mr Holden!

  9. Hi! Here's my contribution

  10. Here it is the lovely and underrated Teacher's Pet:

  11. Hi, Michaela! Here's mine:

  12. Hi Michaela! My post is up!

  13. Hi, Michaela!
    I know I'm super late, but I hope you can still accept my post. Here it is:

    Thanks for hosting, and sorry for not making it on time.


    1. No worries! I'm glad that you still wanted to participate!


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