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Travel Bug Dog Tag Star-Doris Day Yellow TB

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Sunday, 26 February 2017
Texas, United States
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In the hands of Rico Lykas.

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About This Item

This “Star” series of travel bugs is to bring attention to my favorite movie actors.  Some have awards, some do not.  There is no criterion to be included as a favorite beyond I will watch anything that has her/him in it.

One of America's most popular actresses in the 1950s and 1960s, Doris Day was born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff in Cincinnati, Ohio.   Her grandparents were all German immigrants.  Her parents divorced while she was still a child and she lived with her mother. Like most little girls, Doris liked to dance.  At fourteen, she formed a dance act with a boy, Jerry Doherty, and they won $500 in a local talent contest.  She and Jerry took a brief trip to Hollywood to test the waters. They felt they could succeed, so she and Jerry returned to Cincinnati with the intention of packing and making a permanent move to Hollywood.  Tragically, the night before she was to move to Hollywood, she was injured riding in a car hit by a train, ending the possibility of a dancing career.

It was a terrible setback, but after taking singing lessons she found a new vocation, and at age 15 (but saying she was 18), she began touring with the Les Brown Band.  She met trombonist Al Jorden, whom she married but divorced after two years, not long after the birth of their son Terry.  Doris married George Weidler, but this union lasted less than a year.  

Day's agent talked her into taking a screen test at Warner Bros. The executives there liked what they saw and signed her to a contract.  She had several starring movie roles.  Audiences took to her beauty and bubbly personality.   She had a terrific singing voice and simultaneously had several hit records.  In 1951 she met and married Martin Melcher.

In 1953, Doris starred in the musical Calamity Jane, which was a major hit.  Several more followed, including Lucky Me, Love Me or Leave Me, The Man Who Knew Too Much and what is probably her best-known film, Pillow Talk.  My favorites are two she made with Rock Hudson, Pillow Talk (1959) and Lover Come Back (1961).

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Tracking History (23483.2mi) View Map

Visited 02/26/2019 Rico Lykas took it to De Voscheheugte Drenthe, Netherlands - .99 miles  Visit Log
Visited 02/26/2019 Rico Lykas took it to bushokkie Mantinge Drenthe, Netherlands - 3.25 miles  Visit Log
Visited 02/26/2019 Rico Lykas took it to Börker Heide Drenthe, Netherlands - 1.37 miles  Visit Log
Visited 02/26/2019 Rico Lykas took it to Bartje in Bork Drenthe, Netherlands - 2.83 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 02/26/2019 Rico Lykas retrieved it from TB Hotel Het Witte Veen Drenthe, Netherlands   Visit Log

We will take you allong

Discovered It 01/20/2019 Martinikerlke discovered it Drenthe, Netherlands   Visit Log

Vandaag gezien in TB Hotel Het Witte Veen

Discovered It 01/11/2019 Kuperus discovered it Drenthe, Netherlands   Visit Log

Gezien in TB Hotel Het Witte Veen in Witteveen tijdens ons weekendverblijf aldaar. Bedankt uit Friesland

Discovered It 12/30/2018 havik discovered it Drenthe, Netherlands   Visit Log

Seen / discovered this TB/stamp in TB Hotel Het Witte Veen.

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  • de TB in Witte Veen
Dropped Off 12/29/2018 ape1965 placed it in TB Hotel Het Witte Veen Drenthe, Netherlands - 2,968.37 miles  Visit Log
Visited 10/25/2018 ape1965 took it to Morning walk by the sea Cabo Verde - 2,889.79 miles  Visit Log
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