Doris Day Show

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Career - Bankruptcy and Television Career - The Doris Day Show (1968–1973)
... Upon her husband's death on April 20, 1968, Day learned that he had committed her to a television series, which became The Doris Day Show ... "It was awful", Day told OK! Magazine in 1996 ... a bunch of TV specials, all without anyone ever asking me." Day hated the idea of doing television, but felt obliged to it ...
The Doris Day Show
... The Doris Day Show is an American sitcom that was originally broadcast on the CBS network from September 1968 until September 1973, remaining on the air for five seasons and 128 episodes ... In addition to showcasing Doris Day, the show is remembered for its many abrupt format changes over the course of its five-year run ... It is also remembered for Day's statement, in her autobiography Doris Day Her Own Story (1975), that her husband Martin Melcher had signed her to do the TV series without her ...
List Of United States Christmas Television Episodes - Sitcoms - The Doris Day Show
... The Doris Day Show A Two-Family Christmas (1969) The Doris Day Show It's Christmas Time in the City (1970) The Doris Day Show Whodunnit, Doris? (1971) ...

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