Doris Day, the freckle-faced movie actress whose irrepressible personality and golden voice made her America’s top box-office star in the early 1960s, died on Monday at her home in Carmel Valley, Calif. She was 97. ~ NY Times May 13, 2019

Film appearances

1948Romance on the High SeasGeorgia GarrettHer feature film debut. Co-starring Jack Carson. Song “It’s Magic” nominated for an Oscar.
1949My Dream Is YoursMartha GibsonCo-starring Jack Carson.
It’s a Great FeelingJudy AdamsCo-starring Jack Carson and Dennis Morgan; with Errol FlynnJoan CrawfordEdward G. RobinsonSydney GreenstreetGary CooperJane WymanPatricia NealDanny KayeEleanor Parker.
1950Young Man with a HornJo JordanHer first dramatic role. Co-starring Kirk Douglas and Lauren Bacall.
Tea for TwoNanette CarterCo-starring Gordon MacRae
Adaptation of Broadway musical No, No, Nanette
The West Point StoryJan WilsonCo-starring James Cagney
1951Storm WarningLucy RiceCo-starring Ronald ReaganGinger Rogers and Steve Cochran
Lullaby of BroadwayMelinda HowardCo-starring Gene Nelson
On Moonlight BayMarjorie “Marjie” WinfieldCo-starring Gordon MacRae
Based on the Penrod stories by Booth Tarkington.
I’ll See You in My DreamsGrace LeBoy KahnCo-starring Danny Thomas
StarliftHerselfHer name appeared first in the on-screen credits.
1952The Winning TeamAimee AlexanderCo-starring Ronald Reagan
April in ParisEthel  “Dynamite” JacksonCo-starring Ray Bolger
1953By the Light of the
Silvery Moon
Marjorie “Marjie” WinfieldCo-starring Gordon MacRae
A sequel to On Moonlight Bay.
Calamity JaneCalamity JaneCo-starring Howard Keel 
Introduced Academy Award-winning song Secret Love
1954Lucky MeCandy WilliamsCo-starring Robert Cummings and Phil Silvers
1955Young at HeartLaurie TuttleCo-starring Frank Sinatra
Love Me or Leave MeRuth EttingCo-starring James Cagney
1956The Man Who Knew Too MuchJosephine Conway “Jo” McKennaCo-starring James Stewart. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Introduced Academy Award-winning song Que Sera, Sera
JulieJulie BentonThriller co-starring Louis Jourdan
1957The Pajama GameKatherine “Babe” WilliamsCo-starring John Raitt. Adaptation of Broadway musical
1958Teacher’s PetErica StoneCo-starring Clark Gable
The Tunnel of LoveIsolde PooleCo-starring Richard Widmark 
Golden Globe and Laurel nominations for 
Golden Globe Award for Best Female Performance – Musical or Comedy|Best Motion Picture Actress – Comedy/Musical
1959It Happened to JaneJane OsgoodCo-starring Jack Lemmon and Ernie Kovacs
Pillow TalkJan MorrowHer first film with Rock Hudson 
Academy Award-nominated for Best Actress.
Golden Globe Award-nominated for Best Motion Picture Actress – Musical/Comedy. Laurel Award for best female comedy performance.
1960Please Don’t Eat 
the Daisies
Kate Robinson MackayCo-starring David Niven
Midnight LaceKit PrestonThriller co-starring Rex Harrison
Golden Globe and Laurel Award nominations for Best Motion Picture Actress – Drama
1961Lover Come BackCarol TempletonHer second film with Rock Hudson. Laurel Award for best female comedy performance.
1962That Touch of MinkCathy TimberlakeCo-starring Cary Grant. Won Laurel Award for best female comedy performance.
Billy Rose’s JumboKitty WonderAdaptation of Broadway musical
Golden Globe Award-nominated for Best Motion Picture Actress – Musical/Comedy
1963The Thrill of It AllBeverly BoyerCo-starring James Garner
Move Over, DarlingEllen Wagstaff ArdenCo-starring James Garner. Remake of My Favorite Wife (1940).
Initiated as Marilyn Monroe‘s unfinished film Something’s Got to Give.
Golden Globe Award-nominated for Best Motion Picture Actress – Musical/Comedy
1964Send Me No FlowersJudy KimballHer third and last film with Rock Hudson. Won the Laurel Award for best female comedy performance.
1965Do Not DisturbJanet HarperCo-starring Rod Taylor
1966The Glass Bottom BoatJennifer NelsonCo-starring Rod Taylor. Nominated for Laurel Award, best female comedy performance.
1967CapricePatricia FosterCo-starring Richard Harris
The Ballad of JosieJosie MinickCo-starring Peter Graves and George Kennedy
1968Where Were You When
the Lights Went Out?
Margaret GarrisonLaurel Award nomination for best female comedy performance.
With Six You Get EggrollAbby McClureCo-starring Brian Keith; her last film. Laurel Award nomination for best female comedy performance.


10″ LPs

 You’re My Thrill (1949)
 Tea for Two (1950) (soundtrack)
 Young Man with a Horn (1950) (w/Harry James) (soundtrack)
 Lullaby Of Broadway (1951) (soundtrack)
 On Moonlight Bay (1951) (soundtrack)
 I’ll See You in My Dreams (1951) (soundtrack)
 By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953) (soundtrack)
 Calamity Jane(1953) (soundtrack)The Deadwood StageSecret LoveJust Blew in From The Windy CityThe Black Hills Of DakotaA Woman’s touchI can do without youHigher than a Hawk (Deeper than a well)Tis Harry I’m plannin’ to marry
 Young at Heart (1954) (soundtrack) (w/Frank Sinatra)Till My Love Comes To MeYou, My LoveReady, Willing and AbleHold Me In Your Arms(2 more)

12″ LPs

Day DreamsReissue of “You’re My Thrill”plus 4 more, also early singles 
Love Me or Leave Me (Soundtrack of the MGM film: Orchestra arranged and conducted by Percy Faith) (1955) TOP SELLING LP OF 1955It All Depends on You (DeSylva, Brown, Henderson)Sam, The Old Accordion Man (Donaldson)Shaking The Blues Away (Berlin)Mean To Me (Ahlert, Turk)I’ll Never Stop Loving You (Top 10 Song written for the movie)plus 8 more, including outtakes on current reissues
Day By Day (1956) (Orchestra arranged and conducted by Paul Weston)The Song Is You (Kern, Hammerstein)I Remember You (Mercer, Schertzenberger)Day By Day (Cahn, Stordahl, Weston)Autumn Leaves (Mercer, Kosma)plus 8 more
Day By Night (1957) (Orchestra arranged and conducted by Paul Weston)I See Your Face Before Me (Dietz, Schwartz)MoonglowDream a Little Dream of Me (Kahn)You Do Something To Me (Porter)plus 8 more
The Pajama Game (1957) (Soundtrack of the Warner Bros. film: Orchestra arranged and conducted by Ray Heindorf) (w/John Raitt and cast of film)I’m Not At All In LoveSmall TalkThere Once Was A ManSeven-and-a-Half CentsOnce-A-Year Day
 Hooray for Hollywood (1958 Double LP):Cheek to Cheek (from Top Hat)The Way You Look Tonight (from Swingtime)Over the Rainbow (from The Wizard of Oz)Night and Day (from The Gay Divorcee)It’s Magic (from Romance on the High Seas)Three Coins in the Fountain (from Three Coins in the Fountain)Plus 18 more 
Cuttin’ Capers (1959) (Orchestra arranged and conducted by Frank DeVol)Making Whoopee (Kahn, Donaldson)Sitting On Top Of The World (Brown)Let’s Take A Walk Around The Block (Arlen, Lane, I.Gershwin)Steppin’ Out With My Baby (Berlin)plus 8 more
What Every Girl Should Know (1960) (Orchestra arranged and consucted by Harry Zimmerman)When You’re SmilingSomething Wonderful (Rodgers, Hammerstein)Mood Indigo (Ellington)A Hundred Years From Today (Washington)plus 8 more
Show Time (1960) (Orchestra arranged and conducted by Axel Stordahl)On The Street Where You Live (Lerner, Loewe)They Say It’s Wonderful (Berlin)People Will Say We’re In Love (Rodgers, Hammerstein)I Love Paris (Porter)plus 8 more
Bright and Shiny (1961)
I Have Dreamed (1961)
Duet (w/ Andre Previn) (1962) 
You’ll Never Walk Alone (1962) 
Billy Rose’s Jumbo (soundtrack) (w/ cast of film) (1962)
Annie Get Your Gun (w/ Robert Goulet) (1963) 
Love Him (1963)
The Doris Day Christmas Album (1964) 
With a Smile and a Song (1964)
Latin for Lovers (1965)
Doris Day’s Sentimental Journey (1965)
The Love Album (recorded 1967, released in 1994) (Orchestra arranged and conducted by Sid Feller)Wonderful OneFor All We KnowLife Is Just A Bowl Of CherriesAre You Lonesome Tonight?plus 8 more (2 in a medley)