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Tune in to TCM on Apr. 3rd to celebrate Doris Day's 90th birthday

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Singer and actress Doris Day is celebrating her 90th birthday on Apr. 3rd! TCM (Turner Classic Movies) will be airing 12 of Day's movies. The marathon will be starting at 6 a.m. ET with the film "I'll See You In My Dreams." The marathon ends with the film "Please Don't Eat the Daisies."

Doris Day was born in 1929 in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was in a total of 39 films. She starred in several of those movies with another hit star, Rock Hudson. She retired in 1973, and in a recent interview with Robert Osborne, she hinted this:

You never know--I might start working again!" (Source: TCM)

I'm sure Doris Day fans would love to see her do one last movie (or more!). She has a large fan-base even today! "Pillow Talk" is still one of the most popular romantic comedies for movie fans to watch during Valentine's Day.

Other films that TCM will be airing on that day are "Calamity Jane," "April in Paris," "Move Over, Darling," the hilarious "Send Me No Flowers," and many other hit films will be airing.

So spend the whole day watching Doris Day films to celebrate her birthday milestone.

For a complete schedule: TCM Doris Day

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