DORIS DAY - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 266677
Sale Price $234.00
Color 3½x5 photo of her sitting on a padded bench - posed with her hand to her chin and her elbow on her knee
Photograph signed: "Doris Day". Color, 3½x5. On June 23, 2004, Doris Day was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian award, by President Bush: "Doris Day could not be with us this morning, but this beautiful lady is a special presence in American life. I called her yesterday and told her she would be missed. I told her to watch C-SPAN just in case I said something nice about her. Even when Harry Truman lived in the White House, all of America knew the name of the girl who sang, "Sentimental Journey" over the radio. In the years since, she has kept her fans and shown the breadth of her talent in television and the movies. She starred on screen with leading men from Jimmy Stewart to Ronald Reagan, from Rock Hudson to James Garner. It was a good day for America when Doris Marianne von Kappelhoff of Evanston, Ohio decided to become an entertainer. It was a good day for our fellow creatures when she gave her good heart to the cause of animal welfare. Doris Day is one of the greats, and America will always love its sweetheart." Nominated for the 1960 Academy Award for Best Actress for Pillow Talk, Doris Day won three Golden Globes for World Film Favorite (Female) in 1958, 1960 and 1963. "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)", sung by Doris Day in The Man Who Knew Too Much, won the 1957 Academy Award for Best Song. Fine condition.
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