• 1-year-old Doris Mary Ann Von Kappelhoff
    1925
    1-year-old Doris Mary Ann Von Kappelhoff
  • Doris already showing that famous smile.
    1926
    Doris already showing that famous smile.
  • Dancing was her first love and she started at a very young age.
    1930
    Dancing was her first love and she started at a very young age.
  • Doris Mary Ann and brother Paul Kappelhoff.
    1939
    Doris Mary Ann and brother Paul Kappelhoff.
  • Bob Hope's 1940s USO tour plane,
    1940s Plane
    Bob Hope's 1940s USO tour plane, "Sentimental Journey"
  • Doris at the bandstand in the early '40s
    1940s
    Doris at the bandstand in the early '40s
  • Glamour shot from Doris' time with Les Brown's Band
    1945
    Glamour shot from Doris' time with Les Brown's Band
  • Doris & Frank Sinatra hamming it up on
    1946
    Doris & Frank Sinatra hamming it up on "Your Hit Parade"
  • Flowers for
    1946
    Flowers for "Your Hit Parade" co-stars, Doris Day and Frank Sinatra
  • Movie star Doris Day may have been pretty as a picture, but to Terry, she was just Mom.
    1946
    Movie star Doris Day may have been pretty as a picture, but to Terry, she was just Mom.
  • Doris and co-star Jack Carson in
    1948
    Doris and co-star Jack Carson in "My Dream is Yours"
  • 1948
    Doris back on the bandstand in her second movie, "My Dream Is Yours"
  • 1948
    Doris and chum Jack Carson
  • 1948
    Doris, Oscar Levant & Michael Curtiz discussing the script of "Romance On The High Seas"
  • Doris in her dressing room on the first day of shooting her first movie,
    1948
    Doris in her dressing room on the first day of shooting her first movie, "Romance On The High Seas"
  • Choreographer Donald Saddler said Doris was one of the most talented dancers with whom he had ever worked.
    1950
    Choreographer Donald Saddler said Doris was one of the most talented dancers with whom he had ever worked.
  • Doris had a string of hits in the early '50s with one of her favorite co-stars, Gordon MacRae.
    1950s
    Doris had a string of hits in the early '50s with one of her favorite co-stars, Gordon MacRae.
  • If Doris wasn't on the set, she was in a recording studio.
    1950
    If Doris wasn't on the set, she was in a recording studio.
  • In the early '50s, Doris made two films with Ronald Reagan:
    1952
    In the early '50s, Doris made two films with Ronald Reagan: "The Winning Team" and "Storm Warning".
  • Doris performed on Bob Hope's radio show in 1948 and had her own radio show in 1952–53.
    1952
    Doris performed on Bob Hope's radio show in 1948 and had her own radio show in 1952–53.
  • Animals have always been a big part of Doris' life. Here she is with Terry and Smudgie.
    1952
    Animals have always been a big part of Doris' life. Here she is with Terry and Smudgie.
  • 1953
    "Calamity Jane" was Doris' favorite movie to make, and she says the character was more like her than any other she played.
  • Doris teamed up again in 1954 with Frank Sinatra for the film
    1954
    Doris teamed up again in 1954 with Frank Sinatra for the film "Young At Heart."
  • Jimmy Cagney specifically asked for little Doris Day to be his co-star in
    1955
    Jimmy Cagney specifically asked for little Doris Day to be his co-star in "Love Me or Leave Me."
  • Doris and Alfred Hitchcock on the set of
    1956
    Doris and Alfred Hitchcock on the set of "The Man Who Knew Too Much"
  • Doris Day and Rock Hudson, the most popular romantic comedy team of all time
    1959
    Doris Day and Rock Hudson, the most popular romantic comedy team of all time
  • Doris relaxing in her dressing room with four of her best friends
    1960
    Doris relaxing in her dressing room with four of her best friends
  • Doris & Rock made three successful movies together, Pillow Talk, Lover Come Back and Send Me No Flowers.
    1960
    Doris & Rock made three successful movies together: Pillow Talk, Lover Come Back and Send Me No Flowers.
  • Doris loved working with Rock Hudson, and he would often come to her Malibu home to just kick back and relax.
    1960
    Doris loved working with Rock Hudson, and he would often come to her Malibu home to just kick back and relax.
  • By now Doris was an international star and was honored with her hand prints at Grauman's Chinese Theater.
    1961
    By now Doris was an international star and was honored with her hand prints at Grauman's Chinese Theater.
  • Doris with one of her favorite co-stars from
    1965
    Doris with one of her favorite co-stars from "Do Not Disturb"
  • Doris is a one woman band in
    1965
    Doris is a one woman band in "Do Not Disturb".
  • Doris still recording between films, thank goodness
    1960s
    Doris still recording between films, thank goodness
  • Doris and legendary radio personality Arthur Godfrey in
    1966
    Doris and legendary radio personality Arthur Godfrey in "The Glass Bottom Boat"
  • Doris' last film,
    1968
    Doris' last film, "With Six You Get Eggroll," is one of her favorites. She especially liked working with Brian Keith.
  • Doris closes her TV special with
    1971
    Doris closes her TV special with "Sentimental Journey".
  • Doris made two TV specials; this one featured John Denver, Rich Little and Tim Conway.
    1975
    Doris made two TV specials; this one featured John Denver, Rich Little and Tim Conway.
  • Doris with Biggest, her heart of hearts
    1980s
    Doris with Biggest, her heart of hearts
  • Doris and Terry when she received the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille award in 1989.
    1989
    Doris and Terry when she received the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille award in 1989.
  • Always at the forefront of animal welfare, here is Doris at one of many fundraisers.
    1993
    Always at the forefront of animal welfare, here is Doris at one of many fundraisers.
  • Doris in her newly decorated kitchen, surrounded by tulips from an adoring fan
    2009
    Doris in her newly decorated kitchen, surrounded by tulips from an adoring fan