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Wow. She was so good and talented.
But I was not sure she was still alive. I have not heard from her in a long while.
She was in some fun movies and she was a great Variety Show host back in the day.
She is an actress everyone seems to remember, even young adults.
She left a great legacy. I’m reading an English murder mystery and the lead detective sings Que Sera Sera to his girlfriend when he sees her and collects Doris Day movies. I loved some of her movies!
Yes, she did. She was so fresh faced too. Like she could be everyone’s best friend. Even in her 90s she looked younger and approachable.
She was the epitime of the 'girl next door'...even in today's upside down world.