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Doris Day Sings Again! THE DORIS DAY SHOW Airings Scheduled For Christmas Eve

December 21
12:59 PM 2013

Doris Day Sings Again! THE DORIS DAY SHOW Airings Scheduled For Christmas EveIconic movie musical headliner and legendary actress, vocalist and recording artist Doris Day reprises one of her most famous musical moments in a new promo for the upcoming Christmas Eve re-airings of her vintage TV series THE DORIS DAY SHOW.

At nearly 90, Day sweetly and liltingly croons her signature tune, "Que Sera Sera" from Alfred Hitchcock's THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH (in which she also starred), as part of a brand new voiceover spot promoting the upcoming run of her 1968-1973 CBS series on MeTV.

Of note, all three Christmas specials from the run of THE DORIS DAY SHOW are currently available in a DVD collection titled CHRISTMAS MEMORIES, released in 2008, available here.

Additionally, MeTV has announced plans to begin airing the entire THE DORIS DAY SHOW in 2014, as well.

MeTV will air the 1969 and 1970 Christmas episodes of THE DORIS DAY SHOW on December 24 at 10 PM.

More information on Doris Day on MeTV is available at the official site here.

Even more information on Doris Day is available at her official site here.

View the new promo featuring Doris Day singing "Que Sera Sera" from THE DORIS DAY SHOW below.

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