Let's kick-start a thread dedicated entirely to the incomparable Doris Day. This woman had an impressive career as a big band and radio singer before being discovered for movies. Over the course of her film career, she appeared in thirty-nine features, and she spent four years as the most-popular American film star at the box office. She excelled in a string of bedroom farces in the early-to-mid sixties, although her stretches in a handful of more serious vehicles were just as rewarding to her talents. As her film career concluded, she unwillingly ventured into television, after-which she eventually retired from show business. She has rarely returned to the limelight since. What are your thoughts on this one-of-a-kind living legend?