Film and recording superstar Doris Day stars in her first television music special, singing a collection of her greatest hits ("It's Magic," "Sentimental Journey," "Secret Love"), showtunes ("Who Will Buy?" from Oliver
, "Hurry, It's Lovely Up Here" from On A Clear Day You Can See Forever
), and other pop classics such as "Both Sides Now," "The 59th Street Bridge Song" (Feelin' Groovy) and the Beatles' "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da."
Special guest Perry Como performs "Didn't We" and duets with Doris for a nostalgic medley of songs, including "Everybody Loves A Lover" and "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." With her pet dogs, Doris offers "You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby" and joins a dance troupe for "The Gypsy In My Soul" and "Them Was The Good Old Days." In addition, Doris' motion-picture partner Rock Hudson makes a surprise appearance and, as an added bonus, never-before-seen outtakes and deleted scenes are featured on this DVD debut, which received an Emmy nomination when it originally aired as "The Doris Mary Anne Kappelhoff Special" on CBS-TV in 1971.
This TV special originally aired in 1971, and sees Doris Day performing show tunes and hit singles, while also welcoming various special guests on stage to duet with her.