Doris Day signed 8 x 10 photograph (personalized), 1 45 Record Set & Lot of 71 VHS NTSC Formatted Doris Day Movie Tapes. Asking $300 for all.
33 Different Movies ~ Some Sealed, Used, Vintage, Rare, and/or OOP
Born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff on April 3, 1922, in Cincinnati, Ohio and passed away May 13, 2019, in Carmel Valley, California (pneumonia)
This is my personal collection that I collected over many years and included in this auction are the following Doris Day related items:
1) The color photograph was printed on Kodak professional paper and it’s signed by Doris Day. I’m guessing was from the mid-eighties, possibly for my 25th birthday. She penned “To Linda with love on your birthday ----!! Doris Day”. This autographed photo has been stored in the frame shown to keep it flat and the frame may be used a packaging material or removed. Note that there’s a paperclip mark on the photograph in upper left top—see photo w/ paper clip on top of frame denoting approximate position of mark/indentation.
2) A 4-record 45 rpm set of I’ll see you in my dreams. This set is marked B-289. The set is UNTESTED but appears to be in fairly good used condition—some minor scratches on records and discoloration of sleeves; however, I don’t have a record player to test the records.
3) Lastly, there are 70 movie VHS NTSC tapes plus one Biography tape.
I started my collection by buying each one that was out in VHS NTSC format and watched them. Then I started enhancing the collection by getting copies that were sealed and there are 24 among the tapes listed. Lastly, I enhanced it further when I came across tapes where the cover and/or casing is different than those previously purchased. Most are in the cardboard sleeve type case but there are about 6 that are in the clam shell type case.
So in this collection there are 62 different covers for 33 different movies plus 8 repeated covers and the counts w/ repeats follow. I’ve also included the Biography – Doris Day – It’s Magic that although it’s not a movie, it is a VHS NTSC tape. One last note. The tape inside one copy (of 3) of The Thrill of It All has a post-it note on it and I wrote “BAD TAPE” on it, so it’s just included for the cover/case.
The 71 tapes included in this auction are:
April in Paris (Ethel S. 'Dynamite' Jackson) 1952 (2)
Billy Rose's Jumbo (Kitty Wonder) 1962 (2)
By the Light of the Silvery Moon (Marjorie Winfield) 1953 (3 (1R))
Calamity Jane (Calamity Jane) 1953 4 (1R)
I'll See You in My Dreams (Grace LeBoy Kahn) 1951 (2)
It's a Great Feeling (Judy Adams) 1949 (1)
Julie(Julie Benton) 1956 (2)
Love Me or Leave Me (Ruth Etting) 1955 (3 (1R))
Lover Come Back (Carol Templeton) 1961 (2)
Lucky Me (Candy Williams) 1954 (2)
Lullaby of Broadway (Melinda Howard) 1951 (2)
Midnight Lace (Kit Preston) 1960 (1)
Move Over, Darling (Ellen Wagstaff Arden) 1963 (1)
My Dream Is Yours (Martha Gibson) 1949 (1)
On Moonlight Bay (Marjorie Winfield) 1951 (3 (1R))
Pillow Talk (Jan Morrow) 1959 (3)
Please Don't Eat the Daisies (Kate Robinson Mackay) 1960 (3)
Romance on the High Seas (Georgia Garrett) 1948 (2 (1R))
Send Me No Flowers (Judy) 1964 (2)
Tea for Two (Nanette Carter) 1950 (2)
Teacher's Pet (Erica Stone) 1958 (2)
That Touch of Mink (Cathy Timberlake) 1962 (3)
The Glass Bottom Boat (Jennifer Nelson) 1966 (2 (1R))
The Man Who Knew Too Much (Josephine Conway McKenna) 1956 (3)
The Pajama Game (Babe Williams) 1957 (3 (1R))
The Thrill of It All (Beverly Boyer) – One tape is marked “Bad” in my hand-writing. 1963 (3)
The Tunnel of Love (Isolde Poole) 1958 (1)
The West Point Story (Jan Wilson) 1950 (2 (1R))
The Winning Team (Aimee Alexander) 1952 (1)
Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? (Margaret Garrison) 1968 (1)
With Six You Get Eggroll (Abby McClure) 1968 (2)
Young at Heart (Laurie Tuttle) 1954 (2)
Young Man with a Horn (Jo Jordan) 1950 (2)
Biography - Doris Day - It's Magic 1998 (1)
Note that “(1R) means that 1 copy of either 2 or 3 has the same cover design. For Example, “3 (1R)” means there’s 3 copies of the movie of which 1 copy will have the same cover design as one of the other 2 copies.
Note also that there were several movies made over the years that Doris Day starred in that are not included because they never came out in VHS NTSC format.
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