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The Windy City from Calamity Jane (1953)

The Windy City from Calamity Jane (1953)

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Calamity Jane (Doris Day) sings "The Windy City" to her comrades upon her return from Chicago, where she had gone to entice the actress Adelaide Adams to perform at the local theatre. It's a beautiful number that reveals both her pride for Deadwood City and its people, as well as how sheltered she has been in the comfort of her little town. Coming down from a realization of how her masculine behaviour is perceived by other people, and how other women act and behave in other places, she may also be trying make a defensive claim about who and what she is. Lyrics: I just blew in from the Windy City The Windy City is mighty purty But they ain't got what we got, no sirree They've got shacks up to seven stories Never see any Morning Glory's But a step from our doorway... We got 'em for free! They've got those minstrel shows, Purty ladies in the big chapeaux Private lawns, public parks... For the sake of civic virtue, They've got fountains there that squirt you! I just blew in from the Windy City The Windy City is mighty purty But they ain't got what we got I'm tellin' ya, boys... We got more life in Deadwood City Than in all of Illinois! On the street was a dancing fellar All dressed up in a suit of yellar And the dance that he did there Went something like this: [tap dances] You should-a seen me a-wind'er shoppin' A-wind'er shoppin' with eyes a-poppin' At the sights that you see there, yes sirree Press a bell and a moment later, Up you go in an elevator Just as fast as a polecat a-climbin' a tree I heard claim hundreds came To a thing they call a baseball game Cigar stores, revolving doors Men wear sideburns, and they ought'er 'Cause a haircut costs a quarter! I just blew in from the Windy City The Windy City is mighty purty But they ain't got what we got. I'm tellin' ya, boys I ain't a-swappin' half of Deadwood For the whole of Illinois **Note: The content of this video belongs exclusively to Paramount Studios and all the people involved in its construction and distribution. I'm just a huge fan.
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I Can Do Without You from Calamity Jane (1953)

I Can Do Without You from Calamity Jane (1953)

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The courting dance of the Wild West, starring the defiant Calamity Jane (Doris Day), the exasperated Wild Bill Hickok (Howard Keel), and the on-looking Henry Miller (Paul Harvey). After Miller, owner of the theatre hall the Golden Garter, tried to pass off a male actor as a female singer (oh, the hilarity!), Calamity tried to save him from his very angry patrons by promising the visit of Adelaide Adams, star of the Chicago stage and the fantasy of all the men in Deadwood. Driven by the need to help out her dear friend, she had blurted out the only name she knew, not realizing the improbability of her statement. This scene starts with Miller, Calamity, and Wild Bill trying to decide what to do, and ends with a most entertaining display of anger and passion, performed through Kerr and Day's graceful slap-stick comedy. Lyrics: [Calamity:] In the Summer... you're the Winter In the finger... you're the splinter In the banquet, you're the stew. Say! I could do without you! [Wild Bill:] In the garden, you're the gopher, In the Levi's you're the loafer, Like an overturned canoe... Well, I could do without you! [Calamity:] You can go to... Philadelphia Take a hack to Hackensack. Hey!! I'll never RING a BELL fer ya! Or yell fer yer to come back!! [Wild Bill:] In the question, you're the why In the ointment, you're the FLY!! [Calamity:] Though I know some things are indispensable... Like a buck or two, If there's one thing I can do without, I can do without you! [Wild Bill:] In the barrel, you're a pickle In the goldmine, you're a nickel You're the tack inside my shoe. Yes!! I can do without you! [Calamity:] In my bosom, you're a dagger You're a mangy carpet-bagger! In the theatre you're the 'boo'! I can do without you. [Wild Bill:] You got charms, they ain't bewitchin' me!! You've a face no one would paint! [Calamity:] I got the darndest itch in me!! To be wherever you ain't! [Wild Bill:] In the bullfrog, you're the croak. [Calamity:] In the forest, poison oak! [Wild Bill:] Though I know some things are necessary My half-pint buckaroo, If there's one thing I can do without, I can do without..... [Calamity:] You're a knothead! [Wild Bill:] You're a faker! [Calamity:] You're a bonehead! [Wild Bill:] Troublemaker! [Both:] I can do without you! **Note: The content of this video belongs exclusively to Paramount Studios and all the people involved in its construction and distribution.
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The Deadwood Stage from Calamity Jane (1953)

The Deadwood Stage from Calamity Jane (1953)

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This is our first introduction to the boisterous Calamity Jane (Doris Day) as she arrives in Deadwood City with a wagon full of goods. The sequence extends to include her entry into the Golden Garter, where we encounter Wild Bill Hickok (Howard Keel); one of the love interests in the movie. Since, at this point, we're not sure of the relationship between Calam and Bill, we witness and interesting interaction between them as Calam introduces Bill as a "friend of a friend", and Bill hides a small smile. Lyrics: Oh the Deadwood Stage is a-rollin' on over the plains With the curtains flappin' and the driver slappin' the reins A beautiful sky, a wonderful day Whip crack-away, whip crack-away, whip crack-away Oh the Deadwood Stage is a-headin' on over the hills Where the Injun arrows are thicker than porcupine quills Dangerous land, no time to delay So whip crack-away, whip crack-away, whip crack-away We're headin' straight for town, loaded down With a fancy cargo, care of Wells and Fargo, Illinois - Boy! Oh the Deadwood Stage is a-comin' on over the crest Like a homin' pigeon that's a-hankerin' after its nest Twenty-three miles we've covered today So whip crack-away, whip crack-away, whip crack-away The wheels go turnin' round, homeward bound Can't you hear 'em hummin' Happy times are comin' for to stay - hey! We'll be home tonight by the light of the silvery moon And my heart's a-thumpin' like a mandolin a-plunkin' a tune When I get home, I'm fixin' to stay So whip crack-away, whip crack-away, whip crack-away Whip crack-away, whip crack-away, whip crack-away... [enters town, tune changes, Townspeople sing/say:] Here they be, here they be. How's about a welcome? A peaceful sort of welcome for the gang [gunshots] [Calamity Jane:] The Deadwood Stage is a-finally home again. [Townspeople:] Well excuse my stammer, if it ain't Calamity Jane. Hi-ya Calam... - What you bring us today? New rubber boots? Ten dollar suits? Things to crochet? [Calamity Jane:] Beads that sparkle like a prism, snake oil for your rheumatism, Calico and gingham for the girls. Gumdrops made up in Chicag-y, Gumdrops just a trifle soggy, And a genuine string of artificial pearls. Here's a hat from Cincinnati, same as Adelina Patti Wore in every famous concert hall! Cast your eye on Dr. Bores' patent-pending hair restorer, Guaranteed to grow hair on a billiard ball! [enters the Golden Garter, tune changes again] Introducin' Henry Miller, just as busy as a fizzy sarsaparilla Ain't a showman and he's smarter, operates the Golden Garter Where the cream of Deadwood City come to dine And I'm glad to say he's a very good friend of mine Hi Joe! Say, where d'you get them fancy clothes? I know! Off some fella's laundry line! Hi Beau! Aren't you the Prairie Rose? Smellin' like a watermelon vine! Here's the man the Sheriff watches On his gun there's more than twenty-seven notches On the draw there's no-one faster, And you're flirting with disaster, When Bill Hickok's reputation you malign. But I'm glad to say he's a very good friend, of a friend of mine. Oh! My throats as dry as a desert thistle in May, In the Golden Garter gonna wet my whistle today! Last to the bar's a three legged crow, Set 'em up Joe, Set 'em up Joe, Set 'em up Joe. Drinks on the house, Drinks on the house! Set 'em up Joe, Set 'em up Joe, Set 'em up Joe!!!!!! **Note: The content of this video belongs exclusively to Paramount Studios and all the people involved in its construction and distribution.
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Calamity Jane - Cowgirl, Hure, Heldin [Wilder Westen Doku 2014] (HD)

Calamity Jane - Cowgirl, Hure, Heldin [Wilder Westen Doku 2014] (HD)

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Von den Great Plains im Westen bis zu den Rocky Mountains, auf den Wagen der Siedler oder in den Satteln der Desperados - der Dokumentarfilm durchquert die USA auf den Spuren der außergewöhnlichen Wild-West-Heldin Calamity Jane. Er beschreibt den Mythos, vor allem aber die ereignisreiche und bewegende Geschichte der Martha Canary alias Calamity Jane, die in der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts lebte - zu der Zeit, als die letzten Siedlerkolonnen in Richtung Pazifik zogen. Sie erlebt die Entstehung des Journalismus, trug selbst ihren Teil zur Mär des Wilden Westens bei und lebte das Leben einer unabhängigen Frau.
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Weird Wonderful Women | Episode 3 - Martha "Calamity Jane" Canary

Weird Wonderful Women | Episode 3 - Martha "Calamity Jane" Canary

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The turbulent life of Martha Canary, the real "Calamity Jane". From prostitute to army scout and local legend, Martha was famed for her boldness and bravery. Intro music: "Is She With You" Hans Zimmer & Junkie XL - find it here on iTunes - https://goo.gl/SHGBJt Images courtesy of United States Library Of Congress, Denver Public Library and American Heritage Centre. For more episodes, follow the link to subscribe to Weird Wonderful Women - www.youtube.com/channel/UCKGf-SIV0bz0p2OVPnUqjtg?sub_confirmation=1
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The Life and Legends of Calamity Jane

The Life and Legends of Calamity Jane

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Author Richard W. Etulain discusses his new book, "The Life and Legends of Calamity Jane." Scores of dime novels and movie and TV Westerns have portrayed this original Wild West woman as an adventuresome, gun-toting hellion. Although Calamity Jane has probably been written about more than any other woman of the nineteenth-century American West, fiction and legend have largely obscured the facts of her life. This lively, concise, and exhaustively researched biography traces the real person from the Missouri farm where she was born in 1856 through the development of her notorious persona as a Wild West heroine. www.montanahistoricalsociety.org
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Western movies full movies - Calamity Jane and Sam Bass 1949 - free movies online

Western movies full movies - Calamity Jane and Sam Bass 1949 - free movies online

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Doris Day - A Woman's Touch

Doris Day - A Woman's Touch

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Doris Day & Cast - Calamity Jane (1953) - FINALE: Wedding Bells

Doris Day & Cast - Calamity Jane (1953) - FINALE: Wedding Bells

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Doris Day & Cast - Calamity Jane (1953) - FINALE: Wedding Bells Calamity Jane is a Technicolor western musical released in 1953. It is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane and explores an alleged romance between Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok in the American Old West. The film starred Doris Day as the title character and Howard Keel as Hickok. It was devised by Warner Brothers in response to the success of Annie Get Your Gun. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Secret Love", Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster) and was also nominated for Scoring of a Musical Picture and Best Sound, Recording (William A. Mueller) . Cast… • Doris Day - Calamity Jane • Howard Keel - Wild Bill Hickok • Allyn Ann McLerie - Katie BrownPhilip Carey - Lt. Daniel Gilmartin • Dick Wesson - Francis Fryer • Paul Harvey - Henry MillerChubby Johnson - RattlesnakeGale Robbins - Adelaid AdamsFrancis McDonald - HankMonte Montague - PeteBess Flowers - Officer's Wife in Reception Doris Day (born Doris Mary DoriAnn Kappelhoff; April 3, 1922 or 1924) is a retired American actress and singer, and continuing animal welfare activist. Day began her career as a big band singer in 1939. Her popularity began to rise after her first hit recording "Sentimental Journey", in 1945. After leaving Les Brown & His Band of Renown to embark on a solo career, Day started her long-lasting partnership with Columbia Records, which remained her only recording label. The contract lasted from 1947 to 1967 and included more than 650 recordings, making Day one of the most popular and acclaimed singers of the 20th century. She received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and a Legend Award from the Society of Singers. In 2011 – well into her late 80s – she released her 29th studio album, My Heart, which debuted at No. 9 on the UK Top 40 charts, which made her the oldest living artist to score a UK Top 10 with an album featuring new material. In 1948, Day was persuaded by songwriters Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne and by Al Levy, her agent at the time, to audition for Romance on the High Seas, which led to a 20-year career in film. She became well known for her string of musicals with Gordon MacRae in the early 1950s, and later, romantic comedies with handsome leading men such as Clark Gable in Teacher's Pet (1958), Rock Hudson in Pillow Talk (1959), Lover Come Back (1961) and Send Me No Flowers (1964), Cary Grant in That Touch of Mink (1962), and James Garner in The Thrill of It All and Move Over, Darling (1963). She was ranked the biggest box-office star, the only woman appearing on that list in the era, for four years (1960, 1962, 1963 and 1964), ranking in the top 10 in ten different years (1951–52 and 1959–66). She became the top-ranking female box-office star of all time and is currently ranked sixth among the top 10 box office performers (male and female), as of 2012, despite making her last film in 1968. Day received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Pillow Talk, won three Henrietta Awards (World Film Favorite), and received the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's Career Achievement Award. In 1989, she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in motion pictures. Her strong commitment to animal welfare began in 1971, when she co-founded Actors and Others for Animals. She started her own non-profit organization in the 1970s, the Doris Day Animal Foundation and, later, the Doris Day Animal League (DDAL). Establishing the annual observance Spay Day USA in 1995, the Doris Day Animal League now partners with The Humane Society of the United States and continues to be a leading advocacy organization. In 2004, she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush in recognition of her distinguished service to the country. Day is retired from acting and performing, but has continued her work in animal rights and welfare causes. Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff was born on April 3, 1922 or 1924 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of Alma Sophia (née Welz), a housewife, and William Joseph Kappelhoff, a music teacher and choir master. All of her grandparents were German immigrants. The youngest of three siblings, she had two older brothers: Richard (who died before her birth) and Paul, several years older. Due to her father's alleged infidelity, her parents separated. She developed an early interest in dance, and in the mid-1930s formed a dance duo with Jerry Doherty that performed locally in Cincinnati. A car accident on October 13, 1937, injured her legs and curtailed her prospects as a professional dancer.
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Calamity Jane (1953) Official Trailer - Doris Day, Howard Keel Movie HD

Calamity Jane (1953) Official Trailer - Doris Day, Howard Keel Movie HD

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Calamity Jane (1953) Official Trailer - Doris Day, Howard Keel Movie HD Subscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Like us on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/1QyRMsE Follow us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Deadwood, Dakota Territory, is largely the abode of men, where Indian scout Calamity Jane is as hard-riding, boastful, and handy with a gun as any; quite an overpowering personality. But the army lieutenant she favors doesn't really appreciate her finer qualities. One of Jane's boasts brings her to Chicago to recruit an actress for the Golden Garter stage. Arrived, the lady in question appears (at first) to be a more feminine rival for the favors of Jane's male friends...including her friendly enemy Wild Bill Hickock. Welcome to the Fandango MOVIECLIPS Trailer Vault Channel. Where trailers from the past, from recent to long ago, from a time before YouTube, can be enjoyed by all. We search near and far for original movie trailer from all decades. Feel free to send us your trailer requests and we will do our best to hunt it down.
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Calamity Jane "Mean Song" ‌‌ - Bohemia Afterdark

Calamity Jane "Mean Song" ‌‌ - Bohemia Afterdark

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NEW Channel! Come Subscribe to Bohemia Afterdark's NEW Channel! We will be unlocking more of the music vault! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsM-iljUTTWr-Tu9-qrXEzA ​​ Calamity Jane got the call to join Nirvana for a concert at the huge Velez Sarsfield Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The show was on October 30, 1992, and by all accounts, the Calamity girls were given a riotous reception—but not in a good way ‌‌ Bohemia Afterdark is a channel for music lovers that remember the alternative, grunge and hip hop music from the late 80’s and early 90’s. Music featured on BVMTV during that time typically was not seen anywhere else. Subscribe to the NEW Bohemia Afterdark channel as we work through our library of thousands of music videos, interviews, events and more. Want to be featured on BVMTV? Submit your band info to the email address below as we would love to hear more about you and your music. email: bohemiamusicvault@gmail.com Bohemia Afterdark launched on TVs in 1982 and operated in Phoenix, AZ, but early history is unknown until 1990 when they moved to Portland, Oregon. In 1992 they began airing on KPDX Portland and then they move to KWBP in 1994. In 1995 they began airing on 22 Network One affiliates. In 1997 Network One shut down and the service moved to KOIN and in 2001, the service moved back to Phoenix, airing on KASW, then in 2002, moved to KPHO-TV. In 2003 they got their own station, KPHE-LP, at the time broadcasting on channel 19 in Mesa, Arizona, and changed their name to Bohemia Visual Music. KPHE moved to channel 44 in Phoenix in 2005.[2] Bohemia Visual Music changed their name to 24-7 Videos for a few months from mid-2005 to early-2006, then reverted to Bohemia Visual Music. Be sure to subscribe to the new BVMTV channel for more videos from the Bohemia Music Vault! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsM-iljUTTWr-Tu9-qrXEzA BVMTV Website: http://bvmtv.com/ BVMTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bohemiavisualmusic BVMTV Twitter https://twitter.com/JeffBVMTV BVMTV Digg http://digg.com/bvmtvmusic BVMTV Tumblr http://www.tumblr.com/blog/bvmtv BVMTV Myspace http://myspace.com/bohemiavisualmusic
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Camélia Jordana - Calamity Jane

Camélia Jordana - Calamity Jane

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EP05 - Lucky Luke (1984) : "Calamity Jane"

EP05 - Lucky Luke (1984) : "Calamity Jane"

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Lucky Luke, épisode 5 : "Calamity Jane". (S1E05) Synopsis : Lucky Luke et la célèbre Calamity Jane arrivent à El Plomo, où la cow-girl remporte le saloon lors d'une partie de bras de fer. Rêvant de devenir une femme distinguée, elle fait appel à un professeur de maintien, qui lui réserve bien des surprises...
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Calamity Jane (1953) - Trailer

Calamity Jane (1953) - Trailer

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Starring DORIS DAY, "Calamity Jane" is an energetic musical about the unlikely romance of famed Western tomboy Calamity Jane and gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok. In an attempt to lure a handsome Army lieutenant away from another woman, Jane trades in her gunslinging and uniforms for housekeeping and dresses, and wins the affections of Wild Bill instead.Copyright 1953 Warner Brothers. All rights reserved. MPAA Rating: NOTRATED 1953 Warner Bros. #Trailer #WB
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Doris Day sings "Secret Love" from "Calamity Jane" (1953)

Doris Day sings "Secret Love" from "Calamity Jane" (1953)

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Doris Day made famous Oscar winning song "Secret Love" in the film "Calamity Jane." This incredibly gifted actress and singer ushered in the award for "Best Original Song" in the 1953 Academy Awards.
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Doris Day & Cast - Calamity Jane (1953) - A 'Shot' Glass & Two Broken Hearts

Doris Day & Cast - Calamity Jane (1953) - A 'Shot' Glass & Two Broken Hearts

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Doris Day & Cast - Calamity Jane (1953) - A 'Shot' Glass & Two Broken Hearts Calamity Jane is a Technicolor western musical released in 1953. It is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane and explores an alleged romance between Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok in the American Old West. The film starred Doris Day as the title character and Howard Keel as Hickok. It was devised by Warner Brothers in response to the success of Annie Get Your Gun. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Secret Love", Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster) and was also nominated for Scoring of a Musical Picture and Best Sound, Recording (William A. Mueller) . Cast… • Doris Day - Calamity Jane • Howard Keel - Wild Bill Hickok • Allyn Ann McLerie - Katie BrownPhilip Carey - Lt. Daniel Gilmartin • Dick Wesson - Francis Fryer • Paul Harvey - Henry MillerChubby Johnson - RattlesnakeGale Robbins - Adelaid AdamsFrancis McDonald - HankMonte Montague - PeteBess Flowers - Officer's Wife in Reception Doris Day (born Doris Mary DoriAnn Kappelhoff; April 3, 1922 or 1924) is a retired American actress and singer, and continuing animal welfare activist. Day began her career as a big band singer in 1939. Her popularity began to rise after her first hit recording "Sentimental Journey", in 1945. After leaving Les Brown & His Band of Renown to embark on a solo career, Day started her long-lasting partnership with Columbia Records, which remained her only recording label. The contract lasted from 1947 to 1967 and included more than 650 recordings, making Day one of the most popular and acclaimed singers of the 20th century. She received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and a Legend Award from the Society of Singers. In 2011 – well into her late 80s – she released her 29th studio album, My Heart, which debuted at No. 9 on the UK Top 40 charts, which made her the oldest living artist to score a UK Top 10 with an album featuring new material. In 1948, Day was persuaded by songwriters Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne and by Al Levy, her agent at the time, to audition for Romance on the High Seas, which led to a 20-year career in film. She became well known for her string of musicals with Gordon MacRae in the early 1950s, and later, romantic comedies with handsome leading men such as Clark Gable in Teacher's Pet (1958), Rock Hudson in Pillow Talk (1959), Lover Come Back (1961) and Send Me No Flowers (1964), Cary Grant in That Touch of Mink (1962), and James Garner in The Thrill of It All and Move Over, Darling (1963). She was ranked the biggest box-office star, the only woman appearing on that list in the era, for four years (1960, 1962, 1963 and 1964), ranking in the top 10 in ten different years (1951–52 and 1959–66). She became the top-ranking female box-office star of all time and is currently ranked sixth among the top 10 box office performers (male and female), as of 2012, despite making her last film in 1968. Day received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Pillow Talk, won three Henrietta Awards (World Film Favorite), and received the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's Career Achievement Award. In 1989, she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in motion pictures. Her strong commitment to animal welfare began in 1971, when she co-founded Actors and Others for Animals. She started her own non-profit organization in the 1970s, the Doris Day Animal Foundation and, later, the Doris Day Animal League (DDAL). Establishing the annual observance Spay Day USA in 1995, the Doris Day Animal League now partners with The Humane Society of the United States and continues to be a leading advocacy organization. In 2004, she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush in recognition of her distinguished service to the country. Day is retired from acting and performing, but has continued her work in animal rights and welfare causes. Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff was born on April 3, 1922 or 1924 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of Alma Sophia (née Welz), a housewife, and William Joseph Kappelhoff, a music teacher and choir master. All of her grandparents were German immigrants. The youngest of three siblings, she had two older brothers: Richard (who died before her birth) and Paul, several years older. Due to her father's alleged infidelity, her parents separated. She developed an early interest in dance, and in the mid-1930s formed a dance duo with Jerry Doherty that performed locally in Cincinnati. A car accident on October 13, 1937, injured her legs and curtailed her prospects as a professional dancer.
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Doris Day & Allyn McLerie - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam Hires Adelaid or Does She?

Doris Day & Allyn McLerie - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam Hires Adelaid or Does She?

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Doris Day & Allyn McLerie - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam Hires Adelaid or Does She? Calamity Jane is a Technicolor western musical released in 1953. It is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane and explores an alleged romance between Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok in the American Old West. The film starred Doris Day as the title character and Howard Keel as Hickok. It was devised by Warner Brothers in response to the success of Annie Get Your Gun. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Secret Love", Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster) and was also nominated for Scoring of a Musical Picture and Best Sound, Recording (William A. Mueller) . Cast… • Doris Day - Calamity Jane • Howard Keel - Wild Bill Hickok • Allyn Ann McLerie - Katie BrownPhilip Carey - Lt. Daniel Gilmartin • Dick Wesson - Francis Fryer • Paul Harvey - Henry MillerChubby Johnson - RattlesnakeGale Robbins - Adelaid AdamsFrancis McDonald - HankMonte Montague - PeteBess Flowers - Officer's Wife in Reception Doris Day (born Doris Mary DoriAnn Kappelhoff; April 3, 1922 or 1924) is a retired American actress and singer, and continuing animal welfare activist. Day began her career as a big band singer in 1939. Her popularity began to rise after her first hit recording "Sentimental Journey", in 1945. After leaving Les Brown & His Band of Renown to embark on a solo career, Day started her long-lasting partnership with Columbia Records, which remained her only recording label. The contract lasted from 1947 to 1967 and included more than 650 recordings, making Day one of the most popular and acclaimed singers of the 20th century. She received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and a Legend Award from the Society of Singers. In 2011 – well into her late 80s – she released her 29th studio album, My Heart, which debuted at No. 9 on the UK Top 40 charts, which made her the oldest living artist to score a UK Top 10 with an album featuring new material. In 1948, Day was persuaded by songwriters Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne and by Al Levy, her agent at the time, to audition for Romance on the High Seas, which led to a 20-year career in film. She became well known for her string of musicals with Gordon MacRae in the early 1950s, and later, romantic comedies with handsome leading men such as Clark Gable in Teacher's Pet (1958), Rock Hudson in Pillow Talk (1959), Lover Come Back (1961) and Send Me No Flowers (1964), Cary Grant in That Touch of Mink (1962), and James Garner in The Thrill of It All and Move Over, Darling (1963). She was ranked the biggest box-office star, the only woman appearing on that list in the era, for four years (1960, 1962, 1963 and 1964), ranking in the top 10 in ten different years (1951–52 and 1959–66). She became the top-ranking female box-office star of all time and is currently ranked sixth among the top 10 box office performers (male and female), as of 2012, despite making her last film in 1968. Day received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Pillow Talk, won three Henrietta Awards (World Film Favorite), and received the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's Career Achievement Award. In 1989, she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in motion pictures. Her strong commitment to animal welfare began in 1971, when she co-founded Actors and Others for Animals. She started her own non-profit organization in the 1970s, the Doris Day Animal Foundation and, later, the Doris Day Animal League (DDAL). Establishing the annual observance Spay Day USA in 1995, the Doris Day Animal League now partners with The Humane Society of the United States and continues to be a leading advocacy organization. In 2004, she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush in recognition of her distinguished service to the country. Day is retired from acting and performing, but has continued her work in animal rights and welfare causes. Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff was born on April 3, 1922 or 1924 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of Alma Sophia (née Welz), a housewife, and William Joseph Kappelhoff, a music teacher and choir master. All of her grandparents were German immigrants. The youngest of three siblings, she had two older brothers: Richard (who died before her birth) and Paul, several years older. Due to her father's alleged infidelity, her parents separated. She developed an early interest in dance, and in the mid-1930s formed a dance duo with Jerry Doherty that performed locally in Cincinnati. A car accident on October 13, 1937, injured her legs and curtailed her prospects as a professional dancer.
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Doris Day & Howard Keel - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam & Wild Bill Find Love

Doris Day & Howard Keel - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam & Wild Bill Find Love

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Doris Day & Howard Keel - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam & Wild Bill Find Love Calamity Jane is a Technicolor western musical released in 1953. It is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane and explores an alleged romance between Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok in the American Old West. The film starred Doris Day as the title character and Howard Keel as Hickok. It was devised by Warner Brothers in response to the success of Annie Get Your Gun. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Secret Love", Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster) and was also nominated for Scoring of a Musical Picture and Best Sound, Recording (William A. Mueller) . Cast… • Doris Day - Calamity Jane • Howard Keel - Wild Bill Hickok • Allyn Ann McLerie - Katie BrownPhilip Carey - Lt. Daniel Gilmartin • Dick Wesson - Francis Fryer • Paul Harvey - Henry MillerChubby Johnson - RattlesnakeGale Robbins - Adelaid AdamsFrancis McDonald - HankMonte Montague - PeteBess Flowers - Officer's Wife in Reception Doris Day (born Doris Mary DoriAnn Kappelhoff; April 3, 1922 or 1924) is a retired American actress and singer, and continuing animal welfare activist. Day began her career as a big band singer in 1939. Her popularity began to rise after her first hit recording "Sentimental Journey", in 1945. After leaving Les Brown & His Band of Renown to embark on a solo career, Day started her long-lasting partnership with Columbia Records, which remained her only recording label. The contract lasted from 1947 to 1967 and included more than 650 recordings, making Day one of the most popular and acclaimed singers of the 20th century. She received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and a Legend Award from the Society of Singers. In 2011 – well into her late 80s – she released her 29th studio album, My Heart, which debuted at No. 9 on the UK Top 40 charts, which made her the oldest living artist to score a UK Top 10 with an album featuring new material. In 1948, Day was persuaded by songwriters Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne and by Al Levy, her agent at the time, to audition for Romance on the High Seas, which led to a 20-year career in film. She became well known for her string of musicals with Gordon MacRae in the early 1950s, and later, romantic comedies with handsome leading men such as Clark Gable in Teacher's Pet (1958), Rock Hudson in Pillow Talk (1959), Lover Come Back (1961) and Send Me No Flowers (1964), Cary Grant in That Touch of Mink (1962), and James Garner in The Thrill of It All and Move Over, Darling (1963). She was ranked the biggest box-office star, the only woman appearing on that list in the era, for four years (1960, 1962, 1963 and 1964), ranking in the top 10 in ten different years (1951–52 and 1959–66). She became the top-ranking female box-office star of all time and is currently ranked sixth among the top 10 box office performers (male and female), as of 2012, despite making her last film in 1968. Day received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Pillow Talk, won three Henrietta Awards (World Film Favorite), and received the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's Career Achievement Award. In 1989, she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in motion pictures. Her strong commitment to animal welfare began in 1971, when she co-founded Actors and Others for Animals. She started her own non-profit organization in the 1970s, the Doris Day Animal Foundation and, later, the Doris Day Animal League (DDAL). Establishing the annual observance Spay Day USA in 1995, the Doris Day Animal League now partners with The Humane Society of the United States and continues to be a leading advocacy organization. In 2004, she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush in recognition of her distinguished service to the country. Day is retired from acting and performing, but has continued her work in animal rights and welfare causes. Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff was born on April 3, 1922 or 1924 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of Alma Sophia (née Welz), a housewife, and William Joseph Kappelhoff, a music teacher and choir master. All of her grandparents were German immigrants. The youngest of three siblings, she had two older brothers: Richard (who died before her birth) and Paul, several years older. Due to her father's alleged infidelity, her parents separated. She developed an early interest in dance, and in the mid-1930s formed a dance duo with Jerry Doherty that performed locally in Cincinnati. A car accident on October 13, 1937, injured her legs and curtailed her prospects as a professional dancer.
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Black Hills of Dakota from Calamity Jane (1953)

Black Hills of Dakota from Calamity Jane (1953)

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The town heads out to the Ft. Scully Annual Ball, with Calamity Jane (Doris Day) and Wild Bill (Howard Keel) seated prominently in the head carriage and Lt. Danny Gilmartin (Philip Carey) and Katie (Allyn Ann McLerie) behind them. Wild Bill and Danny had previously drawn straws to see who would get to escort Katie; Wild Bill, as the loser, has now been forced to spend the evening with Calamity. Bitterly, in his typical cutting fashion, he critiques Calamity's attire (what he can see of it) and she puts him in his place with a slow explanation (like one would give to a child). Then, in a rare moment of agreement, they sing their pride and love for their homeland, accompanied by the rest of the cast. (An aside: When I watch this video, I always want to poke Danny in the eye and wipe that smug, arrogant smile off his face!) Lyrics: [Wild Bill:] Take me back to the black hills, The black hills of Dakota. To the beautiful Indian country that I love. [Calamity:] Lost my heart in the black hills, The black hills of Dakota, Where the pines are so high that they kiss the skies above. [Calamity, Wild Bill, Katie, and Danny:] And when I get that lonesome feeling, And I'm miles away from home, I hear the voice of the mystic mountains calling me back home. [Calamity and Wild Bill:] So take me back to the black hills, The black hills of Dakota. To the beautiful Indian country that I love. [Chorus:] Take me back to the black hills, the black hills of Dakota. To the beautiful Indian country that I love. [Bill:] Lost my heart in the black hills [Calamity and Wild Bill:] The black hills of Dakota, Where the pines are so high, that they kiss the sky above. And when I get that lonesome feeling, And I'm miles away from home, I hear the voice of the mystic mountains callin' me back home. [All:] So take me back to the black hills, The black hills of Dakota. To the beautiful Indian country that I love. [Calamity and Wild Bill:] To the beautiful Indian country that I love. **Note: The content of this video belongs exclusively to Paramount Studios and all the people involved in its construction and distribution.
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WOMEN OF THE WILD WEST - Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane, Pearl Hart (HISTORY DOCUMENTARY)

WOMEN OF THE WILD WEST - Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane, Pearl Hart (HISTORY DOCUMENTARY)

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WOMEN OF THE WILD WEST - Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane, Pearl Hart (HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane, Belle Starr, Pearl Hart: Toting guns, these women of the Wild West shot down the view that life as a female pioneer was about cooking, sewing, cleaning and caring for children. Born during a time when women stood in the shadows of their rugged men, these trailblazers proved that they were as good - if not better - than their male counterparts. Some of them became legends as outlaws, shocking society with their ruthless and unladylike behavior. Martha "Calamity Jane" Canary epitomized this tough rebellious character. Hard-drinking, gun-slinging and bragging of her exploits, she often posed as a man to get ahead. Travelling to the West at the age of 13 with her parents, she eschewed the traditional female role and spent most of her time with the men and joining hunting parties. As Calamity Jane describes it, she was commended by the others as a remarkably good shot and a fearless rider. Later she worked as a scout, donning the male uniform and fighting the Indians. Earning the reputation of being able to handle a horse better than most men and shoot like a cowboy, she toured with Buffalo Bill Cody and Sitting Bull in the Wild West Show. Annie Oakley, also made famous in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, proved a remarkable skill with a gun and made a career for herself that many never imagined could have been done by a woman. Unlike Calamity Jane, though, Annie Oakley, the Quaker, retained her feminine style of dress with a calf-length skirt, long sleeves and leggings, making it her trademark. While Calamity Jane and Annie Oakley wielded a gun, they never used it as a threat - unlike outlaws Pearl Hart and Belle Starr. Pearl Hart was inspired by the strong women of the west, particularly Annie Oakley with whom she became enamoured after seeing her perform. Leaving her children at home in Canada, Hart moved to Arizona and soon found herself engaged in criminal activity as a solution to her financial woes. It began with minor theft - luring men into her room, after which they'd be knocked out and robbed. Soon Hart and her partner Joe Boot were planning a more elaborate heist - robbing the stagecoach that ran between Florence and Globe, Arizona. While Joe Boot held up the driver, Pearl Hart - with her hair cut and dressed as a man - robbed the passengers. They were caught, she escaped from jail, and the "Bandit Queen" legend was born. At her trial she famously expressed her feelings on women's rights, saying: "I shall not consent to be tried under a law in which my sex had no voice in making." The most famous "Bandit Queen" was Belle Starr, whose association with Jesse James and the Younger brothers, and her extensive list of illegal activity, made her one of the most notorious female outlaws in the Wild West. Having no use for long, restrictive Victorian dresses, Belle Starr wore buckskins and boots, a man's Stetson hat with an ostrich plume, and proudly displayed her pistols. When not dressing as a man and committing robbery, legend says she spent her time in saloons, drinking and gambling and galloping down streets with guns blazing. When her husband Jim Reed was shot by a deputy sheriff after being in custody for a stagecoach robbery, Belle put her children in the care of relatives and took up a variety of illegal activities - organizing robberies and harboring criminals. In and out of courts and prison, Belle's life ended in a suitably dramatic fashion: shot in the back while riding home from the store to her ranch. The incredible tales of these women became folklore, their exploits romanticized and exaggerated in dime novels and later in the musical and motion picture industries. Though the line between fact and imagination is blurred and often difficult to separate, one thing is clear: these women of the Wild West were pioneers in their own way, challenging the traditional roles of women in the 19th century.
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Calamity Jane (1963 Carol Burnett)

Calamity Jane (1963 Carol Burnett)

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Baby Carol in all her glory. Carol Burnett, Art Lund, Bernard West, Beryl Towbin.
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Mt Moriah Cemetery - Wild Bill & Calamity Jane

Mt Moriah Cemetery - Wild Bill & Calamity Jane

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James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok and Martha "Calamity Jane" Burke grave sites have been restored several different times over the last 100 years.
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Doris Day & Cast - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam's Jealousy

Doris Day & Cast - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam's Jealousy

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Doris Day & Cast - Calamity Jane (1953) - Calam's Jealousy Calamity Jane is a Technicolor western musical released in 1953. It is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane and explores an alleged romance between Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok in the American Old West. The film starred Doris Day as the title character and Howard Keel as Hickok. It was devised by Warner Brothers in response to the success of Annie Get Your Gun. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song ("Secret Love", Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster) and was also nominated for Scoring of a Musical Picture and Best Sound, Recording (William A. Mueller) . Cast… • Doris Day - Calamity Jane • Howard Keel - Wild Bill Hickok • Allyn Ann McLerie - Katie BrownPhilip Carey - Lt. Daniel Gilmartin • Dick Wesson - Francis Fryer • Paul Harvey - Henry MillerChubby Johnson - RattlesnakeGale Robbins - Adelaid AdamsFrancis McDonald - HankMonte Montague - PeteBess Flowers - Officer's Wife in Reception Doris Day (born Doris Mary DoriAnn Kappelhoff; April 3, 1922 or 1924) is a retired American actress and singer, and continuing animal welfare activist. Day began her career as a big band singer in 1939. Her popularity began to rise after her first hit recording "Sentimental Journey", in 1945. After leaving Les Brown & His Band of Renown to embark on a solo career, Day started her long-lasting partnership with Columbia Records, which remained her only recording label. The contract lasted from 1947 to 1967 and included more than 650 recordings, making Day one of the most popular and acclaimed singers of the 20th century. She received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and a Legend Award from the Society of Singers. In 2011 – well into her late 80s – she released her 29th studio album, My Heart, which debuted at No. 9 on the UK Top 40 charts, which made her the oldest living artist to score a UK Top 10 with an album featuring new material. In 1948, Day was persuaded by songwriters Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne and by Al Levy, her agent at the time, to audition for Romance on the High Seas, which led to a 20-year career in film. She became well known for her string of musicals with Gordon MacRae in the early 1950s, and later, romantic comedies with handsome leading men such as Clark Gable in Teacher's Pet (1958), Rock Hudson in Pillow Talk (1959), Lover Come Back (1961) and Send Me No Flowers (1964), Cary Grant in That Touch of Mink (1962), and James Garner in The Thrill of It All and Move Over, Darling (1963). She was ranked the biggest box-office star, the only woman appearing on that list in the era, for four years (1960, 1962, 1963 and 1964), ranking in the top 10 in ten different years (1951–52 and 1959–66). She became the top-ranking female box-office star of all time and is currently ranked sixth among the top 10 box office performers (male and female), as of 2012, despite making her last film in 1968. Day received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Pillow Talk, won three Henrietta Awards (World Film Favorite), and received the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's Career Achievement Award. In 1989, she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in motion pictures. Her strong commitment to animal welfare began in 1971, when she co-founded Actors and Others for Animals. She started her own non-profit organization in the 1970s, the Doris Day Animal Foundation and, later, the Doris Day Animal League (DDAL). Establishing the annual observance Spay Day USA in 1995, the Doris Day Animal League now partners with The Humane Society of the United States and continues to be a leading advocacy organization. In 2004, she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush in recognition of her distinguished service to the country. Day is retired from acting and performing, but has continued her work in animal rights and welfare causes. Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff was born on April 3, 1922 or 1924 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of Alma Sophia (née Welz), a housewife, and William Joseph Kappelhoff, a music teacher and choir master. All of her grandparents were German immigrants. The youngest of three siblings, she had two older brothers: Richard (who died before her birth) and Paul, several years older. Due to her father's alleged infidelity, her parents separated. She developed an early interest in dance, and in the mid-1930s formed a dance duo with Jerry Doherty that performed locally in Cincinnati. A car accident on October 13, 1937, injured her legs and curtailed her prospects as a professional dancer.
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Calamity Jane, and Allyn Ann McLerie

Calamity Jane, and Allyn Ann McLerie

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Keep It Under Your Hut
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