Re: Doris Day Fights the Eastern and Portland Railroad
Author: WebDigger
Date: 05-14-2019 - 11:59

Pdxrailtransit Wrote:
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> [en.wikipedia.org]
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> [www.youtube.com]


Thanks, Pdxrailtransit.

Here's a link to the full movie: [www.dailymotion.com]

Bonuses, found via Google search ["doris day" railroad OR train]: [www.google.com]

Doris Day - Choo Choo Train: [www.youtube.com]

"Ms. Day never wanted to be a movie star. At 15 she was a good enough dancer to win the $500 first prize in an amateur contest. Her mother and the parents of her 12-year-old partner used the money to take them both to Los Angeles for professional dancing lessons. The families intended to move west permanently, but Dorisís right leg was shattered when the automobile in which she was riding was hit by a train." NYT Obit

Oct 15, 1937 Doris Day train accident: [www.newspapers.com]

"In 1947, Doris Day passed through Schuylkill County. The actress was photographed at the Tamaqua train station in between performances. There is still a commemorative brick at the old train station in the spot where the photo was taken." [wnep.com]

Doris Day - The Blue Train: [www.youtube.com]



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Doris Day Fights the Eastern and Portland Railroad Pdxrailtransit 05-14-2019 - 11:24
  Re: Doris Day Fights the Eastern and Portland Railroad WebDigger 05-14-2019 - 11:59
  Re: Doris Day Fights the Eastern and Portland Railroad Goatboat 05-14-2019 - 11:59
  Re: Doris Day Fights the Eastern and Portland Railroad Nudge 05-15-2019 - 16:51


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