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Mark Miller, ‘Please Don’t Eat the Daisies’ Star and ‘Walk in the Clouds’ Screenwriter, Dies at 97

Mark Miller, who portrayed the patriarch of a castle-dwelling family on the 1960s NBC sitcom Please Don’t Eat the Daisies and co-wrote the Keanu Reeves-starring romantic drama A Walk in the Clouds, has died. He was 97. Miler died Friday in Santa Monica of natural causes, a family spokesperson announced. Survivors include his daughter and Tony-nominated actress Penelope Ann […]

Pat Carroll, Emmy-Winning Actress and Voice of Ursula in ‘The Little Mermaid,’ Dies at 95

The boisterous comedienne appeared on 'Caesar's Hour' and 'The Danny Thomas Show' and won acclaim playing Gertrude Stein in a one-woman play.

Doris Day’s Estate Will Go Up for Auction in April

Property from the estate of Doris Day, who died in May at the age of 97, will go up for sale April 4-5 at Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills.

Critic’s Picks: An August To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Doris Day classics, an Abbas Kiarostami retrospective and a series of films about dysfunctional families are among options for SoCal cinephiles seeking relief from summer tentpole overload this month.

Hollywood Flashback: Doris Day Earned an Oscar Nom for 1959’s ‘Pillow Talk’

Doris Day, who died May 13 at 97, starred opposite Rock Hudson in the box-office hit, which The Hollywood Reporter's critic at the time praised as "a highly ingenious example of stimulating cinematic knowhow in all departments."

When Radio City Music Hall Was “Center of the Universe” for Movie Premieres

Forty years after Radio City Music Hall almost shut down in 1979, Doris Day, Elliott Gould, Bruce Davidson and Kim Cattrall remember its glory days.

Doris Day’s Top Fashion Moments in Film

Actress Doris Day died Monday at age 97. THR looks back at some of her most iconic style moments in film history over her decades-long career.

Critic’s Notebook: Doris Day Brought Big-Band Sass and Grace to the Big Screen

Celebrated and sometimes knocked for her sunniness, Doris Day often portrayed women whose independence defied the domesticity-enshrining mood of the '50s and early '60s. She died Monday at 97.

Hollywood Pays Tribute to Doris Day

Sarah Jessica Parker, Stella McCartney, William Shatner, Katie Couric, Seth MacFarlane and more Hollywood stars took to social media on Monday to pay tribute to Doris Day, who died Monday at the age of 97.

Doris Day’s Life and Career in Pictures

The virginal actress and singer — the pop and jazz vocalist had her first No. 1 hit in 1945 — excelled as the star of breezy romantic comedies opposite the likes of Rock Hudson and James Garner.

Doris Day, Hollywood’s Favorite Girl Next Door, Dies at 97

Doris Day, the fresh-faced singer and actress who was a ray of sunshine during the 1950s and ’60s, when she reigned as the queen of the box office, has died. She was 97.

Doris Day, in Rare Interview, Talks Turning 97, Her Animal Foundation and Rock Hudson: “I Miss Him”

In a rare interview, Doris Day talks about turning 97, her birthday plans, the Doris Day Animal Foundation and her 'Pillow Talk' co-star Rock Hudson.