Doris Day takes questions in New York during a Jan. 6, 1976 interview on the new book "Doris Day: Her Own Story," written by A.E. Hotchner.
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To Doris Day's many admirers, the pert and fresh-faced charmer who starred in "Pillow Talk" and "Move Over Darling" is ageless. Day turned 95 Monday, which was a birthday surprise to even the star herself, who has long pegged her age to a 1924 birthdate that would make her 93 . On previous birthdays, Day has said she doesn't care about her age but rather using the occasion to highlight her favorite cause: animals.A longtime supporter of animal welfare, Day founded the nonprofit Doris Day Animal Foundation in 1978 to provide grants to projects that rescue, care for and protect animals. Day, who once dismissed her "goody two-shoes" image as "so boring," isn't necessarily predictable.
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