The Doris Day Show - Guests Donald O'Connor and Liberace - Doris Sings "Singing in the Rain" - 1952


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Doris opens the show with the song, "You're Nobody's Sweetheart Now," followed by "Canadian Capers." Doris talks with Liberace about his name, and gets him to play a tune called "I Want My Mama." Doris reads a letter from a marine and sings a song just for him. Donald O'Connor talks about his recently released film "Singing In The Rain," then performs a British scene with Doris, and then she sings "Singing In The Rain."

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