Think You Can Rank Doris Day's Movies? Try It Here.

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Doris Day has played many successful roles, so it won't be as easy as you think to rank them in order. The young actress seemed to have everything going for her, both on and off screen. She landed roles as opinionated, intelligent, and determined female characters. In a heavily male dominated industry, Day stood out like a star in the night sky.

We want to create the ultimate ranking of Day's movies, but we can't do so without your votes. Let us know which of her films was the absolute best, and maybe even the worst! Go ahead and cast those votes, and check out how many other fans agree with you!

Pillow Talk (1959)

Pillow Talk is an Oscar-winning romantic comedy film. It tells the story of Jan Morrow (Doris Day), an interior decorator and Brad Allen (Rock Hudson), a womanizing composer/bachelor, who share a telephone party line.

Love Come Back (1961)

Lover Come Back includes mistaken identity as a key plot device. It is the second of three movies in which Doris Day, Rock Hudson and Tony Randall starred together.

Send Me No Flowers (1964)

Send Me No Flowers is an American Technicolor comedy film starring Rock Hudson, **Doris Day, and Tony Randall. The screenplay is based on the play by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore, which had a brief run on Broadway in 1960.

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)

The Man Who Knew Too Much* is an American suspense thriller film directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock. The plot unfolds as Dr. Ben McKenna (James Stewart) is on vacation with his wife (Doris Day) and son in Morocco. A chance encounter with a stranger sets their trip, and their lives, on a drastically different course.

The Thrill Of It All (1963)

The Thrill of It All is a romantic comedy. Beverly Boyer (Doris Day) is offered a contract as a spokeswoman for TV commercials. However, her husband, Gerald (James Garner) has a hard time adjusting to his wife's newfound fame and plots to foil her career.

That Touch Of Mink (1962)

That Touch of Mink is an American Eastmancolor romantic comedy. The story unravels as Cathy Timberlake (Doris Day) is on her way to a job interview when a car transporting businessman Philip Shayne (Cary Grant) drenches her in mud.

Calamity Jane (1953)

Sharpshooter Calamity Jane (Doris Day) falls for cavalry Lt. Danny Gilmartin (Philip Carey) when she is forced to rescue him from the Indians. This western musical film is loosely based on the life of Wild West heroine Calamity Jane.

Move Over, Darling (1963)

Move Over, Darling is a romantic comedy in which Ellen Arden (Doris Day) disappears in a plane crash. Assuming she'll never return, her husband, Nicholas (James Garner) remarries five years later. The plot unfolds when Ellen is found to be alive.

Midnight Lace (1960)

Midnight Lace is a mystery thriller film about a woman (Doris Day) who is threatened by a stalker. However, both her family and the police doubt her claims and her sanity.

Love Me Or Leave Me (1955)

Love Me or Leave Me tells the life story of Ruth Etting (Doris Day), a singer who rose from dancer to movie star. However, her manager, Martin Snyder (James Cagney) becomes obsessive and controlling, threatening her success.