Doris Day Paper Doll Book Benefits Animal Charity

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She’s always been a living doll in the eyes of both film fans and animal lovers, and now Doris Day’s likeness can be found on paper dolls which will benefit our four-legged friends.

Doris Day Paper Dolls Featuring 24 Fashions from Her Films offers three cutouts of the classic entertainer, along with changeable outfits from Pillow Talk, Calamity Jane, The Glass Bottom Boat and other fan favorites. Making a cameo in the eight-page paperback is Lord Nelson, the lovable English Sheepdog who starred with America’s sweetheart in With Six You Get Eggroll and her TV series, The Doris Day Show.

In keeping with her compassionate nature, a portion of the proceeds from sales of the paper doll book, which was authorized by the iconic actress, will benefit The Doris Day Animal Foundation.

To purchase Doris Day Paper Dolls:

Doris Day devotees can also celebrate the silver and small screen star and help her animal welfare organization by attending a book signing of Doris Day Paper Dolls at Atticus Bookstore Cafe in New Haven, Connecticut on February 5, 2011. Author David Wolfe and Pierre Patrick will sign their book and attendees can get an up close look at a couture creation worn by Day in the 1967 comedy thriller Caprice, and bid on a copy of Doris Day Paper Dolls autographed both by the authors and the star herself in an auction benefiting the Doris Day Animal Foundation.

When: February 5, 2011 at 4 pm

Where: Atticus Bookstore Cafe at 1082 Chapel St. in New Haven, Connecticut.

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