Martin Melcher Bio, Age, Doris Day, Movies, Pictures, Death

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Martin Melcher Bio

Martin Melcher was an American film producer and husband of Doris Day. Melcher started his career as a song plugger while married to his first wife, Jane Rappaport who was a singer in New York. later, Melcher married Doris Day. Together in 1952, they formed their own production company, Arwin Productions.

In 1962, Melcher made his only expedition into Broadway theatre with The Perfect Setup. The play starred Gene Barry, Angie Dickinson, and Jan Sterling. It was closed after five performances.

Martin Melcher Age

Martin Melcher was born on August 1, 1915, in North Adams, Massachusetts. His parents Minnie Gabriner and Alter Melcher. They were Jewish. At the time of Melcher’s death on April 20, 1968, he was 53 years old.

Martin Melcher And Doris Day

Martin Melcher with wife Doris Day

Martin Melcher and Doris Day got married on April 3, 1951. The marriage lasted for 17 years and ended when Melcher’s died in 1968. Melcher adopted Day’s son Terry and gave him his last name. Terry Melcher became a successful musician and record producer. Martin Melcher produced many of Day’s movies. They were both practicing Christian Scientists.

Doris Day was one of Hollywood’s biggest names, starring in more than 40 films during the Fifties and Sixties. But a compelling new biography reveals that, behind her girl-next-door image, lay a fatal weakness for violent and unsuitable men.

In part one of our serializations, we told how one lover planned to shoot her dead. Here, in the concluding part, another man drives her towards mental breakdown. Married for the third time and aged just 27, Doris Day desperately wanted to be the wholesome housewife she so often portrayed in her movies. But, once again, it wasn’t to be.

On the face of it, everything certainly looked perfect: she and her new husband Marty Melcher bought a beautiful home in Los Angeles, where Doris’s son from her first marriage, Terry, then seven, lived with them.

Terry later said what a difficult move this was. Until now, he had effectively had no mother – his grandmother Alma had been his only parent while Doris toured the country and made films. Seeing so much of Doris was rather a shock.

During Days years of fame, she experienced a sudden financial crisis, brought on by her husband who was also her manager and a lawyer from Beverly Hills. The two squandered her $20 million fortune and left her in debt. As documented by Forbes.

Martin Melcher husband and agent to Day, let the Beverly Hills lawyer named Jerome Rosenthal handle his wife’s money. Rosenthal poured it into careless investments, took kickbacks and then charged clients exorbitant fees to save face. The Investments included sham land bank bond transactions, doomed venture capital projects, bankrupt hotels, and shady oil and gas deals.

“My husband thought Rosenthal was a genius,” I was working away, knowing nothing and trusting.”Day said. After Melcher’s sudden death in 1968, Rosenthal tried to claim half of Day’s remaining fortune. Day sued him and during the lawsuit, sheriff’s deputies had to use force to get Rosenthal’s files.

Martin Melcher Pictures

Martin Melcher Pictures

Martin Melcher Movies

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Season 18
Starring: Ice-T, B.D. Wong, Christopher Meloni, and Dann Florek

Pillow Talk
Starring: Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randall and Thelma Ritter
Directed by: nbcu

The Glass Bottom Boat
Starring: Doris Day, Rod Taylor, Arthur Godfrey, et al.
Directed by: Frank Tashlin

Do Not Disturb

Starring: Doris Day, Rod Taylor, Hermione Baddeley, and Sergio Fantoni
Directed by: Ralph Levy
Julie
Starring: Doris Day, Louis Jourdan, Barry Sullivan, and Frank Lovejoy
Directed by: Andrew L. Stone

Billy Rose’s Jumbo
Starring: Doris Day, Stephen Boyd, Jimmy Durante, and Martha Raye
Directed by: Charles Walters

Indiscreet/That Touch of Mink
Starring: Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Doris Day and Cecil Parker
Directed by: Delbert Mann and Stanley Donen

Move Over, Darling
Starring: Doris Day, James Garner, Polly Bergen, and Thelma Ritter
Directed by: Michael Gordon

Pillow Talk / Lover Come Back / Send Me No Flowers / The Thrill of It All 4-Movie Laugh Pack

Starring: Rock Hudson, Doris Day, James Garner and Tony Randall
Directed by: Norman Jewison, Michael Gordon, and Delbert Mann

Where Were You When Lights Went Out VHS
Starring: Doris Day, Robert Morse, Terry-Thomas and Patrick O’Neal
Directed by: Hy Averback

Screen Couples Spotlight Collection: (Charade / Double Indemnity / Pillow Talk / My Little Chickadee)
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Fred MacMurray, Rock Hudson, and Mae West
Directed by: Michael Gordon, Stanley Donen, Billy Wilder, et al.

With Six You Get Eggroll

Starring: Doris Day, Brian Keith, Pat Carroll, and Barbara Hershey
Directed by: Howard Morris

Doris Day: The Essential Collection (Pillow Talk / Lover Come Back / Send Me No Flowers / The Thrill Of It All! / Midnight Lace / The Man Who Knew Too Much)
Starring: Rock Hudson, Doris Day, James Stewart and Rex Harrison
Directed by: Norman Jewison, Michael Gordon, Delbert Mann, et al.

Midnight Lace
This title will be released on June 25, 2019.
Starring: Doris Day, Rex Harrison, John Gavin, and Myrna Loy
Directed by: David Miller

The Thrill of it All!
Starring: Doris Day, James Garner and Zasu Pitts
Directed by: Norman Jewison

Caprice
Starring: Doris Day, Richard Harris, Ray Walston, and Jack Kruschen
Directed by: Frank Tashlin

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Martin Melcher Death

Melcher died on April 20, 1968. According to Day’s 1975 autobiography, Melcher’s physician informed her that Melcher suffered from an enlarged heart. Melcher practiced Christian Science and elected not to seek medical intervention until his condition deteriorated.