Posted by on Apr 22, 2019
Above is yours truly enjoying the latest installment in Jacqueline T. Lynch's Double V mystery series, Murder at the Summer Theater. The cozy mystery is often dismissed by those who don't know any better for herein we find fascinating characters overcoming or creating trouble. In the case of the Dou read more
Posted by on Apr 16, 2019
The Classic Movie Blog Association Spring Blogathon runs from April 16th to the 19th with a focus on the Femme/Homme Fatales of Film Noir. Click HERE for the fascinating articles.
Tyrone Power stars as Stanton Carlisle, con man extraordinaire whose biggest fall guy was himself.
Stan is a fe read more
Posted by on Apr 13, 2019
Maddy Loves Her Classic Films is our hostess for The Stewart Granger Blogathon running April 13th and 14th. Click HERE for the eclectic articles on the British born star.
Milton Lott's Pulitzer nominated novel of 1955, The Last Hunt was the basis for Richard Brooks' screenplay which he directed read more
Posted by on Mar 22, 2019
Why are Bilko and the gang so happy? It's time for the 5th Annual Favourite TV Episode Blogathon hosted by Terence Towles Canote of A Shroud of Thoughts. Click here for the stroll down Memory Lane.
Norman Macdonnell and John Meston's Gunsmoke had a phenomenal television run from 1955 - 1975. read more
Posted by on Mar 15, 2019
This trip to Remake Avenue finds us among hitching rails, horse troughs and copious saloons (leave your guns at the door).
The Arizonian begins with an outstanding story and screenplay by Dudley Nichols (The Informer, Stagecoach, The Long Voyage Home). The director Charles Vidor (Ladies in Retirem read more
Posted by on Feb 27, 2019
The world first became acquainted with the Hubbards of Alabama through Lillian Hellman's play The Little Foxes. The basis for the play was Lillian's observations of the machinations within her own family for business success.
The Hubbard siblings are a mess of back-stabbing, manipulative creatures read more
Posted by on Feb 22, 2019
Time again for our best bib and tucker as Once Upon A Screen, Outspoken and Freckled, and Paula's Cinema Club host the gala blogathon 31 Days of Oscar. Thanks, Aurora, Kellee, and Paula!
Irving Berlin, born Israel Isadore Baline
May 11, 1888 - September 22, 1989
A poor lad from a read more
Posted by on Feb 17, 2019
Virginie of The Wonderful World of Cinema is hosting this blogathon tribute to Arthur Kennedy on the occasion of the 105th anniversary of his birth. Click HERE for the tributes to the fine actor.
John Arthur Kennedy made his Broadway debut in the short-lived Ma read more
Posted by on Feb 15, 2019
The Adoring Angela Lansbury Blogathon is hosted by Gill of Realweegiemidget Reviews. Enjoy all of the contributions collected HERE.
"There is something a little bit mysterious and interesting about her and that certainly appeals to me... Mystery is my business, as you know."
- Angela L read more
Posted by on Feb 13, 2019
The First Annual Valentine's Day Meet-Cute Blogathon is the brainchild of Phyllis Loves Classic Movies. Click HERE for all the wonderful movie moments.
The cliches of even the finest westerns lend themselves to kidding, and fans are always up for a laugh. Writer/director Burt Kennedy (Seven read more
Posted by on Jan 29, 2019
The Wonderful World of Cinema and Phyllis Loves Classic Movies are hosting a blogathon tribute to the lovely actress Jean Simmons. Start HERE and HERE to relive the memories and discover new favourite performances.
Jessica Beatrice Fletcher, a teacher turned mystery author and amateur sleu read more
Posted by on Jan 25, 2019
The Robots in Film Blogathon runs from January 25th to 27th. It is hosted by our esteemed friends at The Midnight Drive-In and Hamlette's Soliloquy. Click HERE or HERE to enjoy these imaginative characters in movies and television.
Get Smart (1965-1970) is the genius television sitcom crea read more