Day One Recap: Dynamic Duos in Classic Film blogathon

Well, I am thrilled to have kicked off Day One of the Dynamic Duos in Classic Film blogathon! Thanks to everyone for making this such a wonderful event — so far!  For your viewing pleasure, I’ve listed all of today’s entries below — and now I hand over the reigns to the fabulous Once Upon a Screen (@CitizenScreen) who will be hosting Day Two of the event!

Dynamic Duos in Classic Film Blogathon: Garbo and Garfield

Dynamic Duos in Classic Film – Day One Recap

Hosted by Annmarie at Classic Movie Hub

Silver Screenings - Bob Hope & Bing Crosby in a “Road” picture

The World’s Funniest Dissertation – Laurel and Hardy

Vienna’s Classic Hollywood - Thelma Ritter and Connie Gilchrist

Cinemalacrum – Jean Seberg and Jean-Paul Belmondo in Godard’s Breathless

Cinematic Catharsis – Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee in Horror of Dracula

Terrible Movies – Godzilla and Mothra

We Recycle Movies – Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce as Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson

Critica Retro - Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp film depictions

Silver Scenes - Walter Pidgeon and Greer Garson

Hero Histories - The Lone Ranger & Tonto – film incarnations – Part 1

Secret Sanctum of Captain Video - The Lone Ranger & Tonto – Part 2

The Joy and Agony of Movies - Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck

Furious Cinema - Lemmon and Matthau in The Odd Couple

Lindsay’s Movie Musings - Jimmy Stewart and Henry Fonda’s friendship

The Great Katharine Hepburn – Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant

Lime Reviews and Strawberry Confessions - Charlie Chaplin and Claire Bloom in Limelight

The Vintage Cameo - Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra

Virtual Virago – Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney

Shadows and Satin - Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake

Krell Laboratories - Special Japanese legends Pairings

Wide Screen World - Tom and Jerry

Durnmoose Movie Musings - Abbott & Costello (Part 1)

Maegan hosted on Citizen Screenings - Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton

Classic Movie Hub - Groucho Marx and Margaret Dumont

Once Upon a Screen - Crawford and Gable

And for Day Two’s Event, please head on over to Once Upon a Screen (@CitizenScreen) where you’ll find entries about Greta Garbo and John Gilbert — Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers — Batman and Robin — and so many more!

On behalf of Aurora and myself, I want to thank all the bloggers who submitted entries to this event, making it an astounding success.  Neither of us imagined we’d get this many entires, but then who could resist those classic pairs?  It’s been great fun communicating with everyone, which is a wonderful reminder of the fabulous community of film lovers I happened across by chance.

Happy blogging.

–Annmarie

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9 Responses to Day One Recap: Dynamic Duos in Classic Film blogathon

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  3. Jo Gabriel says:

    This is a fantastic Blogathon both you and Aurora have done a wonderful job pulling this together. I’ve been enjoying so many incredible duos this lazy Sunday morning. From Bogart and Lorre, Ankers and Chaney Jr , Garbo and Gilbert and Cotten and Welles. Congratulations on a smashing success!!!!- Joey

    • Thank you so much for this lovely comment! I never expected for so many bloggers to join (so I’m BEYOND thrilled) — and I’ve been having a blast reading all of the entries, and learning so much in the process :)

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  5. Jo Gabriel says:

    Ann Marie its Joey (Jo Gabriel) from The Last Drive In BTW, it used my comment’s avatar from my music web site. You should be thrilled, it’s quite an incredible line up of contributors! Cheers Joey

  6. Rianna says:

    I pledged to write about Lucy and Desi (Frankly, My dear) but unfortunately a large stream of personal problems have come my way in the past few days and I won’t be able to hold up my end of the deal. I’m so sorry for flaking. Thanks for hosting this great blogathon and I look forward to commenting on and reading the contributions when “real life” doesn’t get in the way. I felt like I should let you know. My apologizes!

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