Day Two: Dynamic Duos in Classic Film Blogathon

 

And now for Day Two of the Dynamic Duos in Classic Blogathon…

The time has come to celebrate famous movie pairings of yesteryear for the Dynamic Duos in Classic Film blogathon. I am thrilled to host the second of two days of entries, preceded by the fabulous Aurora at Once Upon a Screen (@CitizenScreen) who posted on Day One yesterday.  

Dynamic Duos in Classic Film Blogathon

If you need a refresher on the nuts and bolts of the blogathon visit the announcement post here. Otherwise I will waste no time getting to the heart of the matter, the entries that will entertain, enthrall and enchant. On behalf of Aurora and myself, I want to thank all of the bloggers who have submitted entires to this event. Learning from you is the best part of hosting and we’re excited to have 8 dynamic duo-themed DVDs to raffle off at the end of the weekend to entrants chosen at random. Many thanks to Turner Classic Movies and Kino Lorber for graciously offering these DVDs.

And…here are the Day Two entries for your pleasure…

Dynamic Duos in Classic Film

Let’s kick things off with some chuckles and this entry from Caftan Woman, who brings us Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog… Just love Looney Tunes myself :)

ralph wolf and sam sheepdog chuck jonesRalph Wolf (look familiar?) and Sam Sheepdog

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The Dream Book Blog explores the complex friendship between two iconic Hollywood stars in A Long and Peculiar Friendship: Bette Davis and Olivia de Havilland

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Olivia de Havilland and Bette Davis – two strong ladies and a peculiar friendship

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Moon in Gemini brings us Paul Newman and Robert Redford, need I say more :)

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Newman and Redford in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
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The Old Hollywood Garden talks about one of the most overlooked partnerships in Hollywood history… Director Anthony Mann and Cinematographer John Alton

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Mann and Alton’s T-Men

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Overture Books and Film presents Tyrone Power and Linda Darnell (incidentally one of my favorite pairings)

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The beautiful Linda Darnell and Tyrone Power

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And the fun continues… as Critica Retro brings us Laurel and Hardy and lots of fun gifs including this one…

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I can almost hear Hardy saying “That’s another fine mess you’ve gotten us into”

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And Phyllis Loves Classic Movies brings us The Many Weddings of Lucy and Desi

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Ricky does love Lucy

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The Blog of the Darned presents Rock Hudson and Tony Randall

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Rock Hudson and Tony Randall in Send Me No Flowers

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And so fittingly, That William Powell Site brings us A Clara Bow and William Powell Duet

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William Powell and Clara Bow

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And another favorite duo of mine Groucho Marx and Margaret Dumont, from Old Hollywood Films…

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Margaret Dumont, the Fifth Marx Brother…

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Fairly fantastic, right? Well, if you like what you read so far, be sure to visit Once Upon a Screen to read entries from Day One of the Dynamic Duos in Classic Film Blogathon.

–Annmarie for Classic Movie Hub

By the way, there are many more classic film events planned this summer. For details visit the the CMH Events Calendar. You can add your own events and blogathons there too!

 

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3 Responses to Day Two: Dynamic Duos in Classic Film Blogathon

  1. Le says:

    Stan and Ollie arrived for party – you know, they were moving a piano up some stairs, that’s why they were late!
    http://criticaretro.blogspot.com.br/2018/05/laurel-hardy.html
    Kisses!
    Le

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