Rita Hayworth “Pal Joey” DVD Giveaway (Twitter Contest, Week of October 4)

“Pal Joey” DVD Giveaway — Entry Task for this week’s  Twitter Contest

In celebration of getTV’s Star of the Month, Rita Hayworth, CMH is giving away the first of our Rita Hayworth DVDs this month via Twitter, courtesy of getTV. That said, here’s how you can enter this week’s random drawing…

In order to qualify for this week’s Rita Hayworth “Pal Joey” DVD Giveaway on Twitter, you must complete the below task by Friday, October 10 at 5PM EST* (i.e. any time between now and October 10 at 5PM EST). A winner will then be selected at random and announced on Twitter and this blog post the following day.

Pal Joey DVD


ENTRY TASK (2-parts):

1) Answer the below question via the comment section at the bottom of this blog post 

2) Then TWEET (not DM) the following message:
Just entered to win a Rita Hayworth “Pal Joey” DVD courtesy of @ClassicMovieHub & @getTV
BY Friday, October 10, 5PM EST

What do you love most about Rita Hayworth?

If you have any questions, please feel free to DM me on Twitter @classicmoviehub.

Rita Blogathon Banner…..

This DVD giveaway coincides with the airing of some of Hayworth’s most popular films on getTV (including You’ll Never Get Rich, You Were Never Lovelier, Cover Girl, The Lady From Shanghai, Gilda and Pal Joey) – as well as a month-long Rita Hayworth Blogathon event hosted by CMH, in which Classic Movie Bloggers will be pay tribute to the lovely and talented actress (see the list of participants here).


Click here for the get TV Full Schedule

get TV October 2014 schedule


*Please note that only Continental United States (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and the territory of Puerto Rico) entrants are eligible. (see contest rules for further information)

And — BlogHub members ARE eligible to win if they live within the Continental United States (as noted above).


And if you can’t wait to win a Rita Hayworth dvd, you can buy them at amazon by clicking below:



Good Luck!

–Annmarie Gatti from Classic Movie Hub

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11 Responses to Rita Hayworth “Pal Joey” DVD Giveaway (Twitter Contest, Week of October 4)

  1. Dominique says:

    Loved her perseverance and strength, on and off screen, whatever she went through she survived. Also loved that as told by Juanita Moore, she wouldn’t allow her to “stand off” from her in a scene, to her, Juanita was just as important in the scene as she was.

  2. Joan O'Malley says:

    I loved when she danced with Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly.

  3. Ruth Barnhart says:

    That face! They don’t make ’em like that anymore! Loved her in Gilda, but I loved all her films, really. Total definition of “Movie Star”

  4. Robert Nico says:

    Rita Hayward was a beautiful actress and one of the superstars of her time. I love her style,

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Hi Robert, do you have a twitter account, if so please tweet the message to enter… thanks so much! If not, I’ll be posting a different contest in a few days where you can enter on this blog… 🙂

  5. Jill Hendrix says:

    What I love most about Rita is the way she lit up a movie screen! She was just magic and not to mention her acting ability…. The way she portrayed Gilda was sultry yet so vulnerable.

    Everyone thinks of Marilyn Monroe as the ultimate sex symbol, but I’ve always thought Margarita “Rita Hayworth” Cansino as the ultimate in sex appeal

  6. SusanLM says:

    I love watching Rita move. Her long arms, legs and fingers made her graceful as well as sexy. Rita Hayworth was so vulnerable on and off screen. The fact that she could dance with Fred Astair (much better than Ginger Rogers, in my opinion), marry a mega-ego like Orson Wells and yet be so humble about her abilities shows great strength of character and heart. Being labeled a sex symbol seemed foreign to her. Yet she have so much pleasure to so many who just liked to look at her. I would have liked to meet her in person after all the glamour and movie-making was done. Even with her memories fading in her last years, I think she was a star at heart.

  7. Victoria Rendon says:

    I love how she was able to adapt to any role. I think when most people think of her, they think of the beautiful musical Rita and they forget about the smart cunning Rita.

  8. bill norris says:

    Those looks….and acting chops are just incredible. love the roles she took and she made the most of each one.

  9. Cole says:

    What I love most about Rita Hayworth is the sexy yet innocent enegy she couldn’t help but exude.

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