TCM’s “Mom in the Movies” Qualifying Entry Task for this week’s Twitter Contest
Okay, this is it, our last Twitter Contest to win a copy of TCM’s Mom in the Movies. All you need to do to be eligible to win is complete the entry task below by Saturday, May 31 at 5PM EST. A winner will then be selected at random and announced via Twitter on Sunday, June 1st.
Good Luck to All!
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:
MESSAGE: Just entered to win TCM’s “Mom in the Movies” courtesy of CMH & @SimonBooks @TCM
BY Saturday, May 31, 5PM EST
In the decades when an unwed woman with a child could stoke scandal and banishment from polite society, Hollywood occasionally played the story as a comedy of mistaken identity. In this 1939 film (pictured above), Ginger Rogers is a salesgirl who notices an abandoned newborn on the steps of a foundling home on Christmas Eve and takes it inside to hand to the authorities. They think she’s the mother, and so do the owner of her department store (Charles Coburn) and his playboy son (David Niven). What is the name of this romantic comedy directed by Garson Kanin?
*Here’s my twitter handle @classicmoviehub
If you have any questions, please feel free to DM me on Twitter @classicmoviehub.
Please note that you must live in the Continental US to be eligible.
And if you don’t win this time, stay tuned, because CMH will be giving away one more copy later this month via another random drawing…
–Annmarie Gatti from Classic Movie Hub