Sunday, July 3, 2016

The Olivia de Havilland Centenary Blogathon Day 3!


It's Day 3 of our Blogathon and the posts are still coming in strong! I only wish Olivia could see all the love she's getting in the blogging world!

Here's the posts for today!


Cinema Monolith tells us about the time when Olivia encountered Alibi Ike (1935).
 


All Good Things tells everyone about the little known and vastly underrated comedy Government Girl (1943) - check out this hilarious clip here if you need further proof.



Caftan Woman introduces us to The Male Animal (1942).



Danny’s Reviews reveals the evil side of Olivia in Hush Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964).



Lauren Champkin talks about Olivia's most famous role in Gone With the Wind (1939).



Moon in Gemini takes a different perspective in her post on Melanie Wilkes, Deconstructed.



Back to Golden Days takes a thorough look at Olivia's award-winning role in The Heiress (1949). She has also written a post on To Each His Own (1946) for her Film Friday, a comprehensive look at her life and films, and a lovely photo tribute!

Day 1 | Day 2 | Wrap-up

THANK YOU ALL FOR MAKING OLIVIA'S BIRTHDAY MEMORABLE!!!

5 comments:

  1. My post on "The Heiress" is finally up:
    http://back-to-golden-days.blogspot.pt/2016/07/the-olivia-de-havilland-centenary_3.html

    Thanks for hosting.

    -Cátia. xo

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    1. Thanks Catia! You've certainly been churning out the posts this weekend!

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    2. Yes, I have! It was quite overhelming putting all those articles together in such a short amount of time, but Olivia deserves it. I have a whole new respect and admiration for her now.
      Thank you for mentioning my other posts. :)

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  2. I finished finally. https://popculturereverie.wordpress.com/2016/07/04/to-each-his-own-review-by-robin-franson-pruter/

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    1. Thanks Robin! Can't wait to read it!

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