Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Day 1 of the Cary Grant Blogathon

Well, the Cary Grant Blogathon is finally here and I couldn't be more excited to see all of the posts you have written on one of my favorite actors! Cary is excited to read them too so we'll get right to it.


Cinematic Scribblings tells us about Secrecy and Lies in Charade (1963).

When you're sitting next to Cary Grant and
trying to look at him without him noticing.

Moon in Gemini tells us why she loves Arsenic and Old Lace (1944).
When you realize what you're eating contains arsenic.

Wolffian Classics Movie Digest tells us what it takes to be a leading man, especially in the madcap His Girl Friday (1940).

What Cary does when your post isn't up on time (luckily Wolffian didn't have this problem).

The Midnite Drive In talks about Diamonds and Lust in She Done Him Wrong (1933) - and what to say if Mae West invites you to her room!

Who can resist that look?

Caftan Woman tells us what happens when Cary is The Talk of the Town (1942)

See! I TOLD you it wasn't a Ronald Colman Blogathon!

Vienna's Classic Hollywood gives us the highlights of Mr. Lucky (1943).

Judging you if you haven't watched this movie yet.

The Flapper Dame tells us about her first encounter with Cary and Only Angels Have Wings (1939).

I'm sorry, but did you just say I'm not the focus of this movie?

See Day 2, Day 3, and the Wrap-up post here!


  1. A George Stevens classic is up for discussion: http://www.caftanwoman.com/2016/11/the-cary-grant-blogathon-talk-of-town.html

  2. Woo-hoo!! So excited! I've been getting in the mood by watching various Cary Grant films. :)

  3. Congrats Phyl on celebrating Cary Grant! Wish I could have gotten myself together. He and I share our Capricorn birth dates ( Jan. 18th )

    1. Awesome! I don't have anyone cool on my birthday :(

  4. Here it is https://theflapperdamefilm.wordpress.com/2016/11/29/only-angels-have-wings-1939/

  5. Here's mine

    1. Thanks Rich! Looks like an interesting read!

  6. Hi here's my blogathon post, https://weegiemidget.wordpress.com/2016/11/30/affair/ love Gill at Realweegiemidget Reviews

    1. Thanks Gill! Can't wait to read!! You've Got Mail was my intro to the film too :)