Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Day 2 of the Cary Grant Blogathon


It's the second day of the Cary Grant Blogathon and he is just loving the attention. And I am loving all these entries!!

Wide Screen World starts off the day with life soundtracks and Grant's Oscar-nominated performance in Penny Serenade (1941).

Doesn't everyone have couples photos like this?

Realweegiemidget Reviews gives us a post to remember in her look at An Affair to Remember (1957).

That look you get when you realize you're dancing with Cary Grant.

Critica Retro tells us what happens when a rumor involves Cary Grant in Hot Saturday (1932).

Cary wondering where the rest of his posts are.

Anna, Look! tells us what happens when Cary Grant and Sophia Loren collide on a Houseboat (1958)!

What Cary Grant looks like when he's dancing with Sophia Loren!
 
Film Noir Archive investigates Grant's dark side, and childhood, with Suspicion (1941).

When Cary Grant brings you a glass of milk, well...

Once Upon a Screen takes an in-depth look at Cary's style in North By Northwest (1959).

Now, I especially like this article about me here...

Missed Day 1? See those posts here! Check out Day 3 & the Wrap-up post here!

8 comments:

  1. Hey Phyllis! My entry is here http://zummer.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/film-review-houseboat-melville.html, hope it's not too late for Day 2! :) Thanks so much for hosting this!

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  2. Hey Phyllis! My link for Suspicion (1941) is up here at Film Noir Archive: http://www.filmnoirarchive.com/2016/11/29/suspicion-1941/
    Have loved the posts so far!

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    1. Thanks! Looking forward to reading yours!

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  3. Hi! My post on Every Girl Should Be Married (1948) is up at Finding Franchot at http://franchottone.blogspot.com/2016/11/every-girl-should-be-married-1948-cary.html

    Thanks!

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    1. Awesome! Can't wait to read it! Love this movie :)

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  4. Hello! my post is up now: https://hqofk.wordpress.com/2016/12/01/crisis-1950/
    Thanks so much for hosting!

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    1. Looking forward to reading about this movie that I haven't seen yet!

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