Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Carole Lombard: The Profane Angel Blogathon Day 3

I can't believe it's already the third day of the Blogathon! I can't wait to read all of the fantastic entries on this lady I love so much ♥

The Posts:

Whimsically Classic talks about the friendship between comedy queens Carole Lombard and Lucille Ball.

Wolffian Classic Movies Digest tells us what happens when mystery and screwball meet in The Princess Comes Across (1936).
The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog tells us how Carole elevates the film Lady By Choice (1934).

Classic Movie Hub gives us this lovely Carole Lombard and Clark Gable Pictorial.

Cinema Cities tells us about one of Carole's greatest films To Be or Not To Be (1942).

Karavansara also writes about this last film of Carole's, To Be of Not To Be (1942).

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies (that's me) looks into Carole Lombard's Star Sapphires.

Realweegiemidget Reviews tells us hoe Lombard's Little Lie Leads to Love in Nothing Sacred (1937).

Old Hollywood Films discusses Carole Lombard: Screwball Queen.

The Flapper Dame discusses Carole's amazing acting abilities in In Name Only (1939).

Christina Wehner discusses Carole's believable performance in Made For Each Other (1939).


  1. Hi, here's my review from Realweegiemidget Reviews,

  2. HERE IT IS! On day three! Whoo!! Time to read all the other entries!