It's here!! The Third Annual Olivia de Havilland Blogathon is here!!! It's smaller than the previous two celebrations but that doesn't make it any less special. Crystal and I are excited to be hosting this event again and can't wait to read all the entries celebrating the amazing and beautiful Dame Olivia!!!
"I do hope people don't think I'm really like this..."
The Wonderful World of Cinema kicks things off with The Snake Pit (1948).
"I wonder if there will be a remake of this...?"
The Stop Button gives us an analysis of what does and doesn't work in My Cousin Rachel (1952).
"Don't be so angry, Bette. There's an annual blogathon for you too!"
Musings of a Classic Film Addict discovers In This Our Life (1942).
"So wait.. which one of us is real?"
I cover Olivia's duel role in The Dark Mirror (1946).
"I don't always make TV movies, but when I do I still look fabulous."
Realweegiemidget Reviews takes a look at one of Olivia's TV Movies, Murder is Easy (1982).
"I'm no angel?"
The Dream Book Blog finds Olivia to be no angel as famous author Charlotte Bronte in Devotion (1946).
"Next years' blogathon seems so far away!"
Caftan Woman sees Olivia de Havilland come full circle from her early Westerns in The Proud Rebel (1958).
"Just because you don't get the guy doesn't mean you can't look fabulous!"
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society looks at The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) from a historical and code perspective.
"I just love blogathons, don't you?"
Taking Up Room discovers a different side of Olivia in It's Love I'm After (1937).
Critica Retro finds Hold Back the Dawn (1941) to be a timely film.
"I'm not always window dressing!"
Movies Meet Their Match finds a deeper meaning in Santa Fe Trail (1940).
Old Hollywood Films wraps things up with The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936).
A huge thank you to all who helped celebrate and to Crystal for once again co-hosting this event with me!!! I hope to see you all again next year!!