Well, the day is here, the kickoff to my first Blogathon!!! Here is where you will find all the links to the entries. I will update the page as they come in over the next few days. A big THANK YOU to everyone who participated and made this blogathon a success!!! I can't wait to read all of the wonderful entries!!!
Love Letters to Old Hollywood gives us "Twice the Laughs" in her post on Libeled Lady (1936) and Easy to Wed (1946). Libeled Lady will be airing on TCM on November 13th at 11pm so MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Love Letters also gives us twice the fun in two locations with her second entry on That Night in Rio (1941) & Trouble on the Riviera (1951).
Silver Screenings shows us that A Love Affair Recycled can turn out pretty good.
CineMaven looks at the cult classic Cat People (1942) and it's remake (1982) from the safety of her couch (check out the cool banner she made!).
Cinematic Scribblings takes a look at a foreign remake by it's own director in Ozu vs. Ozu: A Story of Floating Weeds (1934) and Floating Weeds (1959)
Wide Screen World compares horror in 1960 vs. 1986 in Little Shop of Horrors.
The ships have sailed over at Caftan Woman's as she looks at One Way Passage (1932) & 'Til We Meet Again (1940).
Sometimes They Go To Eleven looks at, not eleven, but Ten Films Remade By Their Directors.
|So many deadly ways...|
NITRATEGLOW hunts down the deadly differences in The Most Dangerous Game, A Game of Death, & Run For the Sun.
Serendipitous Anachronisms takes a "swingin’ trip to Coolsville" with Ocean's 11 (1960) & Ocean's Eleven (2001).
Speakeasy shows how Ransom isn't always a bad thing, when it's a remake of a movie that is.
Old Hollywood Films proves that love letters never go out of style with The Shop Around the Corner and Its Remakes.
Crítica Retrô recommends lots of Kleenex when watching Imitation of Life (1934 & 1959).
Musings of an Introvert pits Danny Kaye against Ben Stiller in A Duel of Walter Mitty!
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World takes us on a jungle adventure with Irwin Allen's The Lost World.
Silentology pays homage to her favorite vampire film Nosferatu (1922 & 1979) in time for Halloween.
Silver Scenes clues us in on what happens when you mix zombies with zany comedy in Scared Stiff (1953).
|They remade what?|
Once Upon A Screen brings us another classic noir with Out of the Past (1947) remade Against All Odds (1984).
Movie Classics shares a pocketful of Apple Annie with Frank Capra's Lady for a Day (1933) and Pocketful of Miracles (1961)
The Wonderful World of Cinema explores what happens when classic Katharine Hepburn gets remade in Music in the High Society of The Philadelphia Story.
|Why? Just why?|
Movies Silently takes on child stars and silent vs. talkies in Peck's Bad Boy (1921 & 1934).
Reel Distracted tackles Mummy Issues with The Mummy (1932 & 1999).
|Remakes sure are painful!|
Our Cynical Omelet brings us Paris and Gamines and Spies, Oh, My! Charade and Its Remake.
|Poor kid. She watched too many remakes.|
Mother Time Musings looks at Pre and Post Depression Era Wealth in Holiday (1930 & 1938)
Back to Golden Days brings us a Clark Gable remake of Clark Gable in Red Dust (1932) & Mogambo (1953).
Your host has trouble picking a favorite when she compares My Favorite Wife (1940) & Move Over, Darling (1963).
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