Friday, August 07, 2015

Starting August 12: The Barrymore Trilogy Blogathon

This blogger is thrilled, delighted and tickled to be among the many contributors to the Barrymore Trilogy Blogathon. Will be writing about those fabulous purveyors of sublimely goofy marital farces, Mr. and Mrs Sidney Drew and - if it is possible to actually find a DVD of this before August 15 - the 1934 film This Side Of Heaven, directed by William K. Howard and co-starring Lionel Barrymore with a pretty darn wonderful supporting cast: Fay Bainter, Mae Clarke and Una Merkel.

Crystal Kalyana, who has penned terrific essays for her In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood blog, is hosting; her announcement of the Barrymore Trilogy Blogathon posted on June 30. She has many splendid and remarkably prolific writers who know their classic films offering their two cents about the Barrymores' showbiz legacy.

Here's the lineup of contributors thus far - and apologies in advance to anyone I have overlooked.

4 Star Films
100 Films In A Year
24 Frames
All Good Things
Another Old Movie Blog
Bare Bones E-Zine
The Blonde At The Film
BNoir Detour
Carole & Co.
Caftan Woman
Cary Grant Wont Eat You
Cinematic Catharsis
Cinematic Frontier
Cinemaven Essays From The Couch
Classic Movie Hub
Criterion Blues
Critica Retro
Cult Movie Vault
Dark Lane Creative
Everything Noir
Four Star Film Fan
Girls Do Film
Goose Pimply All Over
Grand Old Movies
The Great Katherine Hepburn
Hear Me Talk Of Sin
Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
Le Cinema Dreams
Love Letters To Old Hollywood
Make Mine Criterion
MIB’S Instant Headache
Mike's Take On The Movies
Mildred's Fatburgers
Moon In Gemini
Movie Classics
Movie Fan Fare
Movie Movie Blog Blog
Nitrate Glow
Now Voyaging
Old Hollywood Films
Once Upon A Screen
Outspoken And Freckled
A Person In The Dark
Phyllis Loves Classic Movies
Pop Culture Reverie
Portraits By Jenni
Pure Golden Classics
Sacred Celluloid
Scenes From The Morgue: The Lost Art Of Pulp Ads
Serendipitous Anachronisms
She Blogged By Night
A Shroud Of Thoughts
Silver Screenings
Sister Celluloid
Smitten Kitten Vintage
The Stop Button
That Classic Movie Life
That Other Critic
Voyages Extraordinaires
Wide Screen World
Wolffian Classic Movies
The Wonderful World Of Cinema
Wonders In The Dark

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