I don't do this often, but today I ask my readers for your help with a cause that's extremely close to my heart. About a year ago, I was watching one of my favorite YouTube channels, Hollywood Graveyard, which tours the cemeteries and graves of classic film stars and celebrities in Los Angeles and… Continue reading Help Us Mark the Grave of a Classic Movie Star!
Jean Harlow has always been one of those stars that absolutely delights me whenever I see her onscreen. From her alluring blonde locks and sense of fashion that can only be envied today to her brassy speaking voice and her larger-than-life onscreen presence, Jean ranks easily among my most beloved actresses of my favorite decade… Continue reading The Jean Harlow Blogathon — China Seas (1935)
March is now upon us, which means that the time is finally here to pay tribute to the original blonde bombshell: Jean Harlow! Today marks the start of The Jean Harlow Blogathon, and in just three days we’ll be celebrating what would have been Jean’s 108th birthday on March 3rd! Below you’ll find all of… Continue reading The Jean Harlow Blogathon is Here!
Just before 2018 came to an end, I came to the realization that despite hosting an array of blogathons by myself over the past three years that I've adored, I've still never co-hosted a blogathon since I began writing for Musings of a Classic Film Addict in 2016. I knew that 2019 would be… Continue reading Announcing The Jean Harlow Blogathon!
As you all probably know, I finally joined Twitter earlier this month, and almost as soon as I created an account and began following classic film bloggers, I found out that apparently #ScrewballSeptember has been the theme of the entire month! I looked on as others discussed their favorite screwball comedy films and stars, wanting… Continue reading My Top Ten Favorite Screwball Comedies
Have you ever learned something at a busy or downright terrible time in your life and simply tucked it away in your brain while saying, "I can't deal with this information right now, I'll think about it later"? That happened to me today when I learned about the passing of Mary Carlisle at 104. I… Continue reading Rest in Peace, Mary Carlisle (1914 – 2018)
Happy February, classic film fans! It's clear that I've been neglecting my most cherished blog once again, though this time it's for a fantastic reason. Lately I've been keeping my head down and focusing on work so I can save up and attend this year's TCM Film Festival! I've secured a hotel, purchased my ticket… Continue reading The Clark Gable Blogathon: Saratoga (1937)