Broadway Bound Blogathon: Day Two

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Day Two, guys and gals!

We’ve been having a great time so far on Broadway (Read Day One’s entries here), and I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m excited to see what our participants have in store for us today. And unlike yesterday, you now have my undivided attention. 😉 So, without further ado…

Day Two Entries

Vincent-Price

Michaela at Love Letters To Old Hollywood again kicks things off with a very interesting retrospective on the stage career of Vincent Price.

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Samantha at Musings of A Classic Film Addict takes us down the Great White Way with a fun review of Mick and Jootes in 1939’s Babes In Arms.

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We go from behind the curtain to behind the scenes today with my review of 1941’s Ziegfeld Girl.

Thanks, everyone, and keep ’em coming! See you here tomorrow for Day Three.

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15 thoughts on “Broadway Bound Blogathon: Day Two

  1. I have heard so many positive things about Vincent Price and that he was genuinely a wonderful person. It is only recently that I learned he was quite the babe in his younger days! I somehow never saw him in his younger films, and am very pleasantly surprised!

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    1. Oooh, cool! I’ll add it in, and the other one later. I’ll be doing a curtain call tomorrow, so if you send it in late it’s no biggy. Thanks, Catherine! I understand about the weather thing–we’ve got it here, too. Ah, summer. 🙂

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  2. Hey Rebecca. I’m really sorry but I’m only going to have time to do one post for your blogathon. I really wanted to do three, but I haven’t long been back from our cruise and I’ve been suffering from headaches again. Also, I’m writing about “Grand Hotel”, if that’s okay? I know I didn’t put down for it, but I was meant to write about it for another blogathon but I was sick.

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    1. Hi Crystal! Aw, you poor thing–those pesky migranes. And sure, “Grand Hotel” is fine. I’ll be doing a curtain call tomorrow, so if you end up sending it around that point, I can add it in. No worries. Hope you feel better soon! 🙂

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