Broadway Bound Blogathon: Day Three

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We have come to Day Three of our Broadway Bound Blogathon, and more great entries are ahead (See Day Two here). As usual, I will post new arrivals throughout the day. So let’s get right to them…

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Amanda from Old Hollywood Films leads with a look at the history of The King and IWho knew this classic got off to a slow start?

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Katrina at LifesDailyLessonsBlog gives out with a great review of 1968’s Funny Girlwhich portrays the life of Ziegfeld veteran Fanny Brice.

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Catherine at Thoughts All Sorts introduces us to the 2005 film, ProofThe play began off-Broadway, but then moved up. It’s also a mystery as to who wrote it.

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Patricia, aka Caftan Woman, lets us into the lives of The Royal Family of Broadway (1930). No, not that Royal Family. 😉

Rob at MovieRob brings us a Neil Simon double-header with Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986) and Biloxi Blues (1988).

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We begin the beguine with Lé at Crítica Retrò and The Broadway Melody of 1940.

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Here’s my third and last review of Ziegfeld movies, including the 1946 extravaganza.

Be sure to check back tomorrow too, because I will be doing a curtain call, as well as posting any remaining entries. Thanks for reading, and see you then!

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