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…
Amanda from Old Hollywood Films leads with a look at the history of The King and I. Who knew this classic got off to a slow start?
Katrina at LifesDailyLessonsBlog gives out with a great review of 1968’s Funny Girl, which portrays the life of Ziegfeld veteran Fanny Brice.
Catherine at Thoughts All Sorts introduces us to the 2005 film, Proof. The play began off-Broadway, but then moved up. It’s also a mystery as to who wrote it.
Patricia, aka Caftan Woman, lets us into the lives of The Royal Family of Broadway (1930). No, not that Royal Family. 😉
We begin the beguine with Lé at Crítica Retrò and The Broadway Melody of 1940.
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!