We’ve come to the third and final day of our blogathon, and there’s more wonderfulness in store. The lights have flickered, signaling the end of Intermission, and now the curtain rises on Act Three…
Love Letters To Old Hollywood‘s mini Marilyn tribute comes to a close with a look at the underrated 1960 gem, Let’s Make Love.
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society brings us the 1942 Busby Berkley send-up of vaudeville, For Me And My Gal.
De-lightful! Pale Writer examines the presumably more accurate Cole Porter biopic, De-Lovely.
Crítica Retrô dreams the impossible dream with the always wonderful Man of La Mancha.
The Lonely Critic examines Noel Coward’s 1945 film, Brief Encounter and its predecessor, Still Life.
For my third and final biopic, I watched 1946’s Jerome Kern tribute, Till the Clouds Roll By.
More to come throughout the day, so again, keep watching this space, and be sure to check back tomorrow for our curtain call…