2012 tcm SUTS Blogathon Day 18: Freddie Bartholomew
Knock knock. Who’s there? Freddie Bartholomew. Freddie Bartholomew who?
If you are unfamiliar with the child actor’s oeuvre, here are some bloggers to help you along!
Joel Williams leads off with Freddie in Captains Courageous and his thoughts on When Men Cry at the Movies.
Judy at Movie Classics joins the blogathon (proving it’s never too late to join!) with her thoughts on David Copperfield.
Cliff from Immortal Ephemera with a short post on the TCM schedule for Bartholomew. Cliff has been researching Bartholomew for the past 2 years. To date, he has written the most complete, most accurate biography on the actor. This week Cliff completely rewrote this biography, including new information. For other works on Bartholomew’s career, Immortal Ephemera is the definitive source.
And Dusty Somers with Cinema Sentries reviews Bartholomew in Kidnapped.
- RT @MOTFilmSociety: Who are you, #NetDE? Criminal, Princess, Athlete, Basket Case, or Brain? Come to @WestownMovies 5/31 and let us know! h… 20 hours ago
- #TheyCameTogether Atrocious. A bad 10 minute comedy sketch stretched on a rack to a torturous 90 minutes. ZAZ would shit a better film. 21 hours ago
- #NowWatching with @CinemaWidow Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd in David Wain's THEY CAME TOGETHER . http://t.co/3KkYxLZwxs 23 hours ago
- RT @AisleSeat: Watched ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK for the first time since I was a teenager. That movie maintains every shred of awesomeness. A t… 1 day ago
- How sad. RT @njdotcom Famed 'A Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash, wife killed in taxi crash, police say dlvr.it/9xshbl 1 day ago