Um … this is it. Day 31. The last day. My thoughts on all of this will come over the weekend. Until then James Caan …
Leading the day is Sean from The Joy and Agony of Movies with his take on Michael Mann’s Thief.
Tony Dayoub from Cinema Viewfinder also takes a look at Caan’s performance in Thief
Two. Two days left. One. One star: Warren William.
Leading off is R.D. Finch from The Movie Projector with a look at Lady for a Day.
Next, Kristen from Journeys in Classic Film lights it up with Three on a Match.
And ending his amazing blogathon run is Cliff with Immortal Ephemera, offering a heaping helping of William Warren goodness:
- Ballyhoo Who? Warren William in the Return of the Picto-Sked
- Cliff gives us his Warren William picks
- Cliff’s discovery of Warren William
Plus reviews of films airing on TCM today!
On Day 29, one of Hollywood’s most legendary beauties, Ingrid Bergman.
Leading off is Joel, from Joel’s Classic Film Passion, with a look at Ingrid Bergman and Italian Neorealism.
Next up is Ruth at Silver Screenings, who looks at Bergman in Gaslight with Ingrid Bergman Goes Insane.
My writing pal Tonya, at the wonderfully named blog GoosePimplyAllOver, looks at Ingrid’s Mesmerizing Expressions.
Marcela from Best of the Past with the article Girl Who Could Fly: From Ingie with Love
And now for Jill … Jill … Jill … I know this name from somewhere. 8 ) My blogathon partner-in-crime offers her take, at The Fence, on Bergman in Rage in Heaven.