The day that Gabriela and I have been waiting for for months has finally arrived, the day on which we get to honour our favourite goddess of Nitrate, Miss Joan Crawford! We cannot wait to read your contributions!
Gabriela and I will be hosting all three days jointly, so you can comment on either of our arrival posts with your entry, send it to us on twitter or to Gabriela’s email at email@example.com.
We so hope you enjoy the blogathon as much we know we will! So let’s get on with it as Joan always did so stylishly!
Silver Screenings starts us off with one of Joan’s finest films, Daisy Kenyon.
Then The Old Hollywood Garden shares her thoughts on one of Joan’s most tragic films, Humoresque.
Myself at Poppity Talks Classic Films lightens things up a bit by discussing one of Joan’s early silent films with a decidedly fitting title, Spring Fever.
The Story Enthusiast takes a commendatory look at They All Kissed the Bride, a film for which Joan signed-on after the untimely death of Carol Lombard.
We take a stroll down Noir Alley with Maddy Loves Her Classic Films as she talks about Joan’s role in the electrifying thriller Sudden Fear.
A Person in the Dark renders hommage to the silent picture that propelled Joan to stardom, Our Dancing Daughters.
Dubsism digs deep to unearth those hidden sports analogies in Joan & Bette’s cult classic, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
The Stop Button writes about one of Joan’s most famous pre-code films, the steamy Rain.
Reelweemidget Reviews writes about Joan’s saucy appearance in an episode of The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
The Midnite Drive In gives us an eye full with Joan’s appearance in The Night Gallery.
Flaemmchen arrives in stylish fashion thanks to Caftan Woman who highlights Joan’s performance in the classic Grand Hotel.
In The Key of Karen shows us why Mildred Pierce is an utter triumph for Joan.
My delightfully fantastic co-host, Gabriela, gives us a spellbinding look at four essential films in Joan’s later career.
The Flapper Dame introduces Joan’s campy yet impressive cult classic Strait-Jacket.
Amanda Farrow enters the building escorted by Diary of a Movie Maniac who has perfectly typed his review of The Best of Everything.
Stars and Letters explores Joan’s utter devotion to her fans through her many personal responses to their letters.
The charming Gabriela is back, having written about two of Joan’s horror classics and why they should be seen together in The Perfect Joan Double Bill: The Unknown (1927) and Berserk! (1967)
Musings of a Classic Film Addict puts on her finest cowboy hat to honour Nicholas Ray’s revered western, Johnny Guitar.
I, Poppity Talks Classic Film, have returned to spotlight MGM designer Adrian and his relationship with Joan as well as share about my visit to Azzedine Alaïa’s Parisian fashion house to see some of Adrian’s original designs.
Crítica Retrô gives us her thoughts on a film that Joan hoped would break her out of playing only glamorous roles, A Woman’s Face.