1947 Blogathon: Day 1 Recap
Day 1 of the 1947 Blogathon has been absolutely marvelous, truly stupendous, positively outstanding — just downright GREAT! Today’s posts have run the gamut from the exquisite nuns of Black Narcissus to the frenetic antics of Tom and Jerry and everything in between, and we are simply tickled pink!
So join us in taking a gander at the Day 1 offerings, won’t you?
Now Voyaging takes us inside Black Narcissus.
Silver Screenings tells us all about that man-crazy Shirley Temple in The Bachelor and The Bobby Soxer.
B Noir Detour looks at the goings-on in A Double Life.
Caftan Woman makes the introductions in Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome.
Moon in Gemini takes us inside the world of Forever Amber.
Movie Movie Blog Blog has a thing or two to say about the Three Stooges in Hold That Lion.
Defiant Success knows the ins and outs of Odd Man Out.
Pop Culture Reverie tells us that there’s Something in the Wind.
Sepia Stories says you’ll love The Perils of Pauline.
Old Hollywood Films takes a dip with the Lady in the Lake.
Mike’s Take on the Movies takes on Variety Girl.
Phyllis Loves Classic Movies and you’ll love Magic Town.
Motion Pictures Gems shines the light on the Tom and Jerry Shorts of 1947.
Wide Screen World takes us inside the shadow world of the T-Men.
Serendipitous Anachronisms knows all about Monsieur Verdoux.
Once Upon a Screen gives us the Queen of Catatonia in Possessed.
Criterion Blues shows us the beauty of Black Narcissus.
Movies Silently conquers Unconquered.
Love Letters to Old Hollywood writes a love letter to Song of the Thin Man.
Cinemaven’s Essays from the Couch goes inside The Macomber Affair.
That’s it for today’s crop of great films from 1947! Join Kristina at Speakeasy tomorrow for more awesome offerings!