THE BARRYMORE TRILOGY BLOGATHON HAS NOW ARRIVED

The day has finally come. The Barrymore Trilogy Blogathon has now arrived, and will be continuing on until Ethel Barrymore’s Birthday on Saturday August 15th.

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Below are the list of entries. I will be updating the page daily to exhibit all the submissions as they come in. I must say that everyone has put in an outstanding effort, and you have all done the Barrymore’s proud.

A big thank you to all who have participated, and I look forward to reading the entries. This is for you Ethel.

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THE BARRYMORE TRILOGY BLOGATHON ENTRIES:

Movie Movie Blog Blog: John Barrymore and the Bundy Drive Boys.

MIB’S Instant Headache: The Spiral Staircase ( 1946 )

Moon In Gemini: The Wedding Singer ( 1998 )

Silver Screenings: John Barrymore in Twentieth Century ( 1934 )

Pre-Code.com: Counsellor At Law ( 1933 )

Love Letters To Old Hollywood: Duel In The Sun ( 1946 )

The Cinematic Catharsis: The Devil Doll ( 1936 )

The Classic Movie Hub: You Can’t Take It With You ( 1938 )

Now Voyaging: Arsene Lupin (Ā  1932 )

Twenty Four Frames: The Spiral Staircase ( 1946 )

BNoirDetour: Lionel Barrymore as James Temple in Key Largo ( 1948 )

Caftan Woman: Down To The Sea In Ships ( 1949 )

Sacred Celluloid: The Invisible Woman ( 1940 )

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog: Svengali ( 1931 )

Old Hollywood Film: None But The Lonely Heart ( 1944 )

Critica Retro: Sherlock Holmes ( 1922 )

Speakeasy: A Free Soul ( 1931 )

A Person In The Dark: Keeping Up With The Barrymores

Widescreen World: Portrait Of Jennie ( 1948 )

Nitrateglow: The Beloved Rogue ( 1927 )

Serendipitous Anachronisms: Grey Gardens ( 2009 )

Cary Grant Won’t Eat You: A Legacy Of Self Amusement: John and Drew Barrymore

Carole & Co: Carole Lombard and John Barrymore together again. The story of how Carole got John the role in True Confession ( 1937 )

Sister Celluloid:Ā Step into John Barrymore’s secret garden, as magical as the man himself

Once Upon A Screen: The three Barrymore’s in Rasputin And The Empress ( 1932 )

Mikes Take On The Movies: Deadline U.S.A ( 1952 )

That Other Critic: Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde ( 1920 )

The Cinematic Frontier: E.T, The Extra Terrestrial ( 1982 )

Pop Culture Reverie: High School Confidential ( 1958 )

Girls Do Film: Riding In Cars With Boys ( 2001 )

In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood: Happy Birthday Ethel Barrymore

Movie Fan Fare: Too Much, Too Soon

The Blonde At The Film: Midnight ( 1939 )

Scenes From The Morgue: A Picture You Will Never Forget

Scenes From The Morgue: Genius Gone Mad

Scenes From The Morgue: Great Movie Of Wars Aftermath

Scenes From The Morgue: What A Yell Of A Fun Hit

Scenes From The Morgue: Don’t Kill The Thrill

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies: Portrait Of Jennie ( 1948 )

Mildred’s Fat Burgers: The Farmer’s Daughter ( 1947 )

100 Films In A Year: Sherlock Holmes ( 1922 )

Movie Classics: Dinner At Eight ( 1933 )

Hear Me Talk Of Sin: The Temptress ( 1926 )

Way Too Damn Lazy To Write A Blog: Mr. & Mrs. Sydney Drew

The Wonderful World Of Cinema: Ever After ( 1998 )

Cinemaven Essays From The Couch: Ethel Barrymore In Night Song ( 1947 )

Portraits By Jennie: Lionel Barrymore as Dr. Gillespie in the Dr. Kildare series

Smitten Kitten Vintage: A Profile of John Barrymore

Dark Lane Creative: John Drew Barrymore in While The City Sleeps ( 1956 )

The Stop Button: Grand Hotel ( 1932 )

All Good Things: Pinky ( 1949 )

Voyages Extraordinaires: The Mysterious Island ( 1929 )

Another Old Movie Blog: That’s All There Is, There Isn’t Anymore. The Barrymore’s as pop culture icons

Bare, Bones & E-Zine: On Borrowed Time ( 1939 )

She Blogged By Night: West Of Zanzibar ( 1928 )

Grand Old Movies: The rise and fall of John Barrymore

Goose Pimply All Over: Pinky ( 1949 )

A Shroud Of Thoughts: Lionel Barrymore in It’s A Wonderful Life ( 1946 )

Four Star Film: Grand Hotel ( 1932 )

Four Star Film: Dinner At Eight ( 1933 )

Le Cinema Dreams: Drew Barrymore in Everyone Says I Love You ( 1996 )

Wolffian Classic Movies Digest: Profile of John Barrymore

365 Days 365 Classics: The Legacy Of Lionel Barrymore

In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood: My random ramblings about Ethel.


					
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63 thoughts on “THE BARRYMORE TRILOGY BLOGATHON HAS NOW ARRIVED

  1. That Other Critic says:

    Thanks a bundle for letting me in, it was fun, and I watched a silent movie for once! Yeah, I’ve kind of neglected that entire era in my buffing up on film history, and in fact am missing large chunks of the entire black-and-white era. I’ll get there…eventually. šŸ™‚

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