Announcing The Marathon Stars Blogathon!

Every classic film enthusiast are avid fans of certain stars, but while we have our favorites, we also acquire a list of motion picture celebrities who we garner respect for and appreciate their contribution to cinema but haven’t really had the chance to delve into their filmography.

Are you looking to explore the illustrious body of work of a legendary talent from the pantheon of notable stars? Well here is your chance to do so. My great friend, Virginie from The Wonderful World Of Cinema and myself are hosting a Marathon Stars Blogathon, a blogging event which will enable participants to start discovering the filmography of an actor or an actress that you have only witnessed in a small amount of films and who has remained absent from your mind.

The Wonderful World of Cinema

The Wonderful World of Cinema and In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood are proud to present their first collaboration: The Marathon Stars Blogathon! This event will be the occasion for you to explore the body of work of an actor or an actress from whom you haven’t seen many films (or none), but that you’re curious to discover.

But how will this event take place?

Of course, there are some rules to follow. Those will help you and guide you:

1- Choose a movie star (actor or actress) from whom you haven’t seen many films (a maximum of three). You can pick a  “modern” star, but she should have started her career in the year 2000 or before, not after. It can also be all a type of actors/actresses. Character actors are welcomed.

2- No duplicates. There are many many movie stars.

3- You’re free to write…

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