The day has finally come. The Remembering Barbara Stanwyck Blogathon has now arrived, and will be continuing on until January 20th, the anniversary of Stanwyck’s passing back in 1990.


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 Barbara proud.

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



Cinema Penitentiary: Barbara Stanwyck close ups by John Ford.

Trudy Ring ( Guest reviewer on Cinemaven’s Essays From The Couch: My Reputation ( 1946 )

The Midnight Drive In: Barbara Stanwyck, Ruthless Woman

Vienna’s Classic Hollywood: Barbara Stanwyck Foreign Posters 

Speakeasy: Ladies They Talk About ( 1933 )

Love Letters To Old Hollywood: Christmas In Connecticut ( 1945 )

The Wonderful World Of Cinema: The Red Salute ( 1935 )

Midnight Only: Baby Face ( 1933 )

Cindy Bruchman: Sorry Wrong Number ( 1948 )

Bare Bones And Ezine: The Night Walker ( 1964 )

Dark Lane Creative: The Bitter Tea Of General Yen ( 1933 )

The Motion Pictures: Barbara Stanwyck 24 hour marathon

100 Films In A Year: Lady Of Burlesque ( 1943 )

Film Ruminations: The Woman In Red ( 1935 ) and Executive Suite (  1954 )

Journeys In Darkness And Light: No Man Of Her Own ( 1950 )

Caftan Woman: All I Desire ( 1953 )

Karavansara: Escape To Burma ( 1955 )

Cary Grant Won’t Eat You: Remember The Night ( 1940 )

Movie Classics: There’s Always Tomorrow ( 1956 )

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies: The three times Barbara Stanwyck screamed

LA Explorer:  Remember The Night ( 1940 )

Critica Retro: Night Nurse ( 1931 )

The Stop Button: Meet John Doe ( 1941 )

Girls Do Film: Ball Of Fire ( 1941 )

Cinema Monolith: A Taste Of Evil ( 1971 )

Film Grimoire: Clash By Night ( 1952 )

Wide Screen World: The File On Thelma Jordon ( 1950 )

Twenty Four Frames: Forty Guns ( 1957 )

Cinemaven’s Essays From The Couch: Overview of Barbara Stanwyck’s career

Stars And Letters: A Letter From Barbara Stanwyck

Wolffian Classic Movies Digest: Ball Of Fire ( 1941 )

Old Hollywood Films: The Furies ( 1950 )

Silver Scenes: The Homes of Barbara Stanwyck

Christina Wehner: The Miracle Woman ( 1931 )

Defiant Success: Barbara Stanwyck’s Academy Award nominated films

Movie Rob: Annie Oakley ( 1935 )

Movie Rob: Forty Guns ( 1957 )

Movie Rob: Escape To Burma ( 1955 )

Movie Rob: Union Pacific ( 1939 )

A Shroud Of Thoughts: Christmas In Connecticut ( 1945 )

Cinema Cities: Barbara Stanwyck’s 1941 films

Tales From The Border: Forty Guns ( 1957 )

Sister Celluloid: The Miracle Woman ( 1931 )

Once Upon A Screen: Titanic ( 1953 )

Back To Golden Days: Stella Dallas ( 1937 )

Moon In Gemini: Annie Oakley ( 1935 )

Second Sight Cinema: The Strange Love Of Martha Ivers ( 1946 )

Mildred’s Fat Burgers: Roustabout ( 1964 )

Drew’s Movie Reviews: Double Indemnity ( 1944 )

Pop Culture Pundit: Barbara Stanwyck in Hollywood Canteen

Cinematic Frontier: The Lady Eve ( 1941 )

Mother Time Musings: East Side, West Side ( 1949 )

The Old Hollywood Garden: Lady Of Burlesque ( 1943 )

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog: Union Pacific




  1. Hi Crystal,

    I’m still at it—been a LOT of distractions and minor household disasters…

    What’s my cutoff time (or have I already missed it) for getting in on the blogathon?

    I’m Lesley at Second Sight Cinema, hoping to post Strange Love of Martha Ivers… if I haven’t run out the clock.


  2. Hi Crystal,

    I see that my entry and several others did not make it into the blogathon. I also see that in your post you said you would update the post daily, so perhaps that means you only updated once, and at a time we were not given, so there was no way for us to know when the deadline was…

    I’m disappointed not to have gotten in the blogathon. Could you let me know what happened so I can be sure not to fall afoul of this again?

    Thank you


  3. Hi Crystal, just to let you know the link to Christina’s posting on The Miracle Woman didn’t work for me, so it may need updating – I found her piece by visiting her blog anyway, though.


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