CAROLE LOMBARD: THE PROFANE ANGEL BLOGATHON HAS NOW ARRIVED

 

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Today is a sad say for classic movie enthusiasts worldwide, as it was on this date seventy-five years ago that Carole Lombard met her doomed fate on the catastrophic airline disaster that extinguished her young and illustrious light.

It is for this reason that Laura from Phyllis Loves Classic Movies and myself have decided to keep her memory alive by hosting a blogathon ( which commences today ) in her honor.

Once you have finished your posts, please send them to either Laura or myself, and we’ll happily link your post to that days recap. Once again thank you to those of you who are participating. We look forward to reading your entries.

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THE ENTRIES:

Mike’s Take On The Movies: Virtue ( 1932 )

That William Powell Site: Carole Lombard – Immortal

The Old Hollywood Garden: Twentieth Century ( 1934 )

Taking Up Room: My Man Godfrey ( 1936 )

Carole and Co: Fireball ( the revised edition )

A Shroud Of Thoughts: Mr. and Mrs. Smith ( 1941 )

Critica Retro: Now and Forever ( 1934 )

Silver Screenings: Nothing Sacred ( 1937 )

Love Letters To Old Hollywood: Hands Across The Table ( 1935 )

Wide Screen World: Made For Each Other ( 1939 )

 The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog: Lady By Choice ( 1934 )

The Stop Button: Vigil In The Night ( 1940 )

Back To Golden Days: Carole Lombard’s final hours

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies: Carole Lombard’s childhood home, and the Great Flood of 1913

Whimsically Classic: Carole Lombard and Lucille Ball

Wolffian Classic Movies Digest: The Princess Comes Across ( 1936 )

Classic Movie Hub: Carole Lombard and Clark Gable pictorial

Cinema Cities: To Be Or Not To Be ( 1942 )

Karavansara: To Be Or Not To Be ( 1942 )

Real Weedgie Midget Reviews: Nothing Sacred ( 1937 )

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies: Carole Lombard’s sapphires 

Christina Wehner: Made For Each Other ( 1939 )

Movie Rob: To Be Or Not To Be ( 1942 )

Movie Rob: Made For Each Other ( 1939 )

Old Hollywood Films: Carole Lombard: Screwball Queen

The Wonderful World Of Cinema: My Man Godfrey ( 1936 )

The Flapper Dame: In Name Only ( 1939 )

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