Here we are for the fourth consecutive year. For the next three days where going to be celebrating nothing but the illustrious Barrymore family.
Bloggers, once you’ve finished your entries, please submit them to me via this post. Thank you. I look forward to reading your articles.
And last but not least, I would like to wish my all time favorite actress, Ethel Barrymore a very Happy Heavenly Birthday for Wednesday.
Musings Of A Classic Film Addict joins John and Carole on board the Twentieth Century ( 1934 )
Michaela from Love Letters To Old Hollywood is memorized by Ethel, Jane and Bing in Just For You ( 1952 )
Maddy Loves Her Classic Films visits John and Kate in A Bill of Divorcement ( 1932 ) Katharine Hepburn’s film debut.
Patricia from Caftan Woman pens a tribute to John Barrymore in Counsellor-At-Law ( 1933 )
The Story Enthusiast joins the party with John and Lionel in Arsene Lupin ( 1932 )
The Stop Button shines the spotlight on the 1938 screwball comedy, You Can’t Take It With You.
Real Weegie Midget Reviews brings Drew Barrymore to the party with The Screaming Woman ( 1986 )
For her first post, Rebecca from Taking Up Room brings a Barrymore feast with Dinner At Eight ( 1933 )
Dubsism talks about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ( 1920 )
Lionel Barrymore Obsessively explores Lionel’s performance in the Kildare & Gillespie Films.
I Found It At The Movies takes us on a journey to Key Largo in 1948.
Terence from A Shroud of Thoughts talks about Lionel Barrymore on the radio.
The Midnight Drive-In explores the performances of John Barrymore in the Bull Dog Drummond series.
For his first of three posts, Movie Rob discusses Never Been Kissed ( 1999 )
For her second post, Rebecca from Taking Up Room visits Hostage Hotel in Key Largo ( 1948 )
Davide from Karavansara discovers Lionel Barrymore at The Mysterious Island ( 1929 )
Le from Critica Retro tells us about her stay at Grand Hotel ( 1932 )
For his second of three posts, Movie Rob writes about Lionel’s final film, Lone Star ( 1952 )
Nuwan Sen Film Sense pens a tribute to Drew Barrymore in Fire Starter and Cat’s Eye.
Movie Rob brings Ethel to the party with The Farmer’s Daughter ( 1947 )
Taking Up Room is back with her third post on He’s Just Not That Into You ( 2009 )
Finding Franchot joins us with The Girl From Missouri ( 1934 )
Robin from Pop Culture Reverie talks about Santa Clarita Diet ( 2017 )
Old Hollywood Films has arrived at the party with Ethel in Pinky ( 1949 )
Yours truly talks about Ethel’s leading role and final screen appearance in Johnny Trouble ( 1957 )
And last, but not least, Virginie from The Wonderful World of Cinema talks about my all time favorite film, The Spiral Staircase ( 1946 )