The day has finally arrived. For the next three days, the legendary Joseph Cotten will be our shining star in the spotlight. To celebrate the illustrious life and career of this magnificent actor, please join Maddie and Me.
Both Maddie and I would like to say a big thank you to those of you who are participating. We look forward to reading your entries.
My co-host Maddy from Maddy Loves Her Classic Film discusses her three favorite Joseph Cotten performances.
Moon In Gemini joins us with Joseph Cotten in The Steel Trap ( 1952 )
Pop Corn and Flickers presents Joseph Cotten in this film debut, Too Much Johnson ( 1938 )
Mike’s Take On The Movies pens a tribute to Joseph Cotten in Two Flags West ( 1950 )
The Stop Button talks about one of my personal favorite movies, Gaslight ( 1944 )
Cinematic Scribblings writes about The Scopone Game ( 1972 )
The Midnight Drive-In tells us about Joseph Cotten in The Hearse ( 1980 )
Caftan Woman brings Joseph Cotten in Walk Softly Stranger ( 1950 ) to the party.
Widescreen World joins us with Joseph Cotten, Loretta Young and Ethel Barrymore in The Farmer’s Daughter ( 1947 )
For his first of three posts, Movie Rob discovers Joseph Cotten in Soylent Green ( 1973 )
The Wonderful World of Cinema presents us with an ABC of Joseph Cotten.
Down These Mean Streets embarks on a journey to meet The Third Man ( 1949 )
Dubsism discusses the sports analogies hidden in Tora, Tora, Tora ( 1970 )
Movie Rob is back with Joseph Cotten in A Blueprint For Murder ( 1953 )
I Found It At The Movies pens a tribute to Joseph Cotten in Citizen Kane ( 1941 )
Real Weegie Midget Reviews discovers Joseph Cotten in Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode, Dead Weight ( 1959 )
Musings of a Classic Film Addict shines the light on Joseph Cotten in Lydia ( 1941 )
For his third post, Movie Rob brings us The Oscar ( 1966 )
Hamlette’s Soliloquy delivers us the thrills and chills as well as Joseph Cotten in Gaslight ( 1944 )
Taking Up Room takes a trip down memory lane and visits Joseph Cotten and the Mercury Theatre.
Karavansara takes us on a Journey Into Fear ( 1943 )
Critica Retro has arrived with Joseph and Ginger in I’ll Be Seeing You ( 1944 )
Love Letters To Old Hollywood joins us with Joseph and Jennifer in Love Letters ( 1945 )
Poppity talks about Joseph Cotten’s second collaboration with Hitchcock, Under Capricorn ( 1949 )
Back To Golden Days writes about Joseph Cotten in Since You Went Away ( 1944 )