This time three years ago I was hosting a blogathon dedicated to the indelible and extremely versatile, Barbara Stanwyck, who passed away on January 20th, 1990. This year I am back with the second edition of the blogathon, but this time there is an added bonus: The wonderful Maddy from Maddy Loves Her Classic Films is my co-host.
Bloggers, please submit your entries on the comments section below or send it to Maddy. That way we don’t need to go searching on your blog for your article. Thank you. We look forward to reading your tributes and celebrating the legendary Barbara Stanwyck with you.
Here’s to you Stannyy ( Missy ) wherever you are.
The Midnight Drive-In kicks things off with Barbara Stanwyck in Forty Guns ( 1957 )
Poppity presents Barbara & Bogie in The Two Mrs. Carrolls ( 1947 )
My co-host Maddy from Maddy Loves Her Classic Films dives into Barbara’s performance in the 1953 melodrama, All I Desire.
Real Weegie Midget Reviews talks about Barbara’s performance in The Colbys.
Caftan Woman has arrived with Barbara and Joel McCrea in their second of six films together, Banjo On My Knee ( 1936 )
Taking Up Room embarks on a vacation with Barbara on-board the Titanic.
Pop Culture Reverie reviews The Mad Miss Manton
Movie Rob has arrived with his first post on the gem that is known as, Witness To Murder ( 1954 )
The Flapper Dame pens a tribute to the wonderful Christmas movie, Remember The Night ( 1940 )
Stars and Letters takes a look at Barbara’s correspondence with Warner Bros.
Down These Mean Streets revisits the Film Noir classic, Double Indemnity ( 1944 )
The Wonderful World of Cinema pens a delightful tribute to Barbara Stanwyck.
Vinnie H joins us with an article on the underrated but wonderful, No Man of Her Own ( 1950 )
The Story Enthusiast pays tribute to Barbara in Lady of Burlesque ( 1943 )