As an avid fan of Rosalind Russell, I was anxious for this blogathon to arrive. Rosalind is unfortunately extremely underrated, and does not get the recognition that she deserves. It is for this reason why I am putting her back on the radar for the next three days.
Today Rosalind would have celebrated her 112th birthday. For the occasion a prolific array of bloggers are teaming up to honor the indelible talents of this great actress, who holds a special place in my heart. A big thank you to those who have taken the time to participate. I look forward to reading your entries.
This is for you Rosalind. Happy Heavenly Birthday.
THE ROSALIND RUSSELL BLOGATHON ENTRIES
The Midnight Drive-In kicks things off with his introductory to Auntie Mame ( 1958 )
Real Weegie Midget Reviews discovers Rosalind Russell in Gypsy ( 1962 )
Pale Writer has arrived with the iconic Hildy Johnson in His Girl Friday ( 1940 )
The Stop Button joins Rosalind and crew in Picnic ( 1956 )
Portraits By Jenni brings us Roz’s delightful 1950 comedy, A Woman Of Distinction.
The Story Enthusiast reviews the 1949 film, Tell It To The Judge
Caftan Woman embarks on a journey to visit Craig’s Wife ( 1936 )
Love Letters To Old Hollywood pens a tribute to Roz and Fred in Take A Letter Darling ( 1942 )
Critica Retro visits St. Francis Academy in one of my personal favorite films, The Trouble With Angels ( 1966 )
Taking Up Room discusses the 1953 film, Never Wave At A WAC.
Poppity Talks Classic Film pays tribute to Rosalind in My Sister Eileen ( 1942 )
Screen Dreams tells us about the underrated 1938 film, Four’s A Crowd
18 Cinema Lane has fun with Rosalind in The Trouble With Angels ( 1966 )
18 Cinema Lane is back with the delightful sequel to The Trouble With Angels, Where Angels Go Trouble Follows ( 1968 )
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society has fun with Roz and Jimmy in No Time For Comedy ( 1940 )