I can’t believe that today marks the arrival of the fifth edition of the Barrymore Trilogy Blogathon, an event that was first conceived in August 2015 to commemorate the birth of Ethel Barrymore.
As an ardent supporter of the Barrymore siblings, I was the instrumental force behind bringing the famed theatrical family to the blogging world. This year I am joined by the lovely Gabriela, the author of Pale Writer, who gracefully offered her services as co-host.
Before we proceed with the entries, I would like to kindly ask all bloggers to send their contributions to Gabriela or me. Thank you. Let’s get the Barrymore party rolling.
THE FIFTH ANNUAL BARRYMORE TRILOGY BLOGATHON ENTRIES
Love Letters To Old Hollywood – The Spiral Staircase ( 1946 )
Realweegie Midget Reviews – The Paradine Case ( 1947 )
Pale Writer – Sweet Prince: A Tribute To John Barrymore
Caftan Woman – On Borrowed Time ( 1939 )
Critica Retro – Broken Lullaby ( 1932 )
Thoughts From The Musical Man – You Can’t Take It With You ( 1938 )
Poppity Talks Classic Film – A Family Affair ( 1937 )
The Stop Button – Twentieth Century ( 1934 )
Taking Up Room – David Copperfield ( 1935 )
Stars and Letters – Don’t worry, everything will be Jake.
Movies Meet Their Match – That Midnight Kiss ( 1949 )
12 thoughts on “THE FIFTH ANNUAL BARRYMORE TRILOGY BLOGATHON HAS ARRIVED”
A gem with Lionel: https://www.caftanwoman.com/2019/08/the-fifth-annual-barrymore-trilogy.html
– Caftan Woman
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Thanks for being a great co-host.
Here it is the brilliant The Broken Lullaby:
Here’s my thoughts on the classic “You Can’t Take It With You!”
Hello Crystal! Here is my entry for this wonderful event! 😀
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Here is my article of contribution on “Grand Hotel:” https://pureentertainmentpreservationsociety.wordpress.com/2019/08/15/breening-thursday-35-grand-hotel-from-1932-breening-the-barrymore-brothers/. I’m sorry that it is so late. My birthday was on Monday, and we had a big party on Sunday, so I was very busy with that. I hope you will still include it!