Friday, September 22, 2017

The Duo Double Feature Blogathon Day 1!


It's Day 1 of The Duo Double Feature Blogathon hosted by myself and The Flapper Dame! I can't wait to read all of the wonderful posts on the film pairs that only made two films together.

THE POSTS


Words Seem Out of Place discusses two completely different films that showcase duo Michelle Pfeiffer and Al Pacino.


Maddy Loves Her Classic Films and she also loves the two films starring duo William Holden and Audrey Hepburn!


Realweegiemidget Reviews explores the magical chemistry between duo Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregor.


Caftan Woman discussed the long-in-coming pairing of duo Susan Hayward and Tyrone Power.


Taking Up Room has a good time with the twinkling duo Don Ameche and Betty Grable.


Film Noir Archive brings us Noir's hottest duo, Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell.

The Flapper Dame is hosting Day 2 so head
over there to check out more great duos!
Day 3 can be found here!

20 comments:

  1. Hello Here's Renee and Ewan to join the fun from Gill at Realweegiemidget Reviews, https://weegiemidget.wordpress.com/gitterings/renee-and-ewan/

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  2. I almost let the morning get away from me! Here's Susie baby (as my dad used to call her) and Ty: http://www.caftanwoman.com/2017/09/the-due-double-feature-blogathon-susan.html

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    1. Got it! Looking forward to reading!

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  3. Thanks again for putting together this fantastic blogathon, Phyllis and Emily. I can't wait to read all of the participants' posts!

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  4. Also, just to mention, if you're at all interested in more on Michelle Pfeiffer after reading my post, feel free to poke around my site for other Pfeiffer film role posts. I've been doing a series of them recently. So far I've done seven or eight, I think, with more to come. They're all tagged with her name, or you can find them here:

    https://wordsseemoutofplace.blogspot.com/search/label/michelle%20pfeiffer

    One of them was written a month or so ago and is about her performance in Frankie and Johnny, so you may especially enjoy that one.

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    1. I've only seen her in People Like Us so I will definitely have to check out your other posts, especially the one on Frankie and Johnny. Thanks for the link!

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  5. Hi Laura! Here's mine: https://takinguproom.wordpress.com/2017/09/22/peter-lawford-and-fred-astaire/ It's still got my original topic in the URL for some reason. Oh well. Looking forward to reading everything... :-)

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    1. Sometimes blogs have a mind of their own lol. Looking forward to reading!

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  6. Great articles so far! Here's mine: http://www.filmnoirarchive.com/2017/09/22/robert-mitchum-jane-russell-film-noir-hottest-duo/

    Thanks! Danilo

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  7. My entry for the blogathon :

    https://silverscenesblog.blogspot.com/2017/09/james-macarthur-and-janet-munro-disney.html

    And I just realized now that I never wrote to tell you which duo I had selected! Well, you got a surprise entry! - Constance

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    1. It looks like a pleasant surprise! The Flapper Dame is hosting Day 2 so she will share your post on her blog :)

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  8. Can't wait to read through all of these. I've been travelling and just returned home. Here's my link for Meryl Streep and Stanley Tucci.
    http://wp.me/p8cFHd-oQ

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    1. The Flapper Dame is hosting Day 2. I've let her know your link is here :)

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  9. http://midnitedrive-in.blogspot.com/2017/09/robots-with-guts.html

    Peter Weller and Nancy Allen post. I'll link it later after you post it to your thread. Again, sorry about bailing on John Wayne and General Sterling Price.

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    1. As John Wayne always says (and I'm fond of quoting) "Never apologize son, it's a sign of weakness." ;)

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  10. My Entries:

    https://satinyourlap.wordpress.com/2017/09/22/only-angels-have-wings-1939/
    https://satinyourlap.wordpress.com/2017/09/24/the-talk-of-the-town-1942/

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    1. Putting them in today's post going up in a minute :)

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