I’ve been promising details and banners for my blogathon on March 9 and 10, and I finally have both ready to share with you all!
The theme is “Gone Too Soon”-spotlighting stars who died before the age of 50.
Everyone can write up to three posts. To avoid repeated stars, as you know who you want to write about, comment below and I will add you to a list of topics on this page.
Don’t know who you want to discuss yet? That’s okay, you have until March 9! Still let me know you are interested and post one of the below banners on your page (feel free to resize banners if they are too large).
Make sure your comment includes your what blog you write for-sometimes it’s hard to keep everyone straight🙂
When it gets closer to time, I will let everyone know how we are going about posting.
Hope everyone is excited as I am!
100 Years of Movies– F.W. Murnau
A Person in the Dark– John Gilbert
And Then They Start to Sparkle– Laird Cregar
All Good Things– Natalie Wood
Blame Mame – Jayne Mansfield
Classic Movies -Robert Williams (1930s actor of Platinum Blonde)
Comet Over Hollywood-Brandon de Wilde and Virginia Weidler
Crankshafts and Curse Words– Steve McQueen
Critica Retro – Olive Thomas
Far From Camelot– Leslie Howard
Forever Classics– James Dean
Frankly, My Dear– Jean Harlow
Great Entertainment Media Archive– Billie Holliday
Hollywood Revue-Judy Holiday or Rudolph Valentino
I Shoot the Pictures– Zbigniew Cybulski
Immortal Ephemera– Dorothy Dell
In the Mood– Errol Flynn
Kitty Packard’s Pictorial– Robert Walker
Lindsay’s Movie Musings– Alan Ladd
The Most Beautiful Fraud in the World– Helen Twelvetrees
My Love for Old Hollywood– Thelma Todd
Noir and Chick Flicks– Marilyn Monroe
Old Movies Nostalgia– Tyrone Power
Portraits by Jenni– Sal Mineo
Random Ramblings– Linda Darnell
Scarlett Olive– Judy Garland
ScribeHard On Film– John Cazale
Shadows and Satin– Steve Cochran
Sittin’ on a Backyard Fence– John Garfield
They Don’t Make ’em Like They Used To– Montgomery Clift
Thrilling Days of Yesteryear– Renee Adoree
True Classics– Bobby Driscoll
Wide Screen World– Carole Lombard
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