WHO WEARS THE PANTS…


I’m going to steal, plagarize, imitate ( yeh, that’s the ticket… ) ~ …no, better yet: PAY HOMAGE to a feature from one of my favorite bloggers’ set-pieces: FRIDAY FOTO FOLLIES. And since imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, I hope my friend approves.

What Aurora over at ONCE UPON A SCREEN does, is post a lot of photos that illustrate a theme. She does all manner of these. Click on Audrey and see what I mean.

We have seen some of the most beautiful women in classic Hollywood wearing designs fit for a Queen…gowned by Edith Head, Irene, Givenchy, Orry-Kelly, Yves St. Laurent et al. But I’m a jeans and boots girl. Casual is my speed. I think slacks are the most comfortable, freeing thing to wear. Taking a page from Once Upon A Screen, my post is self~explanatory: WHO WEARS THE PANTS. Here are some of my favorite actresses in outfits either from a movie, photo~shoot or just lounging around. Some of you might think this look is very unfeminine. But you’d be wrong.

I’ll start with the Patron Mistresses of Pants…Dietrich and Hepburn. And Garbo. Can’t forget Garbo. Comfort Queens.

  
Dietrich                                                     Hepburn


Hepburn wears this beautiful smoking jacket lounging outfit in “Woman of the Year
( 1942 ) and it’s one of my absolute favorites.

  

Androgyny, much?

   
Top hat, white tail and tails. No one wears this better. Alright…if you must count Fred Astaire.

The Great Garbo

Ninotchka” “Anna Karenina” “Queen Christina” and for me, her greatest performance… “Camille” ~ Garbo reigned supreme in classic films of the silent and talkie era. Her mystique is unique. She wore a lot of exotic styles in her films and could carry them off. Not glamorous here, but I love her casual look:


Comfort over style

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Here are some other actresses wearing the pants off…pants.


When I was a kid and watched her in tv’s “Bewitched” I probably had little idea of the fabulous career she had as a leading character actress. My favorite performances of AGNES MOOREHEAD are “Dark Passage” “Caged” and “Magnificent Obsession.” She can cut you to the bone ( “Citizen Kane” ) ~ She wasn’t afraid to be what her character needed her to be. But she also could be a friend. Doesn’t Aggie look marvelously relaxed and youthful here?

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She didn’t care for the name, but ANN SHERIDAN was the Oomph Girl and with good reason; she had it in spades. She was Warner Bros’ glamor girl, but if they gave her half a chance, she showed ’em she could act. Whether comedy or drama, Sheridan could handle both with equal aplomb. She’s pictured here with her director Vincent Sherman, who did two pictures with her: “The Unfaithful” and “Nora Prentiss.” Look at those shades and the hair…do a pair of slacks look like it deters Vinnie? He’s at her feet. 

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Here’s my petite Force of Nature…the Queen, BETTE DAVIS. She built many a soundstage at Warner Bros. from the box office success of her films. Seeing her in pants was such an unusual thing because it’s all about dresses for women back then. I like her riding outfit in “Dark Victory.” For me, that look is prognosis positive. Oooh look, Cora Witherspoon who could play to the manor born or W.C. Fields’ wife. I also like Davis’ outfit in “The Great Lie” when she was keeping Mary Astor company while waiting for “their” baby to be born.

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CAROLE LOMBARD ~ 1930’s icon. She was much more than a screwball comedienne. See her in “Vigil in the Night” “In Name Only” or “Made for Each Other.” But gosh darn it, it’s “My Man Godfrey” and “Twentieth Century” that cements her in our memory almost ninety years later. Looks like she’s talking to the great Lubitsch and comfortable doing it. Could it be… or not to be?

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CLAUDETTE COLBERT could wear the hell out of clothes with that petite little figure of hers. ( Her wedding gown in “It Happened One Night” is to die for! ) She had a great career in film ( “The Palm Beach Story” “Midnight” and “Since You Went Away“…to name a few ) but look at her here at home, chilling out…just as you’d expect from Cleopatra.

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One of my all~time favorite movie stars is DORIS DAY. I am just over the silvery moon about her. Pretty nautical here in her decidedly 1940’s stylized look. What a career she’s had ( comedy/drama/sing/dance ) working with some of the great leading men in Hollywood like Rock Hudson, Cary Grant, Clark Gable, David Niven, Jack LemmonKirk Douglas…and three guys name Jim: Garner ~ Cagney ~ Stewart. She could also wear her clothes, without them wearing her, whether she’s Calamity Jane or a suburban housewife.  She could do anything. Really. 

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There she is, A girl’s best friend. The great EVE ARDEN who comes in a movie with five minutes of screen time and out she memorably exits, screen left. Here she is in her “Stagedoor” chill. The woman can wear anything. She’s as statuesque as a super model and as sharp as a laser beam. See “Mildred Pierce” if you need proof.

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GINGER ROGERS ~ She could do comedy, drama and dance her *** off. She can put on the glam with the best of ’em ( have you seen her outfits w/dance partner Fred Astaire? ) Doesn’t she look great in these wide legged pants? I always found her to be a natural onscreen.

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HARLOW in satin…is a dream. In slacks…sort of like you and me. I mean, if you and me were glamorous movie star bombshells being relaxed. My favorite films of hers are “Bombshell” and “Libeled Lady” and of course, “Dinner At Eight.” Harlow…you were gone too soon.

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This is my favorite look of IRENE DUNNE’s. She’s on set of “A Guy Named Joe.” She had a nice slacks outfit in “The Awful Truth” too. Never over the top, her talent is always under the radar.

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JENNIFER JONES looks rather pensive. A far cry from her “Portrait of Jennie” “Duel in the Sun” “Madame Bovary” looks. People blow hot or cold over Jones, but I think she’s a fine underrated actress able to exhibit wells of emotion. Her trying to retrieve her love letters from a burning fire brings me to tears. xoxoxo these pants and boots!

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KEEPING UP WITH THE JOANS ~

   

Blonde in the 30’s, brunette in the 40’s. The great underestimated JOAN BENNETT. She can fit any place: on safari or a scarlet street or be the mother of a bride. Yes her sister Constance is known as THE fashion plate. But little sister Joan’s not bad. She’s stylish as diamonds with attitude for days. Whew!!

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She looks like she stepped out of 2018 with those shades and jumpsuit. What can I say about her. No one wore clothes like her. They say no one loved being a movie star more than JOAN CRAWFORD. Well if you’re going to be good at something…

Her career spans decades. I’m partial to her Oscar-winning role in “Mildred Pierce.” But she was good in “Rain“, “Daisy Kenyon” and with Gable. Hell, she’s a STAR!

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“THE LOOK”

You know how to whistle don’t you? LAUREN BACALL is worth whistling for. She was known as “The Look” in her modeling days, and boy she had it. She was never the frilly feminine type. Very tailored. Pants suit her, don’cha think? I like her in “Dark Passage” and “Written on the Wind.” I dunno…I kind of think she was never really given a chance to bloom as an actress. Perhaps not getting good scripts. Perhaps overshadowed by her more famous husband. Perhaps there was more to Life for her. In movies, she always seems down~to~earth, no nonsense; a little intimidating. If you approach her, you’d better bring it. 

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You can’t get more doe-like, more feminine than Loretta Young. Even in this staged photo shoot, she’s a vision. ( Pssst! See her strong performances in “The Stranger” and “Midnight Mary.” )

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For this flaming redhead, comedy or drama, gowns or slacks…LUCILLE BALL could do and wear it all with ease. Yeh, I love Lucy.

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This is MERLE OBERON playing George Sand in “A Song to Remember.” And I have to tell you, I’m floored by this costume. Isn’t it smart? Merle, a unique looking beauty, hasn’t made movies were so memorable other than the towering “Wuthering Heights.” ( I personally like her and Dana Andrews in “Night Song” ). My claim to fame is when I went to see the throngs of stars attend the premiere of “The Godfather” ( 1972 ) back in NYC, I saw Merle Oberon with Robert Wolders. Very few people were excited by seeing her. Boy, I was.

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One of my favorites…PAULETTE GODDARD walks with her beau, Charlie…swinging her shades. Looking sassy, stylish, comfortable and nonchalant. I understand her collection of jewels and paintings is unparalleled in Hollywood. Another actress with not a stellar filmography, her role in “The Women” is a standout. My friend Wendy writes a wonderful essay for my blog on Goddard I urge you to read.

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The Love Goddess is looking mighty casual here in a pair of slacks. Hell, I confess…I don’t care WHAT  RITA HAYWORTH  wears.

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MY STANY!!!!

These are my two favorite fotos of Stany. One she looks younger than one remembers her, and the other she’s so disheveled in “My Reputation” ( 1946 ), her hair and plaid jacket just kill me. 

    

But the theme is pants…

Her career is legendary. But get a load of that blouse, the belt, those leopard print shoes, her attitude. That’s BARBARA STANWYCK alright. See her hand in her pocket? Damn, she’s ready to kick ass, and she ain’t takin’ names either. Elegant.

     

Thank you all for perusing my Friday Foto Follies. I might try this again in the future with another theme I’ve gathered along my way. Once again, I tip my hat to Aurora over at Once Upon A Screen who can REALLY show that a picture is worth a thousand words. Check out her photo galleries by clicking on this photo of 40’s horror Queen, Evelyn Ankers:

…and this?  Oh…it’s just my indulgence. I’m an Evelyn Ankers fan:

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‘TILL DEATH US DO PART

Oy vey!!! He leaves the toilet seat up. She wears too much perfume. He never asks directions. She’s always late. You want his money. He wants your sister. Poison? Driven to suicide or just a bullet in the brain? Do you do it yourself? Or do you get someone to help you?  Trust is never as important as it is when murder is involved. You must kill her. You must kill him. And if you don’t do it yourself, you must trust your accomplice.  Is love a many~splendored thing?

Hell…what’s LOVE got to do with it.

I got the idea of murder listening to the episode: “WIVES IN PERIL” by the ANY LADLE’S SWEET THAT DISHES OUT SOME GRAVY podcast, hosted by two very lovely ladies: Danielle Smith and Megan McGurk. You can find them on FACEBOOK. I thought this would make a good topic bloggers could really seek their teeth into. Well they certainly did. There are many tried and true favorites here and a couple of new movies I’ve never heard of. Below is the directory of bloggers who decided to write of mayhem and murder and marriages gone wrong. Thank you for reading, and a big THANK YOU to the bloggers who make a blogathon what it is.

And now…MURDER: 

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HOT & BOTHERED: The Films of 1932

🙂 WELCOME. PREPARE TO BE HOT and BOTHERED. 🙂

Aurora and I have done our best to put you in that “pre~code” mood. And 1932 is just the year that can do it, too. 

HOT & BOTHERED BLOGATHON ~ ( Shanghai Express )  HOT & BOTHERED BLOGATHON ~ ( A Farewell to Arms )  HOT & BOTHERED BLOGATHON ~ ( Call Her Savage )  HOT & BOTHERED BLOGATHON ~ ( Sign of the Cross )

I am pleased as punch to have been co-hosting this event with one of the classic-film writers I truly admire. I’ve wanted to work with her since forever but her dance card was always full. Well now I have. Her blog, ONCE UPON A SCREEN, has been involved with such annual stalwart events as the ‘What A Character‘, ‘Hollywood’s Hispanic Heritage‘ and the ‘31 Days of Oscar‘ Blogathons. When I told Aurora I wanted to talk about films from 1932, a year we both think was pretty pivotal in the annals of pre~code, she came up with the title of my blogathon and agreed to co~host it with me. If you ever need an Ideas Maven or advice on blogathon etiquette folks, Aurora ( aka Citizen Screen) is your gal. 

HOT POSTER ( WHITE )

If you go to Fernando’s Corner here on my blog, you can read his take on three films from 1932: The Animal Kingdom” “Hot Saturday” and “Madame Butterfly.” 

I realize a blogathon is only as good as the writers who choose to join it. So below is the roster of all the bloggers who participated in our event this past weekend. I’m sending a big thank you to each and every one of them. We’ve got a wide, delectable variety of films from 1932 for you to luxuriate in…but don’t think you’ve got to rush. Take your slow, sweet time. I mean, that’s the only way to be Hot and Bothered, isn’t it.

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AMERICAN MADNESS ( SHELLY BLOG )
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BACK STREET ~ MEREDY'S PLACE
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BEAST OF THE CITY ~ CAFTAN WOMAN
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BETTY BOOP ( BLOG OF THE DARNED )
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BLONDE VENUS ( CINEMA CITIES )
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CALL HER SAVAGE ( TYPO )
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CYNARA - ( TRUDY RING ~ Guest Writer )
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DANCERS IN THE DARK ( CLASSIC REEL GIRL )
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THE DARK HORSE ( APOCALYPSE LATER )
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THE DENTIST ( MOVIE MOVIE BLOG BLOG )
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HOT & BOTHERED BLOGATHON
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FREAKS ( CRITICA RETRO )
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GRAND HOTEL ( SECOND SIGHT CINEMA )
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HORSE FEATHERS ( PILLOW SHOTS )
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I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG
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HOT & BOTHERED ( %22Island of Lost Souls%22 ~ II )
  
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LAW & ORDER ( CLASSIC FILM-FLICKERS OF )
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THE MONSTER WALKS!
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MOST DANGEROUS GAME ( WIDE SCREEN WORLD )
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MOVIE CRAZY ( POST )
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FLAPPIN'
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NO MORE ORCHIDS ( CAROLE & CO. )
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THE OLD DARK HOUSE ( SILVER SCREENINGS )
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THE PASSIONATE PLUMBER ( AN ODE TO DUST )
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RAIN ( THE OLD HOLLYWOOD GARDEN )
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RED DUST ( IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS OF CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD )
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RED-HEADED WOMAN ( THE BASEMENT TAN )
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RICH & STRANGE ( WONDERFUL WORLD of CINEMA )
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SCARFACE ( AMY'S RIB )
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SCARLET DAWN
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HOT & BOTHERED ( %22SHANGHAI EXPRESS%22 )
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SIGN OF THE CROSS ( MOVIE MANIA MADNESS )
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SINNERS IN THE SUN ( PHYLLIS LOVES CLASSIC MOVIES )
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MOLLY LOUVAIN ( SHADOWS & SATIN )
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TARZAN, THE APE MAN ~ WOLFFIAN CLASSICS
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 TAXI! ( BACK TO GOLDEN DAYS )
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THIRTEEN WOMEN ( THE STOP BUTTON )
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THREE BROADWAY GIRLS ( A CLASSIC MOVIE BLOG )
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HOT & BOTHERED ( %22Trouble in Paradise%22 )
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20,000 YEARS IN SING SING ( Speakeasy )
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TWO SECONDS ( BNOIR DETOUR )
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UNASHAMED ( NOIRISH )
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UNION DEPOT ( DREAMING IN THE BALCONY )
 

 

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SYMBIOTIC COLLABORATIONS: A RE-VISIT

CLASSIC SYMBIOTIC COLLABORATIONS: THE STAR – DIRECTOR BLOGATHON:

I hosted my first blogathon waaay back during a cold and blizzard-y New York City weekend six months ago.

As I make my way through each essay, I see that the collaborative teams chosen by these bloggers show a kind of love…or, just love actually, in the teams’ relationships. For a writer-director to have an actor corporeally embody his ( her ) words and vision is a dream. For an actor to have a character so vivid to inhabit…or the blank canvas to paint with must be wonderfully creative.

These entries have served to make me want to revisit these films or see them for the first time. And for that, I am grateful for their contributions. So here they are again. Good reading for a cold winter’s night. Good reading for a warm summer’s day. Good reading:

KRAMER - TRACY  WILDER - HOLDEN
The Basement Tan                                        Blog of the Darned

CUKOR - HEPBURN ( KEEPER of the FLAME )  WITNEY - ROGERS ( III )
B Noir Detour                                            Brian Camp’s Film & Anime Blog

BUTLER - CROSBY Collaboration  STURGES - McCREA ( II )
Caftan Woman                                            Cary Grant Won’t Eat You

CASSAVETES - ROWLANDS Collaboration  HITCHCOCK - NOTORIOUS ( I )
Christy’s Inkwells                                                       Cinema Cities

CAPRA - ARTHUR COLLABORATION  LOVE ON THE RUN ( II )
Cinema Crossroads                                           Cinema Scribblings

LUPINO and WALSH PREMINGER - TIERNEY COLLABORATION
CineMaven’s Essays from the Couch                           Crimson Kimono

GRIFFITH - GISH Collaboration  HITCHCOCK AND GRACE
Critica Retrô                                                   Defiant Success

KUROSAWA & NAKADAI ( X )
F For Films

OZU - HARA ( IIII )  KUROSAWA & MIFUNE Collaboration
Film Critique                                                       Film Vulture

KAZAN & BRANDO Collaboration LANG & SCARLET STREET
Girls Do Film                                            Laura’s Miscellaneous Musings

 KUROSAWA - TAKASHI SHIMURA  WALTERS - ESTHER WILLIAMS
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e Mot du Cinephiliaque                         Love Letters to Old Hollywood

NIVEN & POWELL:PRESSBURGER
Make Mine Criterion!

SIRK - HUDSON Collaborations  HAWKS - JOHN WAYNE
Meredy.com                                                  The Midnite Drive – In

WYLER and HEPBURN
The Motion Pictures

WALSH - CAGNEY COLLABORATION  TOD BROWNING & LON CHANEY
Movie Classics                                                  Movies Silently

DeMILLE & SWANSON ( LEGENDS ) - I  VON STERNBERG - DIETRICH
Now Voyaging                                                Old Hollywood Films

WILDER & LEMMON Collaboration  FORD - WAYNE ( %22STAGECOACH%22 ) II
Once Upon A Screen                                     Outspoken and Freckled

WOODY - POWELL : LOY  MINNELLI - GARLAND
Phyllis Loves Movies                                          Pop Culture Pundit

FORD - WAYNE  HUSTON & BOGIE
Portraits by Jenni                                           Second Sight Cinema

WOOD - LUGOSI Collaboration  KOSTER - STEWART
Serendipitous Anachronisms                                    Silver Scenes

WYLER - DAVIS ( %22THE LETTER%22 )  KARLSON - PAYNE ( %22KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL%22 )
Silver Screenings                                           Speakeasy

HAWKS & GRANT ( %22Only Angels Have Wings%22 )HOWARD HAWKS & CARY GRANT
Spontaneous Whimsy

MYRNA LOY in %22PENTHOUSE%22   SANDRICH - FRED&GINGER
The Stop Button                                         Wolffian Classic Movie Digest

LANG - BENNETT Collaboration
The Wonderful World of Cinema

 

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CLASSIC SYMBIOTIC COLLABORATIONS: The Star-Director Blogathon

BREAK OUT THE BUBBLY…or Bourbon or Glühwein or Sarsparilla even. Whatever gets you through the night. I am hosting my FIRSTEVER blogathon, and I’m drunk with happiness.

WINE CELEBRATIONHere is the “CLASSIC SYMBIOTIC COLLABORATIONS: The Star -Director Blogathon” making its debut this cold winter’s day, with  a warm and overwhelming response from the blogging community. I sincerely want to thank all of you who took the time and decided to help me launch my inaugural event with your posts. The Star – Director collaboration is the backbone of film-making. Most times it’s the studios that bring these two entities together. But I like to think that trust, mutual admiration and respect  help make these pairings a fruitful one, and one that is remembered and treasured. Everyone has their favorite teams whose works resonate with them.  

This two-day event has writers covering either:

  • an overview of the collaborative efforts of a Star and Director or
  • specific films from one of the great classic collaborative teams

Writers, thanks again for your time and contributions! 

SYMBIOTIC COLLABORATIONS ( Foursome )

Readers ( and writers ) sit back, relax and take a gander at the roster of contributions below. Click on the bloggers’ banners [ which includes my introductions to their posts ] to get you right to the heart of the matter. I am absolutely looking forward to reading each and every one of these. Hope you will too.

And please, check back here on Monday ~ January 25th to see the complete alphabetized roster of participants. #CLASSICSYMBIOTICCOLLABORATIONS will be where you can find us on Twitter. If I were you…I’d bookmark this blogathon as a reference point. Enjoy!

Please check below to see the ALPHABETIZED roster of all the participants from this weekend:

 

[  BASEMENT TAN, THE  ]TWITTER - THE BASEMENT TAN

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[  BLOG OF THE DARNED  ]TWITTER - BLOG OF THE DARNED

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[  BNOIR DETOUR  ]TWITTER - BNOIR DETOUR

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[  BRIAN CAMP’S FILM and ANIME BLOG  ]TWITTER - BRIAN CAMP'S FILM & ANIME BLOG

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[  CARY GRANT WON’T EAT YOU  ]TWITTER - CARY GRANT WON'T EAT YOU

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[  CHRISTY’S INKWELLS  ]TWITTER - CHRISTY'S INKWELLS ( II )

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[  CINEMA CROSSROADS  ]TWITTER - CINEMA CROSSROADS

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[  CINEMATIC SCRIBBLINGS ]TWITTER - CINEMATIC SCRIBBLINGS

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[  CRIMSON KIMONO  ]TWITTER - CRIMSON KIMONO

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[  CRITICA RETRÔ  ]TWITTER - CRITICA RETRO

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[  DEFIANT SUCCESS  ]TWITTER - DEFIANT SUCCESS

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[  F FOR FILMS  ]TWITTER - F FOR FILMS

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[  FILM CRITIQUE  ]TWITTER - FiLM CRITIQUE

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[  FILM VULTURE  ]TWITTER - FILM VULTURE

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[  GIRLS DO FILM  ]TWITTER - GIRLS DO FILM

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[  LAURA’s MISCELLANEOUS MUSINGS  ]TWITTER - LAURA'S MISCELLANEOUS MUSINGS

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[  LE MOT DU CINEPHILIAQUE  ]TWITTER - LE MOT DU CINEPHILIAQUE

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[  LOVE LETTERS TO OLD HOLLYWOOD  ]TWITTER - LOVE LETTERS TO OLD HOLLYWOOD

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[  MAKE MINE CRITERION!  ]TWITTER - MAKE MINE CRITERION!

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[  MEREDY.COM CLASSIC MOVIES / TV / CELEBRITIES  ]TWITTER - MEREDY.COM

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[  MIDNITE DRIVE – IN, THE  ]TWITTER - MIDNITE DRIVE-IN

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[  MOVIE CLASSICS  ]TWITTER - MOVIE CLASSICS

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[  OLD HOLLYWOOD FILMS  ]TWITTER - OLD HOLLYWOOD FILMS

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[  ONCE UPON A SCREEN…  ]TWITTER - ONCE UPON A SCREEN

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[  OUTSPOKEN AND FRECKLED  ]TWITTER - OUTSPOKEN & FRECKLED

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[  PHYLLIS  LOVES CLASSIC MOVIES  ]TWITTER - PHYLLIS LOVES CLASSIC MOVIES

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[  POP CULTURE PUNDIT  ]TWITTER - POP CULTURE PUNDIT

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[  PORTRAITS BY JENNI  ]TWITTER - PORTRAITS BY JENNI

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[  SECOND SIGHT CINEMA  ]TWITTER - SECOND SIGHT CINEMA

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[  SERENDIPITOUS ANACHRONISMS  ]TWITTER - SERENDIPITOUS ANACHRONISMS

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[  SILVER SCENES  ]TWITTER - SILVER SCENES

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[  SILVER SCREENINGS  ]TWITTER - SILVER SCREENINGS

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[  SPEAKEASY  ]TWITTER - SPEAKEASY

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[  SPONTANEOUS WHIMSY  ]TWITTER - SPONTANEOUS WHIMSY

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[  STOP BUTTON, THE  ]TWITTER - STOP BUTTON

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[  WOLFFIAN CLASSICS MOVIE DIGEST  ]TWITTER - WOLFFIAN CLASSICS MOVIES DIGEST

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