The Fifth Broadway Bound Blogathon Has Arrived

Friends, here we are for our fifth trip down the Great White Way, and I have mixed feelings because we missed the Tonys this year. Yeah. I've been laboring under the impression that the Tonys were going to stay in September for the time being, but in March the Broadway League and the American Theater … Continue reading The Fifth Broadway Bound Blogathon Has Arrived

Broadway Bound 2021: Afterparty

We have come to the end of the blogathon, people. Hope everyone's had a great weekend! It seems cheesy to say, but I know I have. I've read some of your entries and I'm looking forward to working my way through the rest. Speaking of which, the party is still going on, so if anyone … Continue reading Broadway Bound 2021: Afterparty

Broadway Bound 2021: Day Three

Hi, all, we're back for Day Three. How is everyone doing? And who's ready for another round of impressive entries from our intrepid bloggers? Of course, if anyone is just joining us, here are Days One and Two. And now for Day Three... MovieRob brings us his third and final review of the blogathon with 1975's The … Continue reading Broadway Bound 2021: Day Three

Broadway Bound 2021: Day Two

Hi, all! Hope you enjoyed our first day on the red carpet, and welcome to Day Two of our Tony Award extravaganza. If you're just joining us, here are Day One's entries. On to Day Two and more posts from our lovely bloggers: Silver Screenings has a look at the wonderful film, The Heiress, starring Olivia de … Continue reading Broadway Bound 2021: Day Two

The Fourth Broadway Bound Blogathon Has Arrived

It's here, y'all! We're back on Broadway. Let's raise this roof! Oh, wait, we're also on the red carpet this year. Guess any roof-raising will have to be sedate. Wouldn't want to see all that borrowed bling go flying into the stratosphere, ya know? 😉 All right, without further ado, let's talk about some Tony … Continue reading The Fourth Broadway Bound Blogathon Has Arrived

Broadway Bound 2020: Curtain Call

So. It's been quite a weekend, guys. Other than the current stuff we've all been going through and which I'm not going to elaborate on, the wind knocked out my wifi on Friday afternoon. Then we got the wifi back only to have the wind knock the power out on Saturday. Fortunately these were only … Continue reading Broadway Bound 2020: Curtain Call

Broadway Plays the Ponies

The Broadway Melody of 1936 made a star out of Eleanor Powell, and in 1937 she was at it again with The Broadway Melody of 1938, which, unfortunately, was a flaccid follow-up to its predecessor. This time Powell is the daughter of a horse rancher who wants to break into show business, and once again Robert … Continue reading Broadway Plays the Ponies

Broadway Bound 2020: Day Three

Day Three is upon us--can you believe it? Days One and Two can be found here if anyone has missed them. All right, time for today's entries... MovieRob kicks things off with a Broadway triple-header: Hair, The Browning Version, and Jesus Christ, Superstar. The Midnite Drive-In has a review of the Shoah drama, Bent. Vitaphone Dreamer gets that … Continue reading Broadway Bound 2020: Day Three

Broadway Bound 2020: Day Two

Day Two, everyone. We had a great time yesterday (find Day One's posts here), and now we've got more to come. So, here we go... 18 Cinema Lane starts us off with the famous tale of romance-by-proxy, Cyrano de Bergerac. Crítica Retrô goes full Capra with a review of the much-loved You Can't Take It With You. Dubsism gets … Continue reading Broadway Bound 2020: Day Two

Broadway Bound 2020: Day One

We have arrived on Broadway, people. Are you ready for this? I don't know about anyone else, but celebrating the Great White Way feels like finding an oasis in the middle of a desert of chaos. Not to be dramatic or anything, but current events are really sucky right now. And that's as far as … Continue reading Broadway Bound 2020: Day One

Broadway Bound 2019: Day Three

We've come to the third and final day of our blogathon, and there's more wonderfulness in store. The lights have flickered, signaling the end of Intermission, and now the curtain rises on Act Three... Love Letters To Old Hollywood's mini Marilyn tribute comes to a close with a look at the underrated 1960 gem, Let's Make Love. … Continue reading Broadway Bound 2019: Day Three

The Second Annual Broadway Bound Blogathon Is One Month Away

It's one month until curtain, and no doubt our participants are zealously rehearsing their parts in the Second Annual Broadway Bound Blogathon. Scripts memorized. Stages blocked. Kicklines formed, for those who are into that sort of thing. It's all coming together. I'm so glad to see people are enthusiastic about the blogging world's return engagement … Continue reading The Second Annual Broadway Bound Blogathon Is One Month Away

Broadway Bound Blogathon: Curtain Call

First things first, we have a few more arriving at the party… Michaela at Love Letters To Old Hollywood gives us her third and final post with the history of Gigi. Catherine at Thoughts All Sorts has some thoughts on Seven Brides For Seven Brothers. Tiffany from Pure Entertainment Preservation Society brings us her review of the 1941 classic, Babes On Broadway. And in […]

Broadway Bound Blogathon: Day Three

We have come to Day Three of our Broadway Bound Blogathon, and more great entries are ahead (See Day Two here). As usual, I will post new arrivals throughout the day. So let's get right to them... Amanda from Old Hollywood Films leads with a look at the history of The King and I. Who knew this classic got … Continue reading Broadway Bound Blogathon: Day Three

Broadway Bound Blogathon: Day Two

Day Two, guys and gals! We've been having a great time so far on Broadway (Read Day One's entries here), and I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm excited to see what our participants have in store for us today. And unlike yesterday, you now have my undivided attention. 😉 So, without … Continue reading Broadway Bound Blogathon: Day Two

Three Ziegfeld Girls

While The Great Ziegfeld is a terrific movie, only a small percentage of it focused on the actual making of the Follies. We barely even got to see those famed stairs. Like Broadway, the Follies are a big subject, and in 1941, MGM revisited them in Ziegfeld Girl. Starring James Stewart, Judy Garland, Lana Turner, and Hedy Lamarr, … Continue reading Three Ziegfeld Girls