1947 Blogathon Wrap-up

The 1947 blogathon has come and gone, but the great posts celebrating the movies of that year are here for your enjoyment anytime.

Before we go, we’d like to include these entries,

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Another Old Movie Blog: Deep Valley

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Outspoken & Freckled: Gentleman’s Agreement

Thanks so much to all the wonderful bloggers who contributed and made this a fun and educational tour of 1947 in film, with posts on every genre and plenty of behind the scenes detail and deep analysis. All the reading can be found in these roundups, so please click through, visit the blogs and prepare to add some new movies to your “to watch” list. Thanks everybody!

Day 1 Recap

Day 2 Recap

Day 3 Recap

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1947 Blogathon: Day 3 Recap

Originally posted on shadowsandsatin:

TomIt was delightful! It was delicious! It was delovely!

It was Day 3 of the 1947 Blogathon!

The third and final day of this fabulous event was jam-packed with scrumptious posts from a variety of talented bloggers – so grab yourself a snack, settle back, and enjoy today’s awesome offerings!

The Cinematic Frontier knows all about The Lady from Shanghai.

The Motion Pictures tells us what Bogie’s up to in Dark Passage.

Sister Celluloid gives us the low-down on The Man I Love.

Movies Silently accessorizes with Golden Earrings.

The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood knows that you should never Cry Wolf.

Critica Retro takes the Road to Rio.

Seven Doors of Cinema shares the magic of The Ghost and Mrs. Muir.

Girls Do Film solves the riddle of The Lady from Shanghai.

A Shroud of Thoughts takes a peek inside Jassy.

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