1947 Blogathon: Day 3 Recap

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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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1947 Blogathon: Day 2 Recap

It’s been another wonderful day celebrating the films of 1947, with many bloggers investigating crime and noir, while others highlight comedy and foreign cinema. Lots of memorable stories and performances to enjoy in this collection of posts:

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Now Voyaging: The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

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Vienna’s Classic Hollywood: Boomerang! 

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Fights, Tights and Movie Nights: Dick Tracy’s Dilemma

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Everything Noir: Born to Kill

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Love Letters to Old Hollywood: This Time for Keeps

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Brian Camp’s Film & Anime Blog:  Postwar Hope and Despair in One Wonderful Sunday and Violence

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The Fluff is Raging: Odd Man Out 

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Book ’em, Danno!: The October Man 

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In The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood: Dark Passage

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Twenty Four Frames: Framed

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Portraits by Jenni: They Won’t Believe Me!

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The Stop Button: Out of the Past

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Movie Classics: Angel and the Badman

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Back to Golden Days: Nightmare Alley

That’s today’s group of 1947 movies, catch up on yesterday’s posts here, and join Karen at Shadows & Satin tomorrow for more!

1947 Blogathon: Day 1 Recap

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Day 1 of the 1947 Blogathon has been absolutely marvelous, truly stupendous, positively outstanding — just downright GREAT! Today’s posts have run the gamut from the exquisite nuns of Black Narcissus to the frenetic antics of Tom and Jerry and everything in between, and we are simply tickled pink! 

So join us in taking a gander at the Day 1 offerings, won’t you?

Now Voyaging takes us inside Black Narcissus.

Silver Screenings tells us all about that man-crazy Shirley Temple in The Bachelor and The Bobby Soxer.

B Noir Detour looks at the goings-on in A Double Life.

Caftan Woman makes the introductions in Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome.

Moon in Gemini takes us inside the world of Forever Amber.

Movie Movie Blog Blog has a thing or two to say about the Three Stooges in Hold That Lion.

Defiant Success knows the ins and outs of

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