BLOGATHON… Onto Day 2 with Richard Burton’s Blogathon, my Friends!

 

Day 2 has even more tributes to Mr Richard Burton…

 

Today we’ve more than six contributions to join the party.

 

 

Yesterday a fantastic seven members of the film blogging community added their reviews to the blogathon. Some more wonderful bloggers now join today along with a more random contribution. These posts with a few possible (fashionably) lateR arrivals as the party continues…

There is still time to join, as I will be accepting your late or new entries to the blogathon. The banners and rules for this blogathon can be read HERE and the post with all the wonderful bloggers taking part and their choices HERE.

If you just joined us in our wee celebration of Richard Burton, then check out yesterday’s terrific entries and click HERE for Day 1. For those who added their posts so far, thanks for some great reads and I hope you got your comments ok.. any problems and I can re-add them.

Here’s today’s great entries and don’t forget to look out for my Twitter updates when new posts are added…

 

Today’s posts start with Pale Writer who shares her views on The VIPs (1963) …

 

It Came From The Cave shares a TV appearance for Burton in a Here’s Lucy episode in Lucy meets the Burtons…

 

Movie Rob adds two reviews, with one on Equus (1977) and the other on My Cousin Rachel (1952).

 

Caftan Woman delivers us Richard Burton in Beckett (1964).

 

Thomas Hunter from The Anagram Hunter shares his Anagram Tribute to Burton, in his own unique contribution.

 

Taking Up Room tells us all about the biography of Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in  Furious Love and compares this to the biopic movie, Liz and Dick (2012).

 

Tales from the Freakboy Zone adds his post about Richard Burton’s narration of War of the Worlds (1975).

 

Tune in for more updates so look out for these on Twitter, and join me for the blogathons final day of posts tomorrow….

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