BLOGATHON… A Final Fortray into Richard Burton’s Film Career

 

So those time zones reared their evil head…

 

But on the bright side you’ve an encore from Richard Burton.

 

 

A few more wonderful contributions the Regaling About Richard Burton blogathon added in Finland’s wee small hours and throughout today. I thought it fitting after all as its not your fault if it’s x time there and y time here. I’m sharing these lateR posts, in a post of their own… with this the post I’ll add to and re-promote as required.

 

So fittingly as Richard Burton takes front stage again, we’ve a review of his theatre performance in Hamlet (1964) by Hamlette’s Soliloquy...

 

Le from Critica Retro adds her post telling her thoughts on Beckett (1964)…

 

Poppity shares her unique take on My Cousin Rachel (1952)…

 

Cinematic Catharsis adds his view on Burton’s last performance in Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984).

 

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies tells us more on Sea Wife (1957).

 

and the party continues with The Flapper Dame who adds her post on Night of the Iguana (1964).

5 thoughts on “BLOGATHON… A Final Fortray into Richard Burton’s Film Career

  1. Thanks so much for squeezing me in at the very last minute, Gill! I usually tend to run a bit late, but this was late even by my standards. Congratulations on another stellar blogathon! I look forward to catching up with the posts.

  2. Hey, Gill! I’m sorry I wasn’t able to participate. Between my school work and preparing for Christmas, I had 0 times to squeeze my review in 😦 I hope you can forgive me!

    Best regards,

    Alex

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