The Curtain Closes for the Angela Lansbury Blogathon…
Welcome to the final day for the blogathon on all things Angela Lansbury.
The final day has dawned with more wonderful writing on this fabulous actress.. joining the other lovely posts from the last two days. I’d like to thank you wonderful bloggers for your fabulous tributes for this fabulous actress. Angela Lansbury seems to have figured in all of our lives, as an actress on TV, Stage or the Big Screen. I’ve enjoyed reading all of your posts. I’m looking forward to entries from those of you who may be running late or who I missed getting last night due to time zones. And if this is you, I’ll still add your post and promote it, so don’t worry if this is you.
Anyway, if you just joining us, click on these days for more amazing films and bloggers. Films including The Manchurian Candidate and The Court Jester. TV including Murder She Wrote and Mrs Arris Goes To Paris.
And tune in soon for news of a blogathon running in April this year on everyone’s favourite Cockney actor. And click on the titles to go to the post…
Now on with the show….
Movie Rob adds his final entry on Please Murder Me (1956).
Le from Critica Retro tells us more about Angela Lansbury’s role in Gaslight (1944).
Silver Screen Supper enthuses about her Day as Angela Lansbury.
Vinnieh tells us about how much he adores Murder She Wrote.
Cinematic Catharsis invites us to read about The Company of Wolves (1984).
The Dream Book Blog shares her insights into The Blackwater Lightship (2004).
We go full circle with Rebecca from Taking Up Room’s views on The Manchurian Candidate (1962).
K Sturton adds his views on Something for Everyone (1971), otherwise known as Black Flowers for the Bride.
And Crystal from The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood adds her post on meeting Angela Lansbury twice;
Remember to check this post for later entries as I’ll be updating this post with posts as I get them… and tune in later this month for an announcement on my new blogathon in April.