Let’s celebrate 70 years of Joan Collins in the movies and on TV…
Join this blogathon on the British actress famous for her roles in every genre, and known by every Dynasty.
Joan Collins – Top 26 Highest Rated Movies, Top 10 Charts
Since announcing my Home Sweet Home blogathon (with the always lovely Taking Up Room) I’ve been mulling over big name actresses that I could tribute in 2021. I whittled a very long list down to four outstanding actresses, Karen Black, Helen Mirren and Joan Collins… or Lee Grant (again).
Then I felt it could only be one, the lovely actress Joan Collins. I’ve been a fan of her work be it films or books since I was a teen and she joined the Dynasty cast, and I read (at sobbed at) her autobiographical book Katy: A Fight For Life. I’ve never been disappointed in a film or TV Show this English actress has appeared in and she’s always been a joy to watch in her movies and TV appearances from every decade.
To my amazement and joy, she has been a devoted follower of this blog since way back… Admittedly when she first followed me I thought this was the biggest and best of Darlin Husband’s wind-ups, since the name Andrew McCarthy showed up on my Bluetooth and I hunted a train carriage looking for him.
Anyway, I’d love you to help me tribute to this actress who is celebrating a massive seventy years on screen this year in my March blogathon. The blogathon will be from the 8th to the 10th of March 2021. Joan has starred in just about every genre at least once meaning there is a topic out there for everyone. So I’m hoping you’ll join this no matter what your blog focus is, be it classic movies or TV Mini Series.
She’s been on-screen in horrors such as The Devil Within Her (1978) and comedies such as The Time of Their Lives (2017). On the wee screen, she’s done TV Movies – such as The Cartier Affair (1984) and she’s been a guest star on Star Trek (1967). She starred in her greatest role to date as Alexis Carrington Colby (etc) in Dynasty (1981-89). She’s also done some fantastic adverts too, particularly those with Leonard Rossiter (as seen HERE).
I’m reviewing her appearance in Quest for Love (1971).
A who’s reviewing what list can be found HERE with a list of reviewers and their choices for the blogathon.
- You can review ANY films, TV Movies or TV series or any of her books or books written about her. You can also write about her adverts or theatre performances.
- I am allowing only 2 duplicates as this topic is pretty huge. You can however write about those review topics previously mentioned, but only if they are in a list or retrospective review.
- Review choices can be added as a comment on this page or you can contact me on my Contact Me page – please add the name of your blog.
- I won’t accept posts that are uncomplimentary or disrespectful.
- You can only submit two posts for the blogathon.
- Add your Twitter username so we can promote your post.
- A full list of blogs and review choices will be posted on a separate page and updated regularly.
- Only original and never before published posts will be accepted.
- Send your link to your post link on the days of the blogathon.
- I am not accepting derogatory posts, and if you do write about her life off-screen please write about it in a complementary way.
Please add one of the blogathon’s banners below to your blog and final post…
Looking forward to hearing from you and hope you can join me in celebrating the life and times of this inspiring lady and actress.