I was so impatient for this event to finally start! But after almost 3 months of patience, it’s finally here! The Golden Boy Blogathon: A William Holden Celebration is the occasion for us, bloggers, to honour this wonderful actor who would have been 98 on April 17, 2016. The events starts today and will take an end on Holden’s birthday.
We know that Holden was a great actor, but, somehow, he doesn’t seem to be as much celebrated as some others like James Stewart or Cary Grant. That’s why we are here today to make that change. Wherever you are, this is for YOU William!
Bloggers (those who participate), once your article is published, I invite you to submit it here in the comment section. Don’t forget to provide me the link! You can also send it to me via e-mail: email@example.com, Twitter: @Ginnie_SP or by messaging The Wonderful World of Cinema Facebook Page. I will add your entry to the roster when I’ll receive it.
Readers (and bloggers), make sure to take a look at all the wonderful entries written by more than 20 talented writers who always make me proud of being a member of the film bloggers community. I’m sure you’ll love it!
Even Bill says so:
The lovely Holdener’s entries
– CineMaven’s Essays from the Couch-William Holden
– The Cinematic Frontier – The Wild Bunch (1969)
– Thoughts All Sorts – Seeking Revenge with William Holden
– The Flapper Dame – Sabrina
– Meredy.com – Apartment for Peggy (1948)
– DavidAConrad.com – The Key (1958)
– Critica Retrô – Sunsets in Life/ Forever Female (1953)
– Flickers in Time – The Proud and Profane (1956)
– Old Hollywood Films – The Bridges at Toko-Ri
– In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood – Love Is a Many Splendored Thing (1955)
– Crimson Kimono – Our Man in the Orient, William Holden
– Cinema Cities – William Holden in Born Yesterday (1950)
– Movie Classics – Our Town (Sam Wood, 1940)
– The Wonderful World of Cinema – How William Holden Conquered Me
– Pop Culture Reverie – Texas (1941)
– Moon in Gemini – William Holden Meets Lucy Ricardo, Hilarity Ensues!
– Back to Golden Days – Stalag 17 (1953)
– L.A Explorer – Spotlight on William Holden in Union Station
– Ramblings on a Cinephile – Oldies but goldies: Sunset Blvd. (1950)
– Cinema Crossroads – The Moon is Blue (1953): The Cleanest Condemned Movie in Cinema
– A Shroud of Thoughts – William Holden in Network (1976)
– Silver Scenes – William Holden in “Dear Ruth” (1947)
– Defiant Success – The Golden Boy Blogathon
– Flickin’ Out – How William Holden Aged with Dignity Onscreen
A big thanks to all the the participants! William Holden would have been proud of us! Stay tuned as another blogathon will soon be announced ;)))