It’s been a pleasure for me to celebrate, in the last few days, the wonderful actress that Jean Arthur was by hosting the 120 “Screwball” Years of Jean Arthur Blogathon! I loved reading all the entries, which showed a great variety in style and gave us many reasons to admire Jean, obvious and less suspected ones.
Of course, I want to thank all the participants who have collaborated to the event. Without you, it wouldn’t have been possible!
In case you might have missed some of the entries, here they are once again. Go check them out (bloggers love to be read 😉 )
KN Winiarski Writes – Too Many Husbands
Love Letters to Old Hollywood – “Goodnight, Mister… Darling”: Jean Arthur and Joel McCrea’s Perfect Love Scene
Wide Screen World – A Lady Takes a Chance
Poppity Talks Classic Films – Jean Arthur in on the level in ‘Public Hero #1’ (1935)
Caftan Woman – If You Could Only Cook, 1935
Top 10 Film Lists – Jean Arthur in A Foreign Affair
Taking Up Room – Jean’s Breakthrough
4 Stars Films – You Can’t Take It With You (1938): Quality Capra
The Flapper Dame – What I Love About Jean Arthur
A Shroud of Thoughts – The More, the Merrier (1943)
Moon in Gemini – Shane
Crítica Retrô – The Whole Town’s Taling (1935)
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society – 100 New Code Films – #81. “The Devil and Miss Jones” from 1941; Jean is an Angel
Old Hollywood Films – Three Reasons: The Whole Town’s Talking (1935)
The Wonderful World of Cinema – Jean Arthur: Loving Portrait of a Unique Performer
Box Office Poison – Easy Living
The Midnite Drive-In – Romance in the Ranchos: A Lady Takes a Chance
Whimsically Classic – The Devil and Miss Jones (1941)
Musings of a Classic Film Addict – History Is Made at Night (1937)
Once again, thanks to all of you who have helped me making to event possible!
Long life to Jean Arthur’s memory!