Many Thanks to the Participants of the 120 “Screwball” Years of Jean Arthur Blogathon!

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!

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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 WorldA Lady Takes a Chance

Poppity Talks Classic FilmsJean Arthur in on the level in ‘Public Hero #1’ (1935)

Caftan WomanIf You Could Only Cook, 1935

Top 10 Film ListsJean Arthur in A Foreign Affair

Taking Up RoomJean’s Breakthrough

4 Stars Films You Can’t Take It With You (1938): Quality Capra

The Flapper DameWhat I Love About Jean Arthur

A Shroud of ThoughtsThe More, the Merrier (1943)

Moon in Gemini Shane

Crítica Retrô The Whole Town’s Taling (1935)

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society100 New Code Films – #81. “The Devil and Miss Jones” from 1941; Jean is an Angel

Old Hollywood FilmsThree Reasons: The Whole Town’s Talking (1935)

The Wonderful World of CinemaJean Arthur: Loving Portrait of a Unique Performer

Box Office Poison Easy Living

The Midnite Drive-InRomance in the Ranchos: A Lady Takes a Chance

Whimsically ClassicThe Devil and Miss Jones (1941)

Musings of a Classic Film Addict History Is Made at Night (1937)

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Once again, thanks to all of you who have helped me making to event possible!

Long life to Jean Arthur’s memory!

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