Saturday, March 23, 2019

Announcing The Jeanne Crain Blogathon!


With the demise of 20th Century Fox, I decided I wanted to do a blogathon focused on one of the studio's brightest stars. I decided to choose Jeanne Crain. She would have been turning 94 on May 25th and I also have been watching State Fair a lot lately. Plus, I am only part of one blogathon in May, so I decided to host my second one! I am actually writing about a film of hers for the William Holden blogathon in April and I thought she deserved a little love too.

The rules are as follows.

1. I am allowing one duplicate of each film. She has a pretty nice filmography and there's lots of films to choose from. I don't feel like we will have any duplicates anyway.

2. You can sign up by leaving a comment here or contacting me on twitter @gloriadehavens. Send me your blog name and a link to your blog as well.

3. Any topic about Jeanne is up for grabs. Just be respectful!

4. Once your topic gets approved please grab one of the banners below.

5. And finally, have fun! If you have never seen any of her films, now is a good time to start.





*Movies not available to write about anymore: People Will Talk and Pinky*


Overture Books and Film - State Fair (1945)

Pale Writer - People Will Talk (1951)

Musings of a Classic Film Addict - Apartment for Peggy (1948)

Poppity Talks Classic Film - The Onscreen Pairing of Jeanne Crain and Dana Andrews

The Pink Palace - Pinky (1949)

Reina M. Williams - The Model and The Marriage Broker (1951)

Deepest Dreams - People Will Talk (1951)

The Stop Button - Vicki (1953)

The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood - Pinky (1949) and Dangerous Crossing (1953)

Pop Culture Reverie - Take Care of My Little Girl (1951)

Realweegiemidget Reviews - Skyjacked (1972)

Critica Retro - Jeanne's lifelong hobby of painting

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society - Jeanne Crain's Film Fashion

The Wonderful World of Cinema - Leave Her To Heaven (1945)




14 comments:

  1. I love Jeanne Crain. I'm so glad that she is finally being honored with a blogathon. May I take "Pinky" ( 1949 ) and "Dangerous Crossing" ( 1953 P please?

    My blog is: In The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood.

    By the way, I announced another blogathon the other night too, and I'd love to invite you to join in. Here is the link.

    https://crystalkalyana.wordpress.com/2019/03/22/announcing-the-joan-bennett-blogathon/

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    1. Of course you can! And I will look into your new blogathon!

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  2. I'd like to do Take Care of My Little Girl at Pop Culture Reverie. https://popculturereverie.wordpress.com/

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  3. Of course! And thank you so much for joining!

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  4. Hi, can you add me with Skyjacked (1972). And announced two blogathons myself on Michael Caine and a joint one on Hammer and Amicus movies if you'd like to join in. from Gill at Realweegiemidget Reviews

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  5. I got you added to the list and thanks for signing up!

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  6. Hi! I love Jeanne. Could I write about her paintings and her lifelong hobby?
    Thanks!
    Le from Critica Retro (www.criticaretro.blogspot.com)

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  7. Of course you can and thanks for joining!

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  8. I write for the Pure Entertainment Preservation Society (https://pureentertainmentpreservationsociety.wordpress.com). Every Friday, I write an article about how to recreate some outfit from a classic film in my series called Film Fashion Fridays. May I write about some costume that Jeanne Crain wore as part of this blogathon? I will choose later.

    Thank you!

    Yours Hopefully,

    Tiffany Brannan

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    1. Of course you can! That is an amazing idea and I can't wait to read your post!

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  9. What?! Nobody is doing Leave Her to Heaven?! I'm surprised! I hope I'm not too lat to subcribe! If not, I'll go with that one. :)
    I'm a The Wonderful World of Cinema!
    https://thewonderfulworldofcinema.wordpress.com/

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  10. Of course you can join! And you are not too late to join, I usually let people join right up until it starts. And I am kind of shocked no one choose that either but you get it!

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