Tuesday, 13 September 2016

The Margaret Lockwood Centennial Blogathon!

In honour of the 100th anniversary of legendary British actress Margaret Lockwood's birth this Thursday, I am hosting the Margaret Lockwood Centennial Blogathon for the next three days (September 13 to September 15). For those participating in the blogathon, simply let me know in a comment here, a message on Twitter, or an email and I will add it to the list. And please remember to link to this page using one of the images from the introductory post! I want to thank everyone who is participating!

Anyhow, without further ado, here are the posts:

Caftan Woman: "Margaret Lockwood Centennial Blogathon: The Stars Look Down (1940)"

Crítica Retrô: "Give Us the Moon (1944)"

The Stop Button: "Give Us the Moon (1944)"

"I Say Old Man"-Charters and Caldicott: "Night Train To Munich - part of the Margaret Lockwood Centennial year"

Once Upon a Screen: "THE LADY VANISHES (1938) for Margaret Lockwood’s Centenary"

Realweegiemidget Reviews Movies, TV, Books and more: Reviewing The Slipper and the Rose : The Story of Cinderella (1976)

Old Hollywood Films: "Bedelia"

The Wonderful World of Cinema: "Margaret Lockwood Centennial: Tribute to a most Extraordinary British Star"  

A Shroud of Thoughts: "The Centenary of Margaret Lockwood's Birth"
Cinema Cities: "Taking the Train with Margaret Lockwood: The Lady Vanishes and Night Train to Munich

The Owl Wagon: "Love Story (AKA A Lady Surrenders)"  


Virginie Pronovost said...

Here is my article Terence. Thanks so much for hosting! :D

Keisha said...

Here's my post on The Lady Vanishes and Night Train to Munich:

Thank you for hosting this lovely blogathon! :)

Tild Dallelie said...

Better late than never....

Here's my post on Love Story, aka A Lady Surrenders.


Thank you so much for hosting this, Terry. What a wonderful event.

Tild Dallelie said...

Oops, I think I left the wrong url in the previous comment.

This should be the correct link:


Thanks again, Terry

Terence Towles Canote said...

I got it added, Tild! Thanks for contributing to the blogathon!