The big day has finally arrived! 🙂 It’s time for us to all gather together to celebrate the life and career of Joseph Cotten.
I will be your hostess accepting the entries for today. The lovely Crystal will be your hostess for the next two days over at In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood.
We are both really looking forward to reading all of your reviews and articles over the next three days. Thanks again for joining us in this celebration of Joseph Cotten and his films. Check back to this post throughout today to see the entries.
Day 1 Entries
Cinematic Scribblings discusses Lo Scopone Scientifico, which is a lesser known film starring Joseph Cotten and Bette Davis.
Moon In Gemini tells us about the time that Joseph Cotten and Teresa Wright reunited on screen in The Steel Trap.
Mike’s Take On The Movies reviews Two Flags West, a film set during the American Civil War.
The Midnite Drive-In discusses Joseph’s performance in The Hearse.
Caftan Woman discusses Joseph’s performance as a man with a shady past in Walk Softly, Stranger.
Movie Rob discusses the chilling Soylent Green.
Wide Screen World watches The Farmer’s Daughter for the first time.
Popcorn and Flickers writes about Joseph’s debut performance in Too Much Johnson.
The Stop Button discusses the 1944 version of Gaslight.
Down These Mean Streets takes a trip into the shadows to review The Third Man.
Dubism discusses the sports analogies hidden in Tora!Tora!Tora!
I share my three favourite Joseph Cotten film performances.