The big event has finally arrived! Over the next two days, some truly wonderful classic film bloggers will be submitting their articles and reviews about the life and career of James Mason.
Keep checking back to this post over the next couple of days. I’ll be updating this post as the entries come in.
Message dated 06.10.2018. Hello everyone. Please forgive me for not stopping by and leaving you any comments on your sites at the moment. I am not well( a chronic health condition), and I don’t have the strength to be on here much at the moment. I promise that I’ll visit all your sites as soon as I can.
Day 2 Entries
Critica Retro tells us about the time James starred alongside Barbara Bel Geddes in Caught.
Musings Of A Classic Film Addict writes about a little known film called The Seventh Veil.
Retro Movie Buff writes about the beautiful film Pandora And The Flying Dutchman.
Diary Of A Movie Maniac discusses James’s creepy performance in the miniseries Salem’s Lot.
MovieRob tells us about the second time that James played Rommel on screen, in the film The Desert Rats.
Dubism shares his thoughts on Odd Man Out.
Poppity Talks Classic Films discusses the controversial film Lolita.
Reelweegiemidgetreviews shares her thoughts on James’s performance in Heaven Can Wait.
Day 1 Entries
Silver Screenings is the first to the party, and she shares her review of The Reckless Moment with us all.
Phyllis Loves Classic Movies tells us about the time that James starred alongside Moira Shearer in A Story Of Three Loves.
The Stop Button shares his thoughts on the James Mason film Bigger Than Life.
Caftan Woman tells us all about Five Fingers, a film inspired by real events.
The Midnite Drive -In discusses The Boys From Brazil.
Dubism shares the hidden sports analogies of A Star Is Born with us.
Palewriter2 tells us about the time James played a Highwayman in The Wicked Lady.
MovieRob takes a look at James’s portrayal of Field Marshal Rommel in The Desert Fox: The Story Of Rommel.
Wide Screen World reviews Heaven Can Wait.
Silver Scenes writes about the beautiful and haunting film Pandora And The Flying Dutchman.
I write about my three favourite James Mason film performances.