The big event has finally arrived! Over the next two days several wonderful bloggers are joining me to celebrate Ava Gardner. I decided to host this blogathon due to Ava being a great favourite of mine. The blogathon is also being held on these particular dates because the 24th of December is Ava’s birthday.
Check back to this post over the next two days to read all of the entries. I’ll update this post as often as I can do.
Day 2 Entries
Poppity writes about Ava’s 1960 film The Angel Wore Red.
Diary Of A Movie Maniac tells us all about 55 Days At Peking.
Overture Books And Film writes about another lesser known Ava film called The Great Sinner.
Pale Writer writes about a little known Ava Gardner film called Riding For Glory.
Vinnieh shares his thoughts on Pandora And The Flying Dutchman.
Critica Retro writes about the delightful film One Touch Of Venus.
Musings Of A Classic Film Addict tells us about her visit to the Ava Gardner museum.
Day 1 Entries
Silver Screenings gets the blogathon off to a terrific start, with this excellent post about Ava’s character in the film Mogambo.
Down These Mean Streets tells us about the time Ava played an unforgettable Femme Fatale in The Killers.
Caftan Woman takes a look at Ava’s 1946 Noir Whistle Stop.
Dubsism writes about the sports analogies hidden in Ava’s disaster film Earthquake.
Realweegiemidgetreviews discusses The Cassandra Crossing.
The Stop Button writes about Ava’s performance in Seven Days In May.
I talk about the romantic fantasy Pandora And The Flying Dutchman.