The Fifth Annual Van Johnson Blogathon is here!


It's one of my favorite times of the year: my annual Van Johnson blogathon! For the next three days, a wonderful group of bloggers will be joining me to honor this delightful man and his 105th birthday.

If you're a participant, please leave me the link to your post below and I'll update the roster as quickly as I can!

Realweegiemidget Reviews | Superdome (1978)

Caftan Woman | Brigadoon (1954)

Champagne for Lunch | Confidentially Connie (1953)

Taking Up Room | Three Guys Named Mike (1953)

18 Cinema Lane | Plymouth Adventure (1952)

Silver Screenings | The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)

Crítica Retrô | In the Good Old Summertime (1949)

KN Winiarski | Easy to Wed (1946)

Love Letters to Old Hollywood | Six Underrated Van Films

Dubsism | Battleground (1949)

Whimsically Classic | Van's appearance on I Love Lucy

MovieRob | Confidentially Connie (1953)


  1. Here's my tribute to the musical side of Van Johnson.

  2. Happy Van Day!!!

    1. Thank you! And a very happy Van Day to you, too!

  3. Hi Michaela! I just published my review of 'Plymouth Adventure'! Here's the link:

  4. Hi, Michaela! Here's my post:

  5. Hi Michaela! I just uploaded an entry here:

  6. Here it is my post:

  7. Hello! Here's mind for Easy to Wed:


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