Day 3 of the Fifth Golden Boy Blogathon is here!

 

It's the final day of the Fifth Golden Boy Blogathon: A William Holden Celebration! I'll be your host for this grand finale, so participants, please comment below with your entry and I'll get it posted as soon as I can.

Check out Day 1's entries on Emily's blog, The Flapper Dame, and Day 2's entries on Virginie's, The Wonderful World of Cinema.


Critica Retro | The Turning Point (1952)


The Flapper Dame | The 7th Dawn (1964)


Love Letters to Old Hollywood | Sabrina (1954)


Diary of a Movie Maniac | The Blue Knight (1973)


The Wonderful World of Cinema | William Holden and Billy Wilder's friendship


Thank you to all of our participants! And happy birthday, Bill!

Comments

  1. Here it is my entry:
    https://criticaretro.blogspot.com/2022/04/tributo-de-sangue-1952-turning-point.html
    Greetings,
    Le

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  2. Hey, Emily published her article yesterday but it was a bit late for me. So it can be added to day 3 :) https://theflapperdamefilm.wordpress.com/2022/04/16/the-7th-dawn-19645th-golden-boy-blogathon/

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  3. Hi! Here is my review of The Blue Knight (1973, TV-Mini-Series):

    https://diaryofamoviemaniac.wordpress.com/2022/04/17/the-blue-knight-1973-tv-mini-series/

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  4. Here is mine Michaela! Sorry it took so long, it was quite a task to correct and edit all that! https://thewonderfulworldofcinema.wordpress.com/2022/04/17/william-holden-and-billy-wilder-a-frendship-behind-masterpieces/

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