A huge thank you for the great support so far and have been humbled and excited by the fantastic response! Obviously, it’s still some time away but as far more experienced hosts know, it’s important to be organised and get ahead.
Please don’t forget to share on your own social media, as the more participants the merrier! If there is a fellow blogger you think would enjoy taking part, please let them know.
Below are the current topic choices and again a warm thanks to the participants!
Pride And Prejudice (1940) – Old Hollywood Films
A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (1945) – Maddy Loves Her Classic Films
Sherlock Holmes And The Scarlett Claw (1944) – Pale Writer
Little Women (1994) and (2019) – Pale Writer
Nickolas Nickleby (1947) – Caftan Woman
Oliver Twist (1948) –Caftan Woman
Dragonwyck (1947) – Down These Mean Streets
Crimes At The Dark House (1940) – The Old Hollywood Garden
All Quiet On The Western Front (1930) – Overture Books And Films
Lord Of The Flies (1963) – Cinematic Catharsis
The Scapegoat (1959) – Realweegiemidget Reviews
Great Expectations (1947) – The Poppity
Oliver Twist (1948) – The Poppity
Camille (1921) – His Fame Still Lives
Anna Karenina (1935) and (1948) – Robert Short
Ben Hur – Taking Up Room
The Picture Of Dorian Gray (1945) – Silver Screenings
Wuthering Heights (1939) – Silver Screen Classics
Jane Eyre (1943) – Thoughts All Sorts
Moby Dick (1956) – Dubism
The Ministry Of Fear (1944) – The Wonderful World Of Cinema
To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) – 18 Cinema Lane
War Of The Worlds – Midnite Drive-In
The House Of The Seven Gables (1940) – Films From Beyond The Time Barrier
Hans Christian Andersen (1952) – The Classic Movie Muse
The Prince And The Pauper –Backstory: New Looks At Classic Film
Wilkie Collins and his underrepresentation in classic film – Hollywood Genes
In Cold Blood – Are You Thrilled
My Cousin Rachel – Cary Grant Won’t Eat You
Some wonderful writers are taking part and I trust that you are excited as I am to see some of the great chosen topics. Please check the list carefully and hopefully it will inspire your own choices, as well as give you some ideas on what to do. (The list will be regularly updated as well).
Looking forward to hearing from you!