Sinatra Centennial Blogathon Day 4

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That’s all there is, folks! Hope everyone had fun celebrating Frank’s official centennial yesterday, and catching up on all the great posts we’ve had throughout this blogathon. Thanks so much to everyone who posted, commented, read, or retweeted—Judy and I were so pleased with the wonderful turn-out and such interesting, heartfelt posts.

Here are the links to today’s batch—if any more come in the next few days, I’ll be happy to add them here too.

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Moon in Gemini rings in the final day of the blogathon with a discussion of Sinatra’s first dramatic role in The Miracle of the Bells

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Phyllis Loves Classic Movies takes a look at both sides of the relationship between Sinatra and Lauren Bacall

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Stars and Letters shares A Letter from Frank Sinatra revealing his passion for… Crossword puzzles?!

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Brian Camp’s Film and Anime Blog goes deep on the Frank Sinatra Centennial with coverage on may of the highlights (and lowlights) of his film career…

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Wonders in the Dark has said the secret password, which you means you simply must read this review of The Manchurian Candidate

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Hometowns to Hollywood discusses Frank Sinatra’s Hometown of Hoboken, New Jersey, and recaps a Sinatra tribute event in her own town…

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My co-host Movie Classics strikes again with a review on the little seen but well-loved Meet Danny Wilson

Cinema Sentries offers some meta-Sinatra commentary on the documentary, Sinatra: All or Nothing At All

And if you missed any of the days, be sure to check out all the great entries in the masterpost.

Thanks to all, and Happy Sinatra Centennial!

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5 Responses

  1. Judy
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    Thanks so much for doing this! I did a second piece, https://movieclassics.wordpress.com/2015/12/12/meet-danny-wilson-joseph-pevney-1951/, so maybe you could add that in when you get a chance. :)

    • Emily
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      Oops, of course!!

      • Judy
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        Thanks, that’s great!

  2. Silver Screenings
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    This has been a wonderful event. Thanks for co-hosting!

  3. crimsonkay
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    “A Swingin’ Affair” as Frank would say. Thanks, again to you and Judy. Happy to see that so many of his LA haunts are still around. I shared the post with the Mid Century Modern and Historical Los Angeles in the 60s 70s and 60s Facebook group.

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