Dark and dastardly evil doers are on the prowl on Day 5 of the Great Villain Blogathon, brought to you by Karen of Shadows & Satin, Kristina of Speakeasy and yours truly here at Silver Screenings. Be sure to check out today’s Diabolical Denziens, and catch us (if you can) on Twitter via #TheGreatVillainBlogathon.
The Last Drive In: James Caan vs. Olivia de Havilland in Lady in a Cage
Old Movies Nostalgia: Orson Wells as Harry Lime in The Third Man
A Shroud of Thoughts: The Evil of Victor Frankenstein in Hammer Films
Let’s Go to the Movies: The Joker from The Dark Knight
The Vintage Cameo: Bette Davis as creepy Baby Jane Hudson in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
Forgotten Films: William Zabka as the ultimate blonde baddie in three popular 80’s films
Margaret Perry: Five Disney Villainess Role Models
Classic Movie Gab: Dark Willie Stark in All The King’s Men
Silver Screenings: Angela Lansbury as Mother of the Year in The Manchurian Candidate
Stay tuned for more underhanded adventures tomorrow!
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Phew! My post for the blogathon is up ladies, Conrad Veidt in A Woman’s Face.
Wonderful! I’ll be linking to it in tonight’s recap. Looking forward to reading about the sinister Mr Veidt.
My review of Laurence Olivier in Richard III is up –
This seems like a fiendishly good event!
Excellent! Thanks, Judy! I will include this in tonight’s recap. I can only imagine how fantastic Laurence Olivier is in this role…
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Rehashing the dastardly event!!! Day 5 of The Great Villain Blogathon
OK. I literally laughed out loud wen I saw Snidely. I wan’t laughing at any of the others though. Baby Jane still creeps me out and hardly a Summer goes by without someone asking, “Heat got ya down, Blanch?”
Ha ha! Snidely is the best, isn’t he? That wicked grin and slicked-up moustache…