We’re excited (and a little sad) to present today’s Big Finish for the Miriam Hopkins Blogathon. We’ve had so much fun that we’re a little sorry to see it end.

The most impressive aspects of this blogathon are the passion and admiration people have for Miriam’s work. Clearly, her films are still relevant to modern audiences.

Today’s posts are a reflection of that passion. They could almost be regarded as love letters to Miriam and the films she made.

Thanks to everyone who researched, wrote, read, and commented on posts as part of this blogathon. You’ve helped celebrate the career of a remarkable actress, and helped launch a fab new site, Font and Frock, with our friend and fellow book/movie lover, Maedez, of A Small Press Life.

Here are the final tributes:


The Movie Rat reviews two (very) different versions of Lillian Hellman’s The Children’s Hour and Miriam’s role in both: The Adapation of Miriam Hopkins.


Twenty Four Frames analyzes the film – and the controversy surrounding – the pre-code The Story of Temple Drake.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)

Second Sight Cinema discusses the role, and the film, that made Miriam Hopkins a star: Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde.


Journeys in Classic Film looks at a superbly acted and directed film, The Heiress.


Nitrate Diva examines justice and tragedy in The Story of Temple Drake.


Girls Do Film counts the ways we love Gilda (Miriam): There Never Was a Woman Like Miriam Hopkins.

Happily blogging about old movies and using the royal "We".

4 Comment on “Grand Finale: Miriam Hopkins Blogathon

  1. Pingback: The Miriam Hopkins Blogathon Was Quite the Success/Introducing Font and Frock | A Small Press Life

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