What a terrific start to the Madeleine Carroll blogathon! We have a wonderful selection of tributes for the birthday girl today.
Co-host Dorian, of Tales of the Easily Distracted, looks the Madeleine Carroll – Bob Hope partnership in My Favorite Blonde.
Once Upon a Screen pays tribute to Madeleine as the original Hitchcock blonde, in Secret Agent.
A Person in the Dark shares memories of one of Madeleine’s biggest fans, a man named John: You Stepped Out of a Dream.
Wide Screen World looks at Madeleine’s regal and dreamy-eyed performance in The Prisoner of Zenda.
Speakeasy looks at the “beautiful music” Gary Cooper and Madeleine Carroll could have made together in The General Died at Dawn.
Caftan Woman joins Madeleine Carroll and Dick Powell in the little-known musical gem On the Avenue.
Critica Retro provides some fascinating backstory to the John Ford – Madeleine Carroll film, The World Moves On.
Wolffian Classics Movies Digests praises Madeleine, who was once the highest-paid actress in the world, as The Queen of the British Cinema.
Bunnybun’s Classic Movie Blog shares memories of a childhood hero, who happens to be My Favorite Blonde.
Be sure to come back tomorrow for the Grand Birthday Finale!