Hey, Cool Cats, today’s the last day of the Beach Party Blogathon. However, if you still plan to come to the party, Kristina from Speakeasy will be doing a final wrap-up post tomorrow and will include your post then.
In the meantime, be sure to check out these posts from today!
Bubblegum Aesthetics compares the 1991 and 2015 versions of Point Blank.
Laura’s Miscellaneous Musings watches 1963’s Beach Party for the first time.
Cinematic Frontier wades into the deep with the original blockbuster Jaws (1975)
Dell on Movies relishes in the unintentionally hilarious Creature from the Haunted Sea (1961).
The Wonderful World of Cinema explores Italian Neorealism with Stromboli (1950).
Film Grimoire tells us not to expect too much from Orca (1977).
Cinema Monolith waxes nostalgic about the California vibe with Malibu Beach (1978).
Speakeasy dreams of a tropical vacation in Elvis’ Blue Hawaii (1961).
The Filmatelist runs wild with Billy Wilder and Some Like it Hot (1959).
A Shroud of Thoughts can’t help but like Beach Blanket Bingo (1965).
A Classic Movie Blog shares the odd but musical The Beach Girls and the Monster (1965).
Portraits by Jenni examines the haunting and beautifully filmed Whale Rider (2002).
Remember: If you post later this evening, don’t fret! Kristina at Speakeasy can include your fab piece in the wrap-up post tomorrow.
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All good parties must come to an end…. Day 5 of The Beach Party Blogathon! hosted by Ruth from Silver Screenings and Kristina from Speakeasy!
SOME LIKE IT HOT is one of my favorite films. I’m a Jack Lemmon fan and he is outstanding in this film. I love it. I also like BELL BOOK AND CANDLE. Kim Novak is an interesting personality and she’s an animal lover. She took Pywacket home with her with the filming was finished. I don’t know a lot about the stars or the older films/hollywood but I’ve watched these two over and over again.
I didn’t realize Kim Novak adopted Pywacket. That’s a great story.
Yes, I agree re: Jack Lemmon in Some Like it Hot. That film never gets old, does it?