#ReelInfatuation Blogathon: Day 1

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Whee! We’re off to a fabulous start here at the Reel Infatuation Blogathon.

This blogathon is the brainchild of Font and Frock. Click HERE to read her Reel Infatuation Origin Story. (Click HERE for the original announcement.)

Bloggers: If we missed your post this evening, never fear! We’ll include you in tomorrow night’s recap.

Want to join the fun? Come on over! Just leave a message in the Comments below.

If you’re on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or other social media, be sure to use the #ReelInfatuation hashtag.

In the meantime, enjoy today’s entries!


CineMaven “jumps the gender fence” with Jennifer Jones’ performance in Love Letters (1945).


Thoughts All Sorts gushes over Christian Slater in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) and Mobsters (1991).


Blogferatu argues Carolyn Jones is the best Morticia Addams ever in The Addams Family (1964-66).


Meredy.com gets cookin’ with Joe Devereaux (Robert Wagner) in Broken Lance (1954).

Tom Cruise

Film Music Central dreams about Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt in the Mission: Impossible film series.


Phantom Empires waxes poetic about Edit Hunter (Deborah Kerr) in The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943).


Reelweegiemidget Reviews defends that ol’ charmer, J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) from Dallas (1978-1991).


Define Dancing is in awe (and a little fearful) of the enjoyably bad Lee Marvin in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962).


Pfeiffer Films and Meg Movies reminisces about falling in love with Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman in Batman Returns (1992).


B Noir Detour wonders about a happy ending for Rita Hayworth in Gilda (1946).

Join us tomorrow for more Reel Infatuation!



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