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The Dual Roles Blogathon: Day 2 Recap

Another fascinating day here at the #DualRoles Blogathon! Who knew there were SO many interesting films with dual roles?

Christina Wehner

Another marvelous day! I wanted to thank Ruth of Silver Screenings for co-hosting this blogathon with me and making it such a success (and for making the lovely posters). And thank you, everyone, for also making it a success!
dickersonMirco-Brewed Reviews 
gives us Beach Dickerson and the Fine Art of Getting Yourself Killed, Multiple Times, in Roger Corman’s Teenage Caveman (1958).

joevsvolcanoislandCary Grant Won’t Eat You covers Meg Ryan’s three roles in Meg Ryan’s Fate Foretold in Joe Versus the Volcano.

peter-sellers-as-dr-strangeloveSilver Screenings reviews Peter Seller’s in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.

img_4919Champagne for Lunch shows how “2 Howard Keels are Better than 1” in Callaway Went Thataway. 

deadagain3Moon in Gemini covers Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh’s dual roles in Dead Again.

18453777-r_640_600-b_1_d6d6d6-f_jpg-q_x-xxyxxThe Wonderful World of Cinema writes of Genevieve Bujold in Brian De Palma’s Obsession.

boris-dual-roleMikes Take on the…

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7 thoughts on “The Dual Roles Blogathon: Day 2 Recap

  1. I’m certainly not the cinephile that most here are and am finding so many films with dual portrayals to be amazing, Ruth. Every genre of film is represented with a large number of actors playing a wide range of roles. A teenage caveman? Unbelievable.

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