It’s been an A-MAZ-ING first day here at the Things I Learned from the Movies blogathon. Today’s entries will make you laugh and think – and maybe cause you to look at movies a little bit differently.

Bloggers: If we missed your post today, we’ll be sure to include it in tomorrow’s recap.

In the meantime, here are some of the things we #LearnedFromMovies.


Once Upon a Screen: I Learned Perseverance from Bugs Bunny



Love Letters to Old Hollywood: To the Women of Classic Hollywood



Movie Movie Blog Blog: Everything I ever needed to know, I learned from Laurel & Hardy



Anna, Look!: 5 Life Lessons from Romance



Caftan Woman: The Domestic Arts as Practised in The Egg & I



The Marcko Guy: Two Lessons from Thank You For Smoking



Champagne for Lunch: A Lesson in Pixar



4 Star Films: What I Learned from George Bailey



Senseless Cinema: Good Advice from Horror Movie Titles



The Round Place in the Middle: Learning About Types: Janet Munro in Swiss Family Robinson



Thoughts All Sorts: Was Tun Wenn’s Brent (What to do in Case of Fire)


Pearl White in Plunder

Movies Silently: How to be a Silent Movie Heroine



Christina Wehner: How I Learned to Love the Great American Songbook



The Midnite Drive-In: Humor in a Movie Vein



Critica Retro: How to be Blasé

Join us tomorrow when the fab Kristina of Speakeasy will be hosting!

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

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