Ring the Assembly Bell! The “Singing Sweethearts Blogathon” Has Arrived!

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Friends! The “Singing Sweethearts Blogathon” has finally arrived! I hope that all my participants are as excited as I am and are enjoying writing their articles about this truly honor-worthy team, Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy! I would like to thank all the people who were kind enough to sign up for my first blogathon; I really appreciate their support. I’m very excited that my blogathon has finally arrived after all our work and preparation, and I know that all my friends and participants will help to make it a big success! You can read my original blogathon announcement here. Scroll to the bottom to see an exciting announcement about a new blogathon idea!

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Now with no further ado, here is the roster so far:

sanfranciscoSan Francisco: Two Guys, A Girl, and Opera by Rebecca Deniston of Taking up Room

The Girl of the Golden West: For the Singing Sweethearts Blogathon: The Girl of the Golden West by Jenni of Portraits by Jenni

San Francisco: “San Francisco:” Refined by Fire by Tiffany Brannan of PEPS

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The Merry Widow: Singing Sweethearts Blogathon: The Merry Widow (1934) by Davide Mana for Karavansara

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New Moon: “New Moon:” The Singing Sweethearts’ Shining Star by Rebekah Brannan of PEPS

An Original Movie Idea: The Student Prince (1939) by Constance Rose Metzinger of Silver Scenes

Rose Marie: Rose Marie (1936) by Phyllis of Phyllis Loves Classic Movies

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The Singing Sweethearts: Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy: Forever They’ll Be Sweethearts by Promise E. Pope

The Phantom of the Opera: A Cynic’s Look At Phantom of the Opera (1943) by Blogferatu

Naughty Marietta: Naughty Marietta (1935) by Constance Rose Metzinger of Silver Scenes

The Girl of the Golden West: Singing Sweethearts Blogathon: Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy…Happy Valentine’s Day by Katrina Morrison of Life’s Daily Lessons

Bittersweet: Bittersweet (1940) by Christina Wehner

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Robert Z. Leonard’s Movies with the Singing Sweethearts: Three Examples of Perfect Code Films by Tiffany Brannan for PEPS

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The Girl of the Golden West: From a Grand Opera to a Grand Movie by James Brannan for PEPS

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Maytime: The Magic of The Musical with Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy by Paul Batters for Silver Screen Classics

Three Daring Daughters: Vintage Dinner and a Movie: With Moms and Daughters and Aunts, Family Style! by Katherine of In the Vintage Kitchen

Old Hollywood Top Five: Nelson Eddy-Jeanette MacDonald Musical Numbers by Amanda Garrett of Old Hollywood Films

Keep checking the roster to see the latest articles as we add them during the next few days! Thank you for reading!

Extra! We are thinking about hosting another blogathon around June 13, the Perfect Code Film Blogathon, and Crystal Kalyana of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood has graciously agreed to co-host it with us. This blogathon would be all about movies that were made even better by the Code. I described why San Francisco is a perfect Code film in my article for this blogathon, and I wrote an article describing how the three movies with the Singing Sweethearts that Robert Z. Leonard directed are perfect Code films. If you are interested in writing about a movie made between 1934 and 1954 that followed the Code and profited by it, leave a comment! If I get enough positive response, I’ll issue an official announcement! –Tiffany Brannan

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21 thoughts on “Ring the Assembly Bell! The “Singing Sweethearts Blogathon” Has Arrived!

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    • Dear Phyllis,

      I just added you to the roster. I’m sorry for the delay, but I was busy when you first sent your article, and then my computer was being difficult.

      I haven’t read your article yet, but I will read it as soon as I can!

      Thank you very, very much for your participation!

      Joyfully,

      Rebekah Brannan

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    • Dear Phyllis,

      I just read your article and found it very enjoyable. In the quote from the “New York Times,” I found the comment about “finding that she and Mr. Eddy sing together quite well” very amusing.

      Thanks again for contributing to my blogathon. I appreciate it more than I can say.

      Please let me know if you host a blogathon anytime in the near future.

      Joyfully,

      Rebekah Brannan

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    • Dear Constance,

      Thank you so much! I’m very glad you were able to write about “The Student Prince.” Thank you very much for using the right banner. Obviously you read the directions carefully.

      I just glanced at your article just now, but I’ll be sure to read it thoroughly later. I will also be sure to attach it to the roster right away!

      Thanks again!

      Joyfully,

      Rebekah Brannan

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