The Mystery Character Blogathon is Here!

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s here!

What is here, you ask? I can’t tell you; it’s a mystery!

I won’t keep you in suspense; the big secret is that The Mystery Character Blogathon has arrived here at PEPS! We decided to host May’s blogathon during Memorial Day weekend, since the long weekend affords some people more time. The theme really has nothing to do with the holiday, but it seemed like good timing anyway!

This blogathon is about characters who are discussed but never seen. In some cases, we hear the character’s voice, as in A Letter to Three Wives (1949), which is narrated by the unseen Addie Ross. In other cases, the character dies before the movie begins but remains a prominent presence in the story, as in the case of the title character in Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca (1940).

What mystery characters did our fellow bloggers decide to feature and perhaps hypothetically reveal? Keep checking back throughout the long weekend to see (or not see)!

The Roster So Far

FILMS… Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) – Gill Jacobs of Real Weegie Midget Reviews


The Mystery Character Blogathon – Romeo + Juliet (1996) – Rob of MovieRob

Edward, My Son (1949) Free Download | Rare Movies | Cinema of the World

Edward, My Son from 1949; The Unseen Title Character – Tiffany Brannan of PEPS

Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 110: “Dr. Strangelove” – J-Dub of Dubsism


And Then There Was Agatha Christie – Rebecca Deniston of Taking Up Room

Please join our other upcoming blogathon!

A Midsummer Dream Blogathon

Follow us to bring back the Code and save the arts in America!

We are lifting our voices in classical song to help the sun rise on a new day of pure  entertainment!

Only the Code can make the sun rise on a new day of pure entertainment!

5 thoughts on “The Mystery Character Blogathon is Here!

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