The Fredric March Blogathon is Here!

Ladies and gentlemen, The Fredric March Blogathon is here!

Fredric March - Wikipedia
Fredric March in The Best Years of Our Lives

To end our August celebration, #AMonthWithoutTheCode2021, we are hosting our August blogathon, The Fredric March Blogathon! There are so many amazing actors from the Golden Era of Hollywood that one can never run out of stars to claim as favorites. Each of these talented performers of yesteryear deserves a blogathon in honor of his birthday. We are providing this honor for Fredric March in honor of his 124th birthday.

Fredric March Mgm 1934 Photo Print (16 x 20) - -
Fredric March, 1934

The great thing about admiring classic actors is that they can’t disappoint you the way modern movie stars can. They can’t devastate you by dying, since they’re already dead. They can’t disgrace themselves, since you already know all the disgraceful things they did. You don’t have to watch them age poorly, since you can merely revel in the days of their youth and beauty. Best of all, you can relive their movies made decades ago as though they are new releases!

Fredric March
Fredric March as Dr. Jekyll.

Fredric March is our latest actor infatuation. Rebekah and I developed this admiration several months ago, near the end of 2020. I believe it had something to do with A Star is Born and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Although it hasn’t blossomed into the intense phase of our previous Hollywood favorites, including Jack Lemmon, Lew Ayres, Nelson Eddy, and even Claude Rains, we look forward to discovering more of this talented actor’s impressive work!

Book Review: 85 Years of the Oscar: The Official History of the Academy  Awards
Fredric March at the 1933 Academy Awards ceremony

This two-time Oscar winner would have been 124th on August 31, so we are hosting this blogathon during the last few days of August. Let’s see what our talented fellow bloggers had to say about this multi-talented actor.

The Roster

What Happens When…Death Takes a Holiday (1934) – Ari of The Classic Movie Muse


Fredric the Prefect – Rebecca Deniston of Taking Up Room

Fredric March Blogathon – Tick, Tick, Tick (1970) – Rob of MovieRob

Fredric March Blogathon – Christopher Columbus (1949) – Rob of MovieRob

Fredric March Blogathon – Middle of the Night (1959) – Rob of MovieRob

Take 3: A Star Is Born (1937) Review – Sally Silverscreen of 18 Cinema Lane

More to Come!

Actors James Cagney and Fredric March — Calisphere
Fredric March and fellow actor James Cagney read something. Future articles, perhaps?

Stay tuned for announcements of the rest of the blogathons we are hosting this year! We will publish them this week.

Have an Enlightening #AMonthWithoutTheCode2020.

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4 thoughts on “The Fredric March Blogathon is Here!

    • Dear Gill,

      Thank you so much for your concern! I was very touched when I received your message. I’ve been struggling with overscheduling, writers block, burnout, and all those other good things. The main problem has been my grandmother’s illness for the past month, which has been a great emotional strain on me recently. Just yesterday, I was planning on publishing an article, explaining the situation to my followers. As you may have guessed, we’re not hosting a September blogathon. I hope we can host one in October.

      Thank you for your support!

      Cordially Yours,

      Tiffany Brannan

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