Last Day of the 2015 WHAT A CHARACTER! Blogathon

The What A Character Blogathon concludes with Day 3, including posts on everyone from Louise Beavers to Eli Wallach…check it out!

Outspoken and Freckled

Elsa-Lanchester

Elsa is beside herself and so are we. It is bittersweet to see the last day arrive for our 4th annual WHAT A CHARACTER! Blogathon. We’ve come to realize you love this blogathon as much as we do. With good reason- why not celebrate those fun, quirky character actors that take those small roles and steal every scene? So here we have arrived to the third and final day to honor character actors of new and old.

Let’s kick it off with…

LOUISE BEAVERS, who according to GIRLS DO FILM, “imbued each role with subtlety and a certain dignity, forcing audiences to acknowledge her characters despite the stereotype.” A must-read on that character actor you may not know the name, but you undoubtedly know her.

MOVIE CLASSICS unravels the mystery behind the allusive “unnamed old woman” who starred on stage and over 70 films, ZEFFIE TILBURY. A fascinating…

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2 thoughts on “Last Day of the 2015 WHAT A CHARACTER! Blogathon

  1. Just adore TCM – am full-blown addict BUT the new young lady helping with the intros has been coached to swing her hands open too many times!! It’s awkward and distracting!! Much more professional to let arms relax naturally by her sides…please stop the contrived hand ballet!! Otherwise, kudos forever…

    1. Hi Jerine, like you, I am a full-blown TCM addict, but I don’t actually work for them. Thank you for stopping by…I’m hoping to be blogging more regularly soon 🙂

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